Low Cut Connie Deliver Ferocious, Blazing Piano Rock Performance in Austin (SHOW REVIEW)

When Low Cut Connie (LCC) announced back-to-back shows at Austin’s The Mohawk, we gleefully rubbed our hands together, knowing the beloved Red River venue was in for a treat as the South Philly band is ...

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Cat Power Puts on Powerful, Enchanting Vocal Performance in Portland (SHOW REVIEW)

Those who came to see Chan Marshall aka Cat Power perform her best-known songs at her sold out show in Portland, Oregon on November 18 may have been disappointed. The mercurial singer has always pursued ...

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Parker Gispert Breaks Free From The Whigs To Make Grand Solo Debut With ‘Sunlight Tonight’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

After five albums at the helm of the Atlanta-based band the Whigs, as well as countless tours and television appearances, Parker Gispert found himself at the proverbial crossroads when the group decided to take a ...

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Blues Traveler & Con Brio Join Forces at Los Angeles’ Belasco Theatre (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Two bands that may be headed in different directions joined forces for a show at the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles on November 13, 2018. One band is a group of grizzled veterans that ...

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The Last Waltz Graces The Capitol Theatre With Help From Russo, Metzger, Benevento, Morby, Cline, Chimenti, Finn & More

Forget stuffing, gravy and pies, the true treat every Thanksgiving is the opportunity to revisit the best movie made about a live concert, The Last Waltz. For the last few years, a large group of ...

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At Philadelphia’s Fillmore, The John Butler Trio Rages In Heavy Driven Acoustic Element (SHOW REVIEW)

In support of its newest release and seventh studio album, Home, the John Butler Trio returned to Philadelphia for an energizing performance at the Fillmore on November 17th. It’s been four years since the band ...

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Charles Bradley Gives A Proper & Soulful Farewell With Final Studio LP ‘Black Velvet’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Singer Charles Bradley, unfortunately, passed away in November of 2017 from stomach cancer and his final studio album Black Velvet posthumously sums up his career with outtakes recorded during his previous sessions for his three ...

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Jack White & Drummer Carla Azar Shake Up Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre

The gorgeously restored Kings Theatre in Flatbush Brooklyn hosted the first of two Jack White shows on a freezing November,16th. White and company are wrapping up their world tour for his most recent release, Boarding ...

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‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ Another Fun, If Imperfect, Journey Into the Wizarding World (FILM REVIEW)

Fans of J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World will find a lot to love in the latest chapter.

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Gary Clark Jr. Proves Guitar Gods Still Exist At Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre (SHOW REVIEW)

Rock ‘n’ roll guitar gods are a dying breed. Page, Beck, Clapton and the other classic rockers are all eligible for Social Security. There have been a few contenders since that era, but in this ...

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