B47 2012 BB Kings
Black 47 blew away the crowd at BB Kings in Times Square for a St Patricks Day celebration. Mary Courtney returns to perform with the band on Living In America, as she did on the Fire of Freedom LP.
Three Little Birds (Bob Marley Cover) > Desparate [16 MB]
Livin In America (with Mary Courtney) [11 MB ]
James Connolly [14 MB]
Rockin’ The Bronx [17 MB]]
40 Shades of Blue > Izzy’s Irish Rose > Funky Céili (Bridie’s Song) [35 MB]
More to come soon..
TMBG performed at Terminal 5. Like normal, they blew me away… TMBG is one of the bands you hope to see a lot when you decide to move to New York CIty.
Still chopping up the tracks but here’s a couple MP3s, more to come tonight / tomorrow.
Click to download.
Birdhouse in Your Soul [6MB]
Where Your Eyes Don’t Go > New York City [8MB]
Full Setlist (Thanks to Jason DeLima)
Birdhouse In Your Soul (with Mark Pender)
Cowtown (with Mark Pender)
Mr. Me (with Mark Pender)
Clap Your Hands (with Mark Pender)
Can’t Keep Johnny Down
Damn Good Times
Snowball In Hell (spoken bridge by The Avatars Of They)
Particle Man (with Mark Pender)
Careful What You Pack
Battle For The Planet Of The Apes (with Mark Pender)
Paranoid performed by The Avatars Of They
Pandor Jingle performed by The Avatars Of They
Spoiler Alert performed by The Avatars Of They
Lie Still, Little Bottle (with Mark Pender)
Don’t Let’s Start
We Live In A Dump
Where Your Eyes Don’t Go
New York City
Spy (with Mark Pender)
Dr. Evil (with Robin Goldwasser and Mark Pender)
Doctor Worm (with Mark Pender)
Rock Rebel Rising captivated the crowd at Arlene’s Grocery tonight. Dy’ari came through with another stunning performance. Backed by his amazing band of rebels, these guys never disappoint.
Download 15 Minutes in the Spotlight [7MB]
Parting the Waters [5.2MB]
Beautiful Darkness [5.1MB]
or Go Asshole Go [9.8MB] from this live performance.
Full Setlist: Beginning of the End, Bow Your Head, 15 Minutes in the Spotlight, Shine, Parting the Waters, Beautiful Darkness, Deliverance, Go Asshole Go!
Album release party for Moonlight Never Shined So Bright at Rockwood Music Hall
Harps > Another Man
Black 47 took us out on the water with Rocks Off. A half hour after leaving Skyport Marina, the band the stage and rocked the house.. err. rocked the boat.
Green Suede Shoes
Sons of Anarchy
Gloria > I Fought The Law
The Barr Brothers final show of the summer before the debut label release this fall.
The intimate Rockwood provides Brad a wonderful birthday venue. He literally roped in the audience to participate, showing off his tricks and letting the room experience involvement in the performance. He sent thread out into the crowd, attached to his guitar. As the audience changed the tension, the noise would come through his guitar pickup. Very fun trick! I’ve seen him do it before but this time he actually explained it a bit.
Two new songs, still untitled, will be forthcoming after the album drops, per Andrew’s request, he’d prefer if the new tracks are first heard via the studio release. Check back in the fall to download those tracks here.
Old Mythologies [7 MB]
Ooh Belle [6.7 MB]
Deacon’s Son[11 MB]
Beggar In The Morning [9.3 MB]
Lord, I Just Can’t Keep From Cryin (Blind Willie Johnson Cover) [10 MB]
Old Mythologies,Ohh Belle, Deacon’s Son, Beggar In The Morning, Lord I Just Can’t Keep from Crying [Blind Willie Johnson Cover], Untitled (Even The Darkness) , Untitled (Let It Go)
The SLIP return!
Set contains new songs so bear with me as I figure those out in the coming days.
Broke the Promised Land [7 MB]
The Soft Machine [9.7 MB]
Take the Bus [4.5 MB]
Airplane/Primitive [8 MB]
Sometimes True to Nothing [9.7 MB]
Motherwolf* [5.9 MB]
Brand New Song!!* [5.4 MB]
Another Brand New Song!!* [5.9 MB]
True Love Ain’t Enough
Weight of Solomon
Children of December
Get Me With Fuji* [10.6 MB]
If One of Us Should Fall [5.4 MB]
* performed with Sam Cohen of Yellowbirds/Apollo Sunshine on guitar.
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