Eazy and ODB get resurrected for a hip-hop festival.
Is there a better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo than seeing Clucth at the House Of Blues in Boston? This is our fourth piece on these guys this year I believe and I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s either because a) We really like ‘em and think you should too or b) They’re really great and we think you should like ‘em. My second time seeing Clutch this year and somewhere in the double digits overall, Clutch never [...]
Justin Timberlake has reclaimed his throne as the biggest artist in pop music without breaking a sweat-never mind the six year layoff he took between FutureSex/LoveSounds and this year’s 20/20 Experience, which is already closing in on double-platinum status. It looks as though JT is compensating for having been absent from music for so long, though. A 20/20 sequel is already in the works and scheduled for September 30th. Interestingly, that date also comes just as the deluge of big-name [...]
His voice may be different, but that guitar can sing pretty well still.
Fagen and Becker are back on the road. Find out if they are playing in a city near you.
Can you believe that it’s been 25 years since the release of Living Colour’s debut “Vivid?” The pioneering band is still in fine form, as their recent performance in Boston can attest to.
Because where else are you going to see Beyonce and Nine Inch Nails on the same bill?
We Saw It! Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell with Richard Thompson – The Beacon Theater, New York, March 27
Three of the greatest singer/songwriters in history joined forces for an amazing show. Here’s our review.
C’mon. Who doesn’t want to see The Cure?
The old school can still bring it live (in case you had any doubt.)
John Mayer is back on the road, and he’s brought Phillip Phillips with him. Check out the dates!