Phoenix is Playing A Free Show on April 5, 2013

Posted by The G on April 5, 2013 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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New York!  You’d better call in sick today and be at the box office of Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn by 10 am on April 5, 2013 as Phoenix will be playing a free show tonight.  The show is at 6 pm, so don’t miss your chance to see Phoenix for FREE!


NYC: Save The Date – Free Penguin Prison Show at Industry

Posted by The G on February 16, 2012 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Penguin Prison - Industry

Penguin Prison will perform live at Industry on February 28, 2012

Hey New York!  Save the date for what will surely be an epic night!  On February 28, 2012, Penguin Prison will perform a free set at Sweet Spot at Industry in New York City.

Sweet Spot is a weekly party hosted by the fabulous DJ/Producer Kevin Graves at Industry in Manhattan and the best news of all – this party is FREE!

Here’s all the details:

Industry is located at 355 West 52nd St in NYC.

The party begins at 11 PM on February 28, 2012 and runs until 2 AM!

See you there!


Gordon Voidwell is Street Art + Free Show

Posted by The G on February 7, 2011 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Gordon Voidwell

Multi-talented singer Gordon Voidwell is everywhere these days!  Showing up as street art and also offering up a free performance!

He’ll be playing the Brookyln Bowl on February 26, 2011 at 10:30 pm and you can go for free!  Simply RSVP at this link and enjoy a night of fabulous and free entertainment!

The Brooklyn Bowl is located at 61 Wythe Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

Hall and Oates – Live in Coney Island

Posted by The G on August 6, 2009 under G Reviews | Comments are off for this article

Hall and Oates.  Photos by G

Hall and Oates. Photos by G

It’s amazing what lengths people will go to for a free show.  Daryl Hall and John Oates, known more famously as Hall and Oates, did a free show tonight in New York’s Coney Island.  It seems that the most out of shape, and obnoxious New Yorkers came out to see this depression-friendly priced concert.  With that being said, I was determined to have a good time and I did.

I can’t recall the entire setlist as I am seriously in concert overload (but nevertheless, thanks universe, please give me some more!) but it went something like this…  If I am wrong, please feel free to correct me. You won’t hurt my feelings.


Maneater / Family Man / Out Of Touch / Say It Isn’t So / How Does it Feel to Be Back / Las Vegas Turnaround / It’s Uncanny / She’s Gne / One On One / Sara Smile / I Can’t Go For That / Rich Girl  / You Make My Dreams / Kiss On My List / Private Eyes

Daryl Hall must have been feeling the low energy of the crowd as he sat on a stool most of the night and wore sunglasses long after the sun went down.  Noticably absent from the set were “Adult Education,” “Method of Modern Love,” and “Possession Obsession,” but I am quite certain the crowd was never the wiser.

Say it isn't so!

Say it isn't so!

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