Tonight: Mieka Pauley at The Rockwood Music Hall and Arum Rae at The Mercury Lounge

August 28, 2015

Mieka Pauley Rockwood 3-21-15

Tonight, there’s a late night Lower East Side doubleheader on tap.  It starts at the original stage of The Rockwood Music Hall tonight, at 9pm.  There you’ll find Mieka Pauley playing her monthly Rockwood show.  Mieka is an incisive writer, a powerful singer and a fine blues guitarist.  Whether she is singing her own songs or playing a few choice covers, you’ll find yourself moved by Mieka’s performance.  So take this opportunity to see her.

Arum Rae

Once Mieka’s show has finished, walk three blocks east on Houston Street.  There, just a few feet from the corner of Essex Street is The Mercury Lounge, where Arum Rae will play a set at the stroke of midnight.  Arum is a singer and songwriter (she has cowritten material with The Civil WarsJohn Paul White and Steve McEwan of Melody Kills).  I’ve seen Arum play several shows over the years and in those shows her songs have run the gamut between indie rock and blues. In any event, Arum will grab your attention.

Mieka Pauley, Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street between Houston and Stanton Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit), 10pm, No Cover (but a contribution for the band is highly recommended)

Arum Rae, Mercury Lounge, 217 East Houston Street between Ludlow and Essex Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit, F Train to Delancey Street or M or J Trains to Essex Street), Midnight, $10


News and Notes

February 7, 2015

Leslie Mendelson Weir Here

Leslie Mendelson has just updated her website.  You’ll find news and photos and the like as well as Leslie’s music there.  Part of that music is the complete self-titled album from Leslie’s band from a few years back, Melody Kills. That album was sold at shows for a while, but it was never officially released, which was always a shame, because it is a great record which deserves to be heard.  So take this opportunity to head over to Leslie’s website and listen to it.  Leslie will also be appearing at City Winery tomorrow at 8pm.

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You can now follow Now I’ve Heard Everything on Instagram.  I’ll be posting photos from shows I’m at in real time there.  Some, although not all, of those photos might eventually get posted here too.  I’ve already posted some pics from this week’s shows on Instagram.  Just look for nowiveheardeverything there.


Tonight: Arum Rae at The Rockwood Music Hall

February 6, 2014

Arum Rae

Arum Rae is a singer and songwriter (she has cowritten material with The Civil WarsJohn Paul White and Steve McEwan of Melody Kills).  She tried living in New York City recently, but decided that Austin was more to her liking and returned there.  I’ve seen Arum play several shows recently and in those shows her songs have run the gamut between indie rock and blues. In any event, Arum will grab your attention.

Arum Rae, The Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street between Houston and Stanton Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit), 10pm, No Cover (but a contribution for the band is highly recommended)


Tonight: Arum Rae at Glasslands

May 12, 2013

Arum Rae

Arum Rae is a singer and songwriter (she has cowritten material with The Civil WarsJohn Paul White and Steve McEwan of Melody Kills).  She tried living in New York City recently, but decided that Austin was more to her liking and returned there.  So tonight’s show is our last chance to see Arum for a while.  I’ve seen Arum play several shows recently and in those shows her songs have run the gamut between indie rock and blues. In any event, Arum will grab your attention.  She is headlining a bill that includes Wyatt and Diane Birch.

Arum Rae, Glasslands, 289 Kent Avenue between South 1st and South 2nd Streets (L Train to Bedford Avenue, G Train to Metropolitan Avenue (but note that the G Train is on a limited and curtailed schedule) or J Train to Marcy Avenue), show 8:30pm, $10


Tonight: Ana Egge at The Rockwood Music Hall, Arum Rae at The 11th Street Bar and The Strummerville Benefit at The Bowery Electric

January 29, 2013

Choices LargeIf you looked at the January music calendar,  you have noticed that there are a bunch of sold out shows over the next few days.  However, there are some good shows which are still available to you, particualrly tonight.

Over at The Rockwood Music HallAna Egge and The Ohiomen will take the stage at 8pm.  You can expect to hear songs from Ana’s last album, which was produced by Steve Earle, in the set set of Americana roots rock.

A bit further uptown at The 11th Street Bar, Arum Rae will play between 9 and 11pm.  Recently moved to NYC, Arum is a singer and songwriter (she has cowritten material with The Civil WarsJohn Paul White and Steve McEwan of Melody Kills).  I’ve seen Arum play several shows recently and in those shows her songs have run the gamut between indie rock and blues. In any event, Arum will grab your attention.

