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Just Announced: Kayleigh Goldsworthy will bring All These Miles to World Cafe Live upstairs

Kayleigh Goldsworthy | via Facebook

Since she moved to Philadelphia, we’ve seen Kayleigh Goldsworthy on the bill at lots of shows around town, including two Roger Harvey Family gigs. Now, the local singer-songwriter has announced her first headlining show in her new hometown. Goldsworthy will play a show upstairs at World Cafe Live on Saturday, February 16 with Jesse Barki. Continue reading →

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Just Announced: Peter Bjorn and John will play The Foundry

Peter, Bjorn and John | photo courtesy of the artist
Peter, Bjorn and John | photo courtesy of the artist

Swedish pop trio Peter Bjorn and John recently released their latest album Darker Days, and just announced some US tour dates behind it, including a stop at The Foundry on April 24.

Peter Bjorn and John formed in 1999 and reached international attention with their 2006 single “Young Folks.” In recent years, they’ve worked on collaborations with artists including Drake, as well as branching out into solo material. Darker Days is the band’s eighth studio album. Continue reading →

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Just Announced: Santana will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Supernatural at the BB&T

Carlos Santana | photo by Libby Fabro | courtesy of the artist

Guitar legend Carlos Santana will tour this summer in celebration of the 20th anniversary of his Grammy-winning album Supernatural, released with his band Santana. The three month long Supernatural Now tour includes a show at the BB&T Pavilion on August 24 with The Doobie Brothers.
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The Cranberries share “All Over Now” from final album In the End

Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries | photo by Amarvudol | via Wikimedia Commons
Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries | photo by Amarvudol | via Wikimedia Commons

In the year since the tragic passing of Dolores O’Riordan, the voice of The Cranberries, the band’s remaining members have been working on completing the unfinished projects that were in progress at the time of O’Riordan’s death. The Cranberries had been working on a new album in 2017, for which O’Riordan had already recorded vocals. The band had plans to finish the album early last year, but it was put on hold until they eventually came to the decision to go ahead with the release. Called In the End, The Cranberries’ eighth and final album will be released on April 26. The first single, which is aptly and eerily titled “All Over Now,” is out now. Continue reading →

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Gary Clark Jr. takes on racism in middle America on his powerful “This Land” video

Gary Clark Jr. at Made In America | Photo by Cameron Pollack for WXPN
Gary Clark Jr. at Made In America | Photo by Cameron Pollack for WXPN

Blues rocker Gary Clark Jr. has announced that his forthcoming album This Land on will be released on March 1, and ahead of the release he’s shared a powerful video for the title track. Lyrically, Clark uses “This Land” to illustrate how inextricably tied the personal and political can be, using autobiographical details of his rural Texas upbringing, a place he describes as “right in the middle of Trump country.” Continue reading →

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Potty Mouth will release SNAFU on Get Better Records

Potty Mouth | photo by Nazrin Massaro | courtesy of the artist

It’s great news enough that Potty Mouth has announced the release of SNAFU, their first full-length album in several years. But here in Philly, we have another reason to celebrate: the new record will be released on local label Get Better Records. Though Potty Mouth is based in LA, the band’s bassist Ally Einbinder co-runs the Philly-based label with her partner Alex Licktenhour. Continue reading →