Few cities have influenced the music industry like Detroit. In order to really appreciate this city, plan a night out at one of Motor City’s legendary live music venues.
The Wild Honey Pie, a music collective based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, hosts three-course dinners with live music, free beer, and heart.
The best way to see New York City in a new light is to imagine its past—and remember to look up. Walk on the Wild Side NYC is a perfect tour for music lovers of many genres.
30 Years of Good Music: Mudhoney Tells Us Their Favorite Seattle Spots Ahead of Sub Pop Records’ Anniversary Party
Synonymous with ’80s grunge and an integral thread to the fabric of Seattle, revered record label Sub Pop celebrates their 30th anniversary with a free show throughout the city on August 11. Flagship band Mudhoney reveals their favorite spots in the city for record-shopping, coffee, food, and live music, and reflects on their time with Sub Pop.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
Oakland has cemented its impact on hip-hop through legendary acts like Too $hort, E-40 Mistah F.A.B., Mac Dre, Keak Da Sneak, and 2Pac.
Want to see Beck, Neil Young, Cyndi Lauper, and 250 other performances all for less than $80? It’s possible at Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ), taking place in Québec City July 5-15.
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Nashville isn’t the only American city with deep ties to music. These 12 destinations have also left their mark.
On the 125th anniversary of The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan, 50 violinists performed a surreal, uplifting orchestral symphony.