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April 18, 2023

The Bowery Ballroom

Shoplifters of the Bowery, unite!

Join us April 18th at the legendary Bowery Ballroom in Lower Manhattan for a special night of live Smiths classics and deep cuts. This is one of our favorite venues to play, and we always have a few surprises in store.

February 14, 2023

Valentines Day With The Smiths

The Bell House

Valentine’s Day with The Smiths at The Bell House 2/14 on sale now. Thrilled to play the 10th installment of this New York tradition, the only Valentine’s Day event created for couples AND singles. We’ll play a live set of Smiths classics and deep cuts + a few surprises. Note: This always sells out early.



December 31, 2022

New Years With The Smiths

Join us Sat 12/31 at littlefield for “New Years Eve with The Smiths”…/the-smiths-tribute-nyc-new…
We’ll play a live set of Smiths and Morrissey solo classics and deep cuts, followed after midnight by an all-night dance party to ring in 2023 featuring our dear friend DJ Ceremony – and other surprises…
***Limited tickets remain for this one:…/the-smiths-tribute-nyc-new…
December 3rd, 2022

The Hold Steady’s Massive Nights

Brooklyn Bowl



May 22, 2022

Bowery Ballroom

With There, There, A Tribute to Radiohead

August 20, 2022

Gramercy Theatre

Tickets at Live Nation ONSALE

The Smiths Tribute NYC with Special Guests

Straight to Hell (Tribute to The Clash)

Doors 6pm

127 E 23rd St

New York, NY 10010


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The Smiths Tribute NYC

After two years of COVID disruptions to their schedule and long-running lineup, members of The Sons & Heirs have regrouped as The Smiths Tribute NYC. For nearly 14 years, The Sons & Heirs built its following through sold-out shows from Tel Aviv to Los Angeles, with press acclaim from the New York Post, New Yorker magazine, and Rolling Stone’s Rob Sheffield. 

The band was also known for sharing the stage with special guests including Morrissey’s long-time drummer Spencer Cobrin, Doug Gillard (Guided By Voices), Dennis Cronin (Lambchop), and even The Smiths’ bassist Andy Rourke, who later told a reporter “these guys love the band, and they’re really passionate about it.”