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Monday, March 15, 2010

Last week, Banjo or Freakout performed at Pianos on the Lower East Side, Jenny Scheinman entertained at Barb├Ęs in Park Slope and Soulive played at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg with special guest, Charlie Hunter.

The Very Best brought their cross-cultural dance music to the Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side, and renaissance man Henry Rollins recited spoken word at the Fillmore Irving Plaza in Union Square.

We weren't there, but fortunately you were. Check out the slideshow of photos you sent in from these shows, and more.

If you see live music in NYC, send us your pictures! Include a link to your website or Flickr in the comments below, or email culturedesk.dot.org.

Banjo or Freakout performed at Pianos on the Lower East Side on March 13.
Alexis Maindrault
Banjo or Freakout performed at Pianos on the Lower East Side on March 13.
Henry Rollins performed at the Fillmore Irving Plaza in Union Square on March 12.
Joe Madonna/flickr
Henry Rollins performed at the Fillmore Irving Plaza in Union Square on March 12.
White Hot Spotlight performed at the Delancey on the LES on March 8.
Don D'Aries/flickr
White Hot Spotlight performed at the Delancey on the LES on March 8.
Casiokids performed at Pianos on the Lower East Side on March 13.
Alexis Maindrault
Casiokids performed at Pianos on the Lower East Side on March 13.
Soulive performed with Nigel Hall and Charlie Hunter at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on March 9.
John Gullo/flickr
Soulive performed with Nigel Hall and Charlie Hunter at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on March 9.
Theophilus London performed at the Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side on March 12.
Chris Becker for Greenshoelace.com/flickr
Theophilus London performed at the Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side on March 12.
The Very Best performed at the Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side on March 12.
Chris Becker for Greenshoelace.com/flickr
The Very Best performed at the Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side on March 12.
Tragedy performed at the Bowery Ballroom on the LES on March 12.
Greg Notch/flickr
Tragedy performed at the Bowery Ballroom on the LES on March 12.
The Upper Crust performed at the Bowery Ballroom on the LES on March 12.
Greg Notch/flickr
The Upper Crust performed at the Bowery Ballroom on the LES on March 12.
Buke and Gass performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on March 12.
Kate Ehle/flickr
Buke and Gass performed at the Bell House in Gowanus on March 12.
Shilpa Ray and her Happy Hookers performed at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village on March 10.
Insky/flickr
Shilpa Ray and her Happy Hookers performed at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village on March 10.
Gogol Bordello performed at the Fillmore Irving Plaza in Union Square on March 9.
Alexis Maindrault/flickr
Gogol Bordello performed at the Fillmore Irving Plaza in Union Square on March 9.
A Classic Education performed at Pianos on the LES on March 13.
Alexis Maindrault
A Classic Education performed at Pianos on the LES on March 13.
Jenny Scheinman performed with Mary Halvorson at Barbes in Park Slope on March 9.
Peter Gannushkin/flickr
Jenny Scheinman performed with Mary Halvorson at Barbes in Park Slope on March 9.
Tony Malaby performed with the Kris Davis Quartet at Barbes in Park Slope on March 10.
Peter Gannushkin/flickr
Tony Malaby performed with the Kris Davis Quartet at Barbes in Park Slope on March 10.
Choir of Young Believers performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on March 10.
Christi Shingara/flickr
Choir of Young Believers performed at Union Hall in Park Slope on March 10.

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paul

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Mar. 16 2010 02:43 PM

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