Livin' On A Prayer: Bon Jovi Bringing Tour To Philadelphia, Allentown In MayBon Jovi will rock the PPL Center in Allentown on May 2 and then the Wells Fargo Center on May 3.
Who Is Headlining Firefly Music Festival 2018?This morning the Firefly Music Festival announced their lineup for the 2018 edition happening June 14th through the 17th in Dover, DE.
Gene Simmons Talks Sexual HarassmentThis morning Gene Simmons of KISS is defending himself against a lawsuit accusing him of sexual battery.
Review: LCD Soundsystem Finishes A Sold Out Run In PhiladelphiaThe disco ball dropped again on Thursday for the third of three sold out nights of LCD Soundsystem at The Fillmore Philadelphia.
Shawn Mendes Invests In Smart Emoji AppBackstage before a performance in Philadelphia last year, teen pop star Shawn Mendes and young entrepreneur Akash Nigam poured over an app.
Montgomery County Teacher Nominated For 'Grammy Music Educator Award'One of the finalists for the 2018 "Grammy Music Educator Award" works in Montgomery County!
Up Next: The Regrettes And Rock Beyond Her YearsTheir vicious blend of 50's pop and safety-pin punk has proved a perfect vessel for 17-year-old singer Lydia Night.
Review: The National Rise Above The RoomThe epic nature of the room with rich texture and sky-high tiers faded into the background though as The National emerged.
Up Next: An Early Start For Kicking SunriseThe Washington Township, New Jersey band's upbeat jam "Here's To The Sunrise" has been adopted as a morning theme song for Eyewitness News.
Jay-Z, Bruno Mars Lead Grammy Noms In Top CategoriesRecord of the year nominees include Jay-Z’s “The Story of O.J.,” Mars’ “24K Magic,” Lamar’s “Humble,” Gambino’s “Redbone” and the year’s biggest hit, “Despacito,” by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber.
Up Next: Reluctant Mathematics With CHONFor CHON, a mostly instrumental band, their lush and intricate sound tapestries in odd time signatures has earned them the label of 'math rock'.
Interview: A Second Home For Hoodie AllenSteven Markowitz is from Long Island, but in many ways Hoodie Allen was born in Philadelphia at the University Of Pennsylvania.