Sixto Rodriguez @ Beacon Theatre

MANHATTAN, NY—After 40 years of obscurity, 70-year old Searching For Sugar Man star Sixto Rodriguez returned to play the songs he disappeared with during a sold-out Beacon Theatre show.

The Detroit-born singer-songwriter, likened to Bob Dylan, released two records in the early ‘70s: Coming From Reality and Cold Fact. …

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The Allman Brothers Band @ Beacon Theatre

NEW YORK, NY—Sometimes, I like to take a step back and admire the ideas people come up with to make life more fun. March is a prime example of this: a mediocre month embellished by traditions that make the transition to spring much less crappy. Humans, bless them, have turned …

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Interview with Warren Haynes from Gov’t Mule: The Dramatic Return

Gov’t Mule will be returning to The Beacon Theatre in New York for their annual New Year’s run with two shows, Friday, Dec. 30, and Saturday, Dec. 31. The band has played very few shows this year, and every year they have a special theme, so these two look to …

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Eddie Vedder @ Beacon Theatre

NEW YORK, NY—New York City’s Beacon Theatre is pristinely ornate and although acoustically crisp and lively, it offers an intimate experience, so there couldn‘t have been a more befitting platform for Eddie Vedder to display his latest solo work, Ukulele Songs. The voice of Pearl Jam admits that he …

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Levon Helm @ Beacon Theatre

NEW YORK, NY—Levon Helm and friends took on the Beacon Theatre and turned it into a revivalist meeting of roots rock, Appalachian style, adding doses of hippie soul, bluegrass and country and making a hybrid stew that churned into an organic mash up of Americana. Along with multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell, …

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