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Address: 1039 Washington Street
City: Hoboken
State: NJ
Date Time Event Description
Jun-24-17 08:00 PM The Latest Noise
The Latest Noise was started in 2016 by Mike Kuzan as a platform to connect musicians and artists in the Hoboken, Jersey City and New York City music scenes. The Latest Noise creates unique live events and digital experiences to showcase independent talent.THE LATEST NOISE LIVE!The Latest Noise Live! is a quarterly event to showcase the best local and regional talent. The first part of the night features up and coming talent in the Artist Showcase. Musicians who have performed in the Artist Showcase have been discovered at the local open mics including:Finnegans Irish Pub (Sunday)The Ale House (Monday)Maxwells Tavern (Tuesday)The Latest Noise combines proven talent with up and coming artists to create unique events. Artists that have been selected to perform at The Latest Noise Live! have displayed talent, professionalism & respect for the music scene.Contact Us to inquire about being part of the next The Latest Noise Live! show.THE LATEST NOISE MIXTAPEThe Latest Noise Mixtape is released on a quarterly basis. The format of each mixtape is based on the songs submitted. It will evolve with each iteration.THE LATEST NOISE RECORDSThe Latest Noise Records released its first EP I Wrote These Songs With Heavy Vibes And A Piano by Freddie Bourne on 1/27/17. A Viktor.digital's "Closing Time Apocalypse EP" was released on 5/13/17.THE LATEST NOISE SPOTLIGHT SERIESThe Latest Noise Spotlight Series features interviews with musicians, producers and content makers from around the Hoboken, Jersey City and New York City music scenes.
Jun-28-17 08:00 PM The Roots, Rhythm & Soul Tour 2017 with Roosevelt Dime, Jenna Lotti
A new wave of artists are putting their own stamp on the classic sounds and styles of Americana from Roots, Rhythm & Blues to Folk, Funk and Soul. The Roots, Rhythm, & Soul Tour brings together a few of the shining stars of the scene, bonded by a kindred creative spirit and respect for the music both where it's been and where it's headed.
Jul-07-17 09:00 PM Rob Jennings with Adam Melchor, Yankee Longstraw
Rob Jennings is a NJ based singer songwriter with a sound that invokes classic pop with lush harmonies and a strong emphasis on melody. His debut full length, The World Was On My Side will be available on June 30th. "Truly captivating songwriting" - Live In Limbo "Beautifully vibrant and tuneful pop" - Jersey Beat
Jul-10-17 08:00 PM Walter Trout
Walter Trout announces new release, ALIVE in Amsterdam, recorded live in Amsterdam on the blues legends comeback tour & released June 17th on Mascot/Provogue. Battle Scars World Tour to hit the US and Europe this year.To be released June 17th on Mascot/Provogue, ALIVE in Amsterdam is the sound of a man announcing his resurrection after a period on the ropes. As Trouts army of international fans are painfully aware, recent times have taken the bandleader to the brink, following a bleak diagnosis of life-threatening liver failure and hepatitis C in 2013. Trouts rebirth began with a successful transplant in May 2014, and gathered pace with 2015s Battle Scars: the acclaimed studio album that channeled his near-death experience into raw autobiographical songs.Walter Trout has never sounded so alive. The date is November 28th, 2015. The location is Amsterdams opulent Royal Theatre Carr. And the occasion is a live performance of the blues-rock legend at full-throttle. We were rocking, remembers Trout of the comeback concert captured on ALIVE in Amsterdam. If people are expecting a laid-back show, thats not what theyll get. This is potent stuffYet for this lifelong road-warrior, a return to the stage was always the ultimate goal. And last summer, as Trout headed out on a comeback tour that blew the roof off venues from the Royal Albert Hall to Buddy Guys Legends club in Chicago, every fan in the house saw that the man wasnt just back, he was better than ever. That whole tour was kinda triumphant for me, Trout reflects. Just to be back, after what I went through. But also to be playing with a renewed energy and commitment.Id gone through a few years of symptoms, he continues, where Id get hand-cramps, dizzy spells and chronic fatigue onstage. It was a struggle. On this last tour, I wasnt struggling. We were having a great time. We couldnt stop. ALIVE in Amsterdam captures the atmosphere.Its true: listen to ALIVE in Amsterdam and youll experience the same white-knuckle ride as the fans who filled the Royal Theatre Carr. Its fitting that the Amsterdam show starts with an introduction by Trouts wife and manager, Marie, who gave the bluesman the courage to fight on during his lowest points. Having Marie on the album is very meaningful for me, he says, because shes the one who kept me alive. She kept me fighting and wouldnt let me give up.Trout himself hits the stage like a wrecking-ball, opening with an scorching burst of solo guitar (Sometimes, when I get up there, I have so much energy that Im bursting out of my skin). When he launches into the set, meanwhile, all bets are off. We never have a setlist, explains the frontman of his seat-of-the-pants interplay with drummer Michael Leasure, keyboards ace Sammy Avila and bassist Johnny Griparic. We play very spontaneously, and I gauge it by the crowd and how the show is going.Trout says. Instead I had to cancel an entire year of touring. Thats what the song on Battle Scars, My Ship Came In is about: My ship came in and I missed it! Id waited all my life for a record label to get behind me to that extent, and then that plan fell apart.Trout is now moving triumphantly forward in his 50th year as a guitarist. He is in the midst of a global tour with his band: keyboardist Sammy Avila, drummer Michael Leasure, and new bassist Johnny Griparic, who joined in time to record Battle Scars in Los Angeles Kingsize Soundlabs with Trouts longtime producer Eric Corne. I dont take this lightly, Trout declares. Marie says that all of the people who donated to our fundraiser for my medical expenses which generated more than $240,000 bought stock in me and my liver. When I play for them now, I have a responsibility to give back and offer the very best that I have.
