The Aces brought their second to last show of their US I’ve Loved You For So Long Tour to Berkeley.
Ms. Lauryn Hill reunited with Pras and Wyclef Jean to bring the Fugees to the big stage at Chicago’s United Center.
Dropkick Murphys played a show in Toledo, Ohio with The Interrupters and Jesse Ahern after spending the day on the UAW strike picket line.
The Gaslight Anthem returned to the studio after nine years to make the beautiful and melodic upcoming album, History Books.
It was an unforgettable night as Attila rolled into Orlando, FL, promising an explosive mix of music, energy, and raw excitement.
The Soap Girls’ first visit to Raleigh, NC exposed the band’s social and political beliefs, plus a whole lot more.
Sevendust and Static-X fire up fans with high-energy sets on The Machine Killer Tour with support from Dope and Lines of Loyalty.
Falling in Reverse officially closed out their Popular Monstour with a sold-out show at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre in Florida.
The second date on Ashley McBryde’s The Devil I Know Tour was a raucous home-state affair for both her and opener JD Clayton.
With no band and no setlist, John Mayer threw out all of the rules to treat fans to a unique experience for his Solo Tour.