• Bruce Springsteen River Tour Chicago

    Bruce Springsteen’s 'River Tour' Rocks Chicago w/ Glenn Frey Tribute Before NYC Gigs [Review]

    Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band were in absolute and undeniable peak form throughout their nearly three and a half hour set January 19th at Chicago’s United Center for the second stop on their tour focused on The River, the 35-year-old 20-track double album classic from 1980. Springsteen also paid tribute to Glenn Frey during the memorable concert. The show was just days before Springsteen's Madison Square Garden January 25th show was cancelled due to Winter Storm Jonas which caused the rocker to announce on Twitter that Chicago's United Center performace would be available to download for free until Friday, January 29th.
  • Justin Bieber performs on 'Today,' Nov. 18, 2015

    Justin Bieber Delivers Acoustic Goodness on 'TODAY', Despite Live Sound Issues

    New York City got a little taste of Justin Bieber in the wee hours of Wednesday morning (Nov. 18), when the pop superstar, fresh off the release of his new album Purpose, took over the Citi Concert Series on TODAY. And, even though the 21-year-old singer faced sound issues on the televised performances of "Sorry" and his Halsey collaboration, "The Feeling," in Rockefeller Plaza, everything on site went just fine.
  • Elle King and James Bay perform onstage during the VH1 Big Music in 2015: You Oughta Know Concert at The Armory Foundation

    James Bay, X Ambassadors, Elle King Shine At VH1's You Oughta Know Concert

    Helping to showcase emerging artists each year, VH1's You Oughta Know concert has been a staple in the myriad of televised music events every year. It went through a bit of a rebrand to Big Music, this year, but the concept has remained the same - big emerging acts on a big stage in New York City. 2015 tabbed hot acts like James Bay, Elle King, Miguel, X Ambassadors, Hozier, Tori Kelly and others to perform live, sometimes together.
  • Armin van Buuren

    Armin van Buuren Embraces Pier Of Fear For Halloween [Live Review]

    As one of the biggest party weekends of the year, New York City needed a man who knowns how to lead some of the best events in the world. Armin van Buuren was tabbed to take over the Pier Of Fear the night before Halloween alongside a few of his good friends, Khomha and Orjan Nilsen, before Skrillex and co. got spooky on Halloween proper.
  • Torres

    Torres Pulls No Punches for Intimate Cleveland Show [REVIEW]

    Unfortunately, the good people of Cleveland might not have received the message that Torres is currently touring on one of the year's most celebrated albums, Sprinter. Little more than 30 people showed up to the city's Beachland Ballroom & Tavern for what turned out to be a surprisingly intimate show.
  • Kaskade

    Kaskade Brings Awe-Inspiring Automatic Tour to New York City [Live Review]

    American dance icon Kaskade, real name Ryan Raddon, may have grown up in Chicago and lives in San Francisco, but New York City has been one of the cities that has helped shaped the "Eyes" DJ's career the most. Having just released his ninth artist album, Automatic, Raddon has been touring hard across North America with his new live production premiered at Coachella to nearly 80,000 people and made at stop at Pier 94 in Manhattan to a sold out crowd of nearly 10,000 New Yorkers.
  •  Beyonce and Nicki Minaj perform onstage during TIDAL X: 1020 at Barclays Center on October 20, 2015

    TIDAL X 1020 Live Review: Beyonce, Jay Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj Take Over Brooklyn

    Jay Z's streaming service TIDAL put on its biggest live performance yet when it took over Barclays Center with just about every act that has signed to its list of artist owner roster and more. Flexing their muscle and influence over the music industry, Jay Z and co were able to get Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, French Montana, Usher, Nas, Nick Jonas, Fabolous and plenty more.
  • The Weeknd at 'Made In America 2015'

    Made in America 2015 Highlights: The Weeknd, Beyonce and Celeb Sightings

    Made In America 2015 top moments still has us reminiscing over the Labor Day weekend festival that welcomed thousands of fans on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. With Beyoncé and The Weeknd headlining the two-day festivities, dedicated fans got there early enough to secure spots close enough to the stages their favorite artist would perform on. While many walked around for some food, Budweiser beers, bathroom breaks and other activities, some fans decided to stand for hours in the blistering heat until their favorite performer graced one of the five MIA stages.
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