Venue Details

196 Star Starred
Pier 83
12th Ave & W 42nd St New York City, NY 10036
212-563-3200
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Michael. Federman
The weather was Summer day . I wore Sweatshirt on the way back .
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9 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 26 2011

Raul put on an excellent show including a sing-a-long of "Goodnight Irene" in honor of the approaching storm. The boat cruised on a calm Hudson river and provided wonderful views of the Statue of Liberty, the downtown and Jersey Skylines and the...continued

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3 reviews
33 stars
attended Aug 26 2011

This truly was an evening to remember! The concert was just as I expected-worthy of a standing ovation. The security people were most helpful and courteous and although I got an excellent seat thanks to security (I am disabled) people started...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Malo has an exceptional voice, a burnished tenor that harks back to Roy Orbison.” —New York Times
“The purity, clarity and strength of his voice is simply unmatched by any other singer out there today.” —Billboard
“Force of nature Raul Malo wraps his husky vocals around everything like he owns the copyright on heartbreak.” —Entertainment Weekly

Description

Founder and frontman of Grammy-winning, multi-platinum band, the Mavericks, Raul Malo has always crossed cultures with stylistic quick-turns, breaking new ground with his distinctive balance of vintage sound and contemporary attitude. He released his latest album Lucky One last year to rave reviews. Because Raul loves all kinds of music and doesn’t like classifying tunes into set genres, his music promises to slip in and out of the various rhythms, blurring musical boundaries.