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Concert Fans Dream in 3D

Whether you’re at the show or not, live music fans are always dreaming about our favorite concerts in the past, present and future. And when you imagine the possibilities of 3D TV, the live concert experience can be even more personal, memorable and exciting. Read More »

Music Review: Cut Chemist – Sound of the Police

Cut Chemist takes us back to the real roots of hip hop with Sound of the Police. Read More »

Music Review: Rhymefest – El Che

Does Rhymefest finally deliver the goods on El Che? Read More »

Concert Review: Ra Ra Riot at Metro in Chicago

Ra Ra Riot takes Chicago fans through The Orchard live at the Metro. Read More »

Ra Ra Riot on Daytrotter, New Album & Fall Tour Dates

Listening to this Daytrotter live session featuring Syracuse, New York indie-rock band Ra Ra Riot takes me back to a memorable moment when I first saw them in 2007. Read More »

B.o.B Joins President Obama to Kick Off National Gen44 Summit

On September 30th hip-hop/R&B rising star B.o.B will help kick off the first annual National Gen44 Summit with President Barack Obama. Read More »

Concert Review: Lollapalooza Music Festival 2010

It all seems like a beautiful blur. Lollapalooza 2010 was a three-day tidal wave of rock, pop and hip hop... Read More »

New Woodstock Stories, Artifacts Showcased at Bethel Woods Musuem

A new collection of Woodstock artifacts are on display at The Museum at Bethel Woods inviting fans to celebrate and explore the legacy of the legendary music festival experience. Read More »

Concert Review: Perez Hilton’s “One Night In Chicago”

How does celebrity blogger Perez Hilton throw a pre-Lolla party? We headed to the Hard Rock Hotel to join other fans for a late-night adventure of live rock, pop, dance and hip hop in downtown Chicago to find out. Read More »

Preview: Lollapalooza 2010 Kicks Off In Chicago

For the fifth straight year since it became a destination festival in 2005, Lollapalooza kicks off tomorrow along Chicago’s lakefront in Grant Park. And over the last five years the festival has only grown larger, signed bigger deals with the City of Chicago and sold out to capacity. Read More »