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  • 11th annual Salute to Texas Independence Day concert featuring Pat Green, Eli Young Band coming to Terminal 5

    11th annual Salute to Texas Independence Day concert featuring Pat Green, Eli Young Band coming to Terminal 5

    New York City and Texas may seem like worlds apart but apparently everything’s bigger in the Big Apple. For over a decade, New York City has saluted the Lone Star State by celebrating Texas Independence Day.  In 2019, Texas country acts Pat Green and Eli Young Band--along with fellow Texans Aaron...
  • Listen: Deerhunter share new song 'Element' from upcoming album

    Listen: Deerhunter share new song 'Element' from upcoming album

    Indie rockers Deerhunter have shared a new track, “Element,” from their upcoming album, Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? Deerhunter's primary songwriter Bradford Cox described the song as “an elegy for ecology (a landscape done in toxic watercolors),” as Pitchfork reported.  The song...
  • Wu-Tang Clan announces '36 Chambers' 25th anniversary tour 2019

    Wu-Tang Clan announces '36 Chambers' 25th anniversary tour 2019

    To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their groundbreaking debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), Wu-Tang Clan has announced a pair of shows in the U.S., their first of 2019. On Jan. 25 the legendary hip-hop group will perform at the Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia and in their hometown of...
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    Spiritualized announces 2019 tour

    Spiritualized have announced new tour dates for 2019. The new set of dates will kick off in the spring, beginning March 22 with a set at the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, TN alongside Mercury Rev and Rhiannon Giddens. It will continue making its way in the U.S. with stops in Atlanta, Los Angeles...
  • Listen: Cat Power shares cover of 'What the World Needs Now'

    Listen: Cat Power shares cover of 'What the World Needs Now'

    Cat Power--aka Chan Marshall--has shared a cover of the Hal David and Burt Bacharach classic “What the World Needs Now.” As Pitchfork reported, the cover appears on the deluxe edition of Cat Power’s 2018 album Wanderer alongside a cover of Rihanna’s “Stay.” Marshall has gone on record about how much...
  • Watch: Mitski sings a cappella 'Nobody' from her latest album 'Be the Cowboy'

    Watch: Mitski sings a cappella 'Nobody' from her latest album 'Be the Cowboy'

    Singer-songwriter Mitski popped into the Sirius XM studios where she gave a powerful a cappella performance of the track “Nobody” from her stellar new album Be the Cowboy. As Pitchfork reported, Mitski tweeted about the performance, stating that it was appropriate that she sang “Nobody” with “nobody...
  • Emily Korn

    5 reasons to see Jessie Reyez live

    In October, Jessie Reyez released her second EP Being Human in Public (FMLY, 2018) and kicked off her 3-month (sold out) tour across North America, stopping by New York City's Irving Plaza on Thanksgiving Eve. Here are our top five reasons to see her live: 1) Jessie Reyez is billed as one of the top...
  • Bitch Sesh podcast announces live performances at PlayStation Theater in 2019

    Bitch Sesh podcast announces live performances at PlayStation Theater in 2019

    "Real Housewives" podcasters Casey Wilson and Danielle Schneider have announced via Twitter that they will bring their "Bitch Sesh" podcast from "the nook" (Wilson's kitchen) to the big stage at New York's PlayStation Theater in 2019. The ladies will have two separate shows breaking down Bravo's...
  • moe. announces 2019 dates in New York and Denver

    moe. announces 2019 dates in New York and Denver

    Buffalo jam band moe. are ready to finish the year with performances along the East Coast. This doesn't mean they're looking to take a break when the new year comes in. The road warriors are looking to add more miles with some newly announced shows. moe. announced plans to perform inside New York...
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    Photos: 5 reasons to attend Anime NYC

    With its debut in 2017, Anime NYC, which is created by LeftField Media, became the premier anime convention in the tri-state area. Thousands of fans from around the world unite for this immense celebration. If you've heard about the excitement but still aren't sure, don't worry. We're giving you...
  • Listen: Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck covers Radiohead

    Listen: Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck covers Radiohead

    Phosphorescent’s Matthew Houck stopped into the Sirius XMU studios where he performed a stripped down version of Radiohead’s “House of Cards” from the U.K. band’s 2007 album In Rainbows. As Jambase pointed out, Houck has performed the song before with a full band at Bonnaroo in 2011. You can listen...
  • Brothers Osborne details 2019 tour dates

    Brothers Osborne details 2019 tour dates

    Country duo Brothers Osborne has announced new tour dates for 2019 continuing support for their second full-length album Port Saint Joe. Since the duo's big break in 2016, they've become a country favorite winning Vocal Duo of the Year at the 2018 CMA Awards for a third consecutive year. Brothers...
  • Emily Korn

    Tash Sultana sets New York's Terminal 5 on fire

    At the age of 23 Tash Sultana is already taking the world by storm. Notable for her sultry voice and luscious lyrics, what ultimately sets Sultana apart is her overarching musical prowess (from her utterly tearing guitar solos to her mind-boggling piano strokes). Listening to the Australian artist...
  • Watch: The Rolling Stones release cryptic video to fans

    Watch: The Rolling Stones release cryptic video to fans

    The Rolling Stones may be taking a bite out of the Big Apple with those famous lips of theirs. The legendary rock & roll band recently posted a short, cryptic video set to the opening strains of “Paint It Black” showing the Statue of Liberty with the iconic lips and tongue logo rising behind it...
  • 5 panels and events to check out during Anime NYC 2018

    5 panels and events to check out during Anime NYC 2018

    Following a successful debut last year, Anime NYC returns to the Big Apple this weekend for all anime lovers. When it comes to guests, this year's installment features big names in the anime world, including animator Haruki Kashiwakura, singer Hironobu Kageyama, and Crunchyroll co-founder Kun Gao...
  • Best places for music lovers to shop around New York for Small Business Saturday 2018

    Best places for music lovers to shop around New York for Small Business Saturday 2018

    While most people are getting their battle gear ready for Black Friday, many can't wait for Small Business Saturday. Small business around the world deliver some great deals one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year. Since its start in 2010, many local businesses have seen a great boost in...
  • Concerts happening in New York during the week of Thanksgiving 2018

    Concerts happening in New York during the week of Thanksgiving 2018

    Thanksgiving in New York also means time to give thanks for several noteworthy concerts. A number of venues in the New York area have great concerts booked both before and after the holiday, for those music fans who want to celebrate the holiday with live music. Check out these five shows happening...
  • Emily Korn

    Christine and the Queens lights up Brooklyn Steel

    It was William Shakespeare who once asked what's in a name, later surmising that a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet; the notion has never been truer than with Christine and the Queens, now Chris. The French pansexual pop singer has, to say the least, had a transformative few years...
  • Big Wild announces Superdream tour 2019

    Big Wild announces Superdream tour 2019

    Producer Big Wild has announced tour dates for 2019 in support of his debut album Superdream, to be released on Feb. 1, 2019 (Tickets). The composer will kick off the tour in California before heading across the Midwest. After his performance at Detroit's Majestic on March 23, Big WIld will head out...
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    Liev Schreiber, Tamara Tunie attend Harlem School of the Arts Masquerade Ball

    The Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) Masquerade Ball and After Party welcomed celebrities, students, and patrons of the arts to The Plaza Hotel on Monday, and raised over a million dollars for the distinguished organization. Hosted by "Fox 5 NY" anchor Lori Stokes and nine-year-old HSA student Jayden...
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