Culture

Frances on her Mar. 27 show at Joe’s Pub, her new album for Capitol...

2016 was a breakout year for critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter Frances in her native England. Following the success of her 2015 single "Grow," Frances was nominated for both the BBC Sound Of 2016 and the BRITs...

Hall & Oates’ John Oates chats about playing Madison Square Garden on Feb. 19,...

The best-selling duo in music history, Hall & Oates has been internationally-renowned over four decades. With dozens of charting singles to their credit, Hall & Oates is the rare sort of band that can...

The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The newest exhibit coming to the Metropolitan Museum of Art within the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall is The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux. It explores the life and work of an artist who helped...

New Found Glory’s Cyrus Bolooki is ready for The Best Buy Theater, reflects on...

New Found Glory formed in 1997 and had a record deal within three years. While the almighty record deal is often painted to be the end of the rainbow for a rock band, it is...

The Atomic Bitchwax’s Chris Kosnik is ready for The Bowery Electric

I first learned about The Atomic Bitchwax when interviewing Michael Wildwood from Chrome Locust, former Tee/Pee Records labelmates of The Atomic Bitchwax about 15 years back. Tee/Pee had a reputation for being a “stoner rock” record...

Yael Meyer on her Mar. 9 show at Rockwood Music Hall, the Chilean music...

Born in Santiago, Chile, Yael Meyer began writing original music at the age of eight. About a decade later, she attended the Berklee College Of Music on a scholarship. While living in Boston for...