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Next week, pop / rock legends Fleetwood Mac returns to Philadelphia for the first of two shows. Its their first tour in 16 years with Christine McVie in the lineup, and the excitement over the band’s iconic lineup hitting the road again caused both Wells Fargo Center shows to sell out rapidly. If you missed out on getting tickets, though, you’re in luck. Continue reading →
Son Little, the brainchild of singer/songwriter Aaron Livingston, continues to make local music news with an announcement for his upcoming EP release, Things I Forgot, set for November 11th. Livingston, a Philly native, has gained popularity for his unique mix of R&B, blues and jazz, which we featured recently in WXPN’s Gotta Hear Song of the Week. Continue reading →
Well, this sucks. Today, Main Line venue Ardmore Music Hall posted security footage on their Facebook page captured in the wake of last night’s funk spectacular with Turkuaz and Swift Technique. In it, we see three lanky long-haired people (at least one sporting a burly beard and dreads) stumbling around the venue and stealing from behind the bar.
“Here’s a shout out to these three scumbags who decided to rip us off last night,” the post read. “Way to tarnish a great night.” Continue reading →
A reunited Fleetwood Mac played their first, full concert with Christine McVie for the first time since 1997. It happened at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Tuesday night, September 30th. Read more here. The band played 24 songs including “The Chain” of which you can watch some live-recorded, fan video after the jump. Continue reading →