A new summer concert venue is opening up in the hispter-mecca of Billyburgh - McCarren Park Pool. The line-up is pretty damn solid so far check it out....
7/29 - Bloc Party, Secret Machines, Mew
7/30 - Of Montreal (Free Show)
8/11 - Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sonic Youth, Blood on the Wall
8/12 - Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sonic Youth, Awesome Color
8/13 - Deerhoof (Free Show)
8/17 - Iron & Wine
8/24 - Neko Case, Joanna Newsom, Martha Wainwright
Head here for ticket on-sale info.
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
A new summer concert venue is opening up in the hispter-mecca of Billyburgh - McCarren Park Pool. The line-up is pretty damn solid so far check it out....
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:51 PM
Heading to Irving Plaza tonight to catch Mike Gordon's new country/honky-tonk band Ramble Dove. Cactus has posted a couple tracks on his website for download - Semi Truck and OOH Las Vegas. Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opens the show - interested in catching their set, heard good things. Plus she looks pretty damn sexy too....
Here's some Ramble Dove for ya....
Mike Gordon and Ramble Dove - 2006-03-28 - Radio Bean - Honky Tonk Tuesday: Tribute To Buck Owens
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 4:21 PM
Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Head on over to Live Music Blog and Brooklyn Vegan for some pictures and reviews of Summer Camp and Sasquatch Festival respectively.
Here's some music from Summer Camp....
Split Squad - 2006-05-29 - Summer Camp - Late Nite Barn - Chillicothe, IL
moe. - 2006-05-28 - Summer Camp - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Tea Leaf Green - 2006-05-27 - Summer Camp - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
moe. - 2006-05-27 - Summer Camp - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Pnuma Trio - 2006-05-26 - Sunshine Stage - Summer Camp - Chillicothe, IL
Zilla - 2006-05-26 - Summer Camp - Three Sisters Park - Sunshine Stage - Chillicothe, IL
Pangaea (Chris Berry featuring Michael Kang) - 2006-05-26 - Summer Camp - Three Sisters Park - Sunshine Stage - Chillicothe, IL
moe. - 2006-05-26 - SummerCamp - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Raq - 2006-05-26 - Summer Camp - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 11:36 PM
Monday, May 29, 2006
Friday, May 26, 2006
As Ace Cowboy got to see some history last weekend, I got to see some myself tonight. I've been at Yankee Stadium for some great moments. I've seen them win the pennant twice, been to three World Series games - including seeing November baseball and two walk-off home runs. Also had the pleasure of being on hand for Roger Clemens 300th win and 4,000th strikeout - which both occurred in the same game. Well tonight I got to see one Derek Sanderson Jeter get his 2,000 hit as a Yankee. Ok it was a barely a hit, more like a little roller that maybe went about ten feat but he redeemed himself later in the game with a solid base hit up the middle for 2001 (which they played over the loud speaker after it happened). Nothing like seeing a great player get reach a milestone achievement - hopefully I'll get to be on hand for 3,000 (which would make him the first Yankee to achieve that).
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 11:30 PM
Thursday, May 25, 2006
The U.S. leg of Eric Clapton's world tour has been announced. Slowhand who's playing with Derek Trucks - how can you not want to see that - will be hitting the states starting on September 16th. Read about it here. No on-sale dates have been announced yet. They'll be hitting MSG on September 28th and 29th - will definitely be at one of those shows. Here are the dates so far...
9/16 - Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, MN
9/18 - Savvis Center - St. Louis, MO
9/20 - United Center - Chicago, IL
9/21 - Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, MI
9/23 - Palace of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hill, MI
9/24 - Air Canada Centre - Toronto, ON
9/26 - Scotiabank Place - Ottawa, ON
9/28 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
9/29 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
10/03 - TD Banknorth Garden - Boston, MA
10/06 - Mohegan Sun Casino - Uncasville, CT
10/07 - Mohegan Sun Casino - Uncasville, CT
10/09 - Wachovia Center - Philadelphia, PA
10/10 - Verizon Center - Washington, DC
10/12 - John Paul Jones Arena - Charlottesville, VA
10/14 - Arena @ Gwinnett Center - Duluth, GA
10/15 - RBC Center - Raleigh, GA
10/17 - Charlotte Bobcats Arena - Charlotte, NC
10/18 - Birm. Jefferson Arena - Birmingham, AL
10/20 - TD Waterhouse Centre - Orlando, FL
10/21 - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena - Jacksonville, FL
10/23 - American Airlines Arena - Miami, FL
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 1:41 PM
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
If you're heading down to the 'Roo you can start planning your days now that the official set times haves been announced. The fine folks at Jambase are offering up a printable version (sort of like NCAA brackets for the festival) and a way to customize your schedule so you don't miss anything - you'll need to logon to Jambase for that. Nice work fellas! There's 11 stages, tents, cafes and lounges full of stuff to see - damn that's a lot of music.
