Funky alt-rock stalwarts Red Hot Chili Peppers have ace guitarist John Frusciante back for his third tour of duty, an exciting development for longtime fans.
Blending wide-ranging global influences and psychedelic effects, Khruangbin have pulled off the rare feat of developing a truly fresh sound.
Four straight days of at least 13 hours of live music per day pushes even the hardiest festivarian to the limit, but the festival’s 30th annual edition demands nothing less.
BottleRock 2022 has proven to be one of the US’ most pleasing festivals, with its diverse musical lineup, fabulous weather, and eclectic food and beverages.
It’s a cool evening in the East Bay, but the temperature promises to rise inside the Oakland Arena, where Pearl Jam will rock out for a two-night stand.
Phish transform Madison Square Garden into an “Enchantment Under the Sea” party that takes the high school dance of Marty McFly’s parents to a whole new sensory level.
Circles Around the Sun and Mikaela Davis’ collaboration shows how the jam-rock scene has long been one of the most close-knit communities in the music business.
Allman Family Revival and a slew of all star guests come together in sensational fashion to honor the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band at rock’s most hallowed hall.
There’s no Guns N’ Roses songs, nor any from Velvet Revolver, but it doesn’t matter because Slash, Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are kicking ass on tour.
It’s a rare band whose newer material shines just as brightly in the live setting as their older classics, but North Mississippi Allstars are just such a group.
Metallica celebrate their 40th anniversary with a pair of career-spanning arena shows and bonus club shows from friends including Kamasi Washington.
The Phish fall 2021 tour has been one for the ages, with a run that’s had fans praising it as their best tour since their prime years in the late 1990s.