Jon Bon Jovi And The Kings Of Suburbia: Benefit Show

When he’s not busy being a legendary name in rock music, Jon Bon Jovi plays with local Jersey band The Kings Of Suburbia. The rockstar and his side-project have announced a benefit show on July 30 at Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, where they will play a mix …

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Cage The Elephant: Take It Or Cage It

Cage The Elephant are on a summer tour supporting their latest album, Melophobia. The first two singles off the record are “Come A Little Closer” and “Take It Or Leave It.” The group took some time off after their second album to explore musically before reconvening in August 2012 …

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Caught A Ghost: Ghosts Take No Sugar

The collaborative effort of Jesse Nolan and Tessa Thompson known as Caught A Ghost recently released their debut album, Human Nature. The record is composed of a tracklist of funky and retro R&B-inspired songs, including “Connected” and “No Sugar In My Coffee,” which was featured on Boardwalk Empire. …

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Slightly Stoopid: A New Tradition

As per their seven-year summer tradition, California’s own Slightly Stoopid will be touring the country for their 25-city Summer Sessions 2014 tour. Joining them on their Philly and Asbury Park stops will be Bob Marley’s Grammy-winning spawn, Stephen Marley, and alternative hip-hoppers G. Love & Special Sauce. See them all …

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Bronze Radio Return: Roots Rock Revival

Before hitting up the festival circuit in August, Bronze Radio Return will make a brief stop at Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Bowl on July 31. If the name of the band sounds familiar, it may be because their single, “Further On,” is popular among advertisers—you’ve probably tried to ID the catchy …

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The Lovebirds: Birds Of A Feather

Dynamic lesbian duo Veronica May and Lindsay White of The Lovebirds will be playing a set at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall on Aug. 2. The folk pop rockers are touring to promote their latest album, Makeup Shmakeup. The album, inspired by the disintegration of May and White’s own …

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Soundgarden: ’90s Alt Rock Takes A Victory Lap

Soundgarden, the Seattle-based rock group influential in alternative rock music, are touring nationally with Nine Inch Nails in support of their 20th anniversary re-issue of their groundbreaking album, Superunknown, that released remastered with a second CD full of demos and rarities on June 3. Vocalist Chris Cornell’s range …

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The Big Bright: Beautifully Somber

The Big Bright are a New York-based project formed on the mutual love for Americana, indie folk, and British ‘80s new wave/alternative rock. In perfect balance between The Cure, Depeche Mode and Alison Krauss, the unique music off their debut, I Slept Thru The ‘80s, is mellow, instrumentally lush, …

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Run River North: No Frills

Run River North, a California indie folk group that has been rapidly making a name for the themselves, will be playing in NYC at Bowery Ballroom on July 26. The Korean-American sextet has gained large acclaim for their eponymous debut LP, a powerful but emotional mix of classic …

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Working Class Hussys: Goin’ For A Ride

This week, the Lambertville, New Jersey-based eight-piece Working Class Hussys will be having their CD release show for their forthcoming album, Diesel Tunes, at The Bitter End in Manhattan on July 26. Following the radio success of their debut, Diary Of A Blue Collar Cracker, the lyrical …

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