Jul-11-17 08:00 PM The Office Trivia Fact. The Office Trivia at Maxwell's Tavern is the most fun you can have on Tuesday, July 11 at 8pm, presented by Hoboken Happy Hours. Take a break from being The World's Best Boss, your classes at art school, or beet farming to prove you know the most about the Dunder Mifflin family. Prizes will be awarded in lieu of Dundees, and you don't want to be left empty handed... that's what she said! For reservations visit; http://www.OfficeTrivia071117.Eventbrite.com The best way to reserve tickets is by selecting a team captain and having them be in charge of tickets for ALL team members. For example, if Pam, Jim, Michael and Todd Packer are a team and Todd gets put in charge, he will then reserve tickets for himself, Pam, Jim and Michael = (4) in total. PLEASE ONLY RESERVE SINGLE TICKETS IF YOU ARE PLAYING BY YOURSELF. We will send a confirmation email to everyone closer to the event. #DiversityTomorrow
Jul-18-17 08:00 PM Anthony Gomes
Anthony Gomes has been creating virtuosic, burning blues since his recorded debut in 1998. 12 releases and numerous awards and ecstatic accolades later, Gomes shows no signs of slowing down with his latest musical offering being his most successful to date. The aptly-named, riff-laden Electric Field Holler has received highly acclaimed recognition; reaching #1 on both Roots Music Report's Blues Rock Chart and ReverbNations Global Blues Chart as well as earning several nominations for Blues Rock Album of the Year.The Toronto singer/songwriter/guitarist is propelling blues rock into the contemporary music culture with his unapologetic approach to reinventing the genre in relevant and fresh ways. The blues is old, but not tired said Anthony, adding: It speaks as truthfully today, and for this generation, as it ever has. Blues Music Magazine writes, "the formidable guitar chops and authentic singing place him in the forefront of modern blues." This, along with his high-energy shows and dynamic stage presence, make him one of the top draws on the Rock/Blues circuit today. And the facts speak for themselves. Gomes has performed in 17 countries and has shared the stage with B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Robert Plant, Joe Bonamassa, Heart, Jonny Lang, Sammy Hagar, 38 Special, Robert Cray and Kenny Wayne Shepherd.Gomes instinctive mastery of his craft is matched by his knowledge of and dedication to blues history. He is an award winning blues history scholar, earning the University of Torontos C.P. Stacey Prize for the highest overall academic grade point average by a history student. Anthony also completed his masters degree thesis on the racial and cultural evolution of blues music, graduating with high distinction. In 2014, his thesis was published and nominated for the Best Blues Book of the Year by Blues 411.Believing that music can inspire the human spirit, Anthony founded the Music Is the Medicine Foundation in 2010. This non-profit organization is dedicated to changing the lives of others through the healing power of music. Through private donations and winning sizable grants from State Farm Insurance and CVS Pharmacy, the foundation has funded songwriting scholarships, offered music education programs, and donated musical instruments to those in need.Born in Toronto, Canada to a Portuguese father and a French-Canadian mother, Gomes began playing guitar in his early teens and was drawn to the blues sounds of B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix. He relocated to Chicago in the late '90s to learn from the blues masters. During his brief stint as a sideman for Magic Slim and the Teardrops, Gomes put together his own group and won the first annual Buddy Guys Legends Best Unsigned Blues Band competition in 1998. Later that year, Gomes released his debut CD, Blues in Technicolor, which introduced him as a guitar-slinger loaded with impressive firepower.On 2002's Unity, he accomplished the album's title with a heavy mix of styles leading Bandit Blues Radio to name it one of the Top 30 Essential Blues Albums of all time. Gomes was elevated to the top of the blues field just one year later when BluesWax Magazine named him Artist of the Year, a nomination he would claim for several years in a row due to his endless commitment and touring. Music Is the Medicine (2006) peaked at number four on the Billboard Top Blues Albums chart, only to be outdone by LIVE (2008) debuting at number one. Anthony's Up 2 Zero (2012) album was named the Best Blues CD of the Year by A1 Blues and Blues Underground Network voted it the Best Blues Rock CD of 2012. The accolades continued in 2013 with the release of Gomes gusty acoustic album Before The Beginning with Blues 411 honoring the release with the Jimi Award for Best Blues/Rock recording of the Year.Electric Field Holler, Anthonys latest offering, is his most rock influenced album to date. The heavy hitting Turn It Up has Gomes rightfully boasting Ive got a blues soul and a rock n roll heart. From the guitar roaring Back Door Scratching to the mythic, autobiographical Blueschild, Gomes delivers a sensory roller coaster of instrumental, vocal and musical range. He sings with an integrity that exudes deep emotion, in the pulsing Nowhere is Home right through to the closing, apocalyptic Listen To The Universe. Blues Rock Review, Roots Music Report, Confessing The Blues and Blue Monday Monthly have featured Electric Field Holler in their Top Blues Albums of the Year, proving that Blues and Rock n Roll can not only co-exist, but the lines can be blurred between them to create a blazing cathartic experience radiating therapeutic heat for body and soul.