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    Photos: Best moments from 2019 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, weekend 2

    Unlike other music festivals across the country, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival goes well beyond the music, also celebrating a melting pot of food, art and culture that sets The Big Easy apart from any other city in the world. This year marked the 50th year of the festival, spanning eight...
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    Photos: Best moments from 2019 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, weekend 1

    The 50th year of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival started later in the day due to a massive storm Thursday morning on April 25. A little rain and some mud were not going to keep the spectacular show from going on. Late in the afternoon, the rain had subsided and the weather was picture...
  • 5 reasons to see Health live

    5 reasons to see Health live

    It has been nearly 4 years since HEALTH last set foot on stage in the Bay Area, the fact that they just dropped their latest album Vol 4: Slaves of Fear gave them a perfect reason to kick off a new tour. Testing out their new material over seas, HEALTH set off on a massive four part European tour...
  • 5 reasons to see Less Than Jake live

    5 reasons to see Less Than Jake live

    Most '90s ska-punk bands have disbanded due to the genre falling out of the public eye, but Less Than Jake continues to forge forward. Their continued popularity is due to a hectic tour schedule -- over 100 dates per year -- and arguably the most energetic live show in the industry. Here's a look at...
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    5 reasons to see Ice Cube live

    Rapper and silver screen star Ice Cube has returned to the concert stage for a handful of cherry-picked tour dates, including the newly announced Louder Than Life 2019 lineup. The award-winning lyricist, producer, actor and director began his music career nearly 30 years ago with iconic rap group N...
  • Bad Bunny pulls out all the stops on X100PRE Tour 2019

    Bad Bunny pulls out all the stops on X100PRE Tour 2019

    On March 14, Bad Bunny performed on the mainland of United States of America for the first time as a headliner of his own tour at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Bad Bunny's X100PRE Tour is a fully interactive experience as fans in attendance were provided with bracelets prior to...
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    5 reasons to see James Blake live

    James Blake has made quite the transition since starting ten years ago. After releasing his EP  Air & Lack Thereof to already rave reviews, he went on to release his self-titled debut album in 2011, also receiving critical acclaim. His follow up, 2013's Overgrown, received much more praise. The...
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    Emilio Estefan discusses career at the Library of Congress

    Prior to being awarded the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (along with his wife, international superstar Gloria Estefan), Emilio Estefan sat down with the Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden to discuss his immigrant experience, ignoring the defeatists and the secrets to his...
  • Tracy Heck

    5 reasons to see Flogging Molly live

    Irish-american seven-piece Celtic punk band Flogging Molly returned to Detroit for a show at The Fillmore on Friday, March 8. The show was a hometown one for frontman Dave King and his wife, violinist/background vocalist Bridget Regan, a Detroit-native. The pair now reside part-time in the area and...
  • Tracy Heck

    5 reasons to see In Flames live

    Swedish death metal pioneers In Flames had a night off from their tour with Within Temptation on Thursday, March 7 and they made a trip out to Pontiac to headline the stage at The Crofoot alongside openers The Convalescence  and All That Remains. The band is out celebrating the release of their...
  • Tracy Heck

    5 reasons to see All That Remains live

    Massachusetts' own All That Remains blew through Pontiac Thursday, Mar. 7 as they rocked the stage at The Crofoot alongside The Convalescence and headliners In Flames. The band is out touring behind their late 2018 release, their ninth studio album Victim of the New Disease. The album marks a return...
  • 5 reasons to see Daughters live

    5 reasons to see Daughters live

    Late last year, Daughters released their fourth full-length album in the form of You Won’t Get What You Want.  The album, which was heralded by virtually every music critic marked the first album Daughters had released in eight years.  With the success of their latest album in the wake, Daughters...
  • Katherine Villalon

    5 reasons to see ONE OK ROCK live

    Japanese rock band One OK Rock returned this year with a new album Eye of the Storm and have now embarked on a lengthy tour under the same name. Accompanied by opening bands Stand Atlantic and Waterparks, the tour takes them to twenty-six cities across the United States and Canada. AXS caught up...
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    5 reasons to see The Aces live

    The state of Utah has been cranking out some major players in the music industry over the last two decades (most notably The Killers, Panic! at the Disco and Imagine Dragons). Get ready to add The Aces to that list. Hailing from Provo, Utah (pop. 117,335) this female quartet has been impressing...
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    Photos: 5 reasons to see Rosanne Cash live

    Rosanne Cash made her final tour stop on her “She Remembers Everything Tour” at Tucson’s Fox Theatre on Feb. 20. This is Cash’s third appearance in Tucson in recent years and her appearance is much like seeing a welcomed old friend once again. Midway through the performance, Cash mentioned, “I love...
  • Emily Korn

    5 reasons to see Jacob Banks live

    Jacob Banks is undeniably a man of renown. Talked about as being the first unsigned artist to ever perform on BBC's Radio 1 Live Lounge, the 27-year-old British R&B/Soul musician has made waves in the music industry over the past 6 years with his sultry songwriting and singing. His latest...
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    5 reasons to see Rhye live

    Back in 2013 when Rhye’s first album Woman came out nobody knew what to think. The joint project from Canadian singer Mike Milosh and Danish producer Robin Hannibal was shrouded in mystery and anonymity. Fast-forward 6 years and Hannibal is now no longer with the project, and Milosh has taken Rhye...
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    Photos: 5 reasons to see KISS live

    KISS is currently on their "One Last KISS: End of the Road World Tour" and they made their only Arizona stop in Glendale on Feb 13. Paul Stanley in a recent interview promised this would be the “biggest party ever.” The band kept their promise. The KISS Army flocked into the venue sporting their...
  • Katherine Villalon

    5 reasons to see Red Velvet live

    Popular K-pop girl group Red Velvet have been steadily gaining popularity since their debut back in 2014. The 5-member group has been putting out hit after hit and has been deemed one of the leading groups in promoting K-pop outside of South Korea. Back in April 2018, Red Velvet was part of a group...
  • iHeartRadio Musical Festival 2019 tickets announced

    iHeartRadio Musical Festival 2019 tickets announced

    Some of the biggest names in music will take the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival this fall, and it's already time to start planning your trip for a music-filled weekend in Sin City. The festival rounds out the summer season, and its ninth annual concert will be held on Friday, Sept. 20, and...
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