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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Tess Henley at World Cafe Live, Kodak to Graph at Boot & Saddle, Dakha Brakha at Weis Center

Tess Henley
Tess Henley | photo via Facebook

Soul singer Tess Henley opens for David Choi at World Cafe Live. The Washington state native was chosen by producer Don Was as the winner of Guitar Center’s Singer-Songwriter Artist Discovery Program in 2014, though she had been active for several years before that competition. Henley released her first record Easy to Love in 2008, followed by three more efforts that led up to this year’s Wonderland EP. Tickets and information for the show can be found here. Watch Henley’s video for “Wonderland” below.

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From Waxahatchee to Smallpools, here are 5 Philadelphia concerts not to miss in April

Smallpools | via Facebook.com/smallpools
Smallpools | via Facebook.com/smallpools

Lots of celebrated musicians are headed to Philly in April, and a handful of shows are already selling out. If you’re bummed about not grabbing those Jose Gonzalez or Father John Misty tickets while you had the chance, head over to StubHub or catch tickets to these April shows while they’re still hot. (It goes without saying that we think Key Fest is a pretty rad three-day lineup over at MilkBoy too.) From electronic to folk, here are five Philadelphia concerts not to miss this month. Continue reading →