Here's a link to Archive.org's list of Bonnaroo shows.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:09 PM
Today marks the 65th birthday of one Robert Zimmerman. WFUV here in New York has been honoring him all day with "The Essential Bob Dylan" - they've been counting down listeners favorite Dylan tunes and playing tons of other artists covering him. Definitely check it out, it's be quite entertaining.
Here's their list of their Top 15 essential Dylan songs....
15. Masters of War
14. Don't Think Twice It's Alright
13. Positively 4th Street
12. Forever Young
11. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
10. Hard Rain'a A-Gonna Fall
9. Simple Twist of Fate
8. Mr Tambourine Man
7. Shelter From The Storm
6. Idiot Wind
5. Blowin' In The Wind
4. Visions of Johanna
3. Desolation Row
2. Tangled Up In Blue
1. Like A Rolling Stone
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 4:56 PM
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Monday, May 22, 2006
Ok I haven't actually been there yet, but the new Apple Store on 5th Avenue - looks pretty damn cool though. Check out these pics, the store is located underground and it's open 24/7/365 - so if your Ipod isn't working at 3 A.M. you know where to take it....
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:46 PM
I finally got a free cd from having a blog (hint, hint to everyone reading this) so figured I'd give a plug to the band that sent it to me. The band is Bump and they're new cd is called Incredible Consequence. Here's a quick bio on the band from their MySpace page....
Growing up in the outskirts of the Motor City, it has become Bump's mission to resurrect the sounds that made Detroit a musical Mecca. After the recent years of Detroit's association with garage rock, hip-hop and rap rock, Bump is stepping up to fuse all the famous sounds the city was once known for. Yorg combines the hooks and harmonies of the Stevie Wonder with the stage presence of James Brown, while Chris Sterr echoes the guitar tones of Mick Taylor, David Gilmour and classic Detroit rock. Holding the rhythm section all together is Eric Novak, who drops tasty bass-lines reminiscent of James Jamerson, and Clint Carpenter on drums laying down the groove like the great Stewart Copeland. Bump has taken all of their Motown roots and has managed to create an unusual and unique sound to call their own.
Here's what some have had to say about them and their debut full length...
Glide Magazine Q&A
Charleston Post Show Review
Here's a couple of live shows...
Bump - 2006-04-16 - Majestic Theatre - Detroit, MI
Bump - 2006-05-06 - Up Front & Company - Marquette, MI
So check them out! And thanks for the cd guys!
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 12:43 PM
Sunday, May 21, 2006
Friday, May 19, 2006
As long been rumored Phish will finally be releasing "Phish Live In Brooklyn" on July 11th. The DVD is a two-disc set of their June 17th show. Read the press release here.
Here's the soundcheck from that night...
Phish - 2004-06-17 - Keyspan Park - Brooklyn, NY - SOUNDCHECK
I've posted this before, but loving YouTube lately - so here's Jay-Z sitting in with them from the 18th....
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 2:14 PM
Thursday, May 18, 2006
One of my favorite bands - Dr. Dog - is going to be playing a live set on the radio tomorrow (May 19th) at Noon EST for Seattle radio station KEXP. So those of you out there know where to tune into but for the rest of us not in the Emerald City you can stream on the net. Highly recommended so check it out they're awesome live.
They're on tour starting next month with The Spinto Band, check out the dates here.
Also here's their first music video for "Fool's Life". Enjoy....
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 10:05 PM
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
For those of you heading to the Tea Leaf Green show Thursday night at the Fox Theatre in Boulder be prepared for your 15 minutes of fame as Justin Kreutzmann will be on hand with camera crew to film it - and it seems quite excited about the opportunity. Read about it here.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 3:53 PM
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
For those of you into the collectibles check out this pretty cool new series from McFarlane Toys - 3D Album Covers. The first three issued are Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin, Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols and Metallica - Master of Puppets.
