Oh man, there’s so much great live music happening in NYC this summer. Summer is this 106thstreeter’s favorite season, especially in the Baked Apple. Many locals head out-of-town, extending their weekends, pulling in Fridays and/or Mondays, making the city as calm as you can get for the city that never sleeps. The overwhelmingly beautiful musicians who call themselves Tinariwen, from the great country of Mali, return to NYC in July at the Highline Ballroom. We’ll be there.
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