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The Pixies @ Brooklyn Steel

The Pixies @ Brooklyn Steel

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The Damned @ WARSAW

The Damned @ WARSAW

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“Monkey’s Gone To Heaven” – The Pixies

“Sweet Soul Sister” – The Cult

“Tambourine” – Eve

Still Kickin’ After All These Years

Alive N’ Kickin’ couldn’t be a more appropriate name for this classic rock cover band, which has continued to perform hit music for more than 40 years.

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A Soulful Glimpse At ‘7 Summers’

Debuting at no. 1 on the iTunes Jazz charts, 7 Summers is the latest gem from jazz keyboardist Shaun Martin, who is best known for his Grammy Award winning work with gospel artist Kirk Franklin and the Brooklyn-based instrumental fusion ensemble Snarky Puppy.

Martin’s debut album, 7 Summers, is an incredibly unique and rhythmic composition that shows his stylistic range and gives listeners a glimpse into his musical process.

Growing up in Dallas, Texas, Martin began studying music at just 4-years-old, under the instruction of Carolyn Campbell—for whom he dedicated the last track of his my album “Closing Credits (A Requiem for Carolyn).” Today, he serves as the Minister of Music at Friendship-West Baptist Church in Dallas. 

‘Panic’ on the Streets of Flatbush

Grab yourself a “Tall Boy” because Widespread Panic is coming to town, on April 24 and 25, for a two-night performance at Brooklyn’s newly restored King’s Theatre.

The five-member Blues-inspired jam rock band has been touring steadily since 1986, making their way as one the top 50 grossing acts touring for eight years straight, despite the assistance of radio play, television appearances or retail store promotions.

This Friday and Saturday night, the band will make one the most exciting stops of their spring 2015 tour, at the historic Loew’s Kings Theatre.

A New York City landmark, the theatre opened in 1929, as one of five “wonder theatres” in the Metropolitan area. After the decline of vaudeville, the 3,676 seat theatrical marvel was turned into a movie house, which showcased Hollywood blockbusters and feature films for thousands of Brooklyn movie-goers until it shuttered its doors on Aug. 30, 1977.

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