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  The Bowery Ballroom
Address: 6 Delancey Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
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May-24-17 09:00 PM Kevin Morby
May-25-17 09:00 PM Kiefer Sutherland with Rick Brantley
Kiefer Sutherland has been a professional actor for over thirty years, starring in movies like Stand By Me, The Lost Boys, Young Guns, Flatliners, A Few Good Men, A Time to Kill, Dark City, Melancholia and most recently, a western called Forsaken, as well as the TV series 24.But unknown to many during the course of his career, he has taken on other vocations with the same kind of dedication and commitment. The first one, beginning around 1992, was that of a cattle rancher and competitive cowboy (roper) in the USTRC team roping circuit. He ran a successful ranch with partner John English for almost a decade. During that timeframe, Sutherland won numerous roping events around the country including Phoenix, Indio and the Los Angeles Open.In 2002, Sutherland, with his music partner and best friend Jude Cole, began a small record label called Ironworks. The goal of this label was to record local musicians and distribute their music at a time when the music industry was going through a monumental shift. Some of their artists included Rocco DeLuca and the Burden, HoneyHoney and Billy Boy On Poison. In 2009, Sutherland left the label to recharge and figure out what he was going to do next.In early 2015 Sutherland played Cole two songs he had written and wanted to record as demos for other artists to record. Cole responded positively to the songs and the album grew organically from those recordings. Two songs became four and four grew into six, until Cole suggested that they make a record. Their collaboration resulted in Kiefer Sutherlands upcoming debut album: Down In A Hole. Sutherland says of the 11 tracks that make up the album, Its the closest thing Ive ever had to a journal or diary. All of these songs are pulled from my own personal experiences. There is something very satisfying about being able to look back on my own life, good times and bad, and express those sentiments in music. As much as I have enjoyed the writing and recording process, I am experiencing great joy now being able to play these songs to a live audience, which was something I hadnt counted on.
May-26-17 09:00 PM Alabama Shakes
May-30-17 09:00 PM LP
Music doesnt have to be complicated. At the end of the day, its all about being honest, taking no B.S., and getting right back up after every fall. New York-born singer, songwriter, and all-around rock rebel LP puts it even more succinctly, I go Johnny Cash on that shit and just get through it.Like the Man in Black, she pens and performs timeless tunes with attitudealbeit minus the country twang and cowboy hats. Ukulele in hand, voice booming with soul and spirit, and pulling no punches, LPs palatability belies an underground unrestraint sharpened by several years in the industry. By 2014, she had not only written hits for Rihanna, Cher, Backstreet Boys, Cher Lloyd, and more, but also released her major label debut, Forever For Now. The latters Into The Wild fueled a Citibank ad campaign as everyone from The Wall Street Journal, CNN, and USA Today to Vogue and BuzzFeed extolled the artist. She performed on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! and ignited audiences at Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and more. However, as her six-year romantic relationship failed and she split from her label, LP put her head down and wrote what would become 2016s Death Valley EP [Vagrant Records].My goal was just to create my best music, she says. I stopped overthinking things. I didnt know how it was going to come out or if anyone would ever hear it, but I just wanted to write. No one told me what to do. I wasnt trying to fit into some fucking labels ideal of who I should be. I had complete artistic freedom.Death Valley became a watershed moment for the songstress and modern rock at large. Driven by her signature ukulele, raspy acoustic guitars, and the unshakable refrain, Baby is that lost on you?, its lead single Lost On You amassed over 91 million YouTube views as well as 44 million Spotify streams and went triple-platinum in Italy, platinum in France, Poland, and Germany, and gold in Switzerland. Meanwhile, the title track, Muddy Waters, soundtracked the Season 4 climax of NETFLIXs Orange Is The New Black. I love a record that has an eclectic bunch of songs, she goes on. I want it to be an interesting landscape, and I like to use my voice in different ways. That was my goal with Death Valley.It also extends to her 2017 full-length album. Once again, LP re-unites with the team behind Death Valleyproducer POWERS Mike Del Rio [Christina Aguilera, X Ambassadors] and writer Nate Campany [Tove Lo, Carly Rae Jepsen, Martin Garrix].Its a weird thing, she says. I feel more confident than ever before. I dont have to police myself anymore. For this record, I decided to unapologetically tress on, keep going, and run with my emotion.Ultimately, as LP writes more, she continues to connect with audiences everywhere. Theres a survivor mentality that comes through naturally, she leaves off. That strikes a chord. I want to show people its possible to do whatever they want on their own terms.
