The Bird And The Bee: The B’s Are Back

L.A.-based indie pop duo Greg Kurstin and Inara George have recently been tending to their ongoing project, The Bird And The Bee, and are returning with their long-awaited follow-up to their acclaimed 2010 release, Interpreting The Masters, Vol. 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates. While …

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Eric Hutchinson: A Piece Of Summer Fun

Indie pop singer/songwriter, Eric Hutchinson, catches up with the summer festivities and has joined Kelly Clarkson’s Piece By Piece tour. The duo set out to numerous stages, beginning on July 11. Hutchinson has been around the music scene since his 2007 debut and has maintained a presence in the …

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Rock The Yacht Tour: Grooving To Shore

The music festival Rock The Yacht is pulling back to the docks this year in Staten Island, ready to party the night away. This event is notorious for grandiose performances, providing a night its audience will never forget. To name a few of the past acts, Jerry Seinfeld, B-52s, Adam …

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Slim Wray: Catching A Wave

Garage surf/rock band Slim Wray are certainly on top of the world this summer. Not only will they be venturing into summer-sweet performances for their fans, but the three-man band is celebrating the arrival of their new EP, Post No Bills, which is to be released on July 14. …

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The Benjees: Hollywood Ready

Alternative rock band The Benjees set out this summer in celebration of the release of their newest album, Alright, Alright, Alright; and what better way is there to commemorate the group’s newest material than to get in on the summer concert venues? The band’s album releases July 14, and …

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Jake E. Lee’s Red Dragon Cartel: Big Mouth Music

Ozzy Osbourne’s former guitarist, Jake E. Lee, is back with another set of metal musicians: Jake E. Lee’s Red Dragon Cartel. The heavy metal band has been touring since mid-April and is coming to the east coast this summer to show metal-heads just what they’ve got. Since their debut, …

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Nate Ruess: A Single Romantic

Nate Ruess, former member of the indie/pop band, fun., and The Format, set out this summer for his first solo tour. The newly proclaimed solo vocalist provides a variety of upbeat, catchy tunes, perfect for this summer. Other than celebrating his new status as a solo artist, Ruess’ new …

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36 Crazyfists: Addicting Alt-Rock

No, Slipknot didn’t take the masks off: it’s just 36 Crazyfists, back in Sayreville for their upcoming show at the Starland Ballroom on July 10, and in Reading at the Reverb in Reading, PA on July 9. They’re a quintessential moody alt-rock group, but one that can …

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In This Moment: Infected

On its major label debut for Atlantic Records, In This Moment continued to grow its heavy sound. The Los Angeles metal band is currently on the road supporting that latest record, Black Widow, which peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard 200. This is their fifth and most …

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Too Close To Touch: Perfect World; Perfect Summer

This summer, new band Too Close To Touch are setting out on a summer tour with I The Mighty. The young musicians hailing from Kentucky are prepared to celebrate this season with the release of their debut album in March, Nerve Endings. The quintet’s vocals dabble along the lines …

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