The Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” Exhibit @ Morrison Hotel Gallery

MANHATTAN, NY—It was 50 years ago that Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band taught the band to play yet another iconic event that also happened in 1967, and it was the historic performance of The Beatles singing “All You Need Is Love” live in front of a studio audience. The …

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Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue @ Sherman Theater

STROUDSBURG, PA—Troy Andrews, 31, better known as Trombone Shorty, brought his power-packed show to the Poconos and blew everyone away with a dramatic combination of soul-man strut, jazz-man chops, hard rock vengeance and the kind of inundating light show that dazzled, dizzied and drenched the dancing crowd in a veritable …

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Stimulate @ Drom

MANHATTAN, NY—Since 1996, New York-based Xris SMack! has developed a cultic following by mixing gothic and fetish lifestyles in nightclubs and concert halls. Onstage, there might be a techno industrial band pumping out hard and heavy synth beats. On the side of the stage or on the floor in front …

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The Weeknd @ Boardwalk Hall

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ—It was the hottest night of the year—both literally and figuratively—as arguably the biggest music star on the planet, The Weeknd, took his Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour to the historic Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ in support of his third studio album, Starboy.

27-year-old …

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Governors Ball Music Festival 2017 @ Randall’s Island Park

MANHATTAN, NY—The seventh annual Governors Ball Music Festival (commonly known as Governors Ball or Gov Ball) returned to Randall’s Island Park on June 2-4, with Chance the Rapper, Phoenix and Tool headlining the 2017 festival over approximately 60 performing artists. The festival also featured numerous food trucks and kiosks, as …

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Joey Ramone Birthday Bash @ The Studio At Webster Hall

MANHATTAN, NY—Joey Ramone was the iconic lead singer for the leading American punk band, the Ramones, from its origin in 1974 to the band’s demise in 1996. When the band split, he launched a solo career, but then succumbed to lymphatic cancer one month before his 50th birthday in 2001.…

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Max’s Kansas City Festival 2017 @ The Bowery Electric

MANHATTAN, NY—In the early 1960s, New Jersey-born Mickey Ruskin walked away from a career as a lawyer for a more speculative life as a restaurant and bar owner in New York City. After some success with other ventures, he opened Max’s Kansas City in 1965 as a restaurant and late …

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Panorama Music Festival – July 28-30, 2017

Spending the summer in New York City means having the opportunity to attend major weekend music festivals each month: June opened with Governors Ball, July hosted Panorama, August promises AfroPunk, and the Meadows will take place in September. Electronic dance music fans also get Electric Zoo festival on Labor Day …

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NPR Music’s Turning the Tables Live at Damrosch Park Bandshell – July 26, 2017

NPR Music has compiled and published a list of the 150 Greatest Albums Made by Women, albums with women at their center as artists, songwriters, musicians, and producers. Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors launched its free summer 2017 season by bringing NPR Music’s Turning the Tables Live to the Damrosch Park Bandshell …

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Timothy B. Schmit @ B.B. Blues Club & Grill

MANHATTAN, NY—Timothy B. Schmit showcased his eclectic talents at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in an hour and a half performance that took on his storied 40-year career with Poco, the Eagles and his solo albums. Standing centerstage he played the role of Laurel Canyon troubadour and alumnus looking …

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