Finally, at 11pm, over at The Bowery Electric, the late show (the early show is sold out) of  Strummerville, a benefit concert to celebrate the life and music of Joe Strummer and The Clash begins.  The house band for the show will feature Todd Youth, Tad Kubler, Sam Hopkins, Michael Wildwood, Randy Schrager, Catherine Popper and Derek Cruz, with performances by Ivan Julian, Brian Fallon, H.R., Jesse Malin, Joseph Arthur, Willie Nile, Jeffrey Gaines, Shannon Funchess, Matthew Ryan, Michelle Casillas, Walter Lure, So So Glos, Vanessa Bley, Felice Rosser, Jasno Swarez, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Leo Mintek, Jack Ridley III, The Young Things, Mick Stitch, Mike Montali, Jenny Jenny and a spoken word performance by Bob Gruen.

This show will benefit Strummerville, a charity set up by the friends and family of Joe Strummer in the year after his death, which offers support, resources and performance opportunities to artists who would not normally have access to them.

Ana Egge, Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street between Houston and Stanton Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit), 8pm, No Cover (but a contribution for the band is highly recommended)

Arum Rae, 11th Street Bar, 510 E. 11th Street between Avenues A &B (Any train to 14th Street or L Train to 1st Avenue, then transfer to the 14 A bus to 11th Street), 9pm, No Cover (but a contribution for the band is highly recommended)

Strummervile, The Bowery Electric, 327 Bowery between 2nd and 3rd Streets (6 Train to Bleecker Street or Astor Place, F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 2nd Avenue exit), 11pm, $30


Tonight: Ana Egge and Freddie Stevenson at The Rockwood Music Hall and Arum Rae at The 11th Street Bar

January 22, 2013

Choices Large

Tonight you can see one, two or perhaps even all three of the fine shows listed below.  Over at The Rockwood Music HallAna Egge and The Ohiomen will take the stage at 8pm.  You can expect to hear songs from Ana’s last album, which was produced by Steve Earle, in the set set of Americana roots rock.

After Ana, Freddie Stevenson will take over the stage at The Rockwood at 9pm.  Freddie’s original music has a little bit of everything in it including folk and English music hall, and he’s an engaging performer. If you’d like a taste of what’s in store for you just check out this video of Baby I Own This Town from a recent show.

A bit further uptown at The 11th Street Bar, Arum Rae will play between 9 and 11pm.  Recently moved to NYC, Arum is a singer and songwriter (she has cowritten material with The Civil WarsJohn Paul White and Steve McEwan of Melody Kills).  I’ve seen Arum play two shows recently and in those shows her songs have run the gamut between indie rock and blues. In any event, Arum will grab your attention.

Although tonight presents some difficult choices, whatever show or shows you choose will be good.

Ana Egge (8pm), Freddie Stevenson (9pm), Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street between Houston and Stanton Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit), No Cover (but a contribution for each bands is highly recommended)

Arum Rae, 11th Street Bar, 510 E. 11th Street between Avenues A &B (Any train to 14th Street or L Train to 1st Avenue, then transfer to the 14 A bus to 11th Street), 9pm, No Cover (but a contribution for the band is highly recommended)


Tonight: Spend the Night at The Rockwood Music Hall with Bryan Dunn, Freddie Stevenson, Melody Kills and Full Vinyl

June 12, 2012

Tonight The Rockwood Music Hall has four good shows.  So why not just get there early, stay late and see some wonderful music?  Bryan Dunn is up first at 8pm.  You will hear songs from Bryan’s new album, Sweetheart of the Music Hall, whose title track is a tribute to The Rockwood.  Then at 9pm, Freddie Stevenson will play another in his series of Tuesday night shows.  Tonight Freddie will have his band with him, so prepare to rock out to literate tunes detailing life and love in 21st century New York City.

At 9:30pm, Leslie Mendelson and Steve McEwan a/k/a Melody Kills will take the stage at The Rockwood Music Hall’s Stage 2.  That of course presents a dilemma: leave Freddie Stevenson early or join Melody Kills late?  Whatever you do, just be sure you are back at The Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 at 11:30pm when Full Vinyl, the monthly compendium of cover songs organized by Tony Miceli and played by a rotating cast of Rockwood-based musicians will present 90’s Rock.

Bryan Dunn (8pm), Freddie Stevenson (9pm), Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen Street between Houston and Stanton Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit), No Cover (but a contribution for each band is highly recommended)

Melody Kills (9:30pm), Full Vinyl Vol. 6: 90s Rock (11:30pm), Rockwood Stage 2, 196 Allen Street between Houston and Stanton Streets (F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 1st Avenue exit), No Cover (but a contribution for each band is highly recommended)


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