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  • Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals announces 2019 tour dates

    Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals announces 2019 tour dates

    Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals will kick off their first 2019 tour later this month. BHIC also announced a U.S. summer leg has been added. The full tour launches April 20 and includes a number of European festivals, Lollapalooza Paris and BBK Music Legends Festival among them. The run this...
  • Interview: Chloe emotively stunning on 'The In-Between'

    Interview: Chloe emotively stunning on 'The In-Between'

    Chloe Lowery has spent much of her career allowing her powerful vocals to shine brightly as part of Rocktopia, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and alongside Yanni and many other notable artists. Throughout it all, she has written music as both a manner of creative breathing and a constant form of daily...
  • Tommy Emmanuel announces fall 2019 performance at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland

    Tommy Emmanuel announces fall 2019 performance at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland

    At the tender age of just four-years-old, Tommy Emmanuel picked up his first guitar and was taught the basics by his mother. By the time Emmanuel was six-years-old he was working as a professional musician and recording artist. Prior to becoming a solo act, the Australian-born Emmanuel worked as a...
  • A R I Z O N A announces The Find Someone Tour 2019

    A R I Z O N A announces The Find Someone Tour 2019

    Before officially coming together to form the electropop/rock trio known as A R I Z O N A, Zachary Charles, Nate Esquite, and David Labuguen were three eager students attending Emerson College and Berklee College of Music in Boston. The three worked on their own personal music endeavors before...
  • Interview: Like a Storm's Chris Brooks talks about the making of 'Catacombs,' staying true to yourself, and a decade of makin

    Interview: Like a Storm's Chris Brooks talks about the making of 'Catacombs,' staying true to yourself, and a decade of making music

    Like a Storm plays by their own rules. Hailing from New Zealand, the hard rock band’s main concern is staying true to themselves no matter the cost. And it’s worked for them for the past ten years. It’s this same motivation that led them to their most ambitious album, Catacombs. Eager to evolve and...
  • Widespread Panic announces three-night run at St. Augustine Amphitheatre summer 2019

    Widespread Panic announces three-night run at St. Augustine Amphitheatre summer 2019

    For a band birthed in the mid-1980s, Widespread Panic has been able to stand the test of time. Since the band's conception in 1986, members have come and go but, the band's influences of Southern Rock, Blues Rock, and their jam band culture have always remained. Over the decades, Widespread Panic...
  • American Football announces summer 2019 tour

    American Football announces summer 2019 tour

    The Urbana, Illinois-bred rock band, American Football, originally made their way onto the mainstream rock scene in 1997. Unfortunately, after only being relevant in the music realm for three years, the collective disbanded in 2000. Fourteen years later in 2014, American Football reunited and have...
  • Catfish & The Bottlemen share new single, ‘Longshot,’ announce spring 2019 tour dates

    Catfish & The Bottlemen share new single, ‘Longshot,’ announce spring 2019 tour dates

    Catfish & The Bottlemen are back with a new single, new music video and a run of U.S. tour dates scheduled for this spring. The hard-hitting rock band from the U.K. (North Wales to be exact) released their first new song since 2016 earlier this week with a fresh rock tune titled “Longshot.” The...
  • SWMRS announces 'Berkley's On Fire' North American tour 2019

    SWMRS announces 'Berkley's On Fire' North American tour 2019

    Oakland rockers SWMRS are preparing to hit the road this spring. The band has announced dates for headlining North American outing dubbed the “Berkley’s On Fire Tour.” Shows kick off March 28 in San Diego California and will swing by major cities like Dallas, Austin, Washington, Seattle, Chicago...
  • Elephant Gym announces world tour 2019 coming to Slim's

    Elephant Gym announces world tour 2019 coming to Slim's

    It is becoming common knowledge that Taiwan's rock scene is one of the quickest growing audiences in creative expression around the world. The country already has one of the most revered film scenes in entertainment, now it looks like Taiwan will be put on the map in rock in the same way Korean K...
  • Watch: Rival Sons release official visualizer for new single 'Feral Roots'

    Watch: Rival Sons release official visualizer for new single 'Feral Roots'

    Rock band Rival Sons recently shared a new visualizer for the title track off their upcoming album Feral Roots. The clip, which premiered on Billboard, emphasizes the haunting vibe of the song with the first-person perspective of someone scavenging through the woods looking for items to conduct what...
  • The Monkees announces performance at Ocean Resort Casino in 2019

    The Monkees announces performance at Ocean Resort Casino in 2019

    There are very few musical talents on this planet that have transcended relevancy for over six decades. However, the immensely talented and legendary rock band, The Monkees, has been able to do just that since arriving on the scene in 1966. There isn't an accolade that The Monkees haven't been...
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    Photos: 5 reasons to see Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding live

    Alice Cooper’s Christmas Pudding has been a yearly affair in Phoenix for 17 years. Sheryl Cooper reminisced as she remembered it being conceived in the Cooper’s kitchen 20 years ago, “We always have and continue to have a love for teenagers.“ The annual event is a charity function that funds The...
  • Interview: The Protest build 'Noise Revolution' in the heartland

    Interview: The Protest build 'Noise Revolution' in the heartland

    Tucked away in the heartland of Indiana, a noise revolution is building in the form of The Protest. Comprised of four hard rocking friends who met in high school, The Protest has spent the better part of a decade crafting and evolving its sound, the progression of which is clearly recognizable on...
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    5 reasons to see The Struts live

    Sunday night all three levels of Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD were jam-packed with the sold-out crowd that came out to jam with The Struts. It is no surprise this band has such a draw since before their first album was released the U.K.-bred four-piece was tapped to open for The Rolling Stones...
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    Photos: 5 reasons to see Graham Nash live

    Graham Nash’s status as a music legend endures with a career that has spanned over the last 56 years. Looking and listening to Nash’s musical journey closely mirrors the history of rock music and America. Nash brought his live show to Tucson’s Fox Theatre on Oct.16. AXS was present to experience...
  • Clutch announces Holiday Run 2018 tour dates

    Clutch announces Holiday Run 2018 tour dates

    Maryland heavy-hitters Clutch announced their annual Holiday Run Tour dates. Tickets. Joining Clutch this Dec. are The Messthetics (ex-Fugazi), fellow Maryland rockers Lionize and Mike Dillon Band. The Holiday Run Tour kicks off Dec. 27 and ends with a New Year’s Eve show in Cleveland, OH, on Dec...
  • Listen: Rare 90s cassette recording of Jack White covering Blondie

    Listen: Rare 90s cassette recording of Jack White covering Blondie

    All this week is a celebration and appreciation of cassette tapes leading up to Cassette Store Day on Saturday, Oct. 13. To commemorate the event, Third Man Records co-founder Ben Blackwell, shared one of the rarest pieces in his collection: a 1997 recording of Jack White covering Blondie's "One Way...
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    Photos: 5 reasons to see Lake Street Dive live

    Lake Street Dive’s (LSD) current tour is going full throttle as it supports their third album, Free Yourself Up. The band made a stop at Tucson’s Rialto Theatre on Sept. 24. Fans packed the house for the third visit to the theatre. AXS was there and here are 5 reasons we know you'd want to see Lake...
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    Photos: 7 of the best things that happened at Farm Aid 2018

    Farm Aid 2018 provided a stellar lineup of entertainment this year. The festival took place at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut on Sept. 22. This was a stacked lineup with one act leading into the next. It went like clockwork. Farm Aid is about much more than entertainment. The natural...
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