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Dirty Water Dogs Cajun/Zydeco/Funk 3rd Monday of every month The Ear Inn 326 Spring Street btwn Greenwich and Washington (212) 431-9750 12am-3am cover, no … tip bucket, yes http://earinn.com/ http://dirtywaterdogsnyc.com/ https://www.facebook.com/events/388064144713028/Save
Dervisi Exotic Greek Gangsta Blues Espresso 77 35-57 77th Street (just off of 37th Avenue) Jackson Heights, NY 11372 718-424-1077 8:30pm-10pm https://www.facebook.com/DervisiBand http://espresso77.com/ https://www.facebook.com/events/1568198653446559/Save
Monica Passin w/Drina Seay & Homeboy Steve Parkside Lounge (212) 673-6270 317 E. Houston & Attorney NYC, New York 10002 11pm http://www.parksidelounge.net https://www.reverbnation.com/lilmothemonicats http://www.drinaseay.com/ http://homeboysteve.com https://www.facebook.com/events/456410911180850/Save
Sounds Like: Allman Brothers Band, Drina Seay, C. W. Stoneking, Li'l Mo & The Monicats, Levon Helm
Label: Mon Bijou
Bio: Stephen B. Antonakos, AKA Homeboy Steve, first gained in his hometown of New York City as guitar player and singer with the General Sherman Band who won the 1985 Village Voice Street Performer competition. They played "classic rock" covers before it became a catch phrase. The late eighties and ea...See Full Bio
“The album is just as much about tunesmithing as it is about the guitars. The title track opens it – it’s a wry look at how audiences live vicariously through musicians, especially if they’ve gotten to the point where they’ve left their own dreams behind. Behind Antonakos – who’s really done a good job pulling his vocals together here – there’s Neil Thomas on piano, Skip Ward on bass, Kenny Soule on drums and Seay on characteristically crystalline, spine-tingling vocal harmonies. Antonakos follows the wistful ballad December Roses with the album’s best track, I Don’t Miss Summer, a killer garage-pop hit driven by Bruce Martin’s roller-rink organ. Tomorrow’s Girl nicks the changes from Bob Seger’s Turn the Page and turns it into a brooding, restless acoustic Nashville gothic tune. After that, there’s Live it Down, a shuffling oldschool garage rock tune done as jangleroc , and then the album’s closing cut, Better Off With the Blues, an elegantly swinging so”