Brooklyn Bowl

Baltimore’s premiere four-piece funk outfit Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will rebroadcast its “Halftime Hall of Fame” livestream on Monday, February 15th at 8 PM ET. Recorded live at Brooklyn Bowl, the show paid homage to some of the most memorable Super Bowl halftime performances of the past few decades.

In 2016, The Hold Steady started Massive Nights, a four-night celebration of the band's music and community -- a tradition held annually at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, New York. On what would have been the 5th Anniversary of this legendary rock 'n' roll gathering, The Hold Steady return to Brooklyn Bowl for a special 3-night live stream event on FANS beginning Thursday, December 3 through Saturday, December 5.

FANS is excited to present Margo Price and her two-night, full-band, crowdless shows, live from Brooklyn Bowl Nashville on September 9 and 10. Fresh off the release of her new album, That's How Rumors Get Started, Price is ready to unleash her scorching rock 'n' roll from her home base, Nashville.

Sexy jam rockers Ghost Light lit up the stage at the iconic Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, NY with their unique blend of acid and funk mixed with indie jam rock. The band is led by jam scene veteran and guitarist Tom Hamilton (Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Brother’s Past, American Babies), as well as guitarist Raina Mullen (American Babies).

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead will be playing a benefit concert for the non-profit organization HeadCount at Brooklyn Bowl on November 25th, making their first Brooklyn Bowl appearance in over two years.

Last week, the musical world witnessed the extraordinary live debut of The Allman Betts Band, the legendary-in-the-making collaborative project between Devon Allman (son of the late great Gregg) and Duane Betts (son of the still rocking Dickey). The duo’s new rock outfit also includes Barry Oakley Jr., son of the late Allman Brothers’ bassist, along with keyboardist John Ginty, drummers John Lum and R. Scott Bryan, and slide guitarist John Statchela.

In a season of terrific shows, this past weekend NYC venue the Brooklyn Bowl had what no doubt was a good one. The six-hundred capacity spaced filled itself full out for a towering, full-throttle night of rock music, delivered by two northeast area bands: Brooklyn’s Of Clocks and Clouds and Connecticut’s leading jam-funk band Kung Fu.

This past Tuesday night, in an event billed as the Jam Jar, northeastern jambands Eggy, Fondude and Peak rocked The Brooklyn Bowl three times over, giving the famed Williamsburg venue over four hours of spirited, creative live music.