Friday, August 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Music/Nightlife

The Philadelphia "legendary master musician and teacher" was 67.
In Jimmy Buffett's Parrothead paradise, it's always 5 o'clock (somewhere), an eternal happy hour with cool breezes, cold drinks (preferably his Land Shark Lager, brewed for his Margaritaville restaurants?), and warm feelings among himself, his paramours, and his beach-bound drinking companions.
Mötley Crüe: Mere mention of the name conjures images of hair-metal at its most decadent. The Crüe, which first broke in 1981, had the goods to back up its salacious sex-and-drugs image and gave fans contagious stripper-pole favorites like "Girls Girls Girls," "Dr. Feelgood," and "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)."
One can't be completely certain why Linkin Park, tech-rock's most passionately intense ensemble, titled its tour "Carnivores" and brought the equally angst-ridden AFI and its poppier brethren 30 Seconds to Mars to play. Yet on Friday at Camden's Susquehanna Bank Center, each offered its own brand of stewing sonic enterprise and meaty lyrical aplomb.
What started life in 2012 as an elegantly old-timey volume of sheet music of new Beck songs published by McSweeney's blossoms into what was intended by its author: something purely interpretive, a chance for others to sing out, to bring their own voice to
His Sept. 9 album release has been canceled and his lawyer says he's losing a fortune, but the Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill won't be getting out of prison before mid-October, a city judge ruled Monday.
On the surface, Rosanne Cash has been in a retrospective mood since her 2006 album Black Cadillac, which followed the deaths of her father Johnny Cash, her stepmother June Carter Cash, and her mother Vivian Liberto, and examined her family history.
Taylor Swift fans can finally rejoice! After working for two years on a new album, the singer officially announced her new album titled “1989,”...
The sold-out, four-act concert headlined by Luke Bryan on Friday at Lincoln Financial Field was likely the most definitive showcase of "Bro Country" that the City of Brotherly Love has yet seen.
They came from near and far Sunday to reacquaint with old friends, make new ones, and enjoy soulful music from gospel to hip-hop to jazz.
NEW YORK (AP) - The MTV Video Music Awards will open with a "Bang."