Sweetlife Festival Continues with More Healthy, Locally Grown Food & Performances by The Weeknd, Calvin Harris & Charli XCX

By James Pleasant Day 2 of the Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD, offered another helping of healthy, seasonal food options, and more amazing music performances by The Weeknd, Charli XCX, Vic Mensa, and many more. One … Continue reading

Sweetlife Festival Combines Performances by Kendrick Lamar, Pixies & More with Healthful, Locally Grown Fare

By James Pleasant More than your average music festival, Sweetlife brings together renowned artists, music fans and smartly sourced, seasonal food. Day 1 of the festival at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD boasted incredible performances by artists including … Continue reading

Drake, Alt-J & The Strokes to Headline the First-Ever Landmark Music Festival to Restore the National Mall

By James Pleasant Drake, Alt-J, The Strokes and several other notable musicians are scheduled to play at the inaugural Landmark Music Festival at Washington, D.C.’s West Potomac Park on September 26-27 to raise funds and awareness for the restoration of … Continue reading

Queens of the Stone Age, Paramore and Jimmy Eat World Team Up to Launch Charity Benefiting Disabled Musicians

By Anna DiBlosi Queens of the Stone Age frontman Joshua Homme, alongside bands Paramore and Jimmy Eat World, launched the charity The Sweet Stuff Foundation to support career musicians and recording engineers with medical treatment, income assistance and more in … Continue reading

Record Store Day Ambassador Dave Grohl Joins Countless Musicians to Celebrate Indie Record Stores

By Billy Restivo It’s that time of year when spring starts to poke its head out, and the welcome signs are rushing in with a breath of fresh air. Baseball parks relish in their opening-day games, Hawaiian-shirt-clad dads everywhere reclaim … Continue reading

Jackson Browne, Tom Morello & More Encourage Youth to Speak Out at Concert for Social Justice

By Laura Ferreiro It’s not always easy for young musicians to find their voices. The Concert for Social Justice at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on April 8 was all about encouraging young artists – and everyone in the … Continue reading

Duran Duran, Flaming Lips, Moby and More Play Surreal David Lynch Foundation Benefit

By Laura Ferreiro What more could you want from a concert put on by surrealist director David Lynch than an array of spectacular, dramatic and downright weird performances? The Music of David Lynch benefit concert on April 1 featured all … Continue reading

Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day to Feature No Doubt, Usher, Mary J. Blige and More

 By Billy Restivo In an effort to spread climate change awareness and take action to end extreme poverty, Global Citizen has confirmed No Doubt, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Fall Out Boy, Train and My Morning Jacket as headliners at the … Continue reading