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The ambitious Burning Man electronic sound camp looks to bring a unique cultural event May 1-3.
Josh Tillman's latest features a fictionalized version of his conflicted emotional life and debauched times.
Powerhouse musicianship drives a spooky, emotive performance.
“I wish I could say this was the first bowling alley I’ve played in, but that would not be true."
A beloved songbook and a Broadway vocalist? That's 'S Wonderful.
It’s a self-produced collection of pop standards associated with Frank Sinatra, recorded live with Dylan’s band without overdubs.
The trio brought everything you’d expect—jokes about getting laid, diamond-sharp guitars and glittery, metallic solos …
Saturday night’s show at the Beat began on a vaguely acoustic wavelength, with just a hint of harmonic neo-psychedelia.
If you hung out at Money Plays, chances are you noticed (or were part of) Vegas on the Mic.
The Clark High School orchestra director was again named a top-10 finalist for the Grammy Foundation's Music Educator Award.
This wasn’t a concert. It was a history lesson.
Plus, Weird Al!
Some names you surely know and a few we suggest you investigate.
The former White Stripes frontman brings his solo show to Brooklyn Bowl this week.
Will Smoke + Mirrors live up to Night Visions' glory?