Rob Thomas: This Is How A Heart Break

Formerly of Matchbox 20 fame, Rob Thomas has made a name for himself as an incredibly consistent singer/songwriter with a penchant for writing superb radio hits. Songs such as “Streetcorner Symphony” and “Smooth” earned Thomas credibility as a pop-rock artist for their catchy hooks and slick vocals. The singer has …

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Survey Says!: Ode To The Newbies

Heading into the middle of their sixth tour of the year, ska/pop punk band, Survey Says!, is flying to fame. Their songs showcase the high-energy quintet singing and dancing around the stage, strumming not just guitars, but their brass instruments, too. These guys present powerful and lively performances—their concerts …

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Preservation Hall Jazz Band: Preserving Jazz’s Bright Future

One of the most storied traveling jazz acts in America will be performing on the East Coast throughout August. After celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2012, Preservation Hall Jazz Band released their latest album That’s It! in 2013. Named for a venue in their home city of New Orleans, the …

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Rock ‘N’ Roll Ball: A Fairytale Festival Of Punk

Embark on a journey through the wonderful world of bands and charity as the Rock ‘N’ Roll Ball storms in on Aug. 1. The land of music and mystery awaits rock-lovers alike, preparing for a night of charity performances by Audio Empire, Subcommittee, Bubba Grouch, Till Now, Eli, Suitable …

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Cayucas: Creatures From The Blue Lagoon

Los Angeles-based Cayucas clearly draw inspiration from their endless summer reality on their newest album, Dancing At The Blue Lagoon. The title track smoothly blends a smooth reggae rhythm with warm, beachy percussion and a totally satisfactory use of pop ooo’s. If relaxation is the chief goal of this …

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KATIEE: Passing The Sun

Relaxing, quiet, and soulful, Katie Eastern is embarking on a new path. You may remember her as the vocalist in the rock trio, Young People, but now she’s diverged into a different territory. Her solo project, KATIEE, is skyrocketing this year; already set to release a debut album, Passerby

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Dawn Landes: Songspiration At Sea

Imagine making the decision to set sail across the Atlantic Ocean alone; not for the sake of satisfying the public, but more simply to satisfy personal ambition. The moral here, according to songwriter and performer Dawn Landes, is that there shouldn’t be set limitations for what one can accomplish, …

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Michelle Malone/Indigo Girls: Growing Up Grooving

Seasoned singer/songwriter Michelle Malone plans to join the Indigo Girls on tour this year. Aside from opening for the duet, Malone is celebrating the release of her new album, Stronger Than You Think, which features Kristian Bush and Amy Ray. After 20 years of creating edgy beats and country …

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Emily King: Switching Things Up

Emily King is spicing things up this summer with not only a new batch of songs, but a tour to celebrate her fresh material. This soulful songstress is eager to show off her album, The Switch, to her adoring fans—and what better way to effectively broadcast her new tunes …

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COIN: Heating Up New York

Hailing from Nashville, COIN are jumping in on the fun. Celebrating the release of their debut, self-titled album, the foursome will embark on a series of tours this summer. Currently, they’re jamming it up with Betty Who, but will join in with Neon Trees and Fictionist in July—and then head …

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