NPR board chairman and WXPN general manager Roger LaMay will step down from his position at National Public Radio to focus on his duties at XPN. He denied a story indicating that he left the position due to a complaint regarding inappropriate behavior.
Sharon Jones' posthumous release, Yung Lean, and Bob Dylan's erstwhile sideman.
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 Germantown native was named a cohost this morning.
Jackson's current tour, renamed "State of the World," does not shy away from the difficult issues of today.
The Lawncrest-raised rapper went viral this year with "Overwhelming" and now has signed a deal with Warner Bros.
She'll play Lincoln Financial Field on July 14.
On Saturday, Bob Dylan and his band played the first of two nights in Upper Darby, with gospel great Mavis Staples opening.
Is Macklemore still Macklemore without his partner-in-crime in tow?
The Wyomissing, Pa.-raised star has returned with her highly anticipated new album.