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Tonight’s Concert Picks: The Radio Dept. at Union Transfer, John Coltraine Tribute at Underground Arts, Pat Finnerty’s Valentine’s Day Tom Petty Tribute at Johnny Brenda’s and more

The Radio Dept. | via facebook.com/theradiodept
The Radio Dept. | via facebook.com/theradiodept

Synthpop masters The Radio Dept. are taking over Union Transfer for the night, kicking off their US headling tour with Germans. The tour celebrates the band’s first record in six years, making tonight’s spectical a long awated one for some. The gig is all ages, and more information/tickets cane be found at the XPN Concert Calender. Continue reading →

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Just Announced: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers add second Wells Fargo Center show

Tom Petty | Photo By Noah Silvestry | silvestography.com

American rock and roll faves Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers are going on tour this summer to celebrate their 40th anniversary. In addition to their July 1st show at the Wells Fargo Center, Petty just added a second engagement at the South Philly arena on Saturday, July 29th. Tickets are on sale now, more information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Continue reading →

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Just Announced: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers bring 40th anniversary tour to Wells Fargo Center

Tom Petty | Photo By Noah Silvestry | silvestography.com
Tom Petty | Photo By Noah Silvestry | silvestography.com

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers just announced a 40th anniversary tour that kicks off on April 20th in Oklahoma City, rolls through the United States and cruises through Philadelphia on July 1st for a show at the Wells Fargo Center. Tickets are on sale Friday, December 16th at 10 a.m. Continue reading →

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Keeping rock and roll dreams alive with Tom Petty at the Wells Fargo Center

Tom Petty | Photo By Noah Silvestry | silvestography.com
Tom Petty | Photo By Noah Silvestry | silvestography.com

If you told me that a dude who’s about to turn 64 was capable of drawing 20,000 Philadelphians out to the Wells Fargo center (that’s right, the place that unabashedly charges about $8.00 for a slice of Lorenzo’s pizza that would normally run you $3.00, but I’m not bitter) on a Monday night during an Eagles game no less, I’d crack a smile and say, “good one”. But that joke is a reality and that dude is Tom Petty, a man who is undoubtedly the world’s most offhand rockstar. But Petty wasn’t alone in his blithe glory; his quintessential almost all-American (drummer Steve Ferrone hails from Brighton, England) backing band, The Heartbreakers, was not just equally old, but equally killin’. Continue reading →