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  • Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness announces Dear Jack Benefit Concert at Royale in Boston

    Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness announces Dear Jack Benefit Concert at Royale in Boston

    After holding the eighth annual Dear Jack Benefit Concert at Denver’s Ogden Theatre in 2017, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness will bring the ninth installment of the benefit for adolescent and young adult cancer patients to Boston’s Royale on Nov. 11. McMahon took to Twitter on Tuesday (Aug. 14) to...
  • Tank and the Bangas along with Big Freedia announce The Head Banga co-headlining fall tour

    Tank and the Bangas along with Big Freedia announce The Head Banga co-headlining fall tour

    2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest winners Tank and the Bangas are heading out on tour across North America this fall with the one and only Big Freedia for the newly announced Head Banga Tour. The upcoming run of shows will take both acts across the U.S. and Canada this fall starting with two concerts at...
  • Maggie Rogers announces North American tour dates for fall

    Maggie Rogers announces North American tour dates for fall

    2017 breakout singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers has announced her plans to tour North America this fall with 14 headlining performances scheduled to begin on Oct. 15 in San Francisco. The announcement of her upcoming tour on Tuesday morning comes just a few days after she shared her latest new single...
  • Pond announces North American fall tour, share ethereal new single, ‘Burnt Out Star’

    Pond announces North American fall tour, share ethereal new single, ‘Burnt Out Star’

    Australian psych-rock band Pond will tour across North America this fall, with 17 new concert dates announced on Monday morning. The fall headlining trek will start on Oct. 16 at Seattle’s Neptune Theatre following their appearances at Desert Daze and Treasure Island Festivals the weekend prior. The...
  • Gregory Alan Isakov Tour heading to North America and Europe for fall 2018

    Gregory Alan Isakov Tour heading to North America and Europe for fall 2018

    Acoustic Indie-folk singer and songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov has announced his first studio album since 2013’s The Weatherman and will plan on touring North America and Europe in support of the project this fall. The popular acoustic guitarist, singer and producer will release Evening Machines on...
  • Liz Phair announces North American fall concerts dates with Amps on the Lawn Tour

    Liz Phair announces North American fall concerts dates with Amps on the Lawn Tour

    Liz Phair’s Girly Sound to Guyville North American spring tour is set to begin later this month on May 31. The summer run is coordinated with the 25th anniversary of Phair’s 1993 debut album, Exile in Guyville, and comes with the release of a box-set reissue titled Girly-Sound To Guyville. On...
  • Car Seat Headrest announce North American concert dates for 2018 world tour

    Car Seat Headrest announce North American concert dates for 2018 world tour

    Car Seat Headrest have revealed their 2018 touring schedule, which will start next month with an intimate show at Brooklyn’s Market Hotel and continue until well into the fall with a final gig in Germany on Nov. 17. The 47-date global tour will take the popular indie rock band from Virginia across...
  • James Bay announces ‘Electric Light’ LP, adds more 2018 tour dates

    James Bay announces ‘Electric Light’ LP, adds more 2018 tour dates

    Popular British singer/guitarist James Bay has officially announced the title and release date for his upcoming sophomore album. Electric Light will follow 2015’s Grammy-nominated Chaos and the Calm when it arrives via Republic Records on May 18. In addition to detailing the artwork, release date...
  • Gomez announce tour behind 20th anniversary reissue of 'Bring It On'

    Gomez announce tour behind 20th anniversary reissue of 'Bring It On'

    The veteran British indie-rock outfit known as Gomez are ready celebrate the 20th anniversary of their platinum-selling debut album, Bring It On. The band announced their 2018 plans in a post shared to their social media outlets on Tuesday morning, which includes a complete reissue of the 1998 album...
  • James Bay shares new 'Wild Love' single and announces first 2018 tour dates

    James Bay shares new 'Wild Love' single and announces first 2018 tour dates

    New year, new James Bay! The British guitarist and singer released a brand new single late last week, in addition to revealing an upcoming run of U.K. and North American spring tour dates to go with a trimmed up new hairstyle of his. Bay’s latest single, titled “Wild Love,” provides a soft, synth...
  • Marian Hill announce Unusual tour, new song coming Friday

