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  • The Cactus Blossoms announces 'Easy Way' Tour 2019

    The Cactus Blossoms announces 'Easy Way' Tour 2019

    Americana duo Cactus Blossoms are taking to the road to support their upcoming album on the Easy Way Tour 2019. The Cactus Blossoms will kick off the tour by performing a series of dates in their hometown of St. Paul, Minnesota on Jan. 21, 28 and Feb. 9. They'll travel Midwest and east coast cities...
  • Blaqk Audio announces 'Only Things We Love' tour 2019

    Blaqk Audio announces 'Only Things We Love' tour 2019

    When Davey Havok and Jade Puget aren't busy with rock band AFI, they turn to a different genre with electronic side project Blaqk Audio--and the duo is back with new music and a tour for 2019. Havok and Puget will take Blaqk Audio on the road this spring, with stops in San Francisco, Denver...
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    Calling All Divas concert musical coming to Keswick Theatre March 2019

    Calling All Divas! The concert musical will be making its way to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, Pensylvania March 2. The show features an ensemble cast playing hits from some of greatest divas to grace the music industry. Some of those divas include Etta James, Carole King, The Pointer Sisters...
  • Watch: The War On Drugs cover John Lennon at hometown holiday show in Philadelphia

    Watch: The War On Drugs cover John Lennon at hometown holiday show in Philadelphia

    Philadelphia rockers The War On Drugs kicked off a three-night hometown holiday run, dubbed  a “Drug-cember to Remember," Wednesday night (Dec. 19) where they welcomed a special guest and busted out a choice cover.  As Jambase reported, The War On Drugs returned to their cover of John Lennon’s “Mind...
  • 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...
  • Let's Eat Grandma announces 2019 US tour dates

    Let's Eat Grandma announces 2019 US tour dates

    UK art-pop duo Let’s Eat Grandma have announced a slew of shows in the U.S. set for the spring of 2019. Let’s Eat Grandma kick of their Stateside run on April 1 in Washington D.C. before heading to the Northeast including a stop at The Sinclair in the Boston area. The duo then hit New York and...
  • 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...
  • Bell Biv DeVoe announces 2019 performance at Parx Casino

    Bell Biv DeVoe announces 2019 performance at Parx Casino

    90's fan favorites Bell Biv DeVoe will be making a stop at Xcite Center at Parx Casino in 2019,  bringing their R&B and hip-hop hits to Philadelphia fans on Friday, Jan. 25. The tour date was confirmed on their Facebook page on Tuesday, and fans can get tickets beginning Dec. 6 here at AXS. Bell...
  • 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...
  • BROODS announces 2019 spring tour dates

    BROODS announces 2019 spring tour dates

    New Zealand brother-sister duo BROODS has announced an expansion of tour dates for spring 2019. The duo has been traveling the world in support of their second full-length album Conscious and in 2019; they will be on the road promoting their third album Don't Feed the Pop Monster.  The North...
  • Frank Caliendo announces performance at Parx Casino

    Frank Caliendo announces performance at Parx Casino

    Frank Caliendo has added a show at Xcite Center at Parx Casino to his 2019 tour. The comedian, impressionist and sports enthusiast announced the new tour stop on his website, bringing his huge repertoire of celebrity impressions to the Philadelphia area. Watch some of his best impressions by playing...
  • The Dollop podcast announces live tour 2018-19 dates

    The Dollop podcast announces live tour 2018-19 dates

    Comedian and history enthusiast Dave Anthony is taking the Dollop podcast out on the road with co-host Gareth Reynolds once more to delight fans with history combined with wild tellings of the past. The hit podcast kicks off its 2018 and 2019 run in Royal Oak, Michigan on Nov. 30 (Tickets) and will...
  • Acid Mothers Temple announces spring 2019 tour dates

    Acid Mothers Temple announces spring 2019 tour dates

    Japanese psychedelic rock band Acid Mothers Temple has announced 2019 spring dates including stops in Boston and Philadelphia. AMT will take the stage at Great Scott in Allston, Massachusetts on Thursday, April 18. The band then heads south to Philadelphia’s Underground Arts on Tuesday, April 2...
  • Thursday announces 2019 tour dates

    Thursday announces 2019 tour dates

    The band Thursday has announced tour dates in 2019 that will conclude the band's run after more than 20 years. Thursday has been performing their biggest albums, Full Collapse and War All the Time, throughout the past year and soon will take both of the albums on the road in two separate legs. The...
  • Listen: BADBADNOTGOOD and Little Dragon shine on 'Tried'

    Listen: BADBADNOTGOOD and Little Dragon shine on 'Tried'

    Although BadBadNotGood released their latest album in 2016, recordings from the guest-filled IV sessions keep on giving. As Stereogum reported, the Toronto four-piece--consisting of keyboardist Matthew Tavares, bassist Chester Hansen, saxophonist Leland Whitty, and drummer Alexander Sowinski...
  • Fans can win free tickets through 2020 in contest to rename former Electric Factory venue in Philadelphia

    Fans can win free tickets through 2020 in contest to rename former Electric Factory venue in Philadelphia

    The Philadelphia venue formerly known as Electric Factory is getting a new name—and fans will get a chance to rename the venue in a contest in which the winner will get two free tickets to every show at the venue through 2020. The venue is temporarily named North Seventh in reference to its street...
  • Bob Dylan, Weezer, Charlie Wilson among first performers for re-opened The Met Philadelphia

    Bob Dylan, Weezer, Charlie Wilson among first performers for re-opened The Met Philadelphia

    Bob Dylan, Weezer, Charlie Wilson and John Oliver are among the first entertainers to perform at The Met Philadelphia, also known as the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia, when the venue re-opens in December. The venue was built in 1906, and started out as an opera house but became a church...
  • Philadelphia 76ers lining up new general manager

    Philadelphia 76ers lining up new general manager

    After parting with executive Bryan Colangelo over the summer, the Philadelphia 76ers are now in the process of finding their next general manager. According to ESPN, several key names are up for the position, including Golden State's Larry Harris, Houston's Gersson Rosas and Utah's Justin Zanik...
  • Wavves & Beach Fossils announce co-headlining fall 2018 tour

    Wavves & Beach Fossils announce co-headlining fall 2018 tour

    East and west coasts unite in the name of rock this fall, as Brooklyn band Beach Fossils are teaming up with California's Wavves for a co-headlining North American tour scheduled to begin on Oct. 24 in Washington, DC. The “I Love You” Tour will run for 14 shows in 10 cities before coming to an end...
  • Philadelphia 76ers need Markelle Fultz to regain form

    Philadelphia 76ers need Markelle Fultz to regain form

    In the NBA, teams can’t afford to miss on a No. 1 overall pick. For the Philadelphia 76ers, Markelle Fultz’s potential is still very much a mystery. He fought through a shoulder injury his rookie season and needed to rebuild his shooting mechanics, and he did just enough to showcase flashes of...
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