Nearly 40 years after the Band (originally) called it quits with The Last Waltz at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, former members of the Band, the Levon Helm Band, and the Rick Danko Group — Jim Weider (guitar), Randy Ciaralante (drums), Marty Grebb (keys, guitar, and sax), Byron Isaacs (bass), and Brian Mitchell (keys) […]
Yellowcard & New Found Glory charged into a sold out Brooklyn Bowl Vegas with brand new material and a will to get wild on Saturday, November 21.
Gypsy punks Gogol Bordello (below, performing “Maladrino” live in studio for KEXP FM) have been winning over fans with their uplifting theatrical stage presence and relentless touring since forming on New York City’s Lower East Side in 1999. Charismatic frontman Eugene Hütz (vocals and guitar), Sergey Ryabtsev (violin and vocals), Pasha Newmer (accordion and vocals), Thomas […]
J Boog spread the love around Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas last Wednesday, November 18, and had the crowd grooving to his positive island reggae jams all night. Take a look!
Rain check? Not anymore. Rainy days have a tendency to make people stay at home bored out of their minds. Instead of watching Netflix in your sweatpants, create your own sunshine on a rainy day by going to see live music at an indoor venue.
Funk, jazz, and soul keys man Lonnie Liston Smith grew up in Virginia surrounded by music…
You may know these famous trumpet players faces, but did you know their faces while playing the trumpet have names?
It has been twenty years since music was first released under the name Kill Hannah. Since then the band have had an unbelievable adventure and the rockers couldn’t imagine leaving without saying goodbye, that’s why they’ve announced one final show at The Bowl.
Some band names are more revealing than others. But in the case of Pink Talking Fish (below, doing “You Enjoy Myself” > “On the Run” > “You Enjoy Myself”), it’s pretty straightforward: They more than capably cover Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish, discovering connections in the music along the way, like fitting Pink Floyd’s […]
In the 1870s, the act of enlisting was described as “following the drum.” With music playing such an integral role in the history of war, we share this inspiring video in honor of Veteran’s Day.