Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Things To Do In NYC and Some are on the Upper East Side

  • Tonight Keith Urban is at the Garden with Little Big Town.  He's a consistently good show.  I'd put him up there with a Springsteen, Cheap Trick or Tom Petty any day. 

  • This one came to my attention because Vincent D'Onofrio's name was attached to it.  He reads from his journals at Joe's Pub on January 31st.  while serenaded by Dana Lyn.  Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of show.  I can imagine it will be an intense evening. 

  • Feburary 6th at the 92Y It was Fifty Years Ago Today...Celebrating 50 years of The Beatles in the USA.  Paul and Ringo won't be there but Peter Asher, Donovan and Freda Kelly (one of the few Beatles employees that stayed with them throughout their 10 year career) will be joining Martin Lewis for conversations. The Beatles arrived at JFK on February 7, 1964 and music was changed forever. 
  • Armistead Maupin will be in a discussion (also on) February 6 at 7pm at Barnes & Noble on East 86th St.  His latest Tales from the City is titled The Days of Anna Madrigal: A Novel. 
  • If you want to venture to Times Square, Super Bowl Blvd is in full swing until Saturday night when Blondie closes it out with a show at 8pm on Broadway between 39th & 40th streets.   The Bacon Brothers are there tonight.  Can't imaging it's easy to perform in the weather we've been having. Parka Up. 

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