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Published: Sun, 24 Sep 2017 07:01:00 GMT


The War on Drugs shine at Connor Barwin's benefit concert at the Dell
The Philadelphia band brought its tour for "A Deeper Understanding" to the Dell Music Center in a benefit show for ex-Eagle Connor Barwin's Make the World Better Foundation.

Randy Newman 7 p.m. Sunday at the Keswick Theatre, 291 N. Keswick Ave., Glenside. Tickets: $49.50-$79.50. Information: 215-572-7650 or

Google this 36-second BBC clip of the Oasis frontman explaining the music business' demise: Four people used to be responsible for his tea; now because of pirated music, he has to do it himself. "And they wonder why there's no real rock-and-roll stars around!" Nov. 28 at Union Transfer.

Randy Newman: Why this 73-year-old thinks he's put out his best song yet
The piano player and songwriting great comes to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside on a solo tour on Sunday night.

Where you can see a rare Prince concert film on TV
"Sign O' the Times" on Showtime, plus a bass virtuoso, a storied rock-and-roll band, a Philly songwriter comes home.

This lawyer had a simple mission: 'Create a music festival that highlights Philadelphia music, food and beer'
Philadelphia lawyer Greg Seltzer's inaugural fest showcase 22 bands both upstairs and down at the World Cafe Live for two nights.

Poor Connor Barwin! The former Eagle is missing The War On Drugs at his own benefit concert
The former Philadelphia Eagle's annual Make the World Better benefit to rebuild Philly parks and rec centers happens on Thursday night at the Dell Music Center in Strawberry Mansion.

Arcade Fire tops 'Infinite Content' expectations at Wells Fargo Center
The Canadian band delivered a terrific live show in support of its not-so-fabulous album "Everything Now."

This time, Father John Misty let his music do the talking at the Mann Center
The provocative singer-songwriter returned to the Philly area for the first time since his infamous onstage blowup in Camden in 2016.

Not to be confused with the Great 78 project expounded upon on this page, the 78 Project is an ongoing endeavor - and a documentary film - in which contemporary artists such as Philadelphia's Joe Jack Talcum or Patterson Hood cut vintage songs on a 1930s direct-to-acetate recorder. Information: