New York City's famed venue Webster Hall has hosted a slew of cultural events and legendary music artists over the course of its 100-year + existence, including Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, and U2. First opening in 1886, the 40,000 square-foot venue boasts three performance venues and quickly became an NYC staple, leading to its reputation as the biggest nightclub in the city.
This month, the historical landmark is preparing to shut its doors for a year of renovations and ownership changes, and Musical Notes Global was there on its last Saturday night before closing.
Up-and-coming indie pop band Young Thieves served as the opening act for the night's sold-out show "The Show Less Traveled" at The Studio at Webster Hall, which brought together rock bands Just Surrender, Rare Futures, and Late Waves.
Making their stellar formal debut in front of a live audience, soulful lead vocalist Alexandra Amor, guitarist Andrew Lynch, guitarist/keyboardist Dmitry Libman, and drummer Johnny Coryn performed never-before-heard songs from their developing repertoire, including the uptempo "Skinny Dipping," which is sure to be hit if they choose to release it as a single in the future.
Musical Notes Global had the opportunity to talk to Young Thieves after the show. Watch the full interview below!