Plus: Ministry/KMFDM/Front Line Assembly, The Darkness, U.S. Girls, Microwave, Christopher Cross, Polaris, Between the Buried and Me, Black Pumas, Bush Tetras, Bon Jovi/Bryan Adams, and more tickets on sale.
Mott The Hoople ’74, which reunited Ian Hunter with his with former bandmates Ariel Bender and Morgan Fisher, have been out on the road celebrating the 45th anniversary of the band’s 1974 tour, which is also the first time these three have toured the U.S. together since then.
Celebrate summertime on the Hudson River with some of New York’s most popular local bands. From pop to electro to roots and more, the Waterfront Plaza at Brookfield Place comes alive with great music and happy hour specials!
In between the day's coffeehouse-ready beginning and stadium-worthy end, Divine Fits and Grizzly Bear delivered the two most CBGB-worthy sets of the day: It was easy to picture Divine Fits' (and Spoon's) Britt Daniel and Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste in the recesses of a rock club, though the North Stage of the festival, sidled up alongside the Ed Sullivan Theater, felt as natural an arena as any for their straightforward rock stylings and fuzzed-out, exploratory soundscapes, respectively...