The Very Best of NYC Music

CocoRosie, Brandi Carlile, Anne Steele and Ks Choice!

K’s Choice is back with a new full-length album, The Phantom Cowboy, released on Sep 18. The Belgian brother/sister duo of Sarah and Gert Bettens deliver the most honest, gritty, straight-ahead rock album of their career, as made evident in the first single “Private Revolution,” out now on iTunes. Mark your calendar for the official NYC CD release show on Oct 16, when the band’s label, MPress Records, presents its seventh MPressFest CMJ at The Cutting Room. MPressFest CMJ 2015 will highlight K's Choice and A Fragile Tomorrow, along with NYC favorites Matt Nakoa and amazing flagship artist Rachael Sage.

Sisters Bianca and Sierra Casady, a.k.a. CocoRosie, have hit the road again and are coming to you at the legendary Webster Hall for one night only on Sep 25. Following the release of their new album Heartache City earlier in the month, this incredibly creative and talented duo is sure to rock your world.

Tarrytown Music Hall presents A Very Special Solo Evening with Joan Armatrading Sep 27. The three-time Grammy nominee is bringing her distinctive voice and stunning musicianship to Tarrytown for only one night, so get your tickets now.

Brandi Carlile will rock Radio City Music Hall on Oct 9. This is your chance to see the alt-country/folk-rock singer-songwriter live at this iconic venue, performing songs from her new album The Firewatcher’s Daughter.

We absolutely adore Anne Steele, who has been touring the country this year after the release of her new EP, What’s Mine. On Oct 23 she’s bringing that tour to Brooklyn and a brand new space in Williamsburg, The Hall at MP. Steele’s amazing backing band will be led by her producer and co-writer Erik James, featuring backing vocals by Laura Pavles and Jon Satrom. Don’t miss this one-night-only event!

Donna the Buffalo and Peter Rowan are teaming up with Ben Cohen for The Stampede, a tour to raise awareness about the inappropriate use of corporate money in politics. At the Highline Ballroom on Nov 12, enjoy some amazing music while helping to “stamp out” corrupt corporations’ involvement in politics by buying Stampede stamps for a suggested $5 donation!

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