Alt-rock giants thrill sold-out crowd at Manhattan show on Wednesday, May 24th with blazing versions of songs both old and new.
The legendary Australian quintet, on their first US tour in over 15 years, played two sold-out shows at Webster Hall in New York City on the weekend of May 13th and 14th.
This reissue of The Who’s explosive 1965 debut album, “My Generation,” is quite spectacular. It captures the Shepherd’s Bush-based quartet as they were morphing from an R&B cover band to the Mod band.
Billy Sullivan, The Spitfires’ guitarist, singer, and songwriter, discusses the band’s latest album, A Thousand Times, and other subjects in a Goldmine Q&A.
The Oxford, England-based band put on a memorable concert at the United Palace Theatre in New York City on Friday, November 4th.
The Los Angeles-based blues/rock trio, touring behind their debut album Give It Back To You, excelled at their sold-out Manhattan concert on Thursday, October 27th.
The Nashville-based, New Jersey-born-and-bred singer-songwriter pulled out all of the stops at her Manhattan show on Tuesday, October 25th, performing both familiar songs as well as tracks from her yet-to-be-released fourth album.
Supersonic, the terrific new documentary about the peak years of Oasis, will be released to theaters in the United States as a one-night-only event on Wednesday, October 26th.
The British rock veterans performed one power-pop gem after another at their terrific show in New York City on Saturday, October 1st.
The 22-year-old Nottingham, England native delivered a fantastic show in Manhattan on Tuesday, September 27th that highlighted his musical versatility.