The two-time GRAMMY-winning keyboardist and his new band The Funk Apostles play new music from the group’s self-titled LP. Henry’s dynamic blend of gospel, jazz and soul has earned him features on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, NPR, the New York Times Live and more.
The Mike Deni-led electric pop project previews its forthcoming Alone Time EP with a headlining show. Deni’s live band, which includes the electric cello, elevates his “transcendent” (Nylon) voice and transforms his music into what Ladygunn calls a “dynamic, magnetic experience.”
The 28-year-old outlaw country veteran and his band perform music from their self-titled debut album (8/25 via Fantasy Records). The six-piece has spent two years supporting Neil Young on tour, honing a cosmic country sound that evokes Exile on Main St.’s ecstatic gospel influence and weaves between tender soul and full-throttle rock ‘n’ roll.
The Brooklyn native continues his mini California tour, playing music from his debut LP with new band The Funk Apostles. Henry’s dynamic and improvisational performances are inspired by old-school gospel and Stevie Wonder-like soul.
The Maine “holler-folk” quartet, which has played with the likes of The Avett Brothers, The Revivalists and members of Old Crow Medicine Show, previews its new album, Monarch (10/27 via Kobalt Music Recordings).
The soul star returns to the Bowl after eight years. He and his seven-piece band perform songs from his critically acclaimed blackSUMMERS’night (Columbia), along with hits from his repertoire. This is the first of a handful of select dates following his massive US summer tour. Raphael Saadiq and Jazmine Sullivan are confirmed opening acts.
Alynda Segarra joins special guests Joan Baez, Steve Earle, Patty Griffin and more for “Lampedusa: Concerts for Refugees,” an evening of intimate acoustic performances raising awareness and money to support expanded educational opportunities for displaced people.
The “country upstart” (Rolling Stone) and her band perform tracks from her latest independently released EP, Dreams > Dollars. Rose is an artist known for creating without reservations and blurring the lines between genres. Her provocative single "Body On Fire" landed her as the only female Country artist in Spotify's Viral 50 chart upon premiere.
The former member of acclaimed acts Port O’Brien and WATERS plays music from The Revolution EP (Fantasy Records), his solo debut and a piercing song-cycle about the pain and disillusionment of lost love. Ones to Watch calls the title track featuring First Aid Kit “Indie-Folk Bliss.”
“The First Couple of Americana” (MOJO) and longtime musical supporters for Levon Helm, Bob Dylan, Mavis Staples and others play songs off their latest album, Contraband Love (9/15 via Red House Records), and music from their critically lauded 2015 debut. Opening for Shawn Colvin.
Liza Anne, who has toured with Margaret Glaspy and played ACL last year, opens for Joseph. NYLON dubbed Liza an artist with the “keen ability to turn even the smallest of feelings into a sweeping song,” and NPR Music praised her “searing reflections."
The “art rap” MC, film/TV writer, podcast host and comedian polymath presents his new headlining tour, the ‘Tour of The Robert Taylor Homes Tour.’ Open Mike Eagle is working on new music for Mello Music Group, and Comedy Central has picked up a TV series based on his live show with Baron Vaughn, ‘The New Negroes.’
The GRAMMY-winning multi-platinum artists add another night at the Hollywood Bowl, which ends their 40+ date “WELCOME HOME” 2017 North American tour. The tour is for new album WELCOME HOME (Southern Ground/Elektra Records), the band’s fourth consecutive No. 1 Country album and fifth consecutive top ten on the Billboard 200.
Music-industry veteran Bill Bentley and the MC5’s Wayne Kramer discuss and sign copies of Bentley’s Smithsonian Rock & Roll: Live and Unseen (10/24 via Smithsonian Books), the new crowd-sourced coffee-table book of photographs and stories creating a kaleidoscopic history of rock ‘n’ roll.