This event is 21 and over The day after the 2016 presidential election, singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane boarded a train at Penn Station and traveled 8,980 miles around the continental U.S. with no phone or internet access, talking to dozens of strangers in an attempt to better understand his country and fellow citizens. The resulting album, Book of Travelers, marks Gabriel's debut for Nonesuch Records. By turns sprawling and intimate, this collection of songs is at once a prayer for empathy and reconciliation, as well as an unflinching examination of the complex and often troubled history of the United States.
Venue: Rockwood Music Hall 2
196 Allen St Map
Lucidious at The Mercury Lounge
Wed | 9:30 pm
Age Limit: 18 and Over Lucidious grew up outside of Washington, D.C. He and other members of his label now reside in Los Angeles, CA. Lucidious has multiple albums and has accumulated hundreds of tho...
Snoop Dogg I Wanna Thank Me Tour at Gramercy Theatre
Wed | 7PM
Age Restriction: 16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian...
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Wed | 8PM
Age Limit: 18 and Over For nearly two decades he's been the "J Roddy Walston" of the "and the Business". Now he's just him, and a whole rack of songs…. and a moving truck full of synths, pianos, tape...