Join Philadelphia's most fabulous cast of drag queens in an all-ages Drag Brunch. Featuring Mimi Imfurst, Bev, Vinchelle, Sutton Fearce, Cleo Phatra, Anita Manhattan, ZsaZsa St. James, Aurora Whorealis, Ophelia Hotass, and weekly special guests. Although the show is all ages, be advised that adult humor and language may be included. Sometimes naughty, never raunchy, always fun. Tickets and info: www.PunchLinePhilly.com/DragBrunch
The Dancing Monks perform Sattriya, a form of dance drama unique to their monastery in Northeast India. They dance to honor the god Vishnu in his flute-playing Krishna incarnation, narrating playful, sensuous, and fantastical episodes of his life as recounted in the ancient epics.
Connecticut's metal-hardcore band Hatebreed has been featured on MTV2's 'Headbangers Ball' show in addition to stints on such tours as Ozzfest and the Heavyweights of Hardcore since 1994. They have toured with Slayer, Slipknot and Mastodon and played at Ozzfest in 2006 alongside DragonForce, Lacuna Coil, Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed and co-headliners System of a Down. They are currently touring to support their latest work, 'The Divinity of Purpose,' which was just released in late January 2013.
Singer, songwriter, poet, multi-instrumentalist, feminist, successful record label owner -- Ani DiFranco's fierce independence and staggering talent have won her rabid fans the world over. Between studio and live recordings, the Buffalo native has released more than 20 albums; her latest is studio album is "Binary."
This band out of Long Beach, California, circa 2009, have repeatedly been called white guys in thrall to the blues of their black brethren. When the white guys have talent, the pursuit has proved a winning formula in the annals of rock 'n' roll: the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin leap to mind. And this quartet has no shortage of talent. Online and off, critics loved their 2016 album, "Hollow Bones."
With hypnotic elegance and a voice beyond her years, Edmonson released her debut studio album, "Take To the Sky" on March 10, 2009. The Austin-based artist borrows effortlessly from many musical styles to create a sound NPR calls, "memorable and contagious."
TRO concludes their 2017/2018 season by presenting the music of the incomparable Peter Gabriel. Focusing on Gabriel's post-Genesis career this show presents a cross-section of his studio albums. The production includes many of Gabriel's hits, but also highlights some live fan favorites and deeper cuts.
Siblings Ian, Eric and Brittany Hollies grew up listening to their parents' record collection, which contained James Taylor, Cat Stevens, Fleetwood Mac and Paul Simon. The trio began writing songs together, and Brittany belted out the tunes in a brassy voice. They were eventually joined by their friend Elizabeth Hopkins, a singer, as well as drummer Mike McKee and bassist Grant Emerson.
Singer-multi-instrumentalist-composer Annie Clark performs as a solo (one-woman band) under the moniker "St. Vincent." Hailed by the Boston Globe as an "adorably spunky guitar prodigy," Annie has been seen opening for such acclaimed and diverse acts as Television and Jose Gonzalez. An inventive and versatile guitarist, Annie has played with avant-garde composer, Glenn Branca and is a member of symphonic pop spectacle The Polyphonic Spree.
Six musicians, five dapper suits and irresistible songs are the backbones of Fitz & The Tantrums, a soul group from Los Angeles, CA. Having performed with bands like Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings and Maroon 5, it's obvious that their brand of soul-clapping, get-down-on-the-floor music is here to stay.
JJ Grey & Mofro's old school R&B and down home Southern roots rock music tells a story. The band also features Andrew Trube, Anthony Farrell, Anthony Cole, Dennis Marion, Art Edmaiston and Todd Smallie. Grey's love of the rustic Florida backwoods where he has spent most of his life is the inspiration for his lyrics. One song was co-written with songwriting icons Chuck Prophet and Angelo Petraglia (Kings of Leon ).