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Review: Pearl Jam Hosts Another Reunion With PhiladelphiaPearl Jam plays again Friday, April 29th at The Wells Fargo Center.
Center City Jazz Festival Returns For Fifth YearThe Center City Jazz Festival will take over Sansom street Saturday for the fifth year in a row.
Philly-born 'Me and Mrs. Jones' Singer Billy Paul Dead At Age 80Billy Paul, the soul singer best known for the No. 1 hit ballad "Me and Mrs. Jones," has died.
Officials: No Signs Of Trauma When Prince Found, Suicide Not SuspectedAuthorities say there were no signs of trauma on Prince's body when he was found unresponsive at his home, and that suicide isn't suspected in the musician's death.
Is It Okay For Brands To Tweet About A Celebrity’s Death?Cheerios wasn't the only company that tweeted about Prince.
President Obama Mourns 'Creative Icon' PrincePresident Barack Obama called Prince a "creative icon," with a strong spirit as he offered prayers after the musician's unexpected death Thursday.
Hear Philly: Flavors Of The Avenue Returns To South PhiladelphiaOver two dozen award-winning East Passyunk restaurants will be participating in one of South Philadelphia's largest food festivals on Sunday, April 24th.
Pearl Jam Cancels North Carolina Concert Due To Anti-LGBT LawPearl Jam is coming to Philadelphia next week for a pair of concerts at the Wells Fargo Center, but the band will no longer be making a stop in North Carolina.
Philadelphia Music Legends Return To Ardmore Music HallLocal music fans are in for a treat Saturday night when In the Pocket, a review featuring some the area's most celebrated musicians, pays tribute to the Soul Survivors, who perform the vocals on a new cover of a Philly Soul classic.
Make America Hate Again: Filter Frontman Richard Patrick Talks Trump And MoreNext week, the band Filter will hit the road to support their album "Crazy Eyes" on what they've dubbed the "Make America Hate Again" tour.
Celebrities Mourn The Death Of Country Legend Merle HaggardCountry music icon Merle Haggard passed away Wednesday. It was his 79th birthday.
Country Music Hall Of Famer Merle Haggard Dies On BirthdayCountry giant Merle Haggard, who celebrated outlaws, underdogs and an abiding sense of national pride in such hits as "Okie From Muskogee" and "Sing Me Back Home," died Wednesday at 79, on his birthday.

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