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Concert Reviews

  • Concerts

    Lenny Kravitz Turns Back the Clock

    By Brjden Crewe

    Illness and voice loss couldn’t prevent rock god Lenny Kravitz from making it to the Chelsea stage, though it did make him a bit tardy.

  • Concerts

    The London Symphony Orchestra Enthralls


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    Michael Tilson Thomas, Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony and Principal Guest Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, led a program of 20th century works that suspended time.

  • Gallery

    Concert Photos: Holiday Havoc, Smashing Pumkins and Suicidal Tendencies

    Photos of the week's hottest concerts.

  • Concerts

    Phish Got Chilling and Thrilling for Halloween

    By Erik Kabik

    It was the first time Phish had returned to Las Vegas in almost 10 years and the first time back on the Las Vegas Strip since 1996. To say the shows were highly anticipated is an understatement.

  • Concerts

    Boston Reels Back the Years

    By Sean DeFrank

    For a band whose hits have been so firmly embedded into the classic-rock canon for nearly 40 years, Boston remains largely unfamiliar as a live act.

  • Concerts

    M.I.A.’s Flat Show Fails to Live Up to the Creativity of Her Work

    By Felicia Mello

    On the global cultural stage, M.I.A. looms large—a renaissance woman with painting and cinematographic skills, who has melded world beats and political rebellion into her own groundbreaking brand of electro hip-hop. On the actual, literal stage? Not so much.

  • Concerts

    Like His Rhymes, Riff Raff’s Live Show Is a Little Off

    By Zoneil Maharaj

    Houston rapper Riff Raff—who might be moving to Las Vegas(!)—was less concerned about his actual performance than he was about creating the right ambiance.

  • Concerts

    Concert Review: Ghost B.C.

    By Jarret Keene

    Skull-faced, pope-frocked metal crooner Papa Emeritus and his band of nameless ghoul musicians were in supernatural form.

  • Concerts

    Concert Review: Payola Presley

    By Deanna Rilling

    Slamming guitar melded with grinding beats and an industrial edge. Familiar faces from the good ol’ days in the scene abounded, as did nightlifers.

  • Concerts

    Concert Review: The Pink Floyd Experience

    By Sean DeFrank

    It’s been up to tribute acts such to keep the British rockers’ music alive for audiences. PFX has been one of the best at this for 10 years, but their stop here on the Greatest Hits and Rarities Tour Part II revealed a few flaws.

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    Concert Review: Elvis Costello and the Roots

    By Sean DeFrank

    To celebrate the opening of Las Vegas' newest concert venue, these genre-mixing masters took the stage in the wake of last year's collaborative effort, Wise Up Ghost.

  • Concerts

    Concert Review: 2 Chainz

    By Brjden Crewe

    You’d be hard-pressed to find another rapper as hot as 2 Chainz. Over the past two years, the Atlanta-based MC has made a slew of guest appearances on songs by some of the industry’s biggest artists.

  • Concerts

    Concert Review: Capital Cities

    By Brjden Crewe

    L.A. indie pop band Capital Cities brought an assortment of extended dance breaks in the form of this year’s coolest radio hits.

  • Concerts

    Concert Review: Pink

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Fantastic in its infancy and equally compelling in its maturity, the concert was nearly two hours of what a pop performance should be.

  • Music

    Concert Review: Pulley

    By Deanna Rilling

    The California punk outfit celebrates 20 years of rocking out this year, and sounded just as good as when we’d all swap their albums in high school.