January 2014 concert listings now available

January has an unusually long list of amazing concerts (a full list is available here). I would like to highlight these in particular:

  • Jan 4: Yoni Kretzmer 2Bass Quartet with Sean Conly, Reuben Radding, Mike Pride and guest Assif Tsahar at Ibeam Brooklyn 8:30 pm
  • Jan 4: Mary Halvorson Quintet with Jonathan Finlayson, Jon Irabagon, John Hébert, Ches Smith at BAMCafé 9 pm
  • Jan 6: Kris Davis Infrasound with Ben Goldberg, Oscar Noriega, Andrew Bishop, Joachim Badenhorst, Nate Radley, Gary Versace, Jim Black at Roulette 8 pm $20
  • Jan 7: Sifter: Kirk Knuffke, Mary Halvorson, Matt Wilson at Korzo 9 pm
  • Jan 10: Peter Evans solo at Issue Project Room 8 pm $10
  • Jan 12: Tomas Fujiwara & The Hook Up with Jonathan Finlayson, Brian Settles, Mary Halvorson, Michael Formanek at Cornelia Street Café 8:30 pm $10
  • Jan 14: Kris Davis Capricorn Climber with Mat Maneri, Ingrid Laubrock, Trevor Dunn, Tom Rainey at Cornelia Street Café 8:30 pm $10
  • Jan 14-19: Steve Lehman Octet with Jonathan Finlayson, Mark Shim, Tim Albright, Chris Dingman, Jose Davila, Drew Gress, Tyshawn Sorey at The Stone 8, 9:30 pm $15
  • Jan 15: Adam Hopkins’ Haverchuck with Nathaniel Morgan, Eric Trudel, Josh Sinton, Jonathan Goldberger, Devin Gray at Barbès 8 pm $10
  • Jan 18: Michael Bates’ Acrobat with Chris Speed, Russ Johnson, Russ Lossing, Dan Weiss at Cornelia Street Café 9, 10:30 pm $15
  • Jan 22: Fay Victor Ensemble with Anders Nilsson, Ken Filiano at Roulette 8 pm $20
  • Jan 22: Ingrid Laubrock Group with Tim Berne, Ben Gerstein, Dan Peck, Tom Rainey at Barbès 8 pm $10
  • Jan 26: Ingrid Laubrock, Sam Pluta, Nate Wooley at Legion Bar 8 pm $10-14
  • Jan 27: Nate Wooley Quintet with Josh Sinton, Matt Moran, Eivind Opsvik, Harris Eisenstadt at Douglass Street Music Collective 8 pm $10
  • Jan 29: Deric Dickens’ The Dickens Campaign with Kirk Knuffke, Jesse Lewis at Barbès 8 pm $10

Cisco BradleyJanuary 2014 concert listings now available

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