Beady Eye’s tour hit New York City’s Webster Hall on the evening of Thursday, June 23rd, and in what was a hot, sweaty, and absolutely packed, sold-out venue, the former members of Oasis delivered a show that left the raucous crowd quite pleased.
The odd-but-true story of the 1960s band The Shaggs is now an excellent off-Broadway musical at Playwrights Horizons in New York City.
The Slough, England-based quartet Brother is one UK band that is poised for success both in their home country and elsewhere.
Adele performed her top-selling songs of heartbreak at a sensational sold-out show at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Thursday, May 19th.
PJ Harvey and her band performed her new Let England Shake album in its entirety as well as some older gems at the second of two sold-out shows at New York City’s Terminal 5 on Wednesday, April 20th.
The original lineup of Big Audio Dynamite performed a stellar show at New York City’s Roseland Ballroom on Tuesday, April 19th.
The Vaccines, a heavily hyped London foursome, made their United States debut with a great show at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom on Thursday, January 20th.
Backed by an excellent three-piece band, the New York City-based singer Robin Aleman performed songs from both of her albums as well as other classic tunes at her terrific show on Saturday, January 15th at Miles’ Café on East 52nd Street in Manhattan.
The British singer-songwriter Kate Nash brought her tour in support of her second album, My Best Friend Is You, to New York City’s Terminal 5 on Friday, November 19th.
The Scimitars have a sound that brings to mind the best of the late 60s/early 70s UK-based blues/rock acts. When I heard their new song “Into The Fire,” it reminded me of Humble Pie.