Personally love to see The Velvet Underground's Loaded for the next series - leave your ideas in the comment section.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:09 PM
Monday, May 15, 2006
Was going to write a whole post on my Saturday night hitting both the DSO show at the Nokia Theater and Rana at the Knit, but I'll spare you of most of the details. Needless to say I was in a funk all day Saturday and it was the right move. My last minute decision to head there solo was rewarded by bumping into a friend at a bar pre-show which ended up with me meeting and hanging out with her crew - good times.
Only seen Dark Star a few times and this was the first time with an original setlist. I was really pretty happy with their selections....
Run for the Roses
Hey Pockey Way>
Sure you usually going to see this band to see them recreate a show, but hey I was just in the mood to hear some quality live Dead - something about hearing their songs always manages to put me in a good mood. Highlight for me was definitely Jack Straw which they absolutely ripped on. As for the venue - had heard mixed things, but I was digging it. Great sound, speakers in the bathrooms, the floor is slanted a bit so if you're all the way in the back (which we were) you can see the stage no problem, and it seemed like they were pouring heavy mixed drinks. My only issue was beer was all from cans - though Irving Plaza is the same.
After the show wrapped up we decided to head down the Knit to catch Rana - a band that I hadn't seen in at least three or four years since their record release party at CBGB's. We walked in probably twenty minutes into their set and they were rockin' out. Didn't know any of the songs, but was still having a good time. They've definitely morphed into more of a rock band since they last time I'd seen them. Here's a brief review of the show from Relix.com...
On Saturday, RANA returned to the stage for the first time in 2006 for a performance at New York's Knitting Factory. After years on the northeast music circuit, the members of RANA spent the past few months focusing on a number of other projects, with guitarist Scott Metzger joining Particle, drummer Ryan Thornton focusing on Sam Champion and keyboardist Matt Durant gigging with King of France. While RANA speaks out against the sit-in during its "Go Home Hippie," the group invited a number of guests onto the stage throughout its set Saturday including The Antibalas Horns, who performed "Minca Malinca," "Loves It Automatic," "My One Dear Son," and "Bloodshed," as well as the encore of "It's So Hard (Believe Me)," "Good Book," "Not So Mopso" and "Backstage Pass." Later Dan Piper played lap steel on a number of songs beginning with "I'm Not Orfeo." Referencing its semi-hiatus, RANA also debut Durant's new original, "While Sam Champion Owned the Bowery."
Didn't stay for their whole show, but enjoyed what I heard and would definitely go and see them again soon if they find the time to get back together for some more shows. So ended up having a great night after a sub par day - thanks Jenny!!
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:19 PM
Sunday, May 14, 2006
Brooklyn Vegan's got some pictures, video and a brief review of Friday's GnR show at the Hammerstein - sounds like it rocked, their might be hope that The Chinese Democracy does see the light of day this year. Check it out here and here.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 7:47 PM
Friday, May 12, 2006
Paul Simon is headed out on his first solo tour since 2001. You can read about it here and check out the dates so far...
July 1, 2006 - Milwaukee, WI - Summerfest
July 2, 2006 - Toledo, OH - Zoo Amphitheater
July 4, 2006 - Cooperstown, NY - Doubleday Field
July 5, 2006 - Montreal QU- Place Des Arts Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
July 7, 2006 - Essex Junction, VT - Champlain Valley Fairgrounds
July 8, 2006 - Manchester, NH - Verizon Wireless Arena
July 9, 2006 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegun Sun Arena
July 12, 2006 - Columbia, MD - Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 14, 2006 - Atlantic City, NJ - Borgata Event Center
July 15, 2006 - Atlantic City, NJ - Borgata Event Center
July 16, 2006 - Holmdel, NJ- PNC Bank Arts Center
July 19, 2006 - Atlanta, GA - Chastain Park Amphitheatre
July 28, 2006 - Costa Mesa, CA - Orange County Fair
July 29, 2006 - Paso Robles, CA - California Mid State Fair
Simon is performing on SNL tomorrow night. I promise less posts about tourdates coming up, just way too much good stuff going on this summer to not keep people informed about.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 12:41 PM
Apparently I spoke too soon yesterday about the SCI tour. They will now be teaming up with Ratdog who will be on the road with them for most of the tour. The two bands will alternate headlining spots throughout the tour - guess Bobby didn't want to be out done by Phil this summer.
Now I may have to hit one of the Radio City shows.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 11:53 AM
Thursday, May 11, 2006
All you Cheeseheads that have been feeling neglected on this blog fear not finally a post for you - String Cheese Incident has announced their summer tour. Here are the dates...
