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  • Billy Joel to play record-setting Madison Square Garden show

    Billy Joel to play record-setting Madison Square Garden show

    New York's iconic Madison Square Garden has hosted many a big-name act, but none have played the venue consecutively as many times as Billy Joel--the Piano Man is about to set a new record with his 45th consecutive show as part of his monthly residency. The concert will be his 91st MSG performance...
  • Benjamin Booker releases single from new album, announces show at Rough Trade NYC

    Benjamin Booker releases single from new album, announces show at Rough Trade NYC

    27-year-old Los Angeles-based guitar slinger and singer-songwriter Benjamin Booker will be rolling through New York City this summer. Booker will stop into Rough Trade NYC on Monday, June 5. Originally from New Orleans, Booker doles out devastating rock rooted in the blues but with punk power...
  • Best Mother's Day brunch in New York 2017

    Best Mother's Day brunch in New York 2017

    Mother’s in New York will be ecstatic at the number of restaurants that families can take them to for a great Mother’s Day brunch. With so many restaurants in the City that will perfectly cater to mom, picking out the best brunch spot will be hard to do. That’s why we did the legwork to give you the...
  • The New York Pops will return to the iconic Forest Hills Stadium on Thursday, June 8

    The New York Pops will play the music of John Williams at Forest Hills Stadium this summer

    For decades, The New York Pops has carved a space in the crowded New York orchestra scene based on their inventive and accessible symphonic renditions of popular music. The Pops celebrate their 34th year in operation this summer and following their birthday gala in May, the Pops will return to...
  • Anathema announce 2017 North American tour

    Anathema announce 2017 North American tour

    In 2013, Anathema held their first ever North American headlining tour, which led to several sold out shows in the progress. The following year, they came back to the area as the supporting act for HIM's spring tour before the release of their 2014 album Distant Satellites. When Anathema revealed a...
  • Best bars and restaurants to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in New York 2017

    Best bars and restaurants to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in New York 2017

    Every year, Cinco de Mayo brings an exciting flavor to New York. The bars and restaurants will be packed with revelers looking to soak in the Mexican culture, and with so many establishments ready to roll out the red carpet and tequila for party patrons, picking a place to celebrate will be tough...
  • Interview: Lil Waah and Ruff Ryders Indy represent at We R the Streets showcase

    Interview: Lil Waah and Ruff Ryders Indy represent at We R the Streets showcase

    The Ruff Ryders' We R the Streets Music Showcase featured talented indie artists from New York and beyond at SOB's on April 14. The sold-out event also included performances by Ruff Ryders Indy artists Quadir Lateef, Lil Waah and Drew James in advance of their appearances at the Ruff Ryders Reunion...
  • Yankees sign left handed pitcher Jordan Montgomery

    Yankees sign left handed pitcher Jordan Montgomery

    The New York Yankees signed left-handed pitcher Jordan Montgomery to a one-year contract worth $535,000 on Wednesday. A native of Sumter, S.C., Montgomery has joined the Yankees starting rotation and was the Yankees starting pitcher on Wednesday when they hosted the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium...
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    Rock Hall Simulcast gives fans an unfiltered live performance for the ages

    No doubt about it, this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was all inclusive. Those making the 2017 class included Electric Light Orchestra, Joan Baez, Yes, Tupac Shakur, Journey and Pearl Jam. That’s a pretty long stretch of diverse musical talent even for the Rock Hall. The event...
  • Incendiary & CFO$ release Aleister Black's entrance theme 'Root of All Evil'

    Incendiary & CFO$ release Aleister Black's entrance theme 'Root of All Evil'

    If you're a wrestling fan, you probably saw the NXT TakeOver: Orlando PPV on Saturday night. Held inside the sold out Amway Center, the card featured the debut of Aleister Black, who is best known in the indy circuit as Tommy End. When he arrived to the ring to face Andrade Almas, fans were greeted...
  • PVRIS announce free concert at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Neaux on April 24

    PVRIS announce free concert at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Neaux on April 24

    To say that 2017 will be a major year for PVRIS is a complete understatement. The Massachusetts rock outfit spent the past two years performing sold out shows around the world in support of their debut album White Noise, and back in February, they finished recording their highly anticipated...
  • Mutoid Man announce new album 'War Moans,' reveal summer tour

    Mutoid Man announce new album 'War Moans,' reveal summer tour

    Metal outfit Mutoid Man, which features Cave In guitarist Steve Brodsky and Converge drummer Ben Koller, have been in the studio working on the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album Bleeder, and today, they finally unveiled information on some new music. On June 2, the band will...
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    Photos: Crystal Fighters make fans feel like family at El Rey concert

    If you’ve never heard the Spanish music/ dance hybrid Crystal Fighters, the best place to discover them is live in concert. That much was clear after their enveloping, energizing performance at L.A.’s El Rey Theatre on March 31. The band is touring in support of their new album Everything Is My...
  • ImJaeHall

    New York artist ImJaeHall goes 'Hollywood'

    Bronx representer ImJaeHall recently debuted a passionate and alluring single, "Hollywood." Transitioning seamlessly between soulful R&B crooning and an energetic rap flow, the track is the perfect introduction to the genre-fluid artist. Illustrating a longing for the West Coast and for success...
  • The best NYC concerts for April 2017

    The best NYC concerts for April 2017

    April showers bring May flowers, but the month also brings some stellar performances to the Big Apple. A beloved NYC metal outfit celebrates the release of their new album, a New Jersey outfit make their long-awaited return to the city, and a Platinum-selling rapper makes his big return to the city...
  • DJ Snake, Above & Beyond to perform at Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro

    DJ Snake, Above & Beyond to perform at Electric Zoo: The 6th Boro

    For months, fans have been wondering who will perform at this year's Electric Zoo, which takes place on Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 1 through Sept. 3) at Randall's Island Park. The folks behind the festival told fans they would drop phase one of the lineup tomorrow, but they couldn't hold it in any...
  • The Birthday Massacre release new song 'Counterpane,' announce North American tour

    The Birthday Massacre release new song 'Counterpane,' announce North American tour

    Since last summer, Canadian synthpop band The Birthday Massacre have been working on their new studio album Under Your Spell, which is slated to be released on June 9 via Metropolis Records. With the days counting down until the album's release, the band have held small listening parties to rave...
  • NYC's newest venue Brooklyn Steel opens April 6 with a five-night stand from LCD Soundsystem

    Brooklyn Steel announces opening week residency with LCD Soundsystem

    Though LCD Soundsystem’s new album may still be a few months away, James Murphy’s dance-punk project hasn’t slowed down since they returned to touring a year ago. Case in point: Today (March 28), the group has announced a five-night residency at New York’s newest concert venue, Brooklyn Steel. The...
  • Bask in the glory of these great Hall and Oates music videos

    Bask in the glory of these great Hall and Oates music videos

    We can imagine the set of a Daryl Hall and John Oates video in pristine detail: rows of fog machines, stacks of top-of-the-line keyboards, racks of blazers, an entire bin of hair spray and perhaps a saxophonist waiting in the curtains. The pioneering pop rock duo defined the sights and sounds of the...
  • Miss May I announce US headlining tour

    Miss May I announce US headlining tour

    Last year, Ohio metalcore band Miss May I left longtime record label Rise Records to join Sharptone Records, which is owned by former Sumerian Records vice president Shawn Keith and Nuclear Blast CEO Markus Staiger. The outfit have been working on their new studio album called Shadows Inside and...
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