After the show is the after party… – Jay-Z
The founder of Made In America summed it up nice and neat, and this year Death Cab For Cutie delivered on those words. South Street’s TLA was packed to the brim for a pretty spectacular close to the weekend, and gave us all something to think about as we lay in bed hungover on Monday. Continue reading →
The fourth installment of Jay-Z’s Made in America festival kicked off yesterday with a full day of sun and sounds, from hard rock to hip-hop, capped by a knockout performance by pop idol Beyonce. When she played MIA back in 2013, Bey was just ahead of dropping her surprise self-titled release – the record that might just have gone on to be the biggest of her career. Continue reading →
Despite rumors that Coldplay may be breaking up, the band is preparing to release their next album, “As soon as possible.” Continue reading →
The fourth installment of Jay-Z’s Made In America festival was announced, and it’s topped by Beyonce‘s return to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway – her 2013 appearance came just ahead of her smashing surprise self-titled LP – as well as The Weeknd – who totally destroyed at this summer’s Roots Picnic. Continue reading →
Trumpeter, composer & arts advocate Wynton Marsalis is the 2015 winner of Philadelphia’s Marian Anderson Award. Continue reading →
Jazzfest regular Kermit Ruffins- just one of the 500 artists performing at this year’s New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Check out the headliners and other performers! Continue reading →
Modern rock faves Death Cab for Cutie play a headlining show tonight at Revel Ovation Hall in Atlantic City. The band hasn’t released a new album since its 2011 album, Codes and Keys, although in October 2013 it re-released a remastered version of its 2002 classic Transatlanticism. Without a new album, fans of Death Cab can expect a show full of fan favorites. Tickets and info can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar; listen to the band’s single “I Will Follow You into the Dark” from its fifth album below.