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by Stephi Wild - May 28, 2021
FirstWorks announced today a free summer concert series in the outdoor setting of the park, in partnership with Roger Williams Park Conservancy and the Providence Parks Department. The FirstWorks Live-Music at Roger Williams Park series features six free Sunday afternoon performances, kicking off on June 27, 2021, and running through September 19, 2021.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 28, 2021
The Swedish singer has previously been behind huge hits working with the likes of Avicii, John De Sohn, Tiesto, Cheatcodes, Sabrina Carpenter, Sharon Vaughn and Corey Sanders. In 2012 Andreas made his debut as a solo artist and, in addition to his own concerts, has opened for John Mayer during two of his arena tours.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 28, 2021
The Hylton Performing Arts Center announced a full lineup of indoor and outdoor programming for the 2021-2022 season during a pre-recorded video announcement for subscribers and Friends of the Hylton Center Thursday, May 27 at 7 p.m.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 28, 2021
Upon returning home, Los Angeles became stale for Santo as the city is wont to do. A partner breakup paired with the hiatus of HoneyHoney left her feeling lonely in her own home—sparking the cosmic relocation to Austin, TX—a city whose fingerprints are all over Yard Sale.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 28, 2021
Emerging indie artist and LGBTQ+ advocate Ddendyl Hoyt, who has received critical acclaim for her authentic mix of rock, pop, Americana and blues, has revealed details for her debut single, which was written exclusively for her by Breaking Benjamin Guitarist Keith Wallen.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 28, 2021
Alabama Shakespeare Festival's magical Shakespeare Garden amphitheater will come alive for Garden Glow, a summer music series featuring Jazz, Blues, Singer-Songwriters, and Folk/Americana on four Friday evenings in June and July.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 27, 2021
In addition she’ll play the Moon River Music Festival on Sept 11th in Chattanooga, TN. Yesterday, she announced a hometown show at Musician’s Corner in Nashville on June 11th and a string of dates opening for Lake Street Dive.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 27, 2021
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will present a brand-new season filled with concerts and performances for a wide range of tastes from eclectic to traditional, from Grammy-winning artists in jazz, American roots, classical and global music to Broadway greats and more.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 27, 2021
Hailed in a 4-star Rolling Stone review as 'a mutant strain of retro pop steeped in New York lore,” Daddy’s Home, the sixth album from Annie Clark aka St. Vincent, is the latest facet of an ever-evolving artist widely regarded as the most consistently innovative and intriguing presence in modern music.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 27, 2021
Carnegie Hall today announced the lineup for the summer 2021 season of Carnegie Hall Citywide, the Hall’s free concert series that brings live music to all five boroughs of New York City. The series continues the Hall’s 45-year tradition of bringing free concerts throughout New York City’s neighborhoods.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 27, 2021
In conjunction with the festival announcement is the release of “California”, the next single from 88rising’s long-awaited Head In The Clouds lll collaborative album, via 88rising, distributed by 12Tone Music, LLC.
by Nuria Pedret - May 26, 2021
En el día del cumpleaños del artista, recuperamos algunas de sus canciones a modo de homenaje
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 26, 2021
Delta Kream album is also #2 on the Billboard Top Albums chart, and #1 on the Current Alternative Albums, Blues Albums, LP Vinyl Albums, Current Rock Albums, Americana/Folk Albums, and Billboard Tastemaker Albums charts.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 26, 2021
After running the whole gamut of emotions the past nine months, and coming up with hundreds of possibilities for REGARD's 25th edition, the Saguenay International Short Film Festival team finally unveils today the fruit of their hard work.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
The company Ferguson keeps on Nashville No More speaks much more highly of him than written words in promo materials can. Bluegrass power couple Sierra Hull and Justin Moses lend their voice and instrumental prowess to album closer 'Hard Times Come Again No More.'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
The weeklong celebration will include tribute concerts at The Ryman Auditorium (October 6 & 7), CMA Theater at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (October 8) and the Basement East (October 9) and will culminate on October 10—what would have been John’s 75th birthday. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
This will be Sawyer’s first tour supporting his Spring of 2020 release, Flowers For You, as his planned album release tour was canceled due to the pandemic, and will be an album release tour for The Accidentals as they release their long-awaited Vessel album.  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 24, 2021
The Night Sweats took a break after the touring cycle behind their acclaimed second album Tearing at the Seams. During that time, Rateliff released a solo album, And It’s Still Alright, in February 2020 and planned a full year of touring until it was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2021
When will the Fox reopen? It's the question on everyone's mind these days as life in Tucson begins to return to normal. Fox Executive Director Bonnie Schock and staff have been immersed in planning for a fall return to live music, working on restoring bookings of shows that were cancelled due to the pandemic as well as an exciting schedule of new entertainment.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 24, 2021
The Boch Center, one of the nation's leading nonprofit performing arts institutions and New England's largest cultural venue, announces safety protocols to reopen the historic Wang and Shubert Theatres to live performances.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 24, 2021
Shovels & Rope: The Bare Bones Tour comes to Old Forester's Paristown Hall on Saturday, November 20, 2021, 8:15 p.m.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 21, 2021
George Mason University's College of Visual and Performing Arts has announced the recipients of the third round of its Young Alumni Commissioning Project Awards.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 21, 2021
Feinstein's/54 Below has announced additional shows for its reopening months.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 20, 2021
In support of Obviously, the band is set to perform around the U.S this summer, including headlining performances at New York City’s SummerStage, Chicago’s Ravinia Festival and Denver’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 20, 2021
The Decades EP covers a lot of musical ground, from Fats Domino’s “Ain’t That A Shame” (1955) and Jackson C. Frank’s “Blues Run the Game” (1965) to Neil Young’s “Old Man” (1972), Kath Bloom’s “Come Here” (1984) and Elliott’s Smith’s “Ballad of Big Nothing” (1997).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 20, 2021
With a new single release coming out every month in 2021, one might think that Larry Jay would eventually run out of stories to tell. Well, that couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, on his latest single release, 'That Kind Of Love,' the California-based singer-songwriter spins one of his most universal and relatable yarns to date.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 20, 2021
Catalina Island enthusiasts have two chances to experience the island's classic landmarks, legends and lore in person with watch parties on Saturday, May 29 and Friday, June 4 at 8:30 p.m. in the museum's Ackerman Family Amphitheater. Catalinaland originally debuted virtually on April 10.
