Quips and summaries from experiencing and appreciating music in a city that is as foreign and familiar as they come - New York. So here is to music anywhere and everywhere. Starting from concert one on week one after the move in 2009.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Quick observation while riding the F train

There is an overwhelming amount of places to see music in New York and such a radical range of prices to pay to see live acts, room to stand and dance, routes and distances to travel to attend, time that the doors open versus when everything actually gets started, and most annoyingly the radical range in the cost of a beer. Did you know it was always $6 lukewarm beer in plastic cup night at Terminal 5? I have to find my favorite venues and stick to them stat. So far le Poisson Rouge and The Bell House are the leaders.
I can offer a big THANK YOU to www.ohmyrockness.com and www.brooklynvegan.com, two early finds in my research of the NYC music scene for helping sort through the noise of abundance and put the information into digestible form.

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