Dar Williams and Heather Maloney perform in Williams's traditional end-of-the-year concert. I have a ticket - want to join me?
Anyone else going to the Radiohead show in New Orleans on Monday? I'm a huge fan who's never seen them live, so I'm taking the day off to ride the Crescent train down and spend most of the day waiting in line like a nut for a decent spot. If anybody else has general admission/floor tickets, maybe we can do a mini meet-up and save each other's places in line for food/bathroom breaks/chat/phalanxing our way to center rail?
I am looking for one or more people with whom to attend the Hozier concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion on June 20th. Tickets go on sale on Friday and, judging by past experience, will be snapped up immediately. [more inside]
Let's go see They Might Be Giants when they come to Portland! [Insert clever lyrics reference here]
As discussed over in this thread, the next Highland Park Jazz Series concert with meet-up interest is on August 24th and will feature The Horn Guys. The concerts in this series are free, and take place every Sunday in August from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
UPDATE: Called, for both August 3rd and August 24th. Yesterday was St. Swithin's Day, and since it didn't rain I am cautiously optimistic: is there any interest in catching one of the Highland Park "Reservoir of Jazz" performances? They're free, and take place every Sunday in August from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. [more inside]
Come enjoy a rock and roll show with Brad Sucks, Graven and Happenstance at Il Motore. $10, 8pm, 18+. Facebook event. [more inside]
MeFi-favorite Flying Lotus is playing a hometown show at House of Blues Sunset w/ the always-relaxing Teebs (sample here) and bass virtuoso Thundercat (music sample here, really short bass solo here). Let's go enjoy it together and maybe get food/drinks before/after. :) tix and other info for the show here [more inside]
An evening of electronic-ish music for annual Magma Festival fundraiser for Seattle's best non-profit internet radio station, Hollow Earth Radio [more inside]
Brad Sucks at The Silver Dollar Room in Toronto. January 26th, 9pm. $6. With The Newsmen, Most People & Bellevue. Facebook event here.
November 2nd at Zaphod Beeblebrox. $10. w/Birdie Whyte & Loon Choir.
Free concert at the Hatch Shell. Opening night for the Boston Landmark Orchestra featuring classic works of Aaron Copland. It's free. And it's at the Hatch Shell. [more inside]
Last Smoke Benders show til... oh, sometime round December. Any of you Tokyo Mefites wanna come, it'd sure be great to see you. [more inside]
Velikovsky, the band for which I emit saxophonic noises, will be playing at the The Horseshoe (warning, myspace link). Soul City Juke Band will be opening. Come for the BBQ and Beer, stay for the bombastic, bluesy beats.
Brad Sucks and Kansas City Shuffle at the Elmdale Tavern in Ottawa. $6!
Hey, come see Brad Sucks (i'm brad!) with Dave Norris & Local Ivan at The Mansion this Saturday night (the 14th). It is only $6 which is not a lot of money to be honest.
This year Boston is having its second electronic music festival and once again there is a big record swap/concert/fashion show/dance party. I am playing some records (ambient weird and weird dub and dub techno) starting at noon, and I would love it if you would come. [more inside]
My band is playing again! A mere two weeks after our last show, the VelAff is playing at the Red Line Tap in Rogers Park. We will be debuting a song that I wrote!
My band, the Velikovsky Affair, is playing at the Elbo Room in Chicago this upcoming Wednesday. [more inside]
My band (I sing and play "rock flute"), Two Apple Tobacco, is performing tonight at the Penthouse (the strippers are off on Sundays - hee)! We're premiering our brand new pan-apocalyptic mini rock-opera "Squinters Paradise". Also opening is "Booby Trap and the Tiger Skin Thursdays". More details after the jump! [more inside]
Kick off 2011 with a night of homegrown indie-pop goodness. An American Chinese is celebrating the release of their new record, Utopian Tree, with a show at Kung Fu Necktie. Featuring Steve Goldberg and the Arch Enemies and When I Was 12. [more inside]
Hello, come see Brad Sucks (me), Bellevue, Dog is Blue and Sticky Henderson at The Mansion in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 9pm, $6.
It's New Year's Eve in Richmond, VA, and you're dressed in yachting attire. Or possibly 80s attire. Either way, you're going to need somewhere to go. I have just the thing. [more inside]
Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives is the band I lead, and we're playing at the lovely Cantab dive bar in Cambridge's Central Square this Saturday! Catchy rock with witty lyrics - you know the drill. 21+, $8. We go on at 11 sharp, but earlier bands look interesting, especially the Cello Chix at 9. As for us: Band page, myspace page, more song clips.
The band for which I sing, strum, and write is playing in Harvard Square this Friday! Catchy rock with witty lyrics - what's not to love? 21+, nominal cover (like $3). Band page, myspace page, more song clips. If you want to say hi beforehand, I will be the guy in the buzzcut looking bored from waiting all night for his set to start. OK pub food if you get there earlier.
My band, Derailleur, is playing its/our first show in a long, long time... making our comeback at Minneapolis's very fancy-dan Aster Cafe (fancy-dan in space, not in price!).
I'm hosting a free reading with poet Lee Ann Roripaugh (who's coming all the way from South Dakota for the reading!), poet and critic Kaya Oakes, and wildly inventive saw musician Cynthia Weyuker. A good time will be had by all. [more inside]
Fuck Yeah Fest is tomorrow. It will have many awesome bands and also a bunch of MeFites are going to be in the crowd. In this thread we can make actual plans all at once so it's not a bunch of "Yeah, like, I think I'll be over by Ted Leo…"
Join us Upstairs at World Cafe Live for a week-long showcase featuring the Philadelphia region's finest emerging performers! From August 16th through August 22nd, beta hi-fi will showcase approximately five artists per night - and admission is FREE! The bands will compete each night, and YOU - the audience - will vote for your favorite. [more inside]
Three Sheets to the Wind, America's #1 Tribute to Yacht Rock (featuring yours truly on keys and vocals) sails into The Republic once a month for a night of debauchery and Christopher Cross songs (two of 'em!) Somebody in our crew is stuck out of town, so we've changed the date of the 8/19 show to 9/2. [more inside]