May-31-17 09:00 PM Brother Ali with Sa-Roc
Over the past 17 years, Brother Ali has earned wide critical acclaim for his deeply personal, socially conscious, and inspiring brand of hip-hop. Under Rhymesayers Entertainment, hes unleashed a series of lauded projects, establishing himself as one of the most respected independent voices in music. The latest chapter in that celebrated journey is All the Beauty in This Whole Life, a 15-track collection produced entirely by Atmospheres Anthony Ant Davis."This entire album is based on the reality that beauty is the splendor of truth" says the Minneapolis MC. "Beauty in all of its forms is the outward manifestation of love and virtue. It soothes the soul and pulls it gently toward the truth it communicates. Every word and note of this album is intended to either reflect beauty, or expose the ugliness that blocks us from living lives of meaning."All the Beauty in This Whole Life is Alis first official release in five years and represents the newest and most refined chapter of his life's journey. "Each of my albums are the result of the pain, growth and eventual healing that I experience. Articulating the pain and navigating the healing allows the people who really feel my music to travel with me. It's not only that we hurt together, we heal together as well."Contrasting intensely heavy moments with joyous and grateful ones, All the Beauty in This Whole Life arrives right on time, to help heal a divided nation through the power of music. Ali wouldnt have it any other way. "In times of great suffering in the outside world, the most important battles start from within."
Jun-01-17 09:00 PM Reeve Carney
REEVE CARNEY was most recently seen as Riff Raff in the upcoming remake of Rocky Horror Picture Show on FOX. Before Rocky Horror, Reeve starred in Showtimes series Penny Dreadful as Dorian Gray. He originated the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the smash Broadway production Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark. Handpicked by director Julie Taymor, with the chance to perform music by U2s Bono and The Edge, Reeve found himself with a mentorship any young singer would cut a deal with the devil to get. Reeve was everything we could have hoped for: an amazing voice and a truly charismatic presence, says Bono. Reeve also fronted the rock band Carney, whose debut album Mr. Green Vol. 1 came out on DAS Label/Interscope. His debut solo album was released in October of 2016.
Jun-02-17 08:00 PM Endless Boogie
Jun-06-17 09:00 PM Wheeler Walker Jr
Jun-07-17 09:00 PM John Moreland with Will Johnson
Some days, being John Moreland has to hurt. As others bury experiences and stifle regrets, Moreland pokes old wounds until youre sure theyve got to be bleeding again. Its painful. But in Morelands care, its also breathtakingly beautiful. With the release of his highly anticipated third solo album High on Tulsa Heat (out April 21st via Thirty Tigers), he offers another round of the lyrics-first, gorgeously plaintive songs that have earned him devoted listeners across the country.Moreland started writing when he was 10 years old, the same year his family moved from Kentucky, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he still lives today. He turns 30 this year, but hes been slinging songs for more than half his life. He started fronting local punk and hardcore bands in high school. After graduation, he had an epiphany. Id just overexposed myself to punk and hardcore to the point that it just didnt do anything for me anymore, he says. The remedy? He ditched his music for his dads: CCR, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Steve Earle.I think what appealed to me about it was lyrics, he says. In hardcore, there might be great lyrics in a song but you have to read them off a piece of paper to know it. I was 19 in 2004, and Steve Earle had put out The Revolution Starts Now, and I remember hearing the song Rich Mans War and totally feeling like somebody just punched me in the chest.Morelands been chasing the chest punch ever since, composing pointedly and prodigiously. Ive always written to make myself feel better, I think, he says. Its my way of figuring stuff out -- figuring out where I stand. You cant do that without emotion. You cant do that insincerely.When