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Address: 1039 Washington Street
City: Hoboken
State: NJ
Date Time Event Description
Jun-01-17 08:00 PM Dana Fuchs Duo
Dana Fuchs is a phenomenon, a singer whose mesmerizing voice and presence has led critics to compare her to Rock Legends from Janis to Jagger. Fittingly, she appeared in the off-Broadway production, Love, Janis. The multi-talented singer-songwriter stars as, Sadie, in the cult classic, Sony Pictures Beatles musical, Across The Universe, where she has a major presence both in the film, and on the platinum selling soundtrack. Perhaps Stereophile Magazine said it best, Imagine a sultry, more emotive Janis Joplin, backed by a higher energy version of the late 60s Rolling StonesRock n Roll doesnt get any better.Dana is currently embarking on her Ready To Rise 2017 world tour in support of her forthcoming new album, Ready To Rise. (Release Date Fall 2017) www.danafuchs.com
Jun-02-17 08:00 PM TOOL tribute band SCHISM- The Battle of Los Angeles- SIN - Nine Inch Nails Tribute Maxwell's Tavern in Hoboken NJ welcomes the world's first and longest touring tribute to TOOL, the ONLY Tool tribute endorsed by Tool; SCHISM! A National touring act since 2001! This marks their 16th year. Come see this show! Support your local musicians and your local bar! Featuring Rage Against the Machine tribute The Battle of Los Angeles and NIN tribute band SIN! Tool/Rage/NIN tribute Show in Hoboken NJ at Maxwell's Tavern Friday, June 2nd, 2017. Doors at 8, Sin at 9, Rage at 10, Schism at 11-? Special intimate show, get there, share this. $12 tickets available for presale- only, so many available, get on this. These are going quick. Day of $15 Maxwell's 1039 Washington St. Hoboken, NJ, 07030 Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM This event is 21 and over keith.schism@gmail.com for more info/bookings
Jun-02-17 09:00 PM 90's Tribute Show: Tool, Rage, NIN with Schism (Tool), The Battle of Los Angeles (Rage Against the Machine), SIN (Nine Inch Nails)
Jun-03-17 07:30 PM Val Emmich
Jersey City singer-songwriter and actor Val Emmich's debut novel, The Reminders, will be published on May 30. Come celebrate the release of the book with a full-band concert. If you purchase the book at the show, you'll also receive a free copy of the deluxe CD version of "The Reminders EP" featuring 2 bonus original songs written by Val that are unavailable on the digital version of the EP. More details at valemmich.com/music. This event is in collaboration with Little City Books of Hoboken.
Jun-09-17 08:00 PM Sylvana Joyce and The Moment Prince Tribute Show featuring local artists Gerry Rosenthal, Christina Alessi, C.R. Smith, Tiphanie Doucet, and more.
Jun-09-17 09:00 PM PRINCE: A Tribute to His Royal Badness
PRINCE: Jersey City and Hoboken's finest play the music of his Royal Badness...Featuring: C. Robert Smith, Sylvana Joyce, Gerry Rosenthal, Jeff Fernandes, Lorelei Prince, Valerie Reaper, Christina Alessi, Jaime DeJesus, Casey Solomon, Wilfredo Coriano, Kelsey Warren, Big Tones, and more...
Jun-10-17 01:30 PM Doctor Paul Doctor Paul performing at the Friggin' Fabulous Brunch at Maxwells....
Jun-10-17 08:00 PM The Devyl Nellys, Fifteen Fleeting, Pat Llewellyn & the Parade
Jun-23-17 08:00 PM The Last Internationale with Deaf Rhino, Chevonne and The Fuzz
The Last Internationale picks up the torch carried in various places and at different times by Bob Marley and the Wailers, Nina Simone, Public Enemy, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Rage Against the Machine, and hundreds more.That torch is deployed here to illuminate the dark spaces of injustice as well as to light up a path toward freedom. The Last Internationale speaks with passion and intimacy to anarchists and guerrillas, to comrades-in-arms, to friends and strangers alike, tripping and running, busting out of jailbreaking all the entanglements that ensnare us, all the cotton wool that smothers ussearching out the rhythms of resistance, and deploying every one of the weapons within reach: truth-telling and courage, beauty and form, abiding patience and infinite perseverance, indignation, urgency, incitement, and mostly love.These power-house rebel-rockers hold the torch with renewed confidence and a sparkling fresh spirit.We Will Reign overflows with emotional richness and humanity, challenges us to throw off the lifeless, unpleasant, and unerotic in our lives, and announces a profound truth: any revolution worth having will be powered by a deep desire for joy as well as justice. We can feel the thud of the police stick and the searing pain of the interrogation cell, but also the exhilaration of choosing to lead a moral life in a world gone mad, and the power of pursuing a politics based on freedom dreams beyond dogma and opportunism.The music hums with the universal hope for a world in balance and at peace, and its punctuated with the most basic human cry: I shall create! I found myself provoked and agitated, gasping for air, talking to myself and hollering back, laughing through tears while screaming above the ecstasy.WWR does what good art demands: I was in orbit.We Will Reignpart joyous awakening, part indictment of unnecessary suffering, part astonishing love-letter, and part full-throated invitation to a revolutionis not so much a map as a beckoning, not a completed script, but fragments of an unfinished improvisation.They have a story to tell, a thousand stories really, echo after echo from long ago and from just a minute past, reverberations booming toward an uncertain future and ricocheting back at us, refrains from the rough but lovely localities of the wretched of the earth to the hard boundaries of lost and disappearing things.Every line calls us together and invites us to create, each gestures toward a world that could be but is not yet; every note offers another door you might squeeze through in search of the rest of your life.Turn the knob, slip the lip, dive headfirst into the wreckage now there you are."One of the most dangerous bands in the world," Kyle Nixon of the legendary punk band Solger. "New York's counterculture spirit lives on in The Last Internationale." -RJ Cubarrubia, Rolling Stone Magazine.
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.