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  • Animal Collective to perform 'Sung Tongs' on 2018 summer tour

    Animal Collective to perform 'Sung Tongs' on 2018 summer tour

    In 2004, indie rock band Animal Collective released their fifth studio album titled Sung Tongs. The 12 song release is one of two albums to feature founding band members Avey Tare and Panda Bear performing as a duo. Back in December, the pair performed the album in its entirety for the first time at...
  • Billy Joel adds 57th record-breaking MSG residency show in New York

    Billy Joel adds 57th record-breaking MSG residency show in New York

    Billy Joel continues to pack in the crowds at The World's Most Famous Arena. By popular demand, the six-time Grammy winner has added another new date to his monthly residency, scheduled for Oct. 27 in New York at Madison Square Garden. The Piano Man announced the new show on March 15 at his official...
  • Arctic Monkeys reveal North American summer tour schedule

    Arctic Monkeys reveal North American summer tour schedule

    Following what feels like months of waiting and speculation, British rock outfit Arctic Monkeys finally announced their North American touring plans on Monday morning. The band had previously revealed plans for their upcoming headlining appearance at Firefly Music Festival in mid-June, which will...
  • Ry Cooder announces tour in support of new album 'The Prodigal Son'

    Ry Cooder announces tour in support of new album 'The Prodigal Son'

    Ry Cooder has become the "Prodigal Son" of music. It’s been a while since anyone has last heard from him-- six years to be exact. While many were questioning whether he had disappeared from our radars forever, Cooder was busy in his recording lab, cooking up the latest stew of sounds that would be...
  • Interview: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong's Greg Ormont talks new album 'Pizazz' and how the band puts the 'Fun in Funk'

    Interview: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong's Greg Ormont talks new album 'Pizazz' and how the band puts the 'Fun in Funk'

    The first thing most people may notice about funk-infused jamband Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is their catchy, alliterative name. But for those so compelled to go see the up and coming four-piece, what becomes immediately evident is the band’s tireless work ethic and ability to enthrall and engage...
  • Nick Cave urges fans to ask him 'anything' on upcoming Q&A tour 'Conversations with Nick Cave'

    Nick Cave urges fans to ask him 'anything' on upcoming Q&A tour 'Conversations with Nick Cave'

    There has always been an air of mystique around singer-songwriter Nick Cave. But now it seems Cave is ready to pull back the curtain so to speak. Nick Cave is hitting the road this spring for a series of Q&A shows dubbed “Conversations with Nick Cave,” and, according to Pitchfork, the Bad Seeds...
  • Chon announce 2018 spring tour with Polyphia, TTNG, and Tricot

    Chon announce 2018 spring tour with Polyphia, TTNG, and Tricot

    Since the release of their sophomore studio album Homey, prog rock band Chon has seen major success with packed venues across the country. This spring, they're looking to continue their momentum with the return of the Super Chon Bros tour. Revealed today, their headlining tour begins on May 24, and...
  • Thursday announces 20th anniversary shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg for December

    Thursday announces 20th anniversary shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg for December

    Influential New Jersey band Thursday are known for throwing some of the best annual holiday shows at Starland Ballroom. Over the weekend, the band posted a photo of Santa Claus with the caption, "You might guess the time, but can you guess the place?" With the assumption that Starland wasn't going...
  • Kyary Pamyu Pamyu announce 2018 world tour

    Kyary Pamyu Pamyu announce 2018 world tour

    2018 has already been a big year for J-Pop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. She recently celebrated her 25th birthday with her annual celebration at Tokyo nightclub AgeHa and announced a performance at Popspring 2018 along with Little Mix and Nick Jonas. Last year, the artist didn't make her way to North...
  • The best NYC concerts for March 2018

    The best NYC concerts for March 2018

    March is here, and while many will be busy at sports bars placing bets on March Madness, there's a ton of artists looking to deliver some performances all over the Big Apple. A symphonic metal band will bring a unique performance to Playstation Theater, a longtime New Jersey group make their return...
  • Best concerts and shows in New York for St. Patrick's Day 2018

