More indoor rock scheduled for Friday in Camden, thanks to expected heavy rain.
Brit-rockers with an 'American Idol' singer, plus Scottish indie-pop, West Virginia rock and roll, Chuck Prophet, and Michael Robbins on the poetry of pop.
The Philadelphia rapper played a free pop-up show at the Fillmore to celebrate the release of his new album "Wins & Losses."
Canadian pop-punk band who sing hyper-catchy songs about pizza, skateboarding, and Kathie Lee & Hoda. Opening for Flatliners on Monday at the Boot & Saddle.
After a storm passed, Damon Albarn's cartoon band satisfied a Penn's Landing crowd on its first tour in seven years.
Michelle Zauner has used her music to explore her grief over the loss of her mother on last year's 'Psychopomp' and the new 'Soft Sounds From Another Planet.'
A west African-flavored Colombian band at Nuevofest and a Delco-bred soul-blues man, plus Swedish metal, a Bayou country guitar hero and a futuristic dance diva.
The New Orleans band that won NPR Music's Tiny Desk Contest did a lunchtime concert and workshop for Girls Rock Philly campers in Kensington.
The rapper and entertainment mogul is already playing his own festival.
The Philly rapper returns this month with his first official album since 2015's 'Dreams Worth More Than Money.'
The underappreciated country singer and songwriter who brought the house down when he sang "A Satisfied Mind" on tour dates with Robert Plant's Band of Joy. Opening Friday for the Zac Brown Band at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden.
The Midwestern rocker brought his Sad Clowns &; Hillbillies package tour to Fairmount Park on Thursday, with significant support from two country legends.
Philadelphia singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield is back with her superb fourth album, and is playing a hometown show at Union Transfer on July 14.
A twin bill with James Taylor and an HBO music doc, plus Kehlani, the Catus Blossom and the Twilight Music Festival.
The rapper is contrite on his thirteenth solo album, a partial response to Beyonce's 'Lemonade.'
The veteran rocker and band played the first of two South Philadelphia summer shows on Saturday night. They return on July 29.
The Creole scion continues to carry on the legacy of his "King of Zydeco" father, Clifton, leading the aptly named Red Hot Louisiana Band. Friday at World Cafe Live.
The rapper and Made in America headliner's new album is available on to pre-existing Tidal subscribers and Sprint customers.
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."