4 Nov 2014, by RyanEmmen
starts on 14 Nov 2014,
ends on 23 Nov 2014
CitizenM hotel Times Square, New York, NY, United States
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Since 2009, Live in Your Living Room organizes the Live in Your Living Room NYC Festival. Each year, one emerging, promising act from the Netherlands is featured, alongside NYC-acts co-billing each concert-night. Aside from the usual real living rooms, each edition of the Live in Your Living Room NYC Festival we like to include a few venues. Each edition of the Live in Your Living Room NYC Festival we like to include a few venues in NYC. So far we had venues regular hosting our shows, like Chelsea Hotel (23rd), Gershwin Hotel, Sidewalk Café, Rockshop (BK), Northeast Kingdom (BK), Littlefield (BK). Also, Live in Your Living Room collaborated with local music festivals, such as the Brooklyn Indie Music Festival.
Live In Your Living Room is an international house concert network for alternative pop music in Europe and the United States, based in the Netherlands. Since its start in 2002, 500+ acts played Live in Your Living Room at 750 concerts. Live in Your Living room organizes its concerts, is a broker between the hosts, artists and visitors. Their active concert series of around a 100 shows a year include The Netherlands, Belgium, NYC,
This year's featured act is singer/songwriter Ruud Houweling. His band Cloudmachine, recently has won the popular vote of the American Independent Music Awards, category Indie/Alt.Rock.
To check out the full schedule click here (PDF).
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