Little River Band: Way Too Good

Although there are countless reasons to love Australia, we of course have to admire the noteworthy musical talent that stems from the beloved continent of koalas and kangaroos. Straight out of Melbourne, internationally acclaimed rock group, Little River Band, will be touring the States with some of their old …

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Asbury Park Surf Music Festival: Summer Safari In Jersey

The Asbury Park Surf Music Festival is making a comeback for more fun in New Jersey. This year is packed with bands and entertainment; to name a few, The Fathoms, Night Birds, The Coffin Daggers, Blue Wave Theory, and the Atomic Mosquitos will be there, ready to rock on July

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Circuit Des Yeux: It’s All About Progression

Music from the Windy City is making its way to the Big Apple this summer, with an eye-opening variety of musicians and genres. Accompanied by fellow musicians Ryley Walker and Cooper Crain of Bitchin’ Bajas, baritone-singer and instrumentalist, Haley Fohr, the founder of the progressive sound project, Circuit Des Yeux

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Dion: Back To The Beginning

Dion, a singer/songwriter of the decade preceding the British Invasion era, is pulling back into town. Prepared for yet another round of performances, the well-seasoned soulful musician is expected to pull into the Bergen Performing Arts Center on July 8, the Mayo Performing Arts Center on July 9

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Basement Jaxx: Blew Them Across The Pond

Basement Jaxx, best known for their Grammy-nominated tune “Never Say Never,” have recently announced they will share their live, full-length concerts with the U.S. this summer. Coming from the U.K., the group of 12 will put on a flashy explosion of performances to send their audiences on a high …

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Idina Menzel: Defying Gravity This Summer

Broadway star and Frozen favorite, Idina Menzel, set out on May 30 to South Korea to kick off her first global tour since her role in Disney’s hit film and her return to Broadway in If/Then. After rocking audiences around the world, Idina will be back home in the …

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Rock, Ribs & Ridges: A Rocky Weekend

Brace yourselves; summer is coming. The Rock, Ribs & Ridges’ sixth annual summer festival is just around the corner, and what better way to enjoy it than by kicking back, munching on some junk food, and listening to a little rock and blues to shake up the fun? On …

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Great Lake Swimmers: Folkin’ Around New York

Canadian band Great Lake Swimmers make their return to the Big Apple this June to get in on the fun of summer gigs. Since their first album release in 2003, the folk/rock group has been busy at work, entertaining their audiences with their soothing lyrics and soft melodies. They recently …

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Lord Dying: Poisoned Altars And Heavy Metal

Lord Dying, a hardcore/metal band from Portland, Oregon, began its international tour in May, prepared to pummel its fans into a head-banging fog. The group’s base-flooded riffs balance the dark vocals, the perfect combination for a late summer night out for eclectic music fiends. The metal rockers, first formed …

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Crystal Bright & The Silver Hands

When the cabaret-ish, dark folk-ish Crystal Bright & The Silver Hands start to play, one can easily think of Helena Bonham Carter in Les Miz, of a Renaissance fair at night, of every Tim Burton movie ever. Bright now brings her chill and doom to their latest release, The

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