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THIS SHOW SHOULD BE PLAYED LOUD: 2nd Annual “Hoboken Last Waltz” Gets The Band Back Together at Maxwell’s, Sat. Nov. 21st

The world’s most ambitious cover band is back at it again… Originally performed on Thanksgiving Day in 1976, The Band’s legendary The Last Waltz show at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco included a jaw-dropping menu of special guests on stage to see them off as they ended their run.
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The New Regime, The Bots & Dead Sara Rock Maxwells

The New Regime, The Bots and Dead Sara played to a packed house at the historic Maxwell’s Tavern in Hoboken, New Jersey Tuesday night. Ilan Rubin’s solo project, The New Regime opened the night with a diverse set of alternative and electronic rock.
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Those Mockingbirds plan Mischief Night return to Maxwell’s

Over the last several years, Montclair’s Those Mockingbirds enjoyed the distinction of being not only one of the most popular Jersey bands to play Maxwell’s on a regular basis, but also of being one of the last to play the heralded Hoboken club before owners Todd Abramson and Dave Post sold it in the summer of 2013.
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Deaf Rhino opens new stage at Maxwell’s with free weekly shows

The next time you visit Maxwell’s Tavern for dinner, you might need earplugs. The up-and-coming rock band Deaf Rhino will help introduce the resurgent Hoboken restaurant and rock club’s new front-room stage with free shows every Wednesday in September and October.
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Country music comes to Hoboken with up-and-coming Asbury duo Williams Honor

Mention Hoboken and people think of Sinatra, pizza, an unrivaled view of the Manhattan skyline… and country music? Y’all better believe it. Country Nights at Maxwell’s Tavern have been a huge success, and on Friday, August 28, the venue will present rising Asbury Park country duo Williams Honor along with Arista-Nashville recording artist Logan Mize.
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Tattooed indie icon Jimmy Gnecco talks passion, survival as Ours returns to Maxwell’s Tavern

“I like living under the radar,” says Jimmy Gnecco, the dramatic, heavily-tattooed frontman of Ours, who return to Maxwell’s Tavern on Friday, August 7.
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Sonic powerhouses to continue Maxwell’s legacy with show in Hoboken

After bowing out in July 2013, the spirit of Maxwell’s in Hoboken lingered on as those that frequented the rock club and restaurant during its heyday continued to bid for original live music. On July 2 three bands, considered by some to be local legends, will once again take the stage at Maxwell’s – which is now under new ownership – for the “Jersey Beat” showcase featuring The Milwaukees, Eastern Anchors and Bastards of Melody.
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Thursday’s Geoff Rickly to revisit career with solo show at Maxwell’s

To a generation of fans, especially those from his native New Jersey, Geoff Rickly will always be remembered as the passionate, howling frontman of Thursday, one of the bands that catapulted emo from an underground sub-culture into the mainstream in the frenetic early ’00’s.
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SIMGE On The Scene: Deaf Rhino, The Battery Electric, Deal Casino & NGHBRS Crushed Maxwell’s

Much in the same way Billy Joel and Elton John own Madison Square Garden or Bruce Springsteen’s unquestioned Kingdom in the Meadowlands, it looks like NJ hard rockers Deaf Rhino are gunning for a similar mantle with the newly re-varnished Maxwell’s.
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Spires’ Brooklyn take on psyche-rock coming to Maxwell’s

The Brooklyn quartet Spires looks sharp, plays loud, and competes for attention in perhaps the busiest rock ‘n’ roll scene in the world.
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SIMGE On The Scene: Looms, Big Wake & Terrible Terrible Played Maxwell’s

The northern metropolitan New Jersey music scene is booming once again with a slew of new, exciting performance spaces in Jersey City and the re-birth of the legendary Maxwell’s.
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Annual Global Fund For Women Benefit returns to Maxwell’s on Saturday, April 11

The Global Fund For Women benefit, a Hoboken tradition in its seventh year, returns to Maxwell’s Tavern on Saturday, April 11 thanks to the efforts of local musician Nelson Pla and Hoboken businessowner, blogger, and community activist Stephen Bailey.
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Jersey City’s Wight Lyre to brighten Maxwell’s Tavern with harmonies galore

Local music fans might know Michael Browne from Jersey City’s Dead Bums, but on Friday, March 27 he’ll be bringing his oddly-named but harmony-laden new project Wight Lyre to Maxwell’s Tavern in Hoboken.
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Jersey City’s Kiwi bringing soulful reggae groove back to Maxwell’s

The name comes from New Zealand, the singer was born in Russia, some of the band members speak Spanish, songs are sometimes sung in Portugese, and the group’s musical vibe borrows from Jamaican riddims, Brazilian folk culture, Motown soul, and rhythm & blues.
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Up-and-coming Jersey rockers Wyland to headline Maxwell’s

When the hot up-and-coming Jersey band Wyland began thinking about releasing its second EP, the band only had one venue in mind: Maxwell’s. That’s where singer-songwriter Ryan Sloan and pianist Pablo Techera had played one of their first gigs as 14-year olds, growing up in nearby Essex County.
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Local bands help launch a new era at Maxwell’s Tavern

There will be some familiar faces at Maxwell’s on Saturday, January 24, as three local favorties – The Fave, Davey & The Trainwreck, and singer/songwriter Rob Nicholas – help introduce Hoboken promoter Dave Entwistle as the club’s new booker.
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SIMGE On The Scene: Deaf Rhino, Born Cages & Face The King Rocked Maxwell’s

Last Saturday the party was in Hoboken as Deaf Rhino, Born Cages, & Face The King melted faces at the somewhat resurrected Maxwell’s.
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Maxwell’s Tavern: Weekend Music Roundup

Maxwell’s Tavern had some great music this weekend, including a sold out show on Saturday night. If you didn’t go to any of the shows, you severely missed out on a good time.
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Busy Weekend of Live Music at Maxwell’s

Like a skittish wild animal reintroduced to its natural habitat, live music has been making a gradual yet strong return to Maxwell’s.
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Maxwell’s Tavern – Still Hip after All These Years

Like Sinatra, Maxwell’s Tavern is synonymous with Hoboken and goes back to the 1940s when the city was more working class and employees at the Maxwell House coffee plant would stop in for a brew and a bite.
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Live local bands returning to Maxwell’s Tavern in Hoboken, loudly

Local original bands make their much-anticipated return to the newly refurbished Maxwell’s Tavern in Hoboken on Friday, Dec. 5, with a hard-rock showcase featuring Dead Fish Handshake, Crewman Number Six, and Ed Smith & The Ego.
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Maxwell’s launches new era with Elise Testone

Maxwell’s closed last year with a lot of fanfare: widespread media coverage, a string of shows by club favorites returning for one last show, and then one final blowout, with a block party outside.
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Maxwell’s Tavern bringing live music back to the venue, working with Hoboken scene insiders

Live music is coming back to Maxwell’s, which received a major facelift and a slight change of name to Maxwell’s Tavern when new owners Pete Carr and Evan Dean took over the iconic rock club six months ago.
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Maxwell’s to return with new booking strategy

The bleacher seats have been taken out of the back room of Maxwell’s in Hoboken, and there’s a fresh coat of paint on the walls.
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Chef of the Month: Maxwell’s Jay Donnelly

Previously Maxwell’s was a rock club and they really didn’t focus too much on the food. We’re trying to reverse that. We are putting a lot of focus on the food and trying to attract the neighborhood families. We want to make a statement by offering a creative, nutritious menu at reasonable prices in an artsy, friendly environment.
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