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  • Phoenix will return to the road this summer with a world tour starting in May and running until September. 

    Phoenix announce 2017 summer world tour dates, including June 7 show at Red Rocks

    French rock band Phoenix have been hinting at the follow up album cycle to 2013’s Bankrupt! since late last year. Up until Monday, they had only announced 2017 concert dates in New York, Los Angeles and some select cities around Europe for this summer. The band did a little more than update their...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Allah-Las and The Babe Rainbow revive 60s psychedelic rock at Webster Hall

    There has been so much anxiety and frustration hovering over the country for the past few weeks. Long gone are the days where idealistically loose lifestyles centered around peace, love and music could be expressed without a care in the world. That lost world of countercultural values was revived on...
  • Drake White & the Big Fire at Gramercy Theatre

    Review: Drake White & the Big Fire ignite Gramercy Theatre

    Drake White wasn't born a star. But he was born with a whiskey-soaked voice the monumental size of which can crumble mountains, part the Red Sea and send even the most high of dignitaries  to their knees. During his pitstop at New York City's Gramercy Theatre on Thursday night (March 23), the...
  • Review: Enter Shikari celebrate 'Take To The Skies' at Irving Plaza

    Review: Enter Shikari celebrate 'Take To The Skies' at Irving Plaza

    Before they were arguing with thermometers or never letting go of the microscope, U.K. four-piece outfit Enter Shikari, who were originally known as Hybryd, were already becoming one of their region's most buzzed about bands. With praise from Kerrang! and NME, and a sold out headlining show at the...
  • A look back at the many styles and genres of Conor Oberst

    A look back at the many styles and genres of Conor Oberst

    Since he first picked up a guitar at the age of ten, Conor Oberst hasn't gone a day without music. The Omaha native cut his teeth as a teenager in local bands before developing the genre-defining indie outfit Bright Eyes. He continues to rewrite the rules of artistry with his ever-evolving solo work...
  • Mr. Big heading to Dallas for show at Gas Monkey Live

    Mr. Big heading to Dallas for show at Gas Monkey Live

    One of the biggest rock bands of the early 90s, Mr. Big, is touring the nation and will be heading to Dallas for a big show this summer. Gas Monkey Live tweeted that they will welcome Mr. Big for a concert on June 16. Tickets went on sale this week for the show. Mr. Big originally formed as a super...
  • Will Butler and Jo Firestone to bring jokes and jams to The Sinclair

    Will Butler and Jo Firestone to bring jokes and jams to The Sinclair

    Ahead of Arcade Fire's imminent return, band member Will Butler will use his final hours of alone time for a solo show at The Sinclair in Boston on April 11. While Butler spends most of his time with his bro and company in the acclaimed Montreal band, the multi-instrument is also an Academy Award...
  • Mona to rock Rough Trade NYC this May

    Mona to rock Rough Trade NYC this May

    Nashville band Mona will pack up their stylish grooves for a trip up north to Rough Trade NYC on May 8, where they will bring Brooklynites jams from their recent release In the Middle, a six-song EP frontman Nick Brown described as a mix of "fist pumping, white t-shirts, Marlon Brando, James Dean...
  • Interview: Saint Motel’s A/J Jackson talks about the band’s multimedia approach

    Interview: Saint Motel’s A/J Jackson talks about the band’s multimedia approach

    Since releasing their first EP in 2009, Los Angeles scene-stealers Saint Motel have sought to mix things up. Musically, the quartet – A/J Jackson (vocals), Greg Erwin (drums), Aaron Sharp (guitar) and Dak Lerdamornpong (bass) - are as comfortable with emotive harmonies as they are with irresistible...
  • Tei Shi to bring new jams to Rough Trade NYC and Great Scott this May

    Tei Shi to bring new jams to Rough Trade NYC and Great Scott this May

    Tei Shi will showcase her confident, dreamy grooves to East Coast audiences this May with a pair of shows in Brooklyn and Boston. The Argentine, Brooklyn-based indie pop talent will premiere the sounds of her debut album to audiences at BK's Rough Trade NYC on May 9 (grab tickets here) and Boston's...
  • Sublime With Rome & The Offspring are teaming up for a summer tour

