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There's something about Foals' energetic live show that stirs the younger, more idealistic concertgoer inside of you.

Foals launches a packed Brooklyn Bowl into orbit

April 1st, 2019

There's something about Foals' energetic live show that stirs the younger, more idealistic concertgoer inside of you.

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    The singer-songwriter favored album cuts, covers and lesser-known songs over a set of radio staples during his 90-minute show.

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    Songs have already been recorded for an album due out once band members agree upon a unique way to release it. From there, more local ...

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    Queen + Adam Lambert played Las Vegas last year, a summer tour stop at T-Mobile Arena that blasted through the icon-level British rock band’s hits ...

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    The Irish quartet makes inspired use of technology and narrative visuals during the first of two local shows.

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    "The Crown Jewels" is coming in September and tickets go on sale May 11.

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    It might be more than three decades since the Furs first broke, but Saturday’s gig made one thing clear—these are songs that last a lifetime.

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    He channels Radiohead, Faces-era Rod Stewart, Of Montreal and Townes Van Zandt on his latest album—and that’s just on the first of its four sides.

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    Also: Wanda Jackson, and several new Brooklyn Bowl and Bunkhouse shows.

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    Also: Loads of new Bunkhouse and Beauty Bar bookings, and a new Venetian residency.

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    Also: Kid Rock and a slew of bookings for Brooklyn Bowl

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    Also: Kelly Clarkson, a pair of New Year’s Eve shows and Elton John’s final Million Dollar Piano dates.

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    Also: Black Label Society and a slew of new Brooklyn Bowl shows.

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    Also: Unsane, Life is Sh*t Festival and another Moody Blues run

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    The duo and its six-piece backing group sprinkled in a cluster of relative rarities, while rearranging other parts of the two-hour, 23-song concert.

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    Ticketholders for the September 2 Grand Garden Arena show can seek out refunds at point of purchase.

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    Not all shows need an encore, though Saturday’s deserved one.

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    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.

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    The former Pink Floyd principal pulls off another arena-sized stunner during a fiery, politically charged performance.

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    From Dark Side of the Moon to new solo album Is This the Life We Really Want?, Waters has spent a career speaking his mind ...

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