April 14, 2014-- Taking Back Sunday treated fans to a small acoustic session at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in their hometown of Amityville. The entire band showed up to sign their new cd and vin[...]
Heading out to a trade show in Las Vegas, I decided to give myself an extra day and catch Elton John during his "The Million Dollar Piano" residency at The Coliseum in Caesar’s Palace. My expectatio[...]
Perhaps the coolest thing to come out of the jam band world in recent years is Matt Butler’s Everyone Orchestra, an ever-changing supergroup comprised of talented musicians joining forces to create [...]
Output got dirty this past Friday night as famed producer Eats Everything, notable for a string of releases on highly regarded Dirtybird Records, took the booth at the Brooklyn dance mecca to show off[...]
If you've never seen The Motet live before, you must be doing something wrong. This seven-piece funk ensemble brought the house down last Friday night at the Brooklyn Bowl, delivering two sets of n[...]
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