    Marian Hill announce Unusual tour, new song coming Friday

    Electro-pop duo Marian Hill are headed back out on the road this spring. The duo made up of synth/keyboardist Jeremy Lloyd and singer Samantha Gongol announced their upcoming run of concert dates on Tuesday, which will fall under the promotional banner, “Unusual.” Tuesday’s announcement also...
  • The Black Angels and Black Lips announce ‘Birds and the Bees’ spring tour dates

    The Black Angels and Black Lips announce ‘Birds and the Bees’ spring tour dates

    The Black Angels and the Black Lips have announced a run of North American concerts dates set for this spring under the banner, The Birds & The Bees Tour. Revealed on Tuesday, the 25-date run will start out on March 20 in Oklahoma City, and will see the two psych-rock powerhouse bands playing to...
  • Citizen to perform at Boston’s Royale

    Citizen to perform at Boston’s Royale

    Rock outfit Citizen will perform at Boston’s Royale at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 22 with special guests Sorority Noise and Great Grandpa. Citizen is on tour performing selections from their third studio long-player, As You Please. The 12-track album, which was released back on Oct. 6 via Run For...
  • Boston’s Royale to host Wolf Parade on Oct. 20

    Boston’s Royale to host Wolf Parade on Oct. 20

    Royale will host Wolf Parade at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20. The Canadian indie rock outfit will be joined by special guest Charly Bliss. Wolf Parade is expected to perform material from their recently released fourth full-length, Cry Cry Cry. The album, released back on Oct. 6 via Sub Pop Records, is...
  • Yung Lean announces North American tour dates, new single and new album

    Yung Lean announces North American tour dates, new single and new album

    Sweden born-singer and rapper Yung Lean just announced some wonderful news for his fans. First, he’ll be dropping a new album called Stranger in November, and to introduce it he released a single titled “Hunting My Own Skin," which you can hear above. Plus, the 21-year-old just announced a slew of...
  • The Dear Hunter‏ return to the road this winter with The Family Crest and Vava

    The Dear Hunter‏ return to the road this winter with The Family Crest and Vava

    Rhode Island prog rockers The Dear Hunter are slated to release their forthcoming EP, All Is As All Should Be, on Dec. 1, and the sextet will hit the tour bus in support of the six-track effort. They'll tap fellow rockers The Family Crest and Vava as support along the 14-show run. The tour kicks off...
  • Nick Murphy to headline Boston’s Royale

    Nick Murphy to headline Boston’s Royale

    Australian pop phenomenon Nick Murphy, formerly known by his stage name Chet Faker, will headline Boston’s Royale on Monday, Sept. 18. The recording artist will be joined by special guests Charlotte Cardin and Heathered Pearls. Nick Murphy, who dropped his Chart Faker alias last year, is on the road...
  • Buffalo Tom to celebrate Let Me Come Over Anniversary at Royale

    Buffalo Tom to celebrate Let Me Come Over Anniversary at Royale

    90's alt-rock stalwarts Buffalo Tom will bring their Let Me Come Over 25th Anniversary Tour to Royale on Saturday, Sept. 9. The indie rock trio is scheduled to take the stage at 7 p.m. Buffalo Tom is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Let Me Come Over by performing the album from front to back, in...
  • Tennis extend North American tour into the winter

    Tennis extend North American tour into the winter

    The husband-and-wife indie pop duo known as Tennis will be staying out on the road throughout the fall and into the new year. Announced on Tuesday, the band will set off on a North American tour starting Nov. 13 in Albuquerque, NM and ending a little over a month into the new year with the last...
  • Boston’s Royale to host Highly Suspect

    Boston’s Royale to host Highly Suspect

    Boston’s Royale Nightclub will host Brooklyn-based indie rock trio Highly Suspect on Saturday, Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. The Grammy-nominated three-piece will be joined by special guests And The Kids and DJ Redbees. Highly Suspect is touring in continued support of sophomore studio long-player, The Boy Who...
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