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Women's History Month: 'I Am Woman' [Live Mix]

Kitty Cash | Posted 04.06.2014 | Women
Kitty Cash

To me, celebrating Women's History Month was more about celebrating the woman that I am becoming and paying homage to the women of influence. In order to do that I had to dig into what embodied the woman I have aspired to be and the reasoning behind that.

Basia Bulat, Tall Tall Shadow and a Sacred Live Show

Stephanie Keller | Posted 03.20.2014 | Entertainment
Stephanie Keller

I began listening to the entirety of her new album, Tall Tall Shadow on repeat (where she plays four instruments including the charango and autoharp) and jumped at the chance to see her live.

The World's Sexiest "Rocklesque" Show is Back on Stage

Wes Hurley | Posted 03.10.2014 | Entertainment
Wes Hurley

Though her name may be different, one will still find the same quality in her shows -- sublime yet raw in the best rock 'n' roll kind of way.

WATCH: Indie Rock Band Cheatahs Brings The Noise With 'The Swan'

HuffPost Live | Lauren Betesh | Posted 03.03.2014 | HuffPost Live 321

Indie rock group Cheatahs graced HuffPost Live's stage, performing "The Swan" and "Kenworth" off their debut album. After the performance, host Theo B...

Live and Dangerous: SXSW 2014 (Part 1)

Jeff Pollack | Posted 04.15.2014 | Arts
Jeff Pollack

Attendees will be hard-pressed at this year's festival to find a band with more energy and spark than NONONO. The Swedish folk/electro-pop group emerged late last year with the wildly infectious single "Pumpin' Blood" and have been building momentum ever since.

New Orleans City Hall Is Targeting Live Music For Being Too Loud, So These Musicians Showed Them Real Noise

The Huffington Post | Nick Wing | Posted 01.25.2014 | Politics

Live music is a staple of New Orleans, on dimly lit street corners, in world-renowned jazz clubs and pretty much anywhere and everywhere in between. B...

Giving the Gift of Live Music

Maggie Hollander | Posted 02.19.2014 | Entertainment
Maggie Hollander

Don't think one night of fun is as valuable as something physical? You don't have to take my word for it -- check out these stories from a few fabulous females who happen to be incredible music writers.

Ain't I a Man?

Edward M. Weinman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Edward M. Weinman

On a beer-drenched stage, a microphone once electrocuted him, but he kept singing. Bart Cameron, the lead singer of Seattle indie band The Foghorn...

Best Date Night Spots in Chicago

Party Earth | Posted 01.23.2014 | Chicago
Party Earth

Whether you're kindling a new flame or keeping the spark of a long-term relationship alive, date night can be one of the most important nights of the ...

Keep Austin Weird

Louise Roe | Posted 01.23.2014 | Travel
Louise Roe

Stab a pin into the center of Texas on a map, and you'll pretty much hit Austin. It's the live music capital of the world, home to the Texas Longhorns and the coolest (in my opinion) music festival ever, ever, ever -- SXSW -- this, is a city worth visiting.

Songs From My Couch: Griffin House

Radley Balko | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Radley Balko

2013-11-07-balkopull.jpgThere are sardonic artists in Nashville and, alternately, singer/songwriters who treat the stage like a confessional. But House manages to pull off both wry and sincere at once. He then he sets it all to viscid melodies that stick in your ear like a warm hunk of taffy.

Above & Beyond's Stunning Acoustic Show

Alex Jeffries | Posted 12.15.2013 | Entertainment
Alex Jeffries

As Above & Beyond ended the show, the screen flashed with their mantra "Life is made of small moments like these." One can't help but wonder if they're underselling themselves.

Philip Chevron 1957-2013: Red Roses for Him

Anne Margaret Daniel | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
Anne Margaret Daniel

Twenty years ago, Spider Stacy wrote a lyrical, lovely, sort-of-a-love-song, on which he sings lead for The Pogues, called "Tuesday Morning." When I saw the sad news on the morning of October 8 of Philip Chevron's untimely death, I thought of Spider's song.

Visionary Art, You're Painted Into the Picture

Jacob Devaney | Posted 01.23.2014 | Impact
Jacob Devaney

Visionary Artists depict transcendent moments and if you haven't had an epiphany lately, you may want to take some time and explore this genre of art.

On the Delight of David Bromberg in a Small Venue

Anne Margaret Daniel | Posted 10.16.2013 | Arts
Anne Margaret Daniel

The Falcon, in Marlboro, New York, is one of the best venues for live music in a river valley full of them. It hangs onto a cliff above the plunging creek that divides the heart of town. That David Bromberg should be there was breathtaking.

Dating in DC: Where to Go, What to Do

Party Earth | Posted 10.05.2013 | DC
Party Earth

Washington, D.C. is a busy city full of lawyers, politicians, executives, and more. With so many high-demanding jobs, it's not difficult in D.C. for d...

Best Chicago Events: Festivals, Shows, Concerts, and Comedy

Party Earth | Posted 09.28.2013 | Chicago
Party Earth

Visitors to Chicago are likely to know of the more widely publicized events occurring in the city at the time of their visit. However, there are more ...

Eat Your Heart Out Hasselhoff: Hottest Live Music Venues in Germany

Party Earth | Posted 09.28.2013 | Travel
Party Earth

While Americans making their new home abroad may have to forgo some of the often-taken-for-granted luxuries they were once accustomed to, expats resid...

Richard Thompson, Troubadour

Anne Margaret Daniel | Posted 09.11.2013 | Entertainment
Anne Margaret Daniel

If you already know, and love the music of, Richard Thompson, then I'm singing to the choir. If you don't, then prepare for proselytizing.

Summer Solstice Over Steve Miller (and the San Francisco Bay)

Patrick Pfeiffer | Posted 08.24.2013 | San Francisco
Patrick Pfeiffer

The Summer Solstice was greeted Friday night by a duo of rock'n roll staples at San Francisco's newest (semi-permanent) venue, the America's Cup Pavilion (Pier 23).

Summer Concert Guide for the European Backpacker: London

Party Earth | Posted 07.29.2013 | Travel
Party Earth

As a backpacker, you could dedicate an entire week to London alone to explore each of its diverse and distinct cultural hubs. After a day spent in on...

Summer Concert Guide for the European Backpacker: Germany

Party Earth | Posted 07.30.2013 | Travel
Party Earth

After a few weeks of backpacking across Europe, you finally reach Germany. While you have a checklist that consists of a daily beer minimum and iconic...

Fans Rage Over Astronomical Rolling Stones Ticket Prices

The Huffington Post | Mark Hanrahan | Posted 04.04.2013 | Entertainment

"You Can’t Always Get What You Want," according to one famous Rolling Stones track. Fans might want to heed that advice, as a furious backlash has e...

Songs From My Couch: Matthew Perryman Jones

Radley Balko | Posted 06.01.2013 | Entertainment
Radley Balko

When trying to think of a way to describe Matthew Perryman Jones' voice, I keep thinking of the German word gemütlich. It's a state of warmth and comfortableness -- think an amaretto, a fire, and a lazy dog when there's a whiteout outside and ice on the windows.

Can't Miss Concert Venues in Chicago

Party Earth | Posted 05.22.2013 | Chicago
Party Earth

While not traditionally considered a live music mecca like Austin or New Orleans, Chicago's concert scene is a thriving one, with the city having produced some of the biggest names in music these days.