    Best concerts and shows in New York for St. Patrick's Day 2018

    This St. Patrick's Day, you're sure to find parties and events just about everywhere, with parades, plenty of "kiss me, I'm Irish" shirts and an abundance of green beer. Yet few things are more fun than a concert, and in New York this St. Paddy's Day, you can enjoy everything from rock bands to pop...
  • Yung Musa

    Yung Musa brings the heat with new single 'Stack It Up'

    Brooklyn native Yung Musa is heating up 2018 early with a new single and coveted spot at SXSW next month. "Stack It Up" is the latest release from the artist, producer and musician, and the accompanying music video has received over 3,000 views on YouTube. Produced by Fast Life Beats and featuring...
  • New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay receives second chance

    New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay receives second chance

    Emmanuel Mudiay came into the NBA with great athleticism and higher expectations. The Denver Nuggets made him a top-10 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, but his career flat-lined in the Rocky Mountains. Now, with the New York Knicks, he receives the rare second chance to prove himself once again. With the...
  • Billy Joel extends 2018 residency in New York at Madison Square Garden into the fall

    Billy Joel extends 2018 residency in New York at Madison Square Garden into the fall

    Billy Joel has given fans in The Big Apple a belated Valentine's Day gift. The hometown hero has extended his monthly residency by popular demand with a new show, slated for Sept. 30 in New York at Madison Square Garden. The six-time Grammy winner unveiled the news on Feb. 15 via his official Billy...
  • Punk legends Descendents announce 2018 tour

    Punk legends Descendents announce 2018 tour

    Last year, beloved punk band Descendents toured the country in support of their seventh studio album Hypercaffium Spazzinate. Unfortunately, some ares were left out of their yearlong touring schedule. On Tuesday, the group announced plans to make up for it with another string of shows throughout...
  • Mount Kimbie release new track 'Turtle Neck Man,' featuring King Krule

    Mount Kimbie release new track 'Turtle Neck Man,' featuring King Krule

    Electronic duo Mount Kimbie have shared yet another collaboration with their UK country countryman King Krule. The frequent collaborators and musical mavericks have put out a song titled “Turtle Neck Man” via Warp Records. You can listen to “Turtle Neck Man” below.  According to Pitchfork, the 8...
  • Free family-friendly events in New York for St. Patrick's Day 2018

    Free family-friendly events in New York for St. Patrick's Day 2018

    St. Patrick’s Day in New York is famous for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Day parade in the world.  Millions of people line the streets of New York to see the spectacle, which includes politicians, dignitaries, marching bands, bagpipers, Irish step dancers...
  • Sum 41 announce Does This Look Infected? 15th anniversary North American tour

    Sum 41 announce Does This Look Infected? 15th anniversary North American tour

    Sum 41’s sophomore album, Does This Look Infected?, recently turned 15 years old this past November, so the pop-punk band are heading out on a North American tour this spring to celebrate. Announced on Tuesday morning, the Canadian rock band will kick off their upcoming 15th anniversary tour on...
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    K-pop group ASTRO finish up their US tour in New York

    Adorable rookie group ASTRO embarked on their first US fan meeting tour earlier this month. The group made their way from coast to coast before finally ending in New York City at the Town Hall Theater. Fans gathered quickly and took their seats as they eagerly waited for the show begin. The lights...
  • John Mellencamp, Jermaine Dupri and Alan Jackson tapped for Songwriters Hall of Fame

    John Mellencamp, Jermaine Dupri and Alan Jackson tapped for Songwriters Hall of Fame

    The Songwriters Hall of Fame announced their new inductees will include John Mellencamp, Kool and the Gang, Jermaine Dupri and Alan Jackson on Feb. 6, according to Billboard. The new class of inductees will also include Bill Anderson, Ronald Bell, Steve Dorff, and Allee Willis, according to a...
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