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Other Upcoming Shows
The Musical Box: “50th Anniversary Celebration of Genesis”
Sebastian Maniscalco: Stay Hungry Tour
An Evening with Ray Allen
This Is Us Star Chrissy Metz
Neo Soul presents Song Dongye
Stuff You Should Know
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Live : Starring Rachel Bloom
Piff The Magic Dragon
Tiffany Haddish: #SheReady
David Foster: HITMAN Tour
Roy Wood Jr.
Jenna & Barbara Bush: Sisters First Tour
Festival of Praise
The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts
Dweezil Zappa: Choice Cuts!
Anthony Jeselnik: Funny Games
The Bodega Boys Live Ft. Desus Nice & The Kid Mero
Dark Star Orchestra
Lil Rel Howery
The Fab Faux
Ledisi – Let The Love Rule Tour
Bonnie Prince Billy
MIDDLEDITCH AND SCHWARTZ
Back To The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl
The Second City: Made in America
It’s Me Again: An Aparna Nancherla Tour
Blood, Sweat & Tears – 2018
A dictionary entry for the word “influential” might easily place a picture of Television and stop there. The band has a devout following worldwide and has had a major effect on British post-punk rock as well as American indie rock.
Starting in New York’s East Village in 1973, the band, consisting of Tom Verlaine, Richard Hell, Billy Ficca and Richard Lloyd, were at the center of the scene soon to be labeled punk. The band crystalized with the departure of Hell in 1975 and the addition of Fred Smith on Bass.
Television’s debut album released in February 1977 Marquee Moon was hailed by critics as one of the most striking and original recording debuts in years. The scissory, cascading guitar lines, the jabbing vocals, and the “psychotic calypso” drumming demonstrated that there was nothing punky or muddled about Television — it has the silvery clarity of a poised knife