A west African guitar band and the British rock Modfather, plus the "Beavis and Butt-Head" creator's new animated series, a gala honoring Jill Scott, and troubadour Chris Kasper.
Danny Clinch's concert film catches the grunge era Seattle rock veterans playing two at Wrigley Field in 2016.
The ad hoc supergroup featuring members of four Philly acts got together in advance of a mini-festival coming to Underground Arts and the Trocadero in October.
7 p.m. Sunday at the Keswick Theatre, 291 N. Keswick Ave., Glenside.
Tickets: $49.50-$79.50. Information: 215-572-7650 or keswicktheatre.com
Google this 36-second BBC clip of the Oasis frontman explaining the music business' demise: Four people used to be responsible for his tea; now because of pirated music, he has to do it himself. "And they wonder why there's no real rock-and-roll stars around!" Nov. 28 at Union Transfer.
The Philadelphia band brought its tour for "A Deeper Understanding" to the Dell Music Center in a benefit show for ex-Eagle Connor Barwin's Make the World Better Foundation.
The piano player and songwriting great comes to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside on a solo tour on Sunday night.
"Sign O' the Times" on Showtime, plus a bass virtuoso, a storied rock-and-roll band, a Philly songwriter comes home.
The Canadian band delivered a terrific live show in support of its not-so-fabulous album "Everything Now."
Not to be confused with the Great 78 project expounded upon on this page, the 78 Project is an ongoing endeavor - and a documentary film - in which contemporary artists such as Philadelphia's Joe Jack Talcum or Patterson Hood cut vintage songs on a 1930s direct-to-acetate recorder. Information: the78project.com.
The provocative singer-songwriter returned to the Philly area for the first time since his infamous onstage blowup in Camden in 2016.
Sounds from thousands of 78 rpm records are going online - and are free to listen to - thanks to Philly audio engineers.
Willie Nelson's Outlaw fest in Camden, an HBO porn drama, and a week's worth of jazz, plus a talented Texas songwriter, and the all-time Grammy queen on a bill with David Gray.
Loudon Wainwright III: "Liner Notes"
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Free Library, 1901 Vine St.
Tickets: $15. Information: freelibrary.org or 215-567-4341
The songwriter will appear at the Free Library on his book tour for the excellent new memoir, "Liner Notes."
The Nobel laureate and his band will perform two shows in Upper Darby.
The provocative pop star played the first of two Wells Fargo Center shows on her "Joanne" tour Sunday night. She's back in South Philadelphia again Monday.
Along with Eddie Montgomery, the singer and guitarist killed in the Medford crash was half of one of country music's most popular duos in the 1990s and 2000s.
Dan DeLuca is an Inquirer pop music critic. But his "In the Mix" column in the Weekend section ventures further afield, into books, movies, TV, the Internet, graphic novels and anything you might call "popular culture."