A good band is always in sync, which is why it's so fun to watch them eat soup together. Feel the rhythm with this GrouponLive deal.
- $27 for one ticket to see Lisa Loeb or Dar Williams (up to $49.50 value)
- Where: Tribeca Performing Arts Center
- Seating: rows O–S of the mezzanine
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Lisa Loeb on Thursday, May 22, at 8 p.m. Doors. open at 7 p.m.
- Dar Williams on Friday, June 20, at 8 p.m. Doors. open at 7 p.m.
- How you met Lisa: in the song "Stay (I Missed You)," featured in Reality Bites
- The historical significance of that song: it remains the only single by an unsigned artist to reach the top of the charts, and is the only song that can make Ethan Hawke cry
- How you've heard her since: her gold-certified sophomore release Firecracker, her softer 2004 release The Way It Really Is, and her latest, 2013's No Fairy Tale, which was co-produced by New Found Glory's Chad Gilbert
- Its sound, according to Loeb's website: "a poppy-punky-rock album"
- Where else you've seen her recently: appearing in episodes of Workaholics and Gossip Girl, promoting the Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection
- How you know Dar Williams: her deeply personal lyrics about love and loss, gender roles, body image, commercialism, and alienation in the middle class
- How she got her start: on the college and coffeehouse circuit
- How she prefers to tour: on the college and coffeehouse circuit
- Her latest: 2012's In The Time of the Gods, which draws personal stories from the myths of the Greek gods
- The genesis for that concept, according to her website: while driving down the highway, she thought she'd like to write a biker song, then that she'd like to write an epic biker song, and eventually that she'd like to write a song about Hermes, the messenger of the dead
Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Opened by the Borough of Manhattan Community College in 1983, the Tribeca Performing Arts Center is the longest-running performance venue in lower Manhattan. Spreading culture throughout the surrounding community, the center fills its stage with musicals for all ages, cutting-edge theatrical think-pieces, big-name musical acts, dance performances, and educational shows about science, art, classical literature, and the environment.