Friday, September 23, 2016


Just about a week left of live music for me, before I pack up and head off to parts unknown. Here are some of the shows I am thinking about going out on.

Jah Wobble plays the Rock'n'Roll Hotel tonight. This is a great opportunity to see one of the most influential post punk bassists.

Marlon Williams hits the DC9 this Saturday, the 24th.

The Renderers ply their trade at Galaxy Hut with Insect Factory opening. This happens on Sunday the 25th.
Seaworthy from jorgedavies on Vimeo.

Jeff the Brotherhood makes way to the Black Cat on Monday, September 26th.

Elliott Moss latches on to the DC9 on Wednesday, September 28th.

Bob Moses parts the seas to journey to the 9:30 Club on Thursday, September 29th. If you want a homier night out with a big name, try John Hall at the Electric Maid. You can ask him about his infamous album cover (he hasn't heard that one before).

And the mighty Poster Children hit the DC9 on Friday, September 30th. I am booked, but wish I was there.

I will be finishing off things with Opeth at Radio City Music Hall on Saturday October 1st. Seems like a fitting way to go, as Opeth does it all' musically.

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