American Authors, the latest Brooklyn band to break out, is perfoming at Frsh 102.7’s Fall Fest on Oct. 16 at the Beacon Theater. The band met in Boston during their college years, and continue to make catchy music today.
James Blunt, the music superstar who melted a million hearts — and sold about 20 million records — with his hit song “You’re Beautiful” is back with a new album, Moon Landing.
CBS will air the sixth annual GRAMMY Nominations Concert live on Friday, Dec. 6 at 10 p.m. ET.
Before they became history’s greatest band, the Beatles were just four boys from Liverpool with dreams — and more than a little bit of talent. Larry Kane was there at the very beginning of the Beatles meteoric rise to fame, with incredible access to the band.
With the steel gate barricades, police officers on the sidewalks and closed streets, the scene looked more like a visit from the President or the Pope, 1010 WINS’ John Montone reported.
An intergalactic theatrical rock concert with dancing, cocktails and space vampires is taking place in the city this summer. The Orion Experience blasts off at XL Nightclub at 512 West 42nd Street on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
On Friday night, Bieber will perform at Barclays Center. Earlier on Friday, his song “Baby” was named the biggest single ever by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The brand new trio TGT is made up of Tyrese and his longtime buddies, musicians Tank and Ginuwine. The three have been friends for nearly a decade and even though they have had incredible success on their own, they are ready to show the together, they are bringing true R&B back.
Music sensation and international superstar Cody Simpson stopped by The Couch to talk about headlining his first summer tour and the release of his sophomore album, “Paradise.”
Keaton Simons has some fame in his family — but he’s making his own name for himself with his music. The talented singer-songwriter — and nephew to Julia Roberts — is currently promoting his second album, Beautiful Pain.
From celebrations of hip hop to performances of modern dance to the dulcet strains of emo pop, New York’s plethora of summer festivals meet just about every need and satisfy just about every taste.
If you don’t know her name, you definitely know her music. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love has always been in the spotlight, but new documentary film “20 Feet from Stardom,” sheds new light on back-up singers, much like herself, who have been behind some of music’s biggest superstars.
The band is hitting the road with The Wallflowers for a summer tour that begins June 14th in Farmingville, New York. After more than 20 years together, Duritz said Counting Crows has been experience the best year of touring they’ve ever had.
Eighty-eight of the instruments, one for each of the piano’s keys, have been placed throughout the city by artists working with Sing For Hope, an organization created by a pair of Julliard graduates, as a resource for artists to engage local communities.
The Grammy-winning trio just wrapped up a headlining gig at Stagecoach and has a new album dropping May 7. When they joined us on The Couch Thursday morning, they said they attribute their popularity to just doing what they know and love.