Moreland released In the Throes in the June of 2013, the album didnt just charm listeners-- it stunned them. American Songwriter proclaimed that [t]hose not familiar with the Oklahoma City singer-songwriter should remedy that pronto, while No Depression declared the collection isnt so much songwriting as alchemy with words and music. MSNBC host Rachel Maddow heard his songs and joined the chorus, tweeting: If the American music business made any sense, guys like John Moreland would be household names.If In the Throes ignited Morelands 2013 summer, FXs Sons of Anarchy poured gasoline all over the fire that fall. The hit series featured three Moreland-penned and -performed gems: Heaven, off of his Earthbound Blues, the second of two full-length albums he released in 2011; and Gospel and Your Spell, both from In the Throes.As word continued to spread and Moreland played more and more shows, a pattern began to emerge: his songs hit listeners hard. While his precise, evocative lyrics often get the credit, his voice -- a scritchy-scratch baritone capable of soul-shouting but especially potent in its subdued default register -- ensures his lines linger.I got so used to playing in bars where youre just kind of in a corner, he says. Youre just background music, and nobody gives a fuck about you. It was so soul sucking. I would try to sing in a way that would get peoples attention. For Moreland, that didnt mean screaming or gimmicks. If you just sing it like you mean it -- like so hard that people cant ignore it... He trails off for a second, then concludes: Thats what I was trying to do.These days when Moreland performs, rooms ordinarily buzzing with drunken chatter and clanging glasses fall silent.When he decided to head back to the studio to record the follow-up to In the Throes, Moreland admits he felt more pressure than in previous sessions. I just tried to ignore it because I figured its probably not a good way to make a record, he says. But yeah. It was in the back of my mind.High expectations must agree with him. High on Tulsa Heat is a triumphant sequel, pulsing with the sharply drawn imagery and cutting vulnerability that his listeners have come to expect. Produced by Moreland, the 10-song collection features a strong cast of players including Jesse Aycock (Hard Working Americans, Secret Sisters), John Calvin Abney (Samantha Crain, The Damn Quails), Jared Tyler (Malcolm Holcombe), Chris Foster, and Kierston White.Stripped-down arrangements rooted in gritty rock and roll punctuate and cushion Morelands compositions. Tracks including Hang Me in the Tulsa County Stars, Hearts Too Heavy, and Cleveland County Blues set the tone, trafficking in relentless honesty and folk.Buoyant lament Sad Baptist Rain tackles internal conflict. I was just trying to grab this scene of being a 16-year-old church kid in the parking lot of the punk rock show trying to reconcile having some fun with my Southern Baptist guilt, he says, with a hint of a laugh. If Sad Baptist Rain is about self-acceptance, White Flag warns of self-destruction. Its a song about wanting or needing somebody so bad that youre willing to destroy yourself for it, he explains.American Flags in Black and White, grapples with nostalgia, and while Moreland initially seems to condemn it, he ends up acknowledging its comfort, framing the past as everyones guilty pleasure. He never really condemns or judges anyone -- except himself. Anytime I do write a song that I feel like is more like pointing a finger at somebody, it never feels good and I always just end up throwing it away, he says.The album also includes the first recording of live show staple Cherokee. Based on a vivid dream, the song explores longing, shame, forgiveness, and love. I want it to be open ended, he says of Cherokee and his songs in general. I dont want to be told what happened or how to feel.You Dont Care for Me Enough to Cry proves once again that Moreland does intoxicatingly sad as well or better than anyone, but the concluding title track rollicks victoriously, relishing the thought of a safe place -- an idea Moreland says serves as a loose theme for the album. A home is something Ive really wanted, he says. But that means you have to figure out what that really means and what it is. The record is about those questions.