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  • Jerry Seinfeld is coming to Netflix for new comedy specials

    Jerry Seinfeld is coming to Netflix for new comedy specials

    Following recent announcements that Netflix has joined forces with the likes of Amy Schumer, Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock to produce new stand-up specials, the streaming service has revealed that it has now landed Jerry Seinfeld, as well. The “Seinfeld” star will be making Netflix the exclusive...
  • Metal Allegiance to pay tribute to fallen musical heroes

    Metal Allegiance to pay tribute to fallen musical heroes

    Lemmy Kilmister David Bowie, and Glenn Frey. Three extraordinary musicians who the world lost in just over a year. And as hard as each of their passing was on fans around the world, it was just as hard of a blow for other musicians who the world views as their contemporaries because after all, these...
  • 'Star' season 1, episode 4 recap: Deadly secrets are best kept buried

    'Star' season 1, episode 4 recap: Deadly secrets are best kept buried

    An unexpected murder and Jahil’s (Benjamin Bratt) trafficking secret take center stage in “Star” on FOX’s newest episode, “Code of Silence,” which aired on Jan. 18. Plus, Star (Jude DeMorest), Simone (Brittany O’Grady) and Alexandra (Ryan Destiny) try to help Carlotta’s (Queen Latifah) salon win an...
  • Sarah Silverman to judge 'Roast Battle II' plus new tour dates

    Sarah Silverman to judge 'Roast Battle II' plus new tour dates

    Jeff Ross has revealed the all-star list of comedians who will be judging the round-by-round fate of 16 comedian combatants during the four-night comedy event, known as “Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle II: War of the Words.” Sarah Silverman, Anthony Jeselnik, T.J. Miller, Patton Oswalt, Snoop Dogg...
  • Iron Maiden's The Book Of Souls World Tour returning to North America in 2017

    Iron Maiden's The Book Of Souls World Tour returning to North America in 2017

    After the massive world-wide touring Iron Maiden took on in 2016 performing 58 concerts in 34 countries, one might think that the 'book' has been closed on their Book Of Souls touring after wrapping up in 2016 - but it was actually just one chapter in an ever-growing saga. Chapter two begins in...
  • Iron Maiden announce North American tour with Ghost

    Iron Maiden announce North American tour with Ghost

    Last year, iconic metal outfit Iron Maiden brought their 2016 Book of Souls world tour to North America, but the short string of dates left many across the nation upset. The group promised to come back to the area very soon, and today, they revealed dates for their summer trek in America, and you...
  • Mandolin Orange announce spring tour

    Mandolin Orange announce spring tour

    North Carolina folk duo Mandolin Orange have gained acclaim from publications such as Rolling Stone, NPR, and Paste for their discography, which includes their latest studio album Blindfaller. The 10 track release debuted at number seven on the Heatseekers Albums chart and number three on the...
  • Trey Anastasio Band, Gov't Mule to join bluegrass icon for DelFest 2017

    Trey Anastasio Band, Gov't Mule to join bluegrass icon for DelFest 2017

    Bluegrass Hall of Famer Del McCoury is bringing his annual DelFest back for a 10th time. Organizers announced the initial lineup for the event, which returns to Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, Md., May 25-28. In addition to the Del McCoury Band and the Travelin’ McCourys, the festival...
  • Indie rockers Pile announce spring US tour

    Indie rockers Pile announce spring US tour

    Boston, MA-based indie rock band Pile will be hitting the road this spring in support of their hotly-anticipated fifth album, A Hairshirt of Purpose. The band’s 30 date tour starts off with a performance at Cambridge, MA venue The Sinclair. In it then continues on to Asheville, Brooklyn...
  • Watch: Fifth Harmony debut performance as a quartet at the People's Choice Awards

    Watch: Fifth Harmony debut performance as a quartet at the People's Choice Awards

