March 17, 2009 20:19

The Johns, JK Vanderbilt for Club NME New York City

Seven bands will play over two nights this week

The Johns, JK Vanderbilt for Club NME New York City
The Johns, Right On Dynamite, The Shalitas and Talker are all set to play one of two nights of Club NME in New York this week, performing on Wednesday (March 18).

On Thursday night (March 19), JK Vanderbilt, Amanda Abret and Santino Santino will take to the stage at Annex.

Cover for the band is $12, and doors open at 7.30pm on Wednesday and 8.30pm on Thursday.

All Club NME presale tickets are available at Ticketweb.com.

Club NME New York City with Fred Perry Subculture takes place every Thursday at The Annex, 152 Orchard St.

--By our New York staff.
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