Boyd Tinsley knows the value of simply playing music for human ears... which is why he busked his way back to the streets for a free pop-up show in NYC. We got Dave Matthews Band's violinist Wednesday at Washington Square Park, and he told us how…
In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Joel Grey for my "House Call" column on growing up in Cleveland (go here). His father was a saxophonist and clarinetist who played with local society bands and then moved the...
Sigúr Ros fans in the Portland area who want to combat Donald Trump’s policies take note: The band’s concert film INNI is screening to benefit the ACLU. The event will take place March 20 at the Clinton Street Theater, which is holding...Show More Summary
Cynthia & Adam opted for a three-day Mexican wedding which was full of celebrations, tequila, and loveliness. They started with a street carnival full of family and friends dancing in the street and a Mariachi band came to serenade the whole group. The ceremony took place in an open-air venue. You'll want to see this one...
Uncrate: Paul Shaffer got Bill Murray to lay down vocals on "Happy Street", the single for Paul Shaffer and the World's Most Dangerous Band's self-titled album. The track features his signature eclectic jazz style with an accompanying animated video. The album will be released on March 17, 2017. Open thread below...
Angry bystanders set the bus ablaze after driver sped away after driving into a band of street musicians.
The band’s new album Meet You is out March 10.
Last month, UK producer the Bug and Olympia metal band Earth announced that they were releasing a collaborative album together called Concrete Desert, a follow-up to their initial 2014 mashup, the Boa / Cold EP. We've already heard "Snakes Vs. Rats" from it, and today they've shared another new The Bug Vs. Earth track called…
An animated Bill Murray sings about keeping a positive outlook on life in the music video for “Happy Street” by Paul Shaffer off the album Paul Shaffer & The World’s Most Dangerous Band. The video includes references to many of Murray’s films like Scrooged, Stripes, and Groundhog Day while Murray and Shaffer stroll through a […]
Paul Shaffer and The World’s Most Dangerous Band have a new album coming out on March 17, and by way of a preview, they’ve released a video for “Happy Street,” a song featuring Bill Murray. Animated by Jay Marks, the video features a...Show More Summary
A collaboration with David Letterman's former band leader, Paul Shaffer.
From the masterminds of Broad City and 21 Jump Street.
The duo behind VICELAND's first scripted comedy talk about the ethical boundaries in filming random people on the street and what it's like looking like an idiot all the time.
Cinema Cinema first met Martin Bisi in 2012 amid the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Bisi, whose BC Studio was located just a few blocks away from the band’s rehearsal studio, was walking through the streets overwhelmed by the destruction...Show More Summary
Band photo of Chibi Kodama The band Chibi Kodama makes family music in every sense of that phrase -- it's kid-appropriate, features all 7 members of John Cullimore's family (him, his wife Yvonne, and his five kids, though perhaps the infant doesn't play much), and generally takes as its lyrical inspiration the emotional terrain of family life. Show More Summary
I Don't Listen to Dave Matthews Anymore, but I'm Glad I Did by Kathleen Tarrant T his one's a little different, but I think it's important. I was 9, in that blissful last stretch before puberty, skidding down California streets on my two-wheeler, Walkman clipped to my jean shorts. Show More Summary
Lew Jetton & 61 SouthRainCoffee Street RecordsSinger, songwriter and guitarist Lou Jetton and his band 61 South brings a new audio gumbo mix of southern rock, blues and other roots elements to his latest recording "Rain," one of theShow More Summary
Floats, marching bands and street parties are about to compete with _ or maybe complement _ slam-dunks, three-point plays and buzzer-beaters in New Orleans
Mix yourself a drink and alert the group text: The Girls Trip trailer is here. Also maybe reach for a rain poncho, because this red band trailer does feature New Orleans’ bustling Bourbon Street getting sprayed by Jada Pinkett Smith’s pee. After spending five years apart, four friends — played ... More »