Cafe du Nord

Café du Nord re-establishing itself as a full-time music venue

Miss Café du Nord from the good old days of rock 'n' roll? There's exciting news then. The historic spot will officially return to being a full-time music venue beginning...
Baby's All Right

Baby’s All Right, the Williamsburg venue worth coming back to anytime

Our first venue profile features a staple of the Williamsburg live music scene, perennial favorite Baby's All Right. Along with highlighting some of our favorite artists and ones we...
Métier

Métier, Seattle’s paradise for cyclists, coffee lovers, music & more

Capitol Hill just gained a unique music space for you and 199 of your closest friends (or strangers), named Métier. What used to be an old auto garage was converted...
Club Vinyl Denver rooftop

Vinyl, where an entirely new world of music is only one flight of stairs...

Before the internet, people discovered new music by walking into a store and rummaging around the vinyl records. At Denver's Vinyl, there are no vinyl records (well,...
The Echo and the Echoplex Los Angeles

Get right in the face of your favorite band at the Echo and the...

It’s time! We’re taking our Venue Profile series bi-coastal, and what’s a better introduction to the Los Angeles music scene than the stalwart Echo and its sister...
Neumos

Neumos and the legend of Moe’s Mo’Roc’N Café

Located in the heart of Seattle, Neumos sits right on the infamous old auto row on Capitol Hill. In the earlier days (circa 1992, when it was founded),...
The Knitting Factory Brooklyn

Inside the chameleon appeal of Williamsburg’s Knitting Factory

The latest incarnation of the Knitting Factory sits at the intersection of Havemeyer Street and Metropolitan Avenue, conveniently located squarely on the beaten path of Williamsburg. Formerly a Tribeca staple (and before...
Horseshoe Tavern

Celebrating 70 years of music at Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern

At the very beginning, the building that became the Horseshoe Tavern was opened as a blacksmith shop in 1861. Fast forward to 1947, when Jack Starr wanted to...
Troubadour nightclub

The Troubadour Nightclub, a West Hollywood staple for over 60 years

In 1957, an ordinary coffee house on La Cienaga Boulevard unexpectedly closed down one day, only to reopen shortly thereafter as the Troubadour nightclub of Santa Monica fame. West Hollywood...
Coda Philly

If you don’t know Coda, do you even know Philly music?

Coda is in incredible venue, nightclub, and event space in Philadelphia. Located within the busy Rittenhouse Square neighborhood of downtown Philly, the venue has live performances and DJ...

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