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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Last week, Nora Jones performed at the bandshell in Prospect Park to open the Celebrate Brooklyn concert series, the Backstreet Boys reunited at Hammerstein Ballroom and Jose Gonzalez performed with Junip at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn.

We weren't there, but fortunately, you were. Check out the shots you snapped here.

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@wnyc.org.

Alexis Maindrault
Norah Jones performed at the Prospect Park Bandshell on June 9.
Greorgia Kral/flickr
Pocahaunted performed at Glasslands in Williamsburg on June 11.
Greenshoelace/flickr
French Horn Rebellion performed at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on June 12.
A Horse WIth No Name Photography/flickr
Jose Gonzalez performed (with Junip) at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn on June 11.
Dinny
Major Lazer performed at Webster Hall in the East Village on June 12.
Georgia Kral/flickr
Sleep Over performed at Glasslands in Williamsburg on June 11.
Greenshoelace/flickr
Andy Butler (Hercules And The Love Affair) performed a DJ set at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on June 12.
Greenshoelace/flickr
Leroy Justice performed at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on June 12.
Devyn Manibo/flickr
Camera Obscura performed at Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom on June 7.
Alex Chickosky/flickr
Rubblebucket performed a concert cruise up the Hudson and around NY harbor on June 11.
Maria Gavioli/flickr
Backstreet Boys performed at Hammerstein Ballroom on June 10.

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