Skip to main content

The Latest

  • Best live music in Boston this February
    Best live music in Boston this February
    As Boston (hopefully) spends February transitioning from winter to, well, a less-cold winter, the music scene is set to follow suit. Bands are soon to begin their spring tours and Boston remains an east coast music hub for every major act. As is...
  • AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
    Tee up some great jazz during for AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
    There is no shortage of indications that spring is nearly upon us in Northern California. There has been lots of sunshine and blues skies (although I’d rather see rain greening the Golden State), mustard blossoming in meadows and buds...
  • Gladys Knight - Super Bowl Gospel Celebration
    Super Bowl Gospel Celebration airing Sunday
    On Super Bowl Sunday, February 1, 2015 BET and Centric will be airing the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration.Co-hosted by actress Holly Robinson Peete and retired NFL quarterback Rodney Peete, the gospel musical special will premiere on BET at 10:00 a...
  • New video for The Smith Street Band's "Get High, See No One"
    New video for The Smith Street Band's "Get High, See No One"
    Australian punk four-piece The Smith Street Band has just created a new video for the song "Get High, See No One." From the band's latest release on SideOneDummy Records, Throw Me in the River, "Get High, See No One" is a...
  • Shania Twain speaking at Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas - Ethan Miller - Getty
    Shania Twain Las Vegas special to air on ABC
    Shania Twain will give TV viewers a taste of her critically acclaimed Las Vegas residency in next month. The 5-time Grammy winner's concert special "Shania: Still the One: Live from Las Vega will premiere via ABC on Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET...
  • Music News: Tom Petty
    Music News: Tom Petty, Buddy Holly, Elton John
    Tom Petty recently addressed the recent news of him and collaborator Jeff Lynne receiving songwriting credit on Sam Smith’s hit “Stay With Me”. In a statement via Billboard, he praised Smith for immediately addressing the...
  • Pierce the Veil begin their World Tour's 2nd leg with a hometown bang
    Pierce the Veil begin their World Tour's 2nd leg with a hometown bang
    Let’s face it. There are very few mainstream bands or artists that have been born and bred in San Diego. Many who have made their start here have made the great migration north. Some settled here later. However, one of the few who, with a...
  • Erica Campbell to perform at Grammy Legacy Concert
    Erica Campbell tapped to peform at GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert
    The GRAMMY Foundation® will host Lean On Me: A Celebration Of Music And Philanthropy, the 17th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert, featuring live musical performances and archival footage from its preservation archives. GRAMMY winner and...
  • Charles Villiers Stanford: Chamber Music
    The Gould Piano Trio (and friends) survey the chamber music of Stanford
    Charles Villiers Stanford was an Irish composer, who was born in Dublin on September 30, 1852. However, his substantive music education took place in Germany (Leipzig and Berlin) and England (Cambridge). His attachment to Cambridge was sealed when...
  • Erin Johnson and Sun Ha Yoon
    San Francisco Opera announces the 2015 Schwabacher Debut Recitals
    The Schwabacher Debut Recitals, presented by the San Francisco Opera Center and the Merola Opera Program, will get under way at the beginning of next month. This series is named for the late James Schwabacher, co-founder of the Merola Opera...
  • Ringo Starr is a Skechers spokesmodel
    Skechers spokesmodel Ringo Starr announces new album and tour
    According to a Jan. 29 report from USA Today, Skechers spokesmodel Ringo Starr has announced new tour dates to coincide with the release of his new album. Starr, 74, hits the road in mid-February, just over a month before Postcards From Paradise...
  • Paul McCartney Japanese tour banner
    Paul McCartney announces new Japanese tour dates, Grammy rumor update
    Paul McCartney announced in a video posted on YouTube Jan. 29 that he'll be playing a string of concerts in Japan this coming April. The concerts begin April 21 at Kyocera Dome in Osaka. He'll then play three shows at the Tokyo Dome April...
  • Band of Horses rock off the ring rust at sold-out Observatory gig
    Band of Horses rock off the ring rust at sold-out Observatory gig
    While it has been months since Band of Horses has played a real rock and roll show, The Observatory was blessed with their return to glory on Wednesday night. Before the five-piece takes their act to Mexico for two festival gigs, fans near the...
  • Ringo Starr
    Ringo Starr reveals details of new album 'Postcards From Paradise' out in March
    Universal Music officially announced Jan. 29 that Ringo Starr's 18th studio release, “Postcards From Paradise” will be released March 31. The album will feature 11 original tracks, including one written and recorded with the...
  • Julie Miller set the stage on fire with Project X
    Project X: A band of teachers
    There is something so wonderful about watching a live band on an Asheville stage. However, often people fail the take the time to appreciate the music being delivered, first-hand, from the stage to the ear. Further, since the end product of this...