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127 East 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010

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127 East 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010

Upcoming Highlights

  • Pete Yorn

    Dec 3, 2016

  • Delta Rae

    Dec 14, 2016

  • Too Many Zooz

    Dec 31, 2016

  • The Magpie Salute

    Opens Jan 19, 2017

  • Russell Howard

    May 6, 2017

Pete Yorn

December 3, 2016

In an era of 15 minutes of fame and quick tickets to the top via TV talent shows, its rare to find an authentic musician like Pete Yorn. The roots rock singer songwriter first rose to attention when he scored the Farrelly Brothers film Me, Myself and Irene starring funnyman Jim Carey. The release of his debut LP musicforthemorningafter solidified Yorn's status as an indie stalwart and saw him share the stage with the likes of the Foo Fighters, R.E.M and Coldplay amongst others.

Delta Rae

December 14, 2016

Durham, North Carolina's own folk rock outfit are hitting the road just in time for the end of year festive season, so say goodbye to 2016 with an upbeat shindig with Delta Rae. Combining shades of gospel, country and pop, the soulful sextet's soaring harmonies and choral aesthetic make each one of their anthems a foot-stopping, soul-stirring affair.

Too Many Zooz

December 31, 2016

Formed in 2013, newcomers Too Many Zooz are setting New York and beyond alight with their heady blend of brass and house music. Their status as an underground phenomenon is both literal and figurative, as the outfit started in the subways of the Big Apple, filling the commuter's ears with their upbeat and rhythm orientated music. Join them for an extra special NYE show with soul and funk brass duo Brasstracks at the historic Gramercy Theater.

The Magpie Salute

January 19-22, 2017

Out of the ashes of the Black Crowes a new bird/band has risen in the form of The Magpie Salute, a reunion of original Crowes members Marc Ford on guitar, Sven Pipien on bass and fearless leader and co-founding member Rich Robinson. Along with musicians from Robinson's band, the trio will introduce their southern-fried blues rock to the world for the first time at New York's legendary Gramercy Theater in January 2016.

Russell Howard

May 6, 2017

Back after his critically acclaimed debut US tour in 2014, one of Britain's most successful young comedians will be once again making you squirm with his inimitably and sometimes rude yet always springy, cheerful comedy. With his impish personality and his boy-next-door smile, he creates joy from everyday observations, and is never afraid to poke fun at the news, and those who make it.

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