Blues-rock heroes Tedeschi Trucks Band make a triumphant return to the scene where they recorded a live album last year.
With the aid of Patti Smith, Joan Baez, Michael Stipe and more, Pathway to Paris raised awareness of climate change and their "1,000 Cities" initiative at Carnegie Hall.
Trey Anastasio sings the new "Everything's Right" with the ladies harmonizing behind him to generate both an uplifting anthem of personal empowerment and a melodic jam vehicle that brings the entire audience into a collective groove of spirit family unity.
Blending a dazzling array of musical influences and directions for more than two decades now, Thievery Corporation have come to represent one of the 21st century's boldest bands in both genre-blending style and lyrical impact.
Dinosaur Jr. delivers a classic Gen-X sound that resonates through the ages, and there are few other artists in modern music that can rival this kind of alt-rock power.
There just aren't that many bands with a sound worthy of being compared to the classic alt-rock/grunge era of the early '90s, so the Silversun Pickups remain one of the 21st century's finest purveyors of the art form just as when they hit the national scene a decade ago.
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz brought her A-game to her Tucson debut alongside Brooklyn up-and-comers, the Brother Brothers.
Guitarist Warren Haynes always brings a fiery rock 'n' roll show to town, but he's also carved out a well-earned reputation for delivering music that taps into the current cultural zeitgeist.