What a retro month February has been. Between the reemergence of matchbox twenty and now songstress Suzanne Vega's upcoming performance at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, we're stumbling blindly through a foggy bliss of never-ending nostalgia.
He's a spoken-word artist, pals with Henry Rollins and enemies with Twitter star George Takei. He also played one of the most iconic roles in television history. I'm talking about James Tiberius Kirk.
Perk up your ear drums and get ready to have your world so thoroughly rocked you'll be speaking French fluently for a week. (But the catch is you'll only be able to utter Franco phrases pertaining to overthrowing the money-grubbing establishment and/or being a prostitute.)
With its most recent effort, The Lion The Beast The Beat, indie darlings Grace Potter and the Nocturnals have taken the notion of a masterful concept album and really made it rumble.
Let's take a moment to think about what life would be like without Bill Cosby. Instead of year-round Cosby sweater parties, we'd only have once-yearly ugly Christmas sweater parties.
Sure, America might technically be a monarchy-hating democracy, but c'mon, we all know there's a queen in charge, and has been for quite some time. And I'm not talking about Michelle Obama here.
Zac Brown Band is still full of love, peace and chicken grease, but the band’s new tour crosses genre boundaries and pushes limits of musicianship. Zac Brown Band’s latest album, Uncaged, combines its trademark vocals with spine-tingling instrumentals.