by Nuria Pedret - May 19, 2021
Los cantantes Gonzalo Alcain y Susan Martin preparan un recorrido íntimo por los standards de la música popular americana junto al pianista Julio Martín
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 19, 2021
Prior to becoming a full time musician, the Silver Spring, MD native spent three years as an 8th grade English teacher on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona. The indigenous traditions he learned during this time are the inspiration for his Four Directions project.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2021
Bryant Park Corporation has announced the current programming schedule for its summer performing arts series, Picnic Performances, featuring artists including Adrienne Warren, the New York Philharmonic, Mykal Kilgore, New York City Opera and many more! 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 19, 2021
'I never expected to spend a year sitting in my house playing songs in my underwear into a cell phone,” says Weiner. “But it turns out, it's probably the thing I'm most proud of that I've ever done.'
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 18, 2021
Asolo Repertory Theatre has been granted $225,000 from the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 17, 2021
To begin the celebration of its 50th anniversary, Asleep at the Wheel is releasing some new music ahead of a quick jaunt through Texas and Missouri this June—an appetizer of sorts for what’s to come from their momentous anniversary year.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 17, 2021
Hennepin Theatre Trust announced that American rock guitarist, pianist, singer and songwriter JOHN HIATT will play the historic Pantages Theatre.
by Stephi Wild - May 15, 2021
People's Light in Malvern opens their 7-acre campus for a bustling summer of safe, outdoor offerings. There's something for everyone—theatre programs and performances for kids, al fresco dining, and music, music, music!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 14, 2021
The release adds to an already notable career for Oladokun, who has shared three additional album tracks so far this year: “sorry isn’t good enough,” “jordan” and “wish you the best” featuring Jensen McRae.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 14, 2021
Radin also announced his first live show of 2021 on Saturday, August 7th in Amagansett, NY at The Stephen Talkhouse. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 14, 2021
Ucross has announced the opening of a new exhibition in the Ucross Art Gallery, American Memory: Inside Out, which features work by Monica J. Brown, Brittney Denham-Whisonant, and Bill Will. All three artists are alumni of Ucross's prestigious artist residency program. The exhibition will be on view from May 14 through August 27.  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
Chappo’s latest effort, Life In The Pond reunites him with faces from his past – including Poli Palmer as co-writer/producer and guest guitar from Geoff Whitehorn, while connecting the dots between his early influences and taking the pulse of modern life.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
The title of the album refers to a year, in the not-so-distant future, which many believe is a tipping point for humanity. The final lyrics on the album state, “I hope I see you in the year 2030,” which speaks to a motivation the band shares to propagate seeds for a brighter future.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
Performers include Wilco, Lord Huron, Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, Old Crow Medicine Show, Lake Street Dive, Dr. Dog, Indigo Girls, Hippo Campus, Dawes, COIN, Shovels & Rope, YOLA, Mipso, Amythyst Kiah, Molly Tuttle, Madison Cunningham, Rebirth Brass Band, Seratones, Overcoats, The National Parks, American Aquarium and Allison Russell.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2021
During its 2021–22 season, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will showcase the finest musicians in American roots music, often in an unplugged format, revealing the soul of the artist. Scottsdale Arts ONE Members can get the best seats before tickets go on sale to the public on Friday, May 14, 2021.
by Ainhoa Hornero - May 12, 2021
El telón volverá a subirse a partir del 14 de septiembre
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 12, 2021
Like 2020’s EP (The End is Around the Corner), the Julie Says EP showcases a more expansive sound for the band.  Whereas previous releases often took a minimalist approach to composition, the new EP incorporates samples, percussion, and found sounds with acoustic instruments and complex vocal harmonies.   
by Nuria Pedret - May 11, 2021
En el día de su cumpleaños, rendimos homenaje al compositor estadounidense con una selección comentada de sus canciones
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
“There are a lot of ways to describe the music, maybe Roadhouse Rock, Southern Gothic, Americana, Country, but at its core, it’s a reflection of me and many others who came before me,” explains Collie.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
Premiering today, “Not In My Backyard” (NIMBY) was inspired by a conversation bandleader John “Chico” Finn had with a friend who was adamant that fracking was bad but was ok with mining for coal in West Virginia.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
Somewhere, Jack White is busy looking for new amp settings.” The track was met with similar acclaim from American Songwriter, Wonderland, Clash Magazine, Live for Live Music, and more.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 11, 2021
“Runaway” shows a further side to Hold Fast, alongside previously released singles “Old Soul” (which features Sheryl Crow), a melancholic folk track that Clash hailed as showing ‘Songwriting of real depth and character’ and the country-stomper of “Warning Signs.” 
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 11, 2021
The Passim School of Music will honor Bob Dylan ahead of his 80th birthday with Tangled Up in You: Interpreting & Imagining Bob Dylan in the 21st Century.