2020欧洲杯预选赛结果

March 14.

Angélique Kidjo

Angélique Kidjo entered the world in 1960, the same year that her native Benin declared its independence. At Carnegie Hall, the indefatigable singer salutes that anniversary and those of other...

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2020欧洲杯预选赛结果March 16-19 and March 22.

Aventura

2020欧洲杯预选赛结果Like many boy bands of the early two-thousands, Aventura drew screaming, starry-eyed fans to stadium shows with honeyed melodies and aching romance. But the Bronx-born quartet was markedly different from...

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March 9.

Bonnie (Prince) Billy

Jonathan Richman and Will Oldham are separated by generation, stage temperament, and style of song. Yet when Oldham, a.k.a. Bonnie (Prince) Billy, explained to an interviewer that he...

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March 6-7.

Boss Baritones

Frank Basile and Gary Smulyan share a mutual affection for the baritone—a leviathan of the saxophone family—and for the work of the late Pepper Adams, the...

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March 14.

Cassy

The house-music artist Cassy Britton earned global notice as a mid-two-thousands resident at Berlin’s Panoramabar, where she spun austere minimal techno with rough-and-ready brio. For more than a decade,...

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March 10-15.

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah

2020欧洲杯预选赛结果The trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah is fine with you calling his music jazz, as long as it’s a description and not a definition. Open-eared improvisation, groove, and texture&...

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March 10-11.

Dashboard Confessional

2020欧洲杯预选赛结果Dashboard Confessional’s début, “The Swiss Army Romance,” was largely just a man, Chris Carrabba, and his guitar laying bare his feelings in songs that were equally wounded and raw....

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March 6.

Dry Cleaning

2020欧洲杯预选赛结果The glamorously intelligent post-punk that was incubated in English art colleges forty years ago is reconstituted with panache in Dry Cleaning: it’s almost shocking to hear lyrics referencing not...

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Feb. 25-March 7.

Joan Osborne

Artists from far outside the world of cabaret have successfully infiltrated the current Café Carlyle roster. Among the once unlikely is the alt-rock songstress Joan Osborne, best known for her...

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March 15.

Jorge Drexler

Though the Uruguayan singer Jorge Drexler has fiddled with electronic sounds and pop arrangements on past albums, his 2017 release, “Salvavidas de Hielo,” was a return to the acoustic folksiness...

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March 16.

Kalie Shorr

2020欧洲杯预选赛结果The Nashville-based singer-songwriter Kalie Shorr is up front about her propensity to bare it all and sometimes overshare. “Too Much to Say,” the first track on her début album, “Open...

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March 12-15.

Kandace Springs

No one could accuse the understated yet tough-minded singer Kandace Springs of disrespecting her elders. On her new album, “The Women Who Raised Me,” Springs reëxamines the legacies of a...

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March 12.

Leif

The Welsh-born London electronic musician Leif Knowles has spent most of his career as a cult favorite, crafting house and techno tracks with a scruffy, handmade feel that borders on...

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March 7.

Maurice Fulton

There’s always something a little wobbly going on in the music that Maurice Fulton is involved with. The New York native is nominally a house producer and d.j....

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March 10-15.

Peter Bernstein

Although Peter Bernstein cut his teeth, in the early nineties, alongside such audacious players as Brad Mehldau, you won’t find the guitarist messing with tone-altering effects or covering Radiohead...

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March 17.

Rod Wave

In another life and time, the Florida rapper Rod Wave would’ve been a bluesman. His wrenching songs transform pain—ceaseless, existential pain—into raw and soulful hip-hop...

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March 14.

ShooterGang Kony

2020欧洲杯预选赛结果Chaos rules the music of ShooterGang Kony, whose unruly lyrics are surpassed only by off-kilter flows that dare you to question rhythm and time. At first glance, the Sacramento rapper...

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March 12.

Sorry

Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen, the young Londoners who pilot Sorry, met in day school and predominately record at home. Despite the cozy circumstances, this band sings only to...

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March 12.

Sudan Archives

Avant-garde violin and experimental R. & B. find a shared language in the music of Sudan Archives. Her first EPs,...

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