Here’s a few select tracks from Christine Hoberg’s set at Rockwood Music Hall last night. She brought two brand new gems, one Diamonds and Lines and the other Devil With Lipstick, had never been played live before Rockwood.
Diamonds and Lines
Devil With Lipstick (first live performance)
Setlist: Nom. 3, Plain-Faced Jane, Stripes, Nice, Home, Diamonds and Lines, Devil With Lipstick, Soemtimes, I Follow Rivers
Detroit diva Eliza Neals captivated those at The Bitter End. Her unique modern rock approach creates a new motown sound that clearly has some southern roots.
Here she is with I’m the Girl [6.2MB] and Southern Comfort. [7.2MB]
Right Hand Man, Never Gonna, Gimme Shelter, Raining, Misery, Thrill Is Gone, Love Hurts More, I’m the Girl, Southern Comfort, Save Me
I showed up at The Bitter End for Eliza Neals but was pleasantly surprised with Haroula Rose, a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, who played just before Eliza’s Set
All I Know
Zander Bleck leads a charmed “sexy life.” His rock n roll is in your face, perhaps even trying to get in your pants. With tracks like “Take It Away” and “Find You Again” it’s clear that Zander has got something the music scene hasn’t experienced yet.
Joined by guitar god Mark Williams, The Pocono Prodigy; here they are at the Mercury Lounge in Manhattan.
The addition of Mark adds his distinctive flavor of soul which accentuates Zander’s energy in a genre defying effort with an LP release pending soon, this will be something to take New York by storm . I can’t wait to see where they take us next.
Check out the news about the upcoming album at ZanderBleck.com
Zander pays homage to Led Zeppelin with Good Times, Bad Times [4.5MB] live at the Mercury Lounge in Lower Manhattan.