With much of the so-called “Hot Toddies” tour set list culled from that new album, the concert deemphasized the obvious hits but it was well worth the draw.
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.
Once Diamond arrived front and center during a night on his milestone anniversary tour, the roll call of hits and occasional deep cuts never faltered
Former Genesis guitarist, Steve Hackett, plays new songs, classics in solo concert.
The 29th Folk Alliance International Conference served its purpose, binding past and present and looking ahead to the future.
Touring saxophonist for the E Street Band leads solo group in Asbury Park, N.J., at the centerpiece show for benefit concert series.
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.