    Pop group Fifth Harmony performed as a quartet for the first time ever at the People's Choice Awards on Jan. 18. The ladies revisited one of their hits with new energy. Last month, Fifth Harmony went from quintet to quartet with the departure of Camila Cabello. Despite the major line-up change, the...
  • Lowland Hum announces spring tour

    Lowland Hum announces spring tour

    Ahead of the releases their next album Thin, Virginia-based art punk band Lowland Hum will be heading out on tour this spring. The talented two-piece will be playing shows throughout the South, Midwest and East Coast including stops in Boston, Louisville, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Fort Worth...
  • Nicky Jam sets record with his 'El Amante' video even before the single release

    Nicky Jam sets record with his 'El Amante' video even before the single release

    He’s one of the few Latin urban artists that has managed to gain popularity, hits and success after struggling for years in the Latin music industry. Yes,  Nicky Jam's music is breaking records and the proof is in his latest work “El Amante.” The Bostanian born artist who tried his music luck in...
  • Best Valentine's Day shows in Louisville 2017

    Best Valentine's Day shows in Louisville 2017

    Is there a better date night than a concert, especially for Valentine's Day? Concerts can make for a great romantic night out or a fun night on your own if you're single, and Louisville has some great ones, from old-school hip-hop to hardcore bands. Whether you're celebrating being single or cozying...
  • Dirty Projectors announce new album, release first single

    Dirty Projectors announce new album, release first single

    Completely out of the blue, Dirty Projectors announced earlier today that they will be releasing their seventh full-length album, titled Dirty Projectors, next month. Additionally, the group released the first single from the new record, the haunting and elegiac “Up in Hudson.” In a press released...
  • Recorded in church, the gospel-raised, jazz pianist and composer continues his musical love affair with his fourth major album, The Quest: L

    Enoch Smith Jr. continues jazz gospel ‘Quest’ in first live album

    Sometimes, raw, open honesty surpasses technical prowess. Enoch Smith Jr.’s Nov. 11, 2016 The Quest: Live At APC is just that kind of album. Fascinated with the outcome of gospel and jazz, the Allentown, N.J.-based pianist and composer recorded his first live album and fourth major recording effort...
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    A song I heard the ocean sing: The 5 most amazing moments at Phish Riviera Maya 2017 (photos and video)

    It’s difficult to pick just five amazing moments from Phish’s second foray into Mexico on the Riviera Maya. The whole affair was magical. And it wasn’t just the setting: the sun, sand, and surf. Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell, and Jon Fishman delivered three shows that would have been...
  • Bonnie Raitt expands 2017 tour of North America

    Bonnie Raitt expands 2017 tour of North America

    Bonnie Raitt continues to extend her busy 2017 world tour schedule. The 10-time |Grammy winner has extended her North American leg with nearly a dozen new dates in Canada. The 2000 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee made the announcement via a news release posted on Jan. 18 at her official Bonnie...
  • Polish death metallers, Vader, announces North American tour

    Polish death metallers, Vader, announces North American tour

    For more than three decades now, Poland's own death metal masters, Vader, has not only stood the test of time, but taken the world by storm with their unrelenting riffs and delightfully hellish ferocity. And now with North America in their sights, they plan to do it once more! While still riding...
  • Jim James brings reason to smile on James Corden, celebrating a refreshed mission in music

    Jim James brings reason to smile on James Corden, celebrating a refreshed mission in music

    There was a purpose for Jim James to be on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” on Jan. 17, beyond just fulfilling a TV appearance engagement.  The songwriter, singer, guitarist, and producer joined in a playful laugh with the jovial host when Corden compared the first sight of him in the dressing...
  • Rock supergroup Audioslave announces first live show in 11 years

    Rock supergroup Audioslave announces first live show in 11 years

    Long before Tom Morello joined Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and Chris Cornell reconvened his side project Temple of the Dog, Audioslave was the big news in rock supergroups. On paper, the quartet was essentially Rage Against the Machine with Cornell replacing Zach de la Rocha, but in reality...
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