Joel will perform one concert there per month “for as long as his fans continue to want to come, which should be a long time.”
If there’s a guidebook to aggressive rockers aging gracefully, Chris Cornell is writing it right now, with his live shows.
This weekend Arcade Fire played two intimate shows in an empty warehouse in semi-gentrified Bushwick, Brooklyn, under the name The Reflektors.
Radio.com’s Acoustic Showcase at CMJ: Kodaline, Dan Croll, Marc Scibilia, James Bay, Tommy & the High Pilots
Radio.com’s showcase during CMJ last night (October 18) at New York’s Rockwood Music Hall intimate Stage 3 highlighted five up-and-coming artists going acoustic.
A Brooklyn community meeting this week found that committee members strongly objecting to a recent petition to rename the corner of St. James Place and Fulton Place to Christopher Wallace Way, in honor of Notorious B.I.G.
Steely Dan begins a week-long residence at The Beacon Theatre in New York’s Upper West Side, playing full-albums, greatest hits, and even holding a fan-request night. We attended to the first ‘Aja’ night and hopped on IM to talk about our experience as being the absolute youngest people there by 15-20 years.
Originally scheduled as a day off, Blink-182’s Tom Delonge Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker opted to add a Brooklyn show tonight as a 9/11 tribute and a means to generate money and awareness for two hospitals.
For the Brooklyn neighborhood of Prospect Heights, the VMAs at Barclays Center were one block party that caught residents very unaware.
But in truth, the marriage of duel identities — Jenny from the block and a pop diva — has been messy and at times appeared disingenuous.
From September 25 to October 9, Sting will take over the Public Theater in New York City to play not only his hits, but also songs from his new album, ‘The Last Ship,’ out September 24.
Gaga appeared to tear up during her speech prior to singing. During the course of the song she changed a few words, to better suit the occasion.
After a tumultuous first day filled with consistent storming and canceled sets from Kings of Leon and more, New York’s Governors Ball got back on track Saturday with near-perfect weather. That’s not to say there weren’t challenges, of course.
It’s a wonder Governors Ball went on as long as it did last night (June 7). New York’s Randall’s Island was flooded, festival-goers were up to their knees in mud in some areas, and the […]
After watching Moroder follow his records to the club — only 40 years later — it seems you really can teach an old dog a new trick.
Michael Bublè surprised some very lucky commuters when they stepped off the train at Lincoln Center only to be welcomed with an a cappella rendition of “Who’s Lovin’ You” off his new album ‘To Be Loved.’