Matt & Kim brought their infectious brand of dance-punk to Pearl Street this past Saturday night at Pearl Street. Filled with crowd interaction and fan-favorite songs, this was not a show to be missed.
Matt and Kim drop by Pearl Street in Northampton on their tour to promote their new album, “Sidwalks.” Javelin and Fletcher C. Johnson will open for the duo in Saturday’s 9 p.m. show.
Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter wows concertgoers with infectious theatrics and feel-good tunes at the Calvin Theater.
Contemporary folk singer-songwriter Josh Ritter is performing at the Calvin Theater this Saturday night at 8 p.m. The Northampton-native Winterpills will be joining Ritter and his band for what Angela Stasiowski calls “a well-rounded show…[that] simply cannot be missed.”
Last Friday, Sweden’s Tallest Man On Earth played Pearl Street Ballroom. Opening the show was S. Carey of Bon Iver Fame.
Classic fusion rockers Little Feat will perform at the Calvin Theater in Northampton, Friday Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $27.50 to $37.50 and are still available.
Swedish folkie Kristian Matsson-a.k.a. The Tallest Man on Earth-will be performing this Thursday at the Pearl Street Night Club at 8:30. He will be supported by Bon Iver alumnus S. Carey.
Collegian editor Angela Stasiowski, who recently jumped out of a plane for the first time, describes her leap of faith and the lessons she learned from it.
Frightened Rabbits will be performing at the Pearl Street ballroom this Saturday. The group’s folk sound is given a more twangy feel due to their lack of a bass guitarist, and their song “Swim Until You Can’t See Land” has been a hit on alternative radio stations around the globe.
Remember that song? The one that Leonard Cohen penned and Jeff Buckley made famous? The song is “Hallelujah,” a gorgeous ballad of biblical allusions and secular lust that has been covered by many, but matched by few. Now think back a couple years to that standout cover performance that was prominently featured on the “Shrek” soundtrack. Undeniably heartfelt, this piano-based cover made the soundtrack a double-platinum selling record. Now you know Rufus Wainwright. Wainwright will perform a set of his old-world meets modern-age piano ballads at the Calvin Theater this coming Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m.
Marco Benevento is quickly becoming known in the jazz circuits of New York, making Brooklyn his primary stomping ground.
Marco Benevento, a self-proclaimed “punk” from the New York music scene, met drummer and long time friend Joe Russo in detention hall. The rest is history.
Amanda Palmer brought her sophisticated burlesque punk to Pearl Street last Friday, serenading the packed Ballroom with tunes from her debut solo release, “Who Killed Amanda Palmer.”
This Friday, Nov. 13, Dresden Doll’s singer, songwriter and pianist Amanda Palmer will try her luck at Pearl Street Clubroom in Northampton. The 9 p.m. show follows the recent conclusion to her “Who Killed Amanda Palmer” tour.
Never before has a band named after a Canadian-created sport had as much soul as Portland’s Hockey.
There is no need to explain the band’s musical back-story. Their debut album “Mind Chaos” speaks for itself.
Sarah Palin has given Americans the wrong idea about Alaska. Not everyone that hails from Wasilla is a baby-popping hockey mom. In fact, some of them play music.
Regina Spektor is flexible. From writing style to influences, the singer-songwriter and pianist never ceases to surprise listeners with impressive displays of vocal acrobatics and a smile that lights up any stage.
This past Monday, Iron Horse Music Hall ushered in a new era of rock n’ roll, playing host to Canada’s Sam Roberts Band. The group of Montreal natives is currently touring the United States in support of their latest effort, “Love at the End of the World.”
Tonight, our musical neighbors up north will export the exceptionally talented singer-songwriter Sam Roberts to Northampton’s Iron Horse Music Hall for an evening of good, old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll.