If you’re still catching up to the week with the holiday weekend behind us, here’s a list of shows this weekend to make it easier for you.
Come out to The Mann to see John Mellencamp perform your favorite folk rock tunes. Sad Clowns & Hillbillies released in April contains many duets with Carlene Carter that are perfectly listened to around a bonfire. Tickets are available here.
The coolest indie rocker Mitski is perfroming at Union Transfer. Her albums received continuous praise and she sells out pretty ...
Sonos’ flagship NYC store opened on Tuesday (7/19), and Thurston Moore, El-P, Walter Schreifels, Rakim, Kyp Malone (TV on the Radio), and Nancy Whang (LCD Soundsystem) were on hand to hang out, curate some playlists and check out the space…
City of the Sun at Firefly 2016 | Photo by John Vettese for WXPN
Instrumental trio City of the Sun headline Boot & Saddle tonight. The NYC group creates expansive soundscapes with their guitars and percussion, a kind acoustic version of the xx fused with moments of Latin-style guitar playing. To the Sun and All the Cities In Between was this year’s full-length release. Watch them perform “Those Days Are Now” for Sofar Sounds below; tickets for the 21+ show with My Son Bison can be found here.
Nearing the end of an east coast tour with Hey Mercedes, The World ...
This week is full of excitement as huge names hit the town. There’s a variety of different genres for you to pick from, so there should be something for everyone this weekend! Hot days are in the forecast, so make sure to stay hydrated!
Guns N’ Roses at Lincoln Financial Field. Axl Rose has been keeping busy at being the sub-in lead vocal for AC/DC while Brian Johnson recovers. It’s finally Philly’s turn to see Guns N’ Roses come to life. For 3 decades, these rockers have been helping us rock out. Get tickets here...
Legendary rapper Rakim recently announced that he’d play his iconic 1987 album Paid In Full in NYC at BB King’s on July 13. That show has since sold out, but he added a second Paid In Full show happening at the same venue (7/12) a day earlier. He also plays other cities, including Long Island with Slick Rick and Big Daddy Kane, and Montclair, NJ.
Rakim hit the stage at Underground Arts last Thursday in full ’90s swagger. In a pair of baggy jeans, new Timberlands, over-sized Carhart jacket and a Yankees cap tilted slightly to the side, the legend stood before the crowd and just let the cheers envelope him. After nearly a solid minute of posing, the 47-year […]
Hip hop icon Rakim brings the heat to the Eraserhood tonight for a headlining show at Underground Arts. The Long Island MC first gained attention in the 80s as half of the pioneering duo Erik B. and Rakim; their albums … Continued