After a tremendous show at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia last week, Neil Young and Crazy Horse diverted their tour a bit to play a benefit for the American Red Cross’ Hurricane Sandy relief effort last night at The Borgata in Atlantic City. In addition to tour openers Patti Smith and Everest, this show also featured a last-minute acoustic set from Phish frontman Trey Anastasio. Check out a recap of the show in the gallery above.
Local baroque pop group Liz & the Lost Boys are following up their self-titled debut LP with “February” and “The Forest & the Farmer,” two songs that continue to broaden the scope of Liz Ciavolino’s harp playing in a full-band … Read More
Last Thursday at World Café Upstairs a small but fervent crowd visited the recent past as Chris Stamey and Peter Holsapple played their 1991 album Mavericks in full. As one of only two planned performances of this album, it was … Read More
Portland metal four-piece Red Fang unleash havoc at Underground Arts tonight. With the huge success of their full length Whales and Leeches, Red Fang toured extensively this year, bringing their heavy, badass brand of music around the country and world. Whales … Read More
More efforts for Hurricane Sandy relief are popping up in the tri-state region this weekend, beginning with a show headlined by none other than Shakey himself. Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Trey Anastasio of Phish, and Everest have collaboratively organized … Read More
It’s quite simple, actually; imagination and inspiration go hand in hand. If you don’t use the one, you lose the other. So when folks wonder what goads on veteran rockers like Neil Young (67 years old, 52 years making music) … Read More
Today’s World Cafe download is “Let Me Lie” by Trey Anastasio recorded during a World Cafe session he did with Cafe host David Dye on January 11, 2013. You can listen to the full interview and performance segment here. This … Read More