Brit rockers Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls will return to The Fillmore Philadelphia on June 5th. Most recently appearing in Philly last January, the folk-punk singer songwriter and his band are slated to return to in support of his eithth studio album, Be More Kind, out this Spring. Continue reading →
After playing his 2000th show in London last month, Frank Turner is back on the road for another tour of North America. The British singer-songwriter returned to Philadelphia on Friday, January 20th to entertain a crowd of all ages at The Fillmore (show #2007). Continue reading →
HH Ranch has organized a fundraiser this evening to benefit the Standing Rock Water Protectors. The night will live video projections and painting, spoken word, performances by Eight, Mitch Esparza, and Princess Rabbit, and traditional Aztec ritual and dance from Brujo De La Mancha. A suggested donation of $5-$10 will go directly to the Standing Rock Medic and Healer Council. Check out a Brujo De La Mancha performing a traditional fire dance below. Then, Find more information on the event here. Continue reading →
For the second year in a row, the Sun Ra Arkestra will celebrate Halloween at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. Under the leadership of multi-instrumentalist Marshall Allen, the spirit of enigmatic founder Sun Ra lives on through the Arkestra’s galactic funk and soul performance. Tickets and information for the 21+ show can be found here; watch the band’s Tiny Desk Concert below.
British folk-rock singer/songwriter Frank Turner and his backing band The Sleeping Souls come back to Philly for a show at The Fillmore on January 20th. They played the second-ever show at the venue in 2015, and it’s been far too long since Philadelphians have been able to dance and vibe to Turner’s unique brand of happy/sad songs.
In addition to the show at The Fillmore, Turner and The Sleeping Souls will be playing a show on Halloween at World Cafe Live Wilmington.
The quintet is known for high-energy and highemotion sets that run for impressive lengths of time, like his 23-song set at the Fillmore in October of 2015. Turner’s sixth studio album Happy Songs for Negative People dropped in August of last year, and was received with mostly positive reviews praising the introspective nature of his music. Continue reading →
Outlaw state of mind: Country rock fugitive Chris Stapleton, who just snagged a bunch of Grammys last month for his terrific album Traveller, has just been added to the Jason Isbell gig at Festival Pier on June 17th.
What had already looked to be a solid night of singer-songwriter madness (Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls had already been announced as support) has morphed into what is most likely to be mini-festival of epic acoustic-rock proportions. Continue reading →
Alt-country singer-songwriter Jason Isbell and English musician Frank Turner will co-headline the River Stage at Penn’s Landing on Friday, June 17th. Isbell is touring in support of last year’s Something More Than Free LP, while Turner (performing with his band The Sleeping Souls) is prepping for the release of his new Mittens EP to follow up last year’s Positive Songs for Negative People.
British folk-punk rocker Frank Turner and his backing band The Sleeping Souls played an ultra-high energy set at The Fillmore on Friday night. Entering the stage, Turner wore a personalized Phillies jersey and the crowd went wild. He then shared a story about his experience so far in Philly – explaining how he had to learn “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” to sing at the Phillies game earlier in the day. Turner said he was was excited and honored about being the second act to open The Fillmore the night, right after Hall and Oates. Continue reading →
In support of his newest album, Positive Songs For Negative People, Frank Turner is embarking on a full US and UK tour, and will be hitting The Fillmore tonight. The British folk-rocker will be performing with his backing band, The Sleeping Souls. Get more information about the show at the XPN Concert Calendar, and check out the music video for “Get Better” below. Continue reading →