Tonight there’s a nice late night doubleheader in store for you on the Lower East Side and East Village as long as you don’t mind traveling a bit between shows. First up at 10pm is Bryan Dunn at the original stage of The Rockwood Music Hall. Bryan has a knack for storytelling in his songs. Originally from Austin, Bryan can be funny, sardonic or touching, sometimes all in the same song. Word out there is that in addition to this own material, Bryan is going to unleash a brand new cover tune at tonight’s show.
Once Bryan is finished make your way by foot, bus or cab up to Avenue A and 6th Street. There, at 11pm, The Pin Ups will take over the music. The band named themselves after the David Bowie album in which David covered his favorite English songs from the 60s. And songs from the 60s, some well known and some obscure, is what this band plays. Included in The Pin Ups are Mo Goldner and Eric Seftel from Spanking Charlene plus James McCarthy and Mitch Zykofsky.
Bryan Dunn, 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 musicians is highly recommended)
Pin Ups, Sidewalk Cafe, 94 Avenue A at 6th Street (any train to 14th Street, L Train to 1st Avenue, F Train to Delancey Street or J or M Trains to Essex Street, then transfer to M14A Bus to 6th Street) 11pm, No Cover (but a contribution for the musicians is highly recommended)