06.24 | Pozo Saloon | Santa Margarita, CA
06.25 | Greek Theatre | Los Angeles, CA
06.26 | Bayside Concerts with Viejas | San Diego, CA
06.28 | Maricopa County Events Center | Sun City West, AZ
06.29 | Pine Mountain Amphitheater | Flagstaff, AZ
06.30 | Salt Air Pavillion | Salt Lake City, UT
07.01 | Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO
07.02 | Red Rocks Amphitheatre | Morrison, CO
07.06 | Summerfest | Milwaukee, WI
07.07 | Starlight Theatre | Kansas City, MO
07.08 | Fabulous Fox Theatre | St. Louis, MO
07.09 | Lifestyle Communities Pavilion (formerly PromoWest Pavilion) | Columbus, OH
07.10 | Finger Lakes PAC | Canandaigua, NY
07.11 | Penn's Landing | Philadelphia, PA
07.13 | Radio City Music Hall | New York, NY
07.14 | Radio City Music Hall | New York, NY
07.15 | Tweeter Center (Great Woods) | Mansfield, MA
07.20 | 10,000 Lakes Festival | Detroit lakes, MN
07.21 | 10,000 Lakes Festival | Detroit lakes, MN
07.23 | Moose's Tooth | Anchorage, AK
07.24 | Bear Tooth Theatre | Anchorage, AK
07.28 | Fuji Rock Festival | Naeba, JP
07.29 | Fuji Rock Festival | Naeba, JP
08.01 | Marymoor Park | Bellevue, WA
08.02 | Marymoor Park | Bellevue, WA
08.04 | Cuthbert Ampitheater | Eugene, OR
08.05 | Cuthbert Ampitheater | Eugene, OR
08.06 | Cuthbert Ampitheater | Eugene, OR
And here's some live stuff to enjoy...
SCI - 2004-03-14 - Fillmore Auditorium - Denver, CO
SCI - 2000-01-31 - Rialto Theater - Tucson, AZ
SCI - 1995-09-05 - Daniels/Chruchill Private Wedding Party - Delores, CO
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 3:47 PM
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
The initial line-up for the 6th installment of the Village Voice's Siren Music Festival has been announced. Here's the hipster approved artists so far...
Tapes 'N Tapes
She Wants Revenge
The festival is taking place on Saturday, July 15th out in Coney Island and it's free - so head on out have a hot dog at Nathan's, ride the Cyclone and listen to some live music.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 11:11 AM
Tuesday, May 09, 2006
David Bowie will be the "curator" for the first annual High Line Festival set to take place in May of 2007. The festival will take place at venues along the abandoned elevated subway line known as the High Line - where a new public park is being created. Read more about it here. For more on the High Line head here.
Here's some live Bowie....
David Bowie - 1983-07-13 - Montreal, CA
David Bowie - 1976-03-17 - Boston Garden - Boston, MA
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 6:07 PM
Tom Marshall has a launched a new website dedicated to selling posters specifically designed from song lyrics he's written for Phish & Amfibian. There will only be 230 of each poster produced - which will be hand signed and numbered by Marshall himself. As of now there are four posters currently on sale - Grind, Farmhouse, Rift and Theme From The Bottom.
Each poster sell for $42.50, but you can buy all four for $150.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:41 PM
I'm going to try and hit the Sam Roberts Band show tonight at Mercury Lounge - depends on my mood after tonight's Yankees/Red Sox game. They're a great rock 'n roll band from our neighbors to the North - apparantly they're quite huge up there too. Head on over to their MySpace page to hear some tunes.
They've got a new album coming out next week called Chemical City, but if your a fan of hook-laden rock pick up their last album We Were Born In A Flame which will tide you over till the new one comes out.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:28 PM
Monday, May 08, 2006
Head on over to Brooklyn Vegan for some reviews and pictures from Friday night's Pearl Jam show at Irving Plaza. Check it out here.
Seeing Pearl Jam in less then a month out in the Jerz with My Morning Jacket. Never seen them before, looking forward to it. I missed out on the whole grunge thing and I really don't have any legitimate excuses for it. I was in high school when Ten came out and should have been full of teen angst, but I think I was too busy listening to Billy Joel cds to pay attention to other things - I've certainly made up for lost time though.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 4:26 PM
Here's initial line-up for the 7th installment of moe.down...