    Sublime With Rome & The Offspring are teaming up for a summer tour

    This summer The Offspring and Sublime with Rome are teaming up for a North American tour. For this outing, there will be two parts. The first takes place in Canada during July, and the second leg happens in the U.S. during September. A complete list of their newly announced joint tour dates can be...
  • David Crosby to open North American tour at City National Grove of Anaheim

    David Crosby to open North American tour at City National Grove of Anaheim

    Legendary singer-songwriter David Crosby will kick off his highly-anticipated North American tour on April 18 at the City National Grove of Anaheim. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, who was a founding member of both the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, recently recaptured fans...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Review: Flaming Lips unleash their joyously wild show at New York’s Terminal 5

    Inflatable rainbows, life-size unicorns, furry outfits, inflatable creatures, giant disco balls and more confetti than a ticker tape parade. It’s not a psychedelic hallucination, but entering the musical world of Wayne Coyne and the Flaming Lips is pretty darn close. The famous experimental rock...
  • The Squirrel Nut Zippers to swing and shout at City National Grove of Anaheim

    The Squirrel Nut Zippers to swing and shout at City National Grove of Anaheim

    It's been 20 years since the Squirrel Nut Zippers shook audiences with their seminal album Hot and it's hit single "Hell." Still just as fired up two decades later, the offbeat North Carolina band will bring their grooves and theatrics to the City National Grove of Anaheim on March 31. SNZ rose to...
  • The Fab Four to bring Beatlemania to the City National Grove of Anaheim

    The Fab Four to bring Beatlemania to the City National Grove of Anaheim

    Get ready to meet the Walrus all over again: the Fab Four will showcase their Ultimate Tribute at the City National Grove of Anaheim on April 1. The globally-famous SoCal tribute band will give spot-on takes of the band's most notable work, ranging from the early British invasion days to their...
  • Lea Michele reveals headlining tour dates for May 2017

    Lea Michele reveals headlining tour dates for May 2017

    This spring, Lea Michele will take some time off from acting to concentrate on performing live concerts. Her upcoming tour is named Intimate Evening with Lea Michele, and it's set to kick off May 1 in Philadelphia with her concert at the Merriam Theater.  An Intimate Evening with Lea Michele first...
  • Chevelle announce headlining tour dates for summer 2017

    Chevelle announce headlining tour dates for summer 2017

    After spending a month in Europe opening up for Avenged Sevenfold, the rock band Chevelle are getting ready to headline their own tour. This spring and summer they'll hit the road for an extensive U.S. tour that begins in April, and won't end until August.  Headlining concerts won't be the only...
  • State Theatre of Ithaca to host Dawes

    State Theatre of Ithaca to host Dawes

    The historic State Theatre of Ithaca will host an evening with folk rock quartet Dawes on Wednesday, March 15 at 8 p.m. Dawes, which features brothers Taylor (guitar, vocals) and Griffin Goldsmith (drums), along wit Wylie Gelber (bass) and Lee Pardini (keyboards), is out on the road in continued...
  • The Chainsmokers, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Aerosmith playing free March Madness Music Festival

    The Chainsmokers, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Aerosmith playing free March Madness Music Festival

    Announced today, the NCAA and Turner Live Events, along with official NCAA Corporate Champions Coca-Cola and Capital One, have announced the performing acts at the 2017 NCAA March Madness Music Festival. The festival is in conjunction with the 2017 NCAA Men's Final Four. The festival is a...
  • 5 reasons to see Sigur Rós live on tour this year

    5 reasons to see Sigur Rós live on tour this year

    Many international acts can captivate you with their music and live concert experience, but few can do it to the level of Iceland's Sigur Rós. The multi-instrumental act is one part rock and another part orchestra, but manage to marry the two into an ocean of musical bliss that is hard to imagine...
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