On the record, Combs uses his heartrending voice and contemplative lyricism to lead the listener into a pensive, mysterious state-of-mind.
Lydia Loveless headlines at MilkBoy Philly, Gladys Knight and the O'Jays remind us what legendary looks like, and Beirut's storming the Tower Theater stage.
A consistently fun album that bends genres all over the place, Love Saves the Day is solid work, worth enjoying with a cold beverage.
The multi-talented David Duchovny heads to the 'burbs, Gary Clark Jr. makes his debut on The Fillmore stage, and TJ Kong and crew's killer Halloween party is back.
BØRNS' gig moves from First Unitarian Church to Union Transfer, a second Steve Gunn performance gets added, and the fly twins known as AAries hit JBs.
Heavyweight piano man Johnny Iguana, drummer Michael Caskey and singer-dancer Yana create a kicked-up mix of blues, jazz and soul
Hall and Oates at the brand-new Fillmore is but one of five sold-out concerts, Joan Armatrading's on her last tour ever, and the Philadelphia Orchestra's back in season.
Lianne La Havas; A$AP Rocky; Stevie Wonder; Brandi Carlile; Mark de Clive Lowe; and more.
Three of them are already sold out. Chris Kasper's among friends at World Cafe Live, plus the latest Red Bull Sound Select set hits Underground Arts.
Julie Dexter helms "Sittin' In" at the Kimmel Center, Work Drugs hold court at Boot and Saddle, and Bobby Caldwell's got love songs galore in New Hope.