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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Purity Ring at Union Transfer, Jackson Browne at American Music Theater, Lord Huron at The Fillmore

 

Purity Ring | Photo by Renata Raksha | courtesy of the artist
Purity Ring | Photo by Renata Raksha | courtesy of the artist

Canadian electro-pop duo Purity Ring released their sophomore album Another Eternity last year, and their tour to support the record continues at Union Transfer tonight. Opening the show will be Braids and Born Gold. For tickets and more information, check out the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Seoul Delhi at The Fire, The Danger O’s at Ortlieb’s, Preservation Hall Jazz Band at American Music Theatre

Seoul Delhi
Seoul Delhi | photo via Facebook

Seoul Delhi leads a line-up of locals at The Fire for the final night of the Northern Liberties Music Festival. The band is only a couple of years old but has already released its debut LP Everything Must Go and is working on a follow up right now. They blend elements of classic rock and pop song writing, citing Steely Dan, Amy Winehouse and John Mayer as influences. Listen to “Am I Free?” from Everything Must Go below and get more information for tonight’s show with Legs Like Tree Trunks, Sexoffice and Kingfisher here.

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XPN Welcomes Amos Lee at American Music Theatre June 9th

Amos Lee | Photo by Noah Silvestry | silvestography.tumblr.com
Amos Lee | Photo by Noah Silvestry | silvestography.tumblr.com

Philly’s Amos Lee has added another local stop to his summer tour that brings him to Lancaster’s American Music Theatre on June 9th. The new date falls right in between his sold out Mann Center show with Jack Johnson and performance at this year’s Firefly Music Festival. Why not ring in the summer season with Amos Lee’s folksy acoustic soul? Get tickets here and watch him perform “Chill in the Air” from his latest album Mountains of Song, Rivers of Sorrow on Jimmy Kimmel Live! below.