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  • 5 reasons to see Meek Mill live

    5 reasons to see Meek Mill live

    Meek Mill is arguably one of the most prevalent names in the hip-hop community today. Hailing from Philadelphia, PA, the 32-year-old lyricist has one of the most compelling discographies in the genre. With a countless amount of mixtapes from the early stages in his career and four critically...
  • The Tearaways return to Los Angeles with drummer Clem Burke (Blondie) and a tribute to The Wrecking Crew

    The Tearaways return to Los Angeles with drummer Clem Burke (Blondie) and a tribute to The Wrecking Crew

    Emerging from Santa Barbara in the early 80’s with a sound that combines Southern California surf rock with the sounds of the British invasion and 60’s garage rock, The Tearaways are now in their fourth decade as a power-pop-powerhouse and they’re proving to be as enduring as the music they revere...
  • At the Starland Ballroom

    Interview: Fred Gorhau talks about Dark Sky Choir's music and performance

    In 2016, a group of men decided to play music together. The way most bands start, they decided on a name - Dark Sky Choir. An original name for an original hard rock metal band out of New Jersey / New York area. A year later in 2017 Hollywood How and Joe Stabile were replaced with Brian Allen and...
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    5 reasons to see The Struts live

    Sunday night all three levels of Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD were jam-packed with the sold-out crowd that came out to jam with The Struts. It is no surprise this band has such a draw since before their first album was released the U.K.-bred four-piece was tapped to open for The Rolling Stones...
  • 5 reasons to see GWAR live

    5 reasons to see GWAR live

    A GWAR concert is an epic, theatrical bloodletting spectacle of sights and sounds unlike any other event and an experience that will not soon be forgotten. The Viking space aliens known as GWAR were once a part of an elite fighting force called the Scumdogs of the Universe. Aliens to some, gods to...
  • Watch: Rolling Stones debut live video for 'Miss You' from 'Voodoo Lounge Uncut'

    Watch: Rolling Stones debut live video for 'Miss You' from 'Voodoo Lounge Uncut'

    The Rolling Stones continue to tantalize fans with performance footage from the expanded and remastered archive release “Voodoo Lounge Uncut,” which will hit shelves in multiple formats on Nov. 16 via Eagle Vision. The “Satisfaction” hitmakers have released an official live video for the complete...
  • Emily Korn

    5 reasons to see Lykke Li live

    It’s been roughly a decade since Lykke Li landed as an international indie-pop sweetheart, with the release of her debut album Youth Novels (LL Recordings, 2008). Her illustrious career has scored her numerous accolades (including award nominations and favorable reviews from the likes of Pitchfork...
  • Ryan Smith

    5 reasons to see Modest Mouse live

    You know them, you love them. What is it that makes Modest Mouse so popular? It's hard to put your finger on, if only because they sound like no one else, and therefore defy categorization. From their humble origins in Issaquah, Washington to their time as scrappy indie upstarts through mainstream...
  • Bad Wolves return to U.S. with Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin in November

    Bad Wolves return to U.S. with Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin in November

    Bad Wolves are on a roll. Since their breakout platinum single, "Zombie," the band's latest single "Hear Me Now" (featuring Diamante) is rising towards the Top 10 on the Active Rock radio charts. They just wrapped up their summer tour with Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin, and Nothing More...
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    Photos: 5 things you didn’t know about the Gin Blossoms

    The Gin Blossoms made the first stop of their Mixed Reality tour with Big Head Todd and the Monsters in Tucson at the AVA Amphitheatre on Sept. 6. Gin Blossoms have been a major musical force in the business since the early 90’s. They recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the release of their...
  • Neal Smith

    Fore 'N' Aft Reunion Concert announces first guest appearance

    A nightclub from the 60's, 70's and early 80's is being remembered on Oct.6, 2018, from noon to 10:30 pm with a reunion/benefit concert at The Ives Concert Park in Danbury, CT. This historic event will be a day and evening that will go down in history bringing together the bands, fans and notables...
  • Lil Uzi Vert reportedly hit with bible during show

    Lil Uzi Vert reportedly hit with bible during show

    Anyone who’s ever been to a Phish show knows concerts can get wild. Crowd surfing, mosh pits and flying beer cans are just some of the hazards that can come into play when the lights go down and the music turns up. Artists are usually safe from the kind of collateral nonsense that can take place...
  • 5 reasons to see Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons live

    5 reasons to see Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons live

    Singer Frankie Valli, along with his group, the Four Seasons, is responsible for some of the biggest, most recognizable songs of the '60s and '70s. Fans can recall group's hits like "Sherry," "Walk Like a Man," "Big Girls Don't Cry" and "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" to Valli's solo classics...
  • Ryan Smith

    5 Reasons to see Gov't Mule's Dark Side of the Mule Tour

    Six shows. That’s all the chance you get to catch Gov’t Mule’s Dark Side of the Mule Tour. What makes it special? Four years ago, the Mule released a live album titled Dark Side of the Mule, which was a live set recorded in Boston in 2008 that featured them taking on many of Pink Floyd’s singular...
  • BX-Four celebrates birthday with great music. 

    Karen's Bar & Grill hosts BX-Four and birthday celebrations

    BX-Four is continuing their summer tour with a stop at Karen's Bar & Grill located at 702 Freedom Plains Road in Poughkeepsie New York. BX-Four would like you to join them on Friday Aug.17, 2018 at 8:30 to celebrate Johnny Gee and Stephanie Pasqualetto's birthdays with food and music. They will...
  • Sherri Crawford, Loud Girl Media

    5 reasons to see Marilyn Manson live

    Closing in on 50, Marilyn Manson may have tempered his stage show, but he remains ever the showman. The Antichrist superstar returned last week to Myrtle Beach House of Blues, riveting fans just as he’s done for nearly 25 years. Touring in support of last year's Heaven Upside Down, Manson’s...
  • Pixies thrilled fans at Anaheim House of Blues

    Pixies thrilled fans at Anaheim House of Blues

    In the history of rock and roll, there have been innumerable bands. Very few of those bands ever reached iconic status. Pixies are one of the few that did and proved it with a show at the House of Blues in Anaheim on Friday, Aug. 10. By the time the opening act finished, the room was so full that...
  • A day of peace and music to raise money for the Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter. 

    Woofstock 2018: Live music on the Branford Green

    The Branford Green in Branford Connecticut will come alive with dogs barking and live music on Aug. 11, 2018. Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter is holding its largest fundraiser of the year, Woofstock 2018. At 11:00 am the annual Woofwalk will kick off the event which will include live music, food, and...
  • 5 reasons to see Erasure live

    5 reasons to see Erasure live

    Synthpop duo Erasure has been at it for decades now, creating a number of catchy songs that keep fans dancing and singing along--especially at their live shows. With a masterful, career-spanning setlist, expert stage presence, and so much more, vocalist Andy Bell and musician Vince Clarke present...
  • Sherri Crawford - Loud Girl Media

    5 reasons to see ZZ Ward in concert

    In the midst of a headlining run, powerhouse ZZ Ward is setting stages ablaze. With her mix of blues, rock, and ‘bit of hip-hop’ drive the songstress and musician did just that recently at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater in Wilmington, NC. Touring in support of her second full-length effort The Storm...
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