Art Garfunkel: All Hail The Singer

Art Garfunkel, half of famous duo Simon & Garfunkel, is hitting the road in support of his newest release, The Singer. This 34-song compilation is made up of Simon & Garfunkel favorites throughout the years, as well as new material. This two-disc feature also includes a handwritten booklet …

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Parkway Drive: Atlas

Australian hardcore metal band Parkway Drive has done it again. The success of their previous releases, such as 2007’s Horizons and 2010’s Deep Blue, were merely warm-ups. 2012’s Atlas is their most innovative record to date. Their music has matured over the years, and it’s noticeable. With interesting intros …

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I Was Totally Destroying It: Vexations Of Life

Power pop group I Was Totally Destroying It are playing in New York next month to promote their newest record, Vexations. With their male/female vocal duo made up of Rachel Hirsh and John Booker, the band is full of harmonies and upbeat melodies. The group doesn’t plan to slow …

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Barcode: A New Kind Of Theater

NYC band Gladshot, the creator of Broadway breakout Hair and the associate director of American Idiot, has joined forces to create a brand new theatrical production. Barcode is the story of the future earth’s citizens being branded with barcodes by Earth Corp. to monitor their human interactions. Add in …

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Aunt Ange: Explore The Arts

Art comes to life in the work of childhood friends Patrick O’Brien and Jack Kearney in Aunt Ange. Their blend of art, storytelling and music is what makes their style unique. After adding bassist Adam Kushner and saxophonist Austin Reese in later years, they expanded their musical horizons. Mixing …

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Frank Turner: Punk Poetry

UK sensation Frank Turner plans to take over the States this year. After a phenomenal opening ceremony performance at the London 2012 Olympics, his popularity in the U.S. has skyrocketed. New Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem took notice, as did many other stellar rock groups. Tours with The Offspring, The …

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Lord Huron: Feeling Lucky?

Indie folk band Lord Huron are taking their emotionally charged music on the road until November. With raving reviews about their upcoming release, Lonesome Dreams, flooding the internet, live shows are highly anticipated. With what began as a small solo project for Ben Schneider has quickly turned into a …

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Dylan LeBlanc: See Your Shadow

Folk singer-songwriter Dylan LeBlanc is going on tour to support his sophomore release, Cast The Same Old Shadow. After some tough times throughout the writing process, he was reminded of why he began playing music in the first place. He wanted to have fun again, and that’s when his …

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Artie Lange: Jack Of All Trades

There’s more to comedian Artie Lange than the eyes can see. He is also a writer, actor, producer, entrepreneur and radio host. As a multi-tasking man in the entertainment industry, Lange has most prominently made a name for himself in the world of comedy. Known for work on The Howard

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Thom Chacon: Trials Of A Troubadour

With a strong blend of poetry, harmonies and deep underlying messages, Thom Chacon has built himself a fairly large fanbase. His Americana/rock songs are full of life and built for adventure. Follow his stories, hear his troubles, and understand life along with him through the journey his music creates. After …

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