Singer Michelle Shocked has been denounced in New York and elsewhere in the country after going on an anti-gay tirade at a West Coast concert.
On the heels of their Sunday night Album of the Year GRAMMY win, Mumford & Sons played their second show in two weeks at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The British folk rockers brought stage design with them that tried with all its might to turn the sports arena into an outdoor experience.
Legends of the world of music took the stage at Madison Square Garden for the “12-12-12″ concert Wednesday night, as many victims of Superstorm Sandy continue to suffer and require help.
In fact, The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert, leading us to believe the TV special will do a live broadcast from the concert.
During a stop at the Jordan Center on the Penn State campus Thursday, Springsteen also thanked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for “doing a fine job” of taking care of citizens. He lauded police, firefighters and other first responders.
It appears the Newark Bears were duped, as a publicist for Justin Bieber says the teen pop sensation will not actually be performing in New Jersey later this month.
Free and cheap concerts abound in New York City during the summertime. Now that we’re well into September, here are a few venues that consistently provide four walls, booze, and great concerts where tickets are almost always under ten bucks.
During his hour-long Live on Letterman concert webcast last night, Jason Aldean mixed his biggest career hits with brand-new songs from his upcoming album, “Night Train.” Stream the entire concert free on demand.
Want to hear new music from Jason Aldean? Tune in right here to watch a live, full-concert webcast with Jason, beginning tonight at 9pm ET/6pm PT.
Move over, Jay-Z. The rap mogul and part-owner of the Nets may have some company on stage when he opens up the Barclays Center next month.
His latest project, Blunderbuss, is Jack White’s first effort with only his name on it. It is also, at its core, a divorce album.
Last night, at New York’s famed Carnegie Hall, 21 musicians spanning generations and genres lines found a way to inject new life into the Rolling Stones’ Hot Rocks classic.
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas at Carnegie Hall.
Thousands are expected to attend this weekend’s Restoration Rocks Concert in Brooklyn, an event which will boast performances by the Brooklyn Philharmonic featuring Mos Def, Idle Warship, Pharoahe Monch and additional local talent.
On Thursday evening the Intrepid will transform to a concert venue on the water as 2,000 New Yorkers are expected to attend the inaugural “Party On the Intrepid.”