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
The Avett Brothers
Early bird tickets are now available at moe.ticketing for $80. I've only heard great things about this fest - so if you're a moe. fan and have nothing to do Labor Day Weekend you should strongly consider it.
Here's some music from past fests...
Lo Faber Band - 2001-08-31 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
Derek Trucks Band - 2002-08-31 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
moe. - 2002-08-31 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
Umphrey's McGee - 2003-08-30 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
moe. - 2004-09-03 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turn, NY
Benevento/Russo Duo - 2004-09-04 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
Michael Franti & Spearhead - 2004-09-05 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
Raq - 2005-09-02 - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
Addison Groove Project - 2005-09-04 - Beer Tent - Snow Ridge Ski Mountain - Turin, NY
This list could go on and on - if you want more from the likes of Leftover Salmon, The Breakfast, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Uncle Sammy and scores more bands head here.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 2:06 PM
Friday, May 05, 2006
All you NYC-area Spreadheads check this out....
If you pre-order Widespread Panic's new album, Earth to America, you will have access to bonus material including: Dave Schools narrating a home video of a Compass Point studio session, album art wallpaper, an Earth to America Vinyl bonus track, video footage from the New Years 05 show and exclusive band interviews. If you pre-order by May 29th, you might by invited to the record release party with the band in New York City at Irving Plaza on June 13th! 50 people (and a guest) from the pre-order list will be invited to hear the band perform the NEW CD live. Invitees will be notified on May 30th.
Pretty cool stuff. If that doesn't entice you to pre-order the album I don't know what will.
Here's some Panic from their recent shows in Ragleigh...
Widespread Panic - 2006-04-21 - Walnut Creek Amphitheater - Raleigh, NC
Widespread Panic - 2006-04-22 - Alltel Pavilion - Raleigh, NC
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:40 PM
Recently stumbled onto another great music blog - Burning Oak. Right now they've got an ongoing series previewing all the artists that performing at this year's Summer Camp Music Festival - with mini bios and tons of MP3s to listen to - so check it out here. With over 40 bands performing it's a great way to find out about some of the lesser known acts and a great way to brush up on the ones you do know. Enjoy!!
Here's some music from last year's fest....
Groovatron - 2005-05-26 - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
moe. - 2005-05-27 - Three Sisters Park - Chillcothe, IL
Donna The Buffalo - 2005-05-27 - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Smokestack - 2005-05-27 - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Hot Buttered Rum String Band - 2005-05-28 - Three Sisters Park - Sunshine Stage - Chillicothe, IL
Family Groove Company - 2005-05-28 - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
moe. - 2005-05-29 - Three Sisters Park - Chillicothe, IL
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 3:40 PM
Thursday, May 04, 2006
Just wanted to share my latest musical obsession - Band Of Horses. If you dig My Morning Jacket you're definitely going to love these guys. I've pretty much been listening to their album non-stop for the last week and a half. Check out their MySpace page here and then go and buy 15 or 20 copies of their cd Everything All The Time for yourself and your friends. They're going to be on tour starting next month - here's the dates...
27 - George, WA - Sasquatch Festival
31 - Boise, ID - Neurolux
3 - Fargo, ND - The Aquarium
4 - Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry
6, 7 - Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern
8 - Bloomington, IN - The Bluebird
9 - Cincinnati, OH - Alchemize
10 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick
13 - Toronto, Ontario - Lee's Palace
16 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
17 - Hoboken, NJ - Maxwell's
20 - Asheville, NC - Grey Eagle Music Hall
21 - Columbia, SC - New Brookland Tavern West
22 - Atlanta, GA - The Earl
24 - Houston, TX - Walter's on Washington
25 - Austin, TX - The Parish
26 - Denton, TX - Hailey's
30 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echo
1 - San Francisco, CA - The Independent
29 - Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Festival @ Union Park
The Bowery Ballroom show is already sold out, so don't get shut out in your town.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 6:30 PM
The Gothamist has got some great posts on album cover art that was taken in NYC. Check it out here - some cool stuff if you're a music geek and NYC resident (hence my interest).
FYI this is probably my favorite NYC cover art....
In honor of that here's some live Dylan from his latest never-ending tour...
Bob Dylan - 2006-04-30 - Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex - BJCC Arena - Birmingham, Alabama
Bob Dylan - 2006-04-24 - Orpheum Theatre - Memphis, TN
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 5:02 PM
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Bob Dylan made his XM DJ'ing debut this morning with the premiere of Theme Time Radio Hour With Bob Dylan - here's a review of the show. Dylan's debut theme was weather, here's the playlist....
