John Grant and his mostly Icelandic companions worked through the artist's dark, poignant confessional songs.
Celebrating the release of their first album with all original compositions That's It!, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band returned to the McKittrick Hotel for a seven night residency. If Tuesday was any indication, every night is gonna have you on your feet.
"In song, I have sung every failure I have partaken in and every accomplishment I have succeeded at – there is no line."
Though both artists brought the requisite theatrics, this show nonetheless suffered from truncated set times.
Participants and attendees of NYC's Pride March had much to celebrate following the Supreme Court ruling against the federal Defense of Marriage Act -- as did the countless others at Pride events nationwide.
Comedy Central arranged for some of their biggest televised comedians to perform at Central Park's Summerstage.
Femi Kuti & The Positive Force brought nothing but heat at their show at Central Park's Summerstage.
More than just a place where fans can try some great beers, SAVOR serves as a summit for the industry's finest to connect, share stories and to build on what continues to be an exciting time.
An eclectic roster of talent pays tribute to one of American music's greatest icons.
Mates of State kick out the jams with a very small audience in their metaphorical Connecticut backyard, fresh off of three nights opening for The Postal Service in sizable arenas.