The former Smiths frontman has a reputation for canceling shows.
Two-disc compilation with a punny title dedicated to the music of power-pop expert Tommy Keene, who died at 59 on Thanksgiving eve. A great place to start if you're not familiar with the cult artist's body of work.
Is it time to drop Frank Loesser's creepy seasonal song from your holiday playlist?
Upper Darby's own Todd Rundgren, a John Lee Hooker box, Sirius XM deejay, singer Elizabeth Cook, a hip-hop symposium in South Jersey, and Julie Byrne at the First Unitarian Church.
The long-delayed follow-up to "Songs of Innocence" has arrived. The band will return to Philadelphia next year.
Hip-hop dominates the Grammys list, with Kendrick Lamar also standing tall. The awards will be given out in January in New York.
The Boss will be still be boogalooing down Broadway come June.
What to listen to this weekend.
Music gift ideas, from Taylor Swift and U2 tickets to a Questmas holiday sweatshirt.
The Philly-bred and Nashville-based rocker whose Heavy Meta is one of the best - and best-named locally connected albums of the year - returns to town with his power trio for an all-ages gig with Naked Giants and Full Bush. Tuesday at First Unitarian Church.
The Los Angeles sax player with the expansive vision plays Union Transfer on Nov. 25.
New York rocker Shilpa Ray, powerhouse singer Nikka Costa, Iraqi oud player Rahim AlHaq, a band named after Black Friday, and multiple chances to see Mariah.
Fanatics entrepreneur and Lafayette Hill native Michael Rubin told his rapper friend: "I'm with you until the end."
The Lawncrest-raised rapper went viral this year with "Overwhelming" and now has signed a deal with Warner Bros.
On Saturday, Bob Dylan and his band played the first of two nights in Upper Darby, with gospel great Mavis Staples opening.
Ogbah's sound sculpture "Logan Squared," part of the Monument Lab public art project, features poetry by hip-hop friendly spoken word artist Rucker. Sunday from 2 to 4:30 p.m on the Skyline Terrace at the Parkway Central Library.
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."