Blow, Wind, Blow - Muddy Waters
You Are My Sunshine - Jimmie Davis
California Sun - Joe Jones
I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine - Dean Martin
Just Walking in the Rain - The Prisonaires
The Wind Cries Mary - Jimi Hendrix
Come Rain or Come Shine - Judy Garland
It's Raining - Irma Thomas
Raining in my Heart - Slim Harpo
Jamaica Hurricane - Lord Beginner
Let the Four Winds Blow - Fats Domino
After the Clouds Roll Away - The Consolers
Summer Wind - Frank Sinatra
Stormy Weather - The Spaniels
A Place in the Sun - Stevie Wonder (Italian version)
Uncloudy Day - The Staple Singers
Keep on the Sunny Side - The Carter Family
Dylan's show can be heard on Deep Tracks (XM 40) every Wednesday at 10 A.M. with encores on Fridays 6 P.M., Sundays 8 A.M. & Mondays 8 P.M. The show can also be heard on The Village (XM 15) Thursdays 5 P.M., Wednesdays 11 A.M. and Mondays 5 A.M. & 11 P.M.
If anyone out there has XM and can hook me up with a copy of the show it would be greatly appreciated - would love to hear it.
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 10:20 PM
Here are the dates for the Phil & Friends / G.R.A.B. tour - yeah dumb acronym, but I didn't come up with it...
6/28 Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek - Raleigh, NC
6/30 Tweeter Center At The Waterfront - Camden, NJ
7/1 PNC Bank Arts Center - Holmdel, NJ*
7/2 SPAC - Saratoga Springs, NY
7/3 New England Dodge Music Center - Hartford, CT*
7/7 Nikon at Jones Beach - Wantagh, NY
7/8 Darien Lakes PAC - Darien Center, NY
7/9 Bethel Woods Center For The Arts - Bethel, NY
7/11 Toyota Pavilion – Scranton, PA*
7/12 Champlain Valley Fairgrounds - Essex Junction, VT*
* Trey, Mike, and The Duo will closePresale tickets start this Friday at at noon, public on-sale is May 12th.
Here's the latest shows from Ernie...
Trey Anastasio - 2006-04-27 - The Tabernacle - Atlanta, GA
Trey Anastasio - 2006-04-26 - The Tabernacle - Atlanta, GA
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 10:44 AM
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
Monday, May 01, 2006
I know it may be blasphemous to say that I have a music blog and I'm not much of a Radiohead fan - it's like saying I still like the Arctic Monkeys. I think I decided I wasn't going to like them when OK Computer came out just because everyone was gushing over it. Inevitably though when my roommate has put his music on random play and a song comes up that I'm digging and have no idea what it is it's Radiohead - so maybe I should start listening to them, I'd probably actually like them. Anyway here's the initial dates for their summer tour. They're playing a bunch of small theaters for now....
06.01.06 - Tower Theatre - Philadelphia, PA
06.02.06 - Tower Theatre - Philadelphia, PA
06.04.06 - Bank Of America Pavilion - Boston, MA
06.05.06 - Bank Of America Pavilion - Boston, MA
06.07.06 - Hummingbird Center - Toronto, ON
06.08.06 - Hummingbird Center - Toronto, ON
06.10.06 - Salle Wilred Pelletier at Placed des Arts - Montreal, QC
06.11.06 - Salle Wilred Pelletier at Placed des Arts - Montreal, QC
06.13.06 - The Theatre at Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
06.14.06 - The Theatre at Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
06.17.06 - Bonnaroo - Manchester, TN
06.19.06 - Auditorium Theater - Chicago, IL
06.20.06 - Auditorium Theater - Chicago, IL
06.23.06 - Greek Theatre - Berkeley, CA
06.24.06 - Greek Theatre - Berkeley, CA
06.26.06 - Bayside - San Diego, CA
06.27.06 - Bayside - San Diego, CA
06.29.06 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
06.30.06 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
And here's some live stuff for ya....
Radiohead - 2003-09-23 - Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA
Radiohead - 2003-10-06 - HiFi Buys Amphitheatre - Atlanta, GA
Radiohead - 1995-12-04 - Paradiso - Amsterdam, Holland
Posted by Jeffrey Greenblatt at 1:38 PM