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“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.
Will Smoke + Mirrors live up to Night Visions' glory?
Bassist Ron Wells talks the band's new album and getting crowds rowdy.
The former White Stripes frontman brings his solo show to Brooklyn Bowl this week.
It addresses her split from Matthew Barney—but don't call it a breakup record.
What the world needs now is the look of love. Find it Downtown this weekend.