Friends, followers, and fans gathered at Brooklyn’s Littlefield this weekend to celebrate 50 years of Elliott Smith.
Jim James and co. delivered a solid set for what could be their final show for awhile.
The two rock heavyweights brought thousands of heavy music fans to Jones Beach.
The legendary British heavy metal band promised their biggest production ever and delivered just that during a second night in Brooklyn.
The Rhapsody Tour is the best damn rock and roll memorial today.
The parody great got as high-brow as he could with the help of the Queens Symphony Orchestra.
The band played a one-off show at The Shrine Outdoors, their first show since 2015.
The legendary rockers eventually tumbled into satisfaction.
Ezra Koenig returned to the Windy City for an unlikely wintry summer night.
The evening also featured a pop-up gallery featuring original artwork from singer-guitarist John Dyer Baizley.
Along with a live band, the Dio hologram belted out the late icon’s hits from Rainbow, Black Sabbath and his solo band.
The Double Exposure Tour delivers a visually arresting spectacle.