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Published: Thu, 25 May 2017 22:47:18 GMT


For Questlove and Black Thought of The Roots, a partnership that endures
Questlove and Black Thought discuss their 10th Picnic and their 30-year partnership.

One last go-round with 'Buena Vista Social Club: Adios'
Nearly 20 years after a documentary made them world famous, an older, smaller Buena Vista Social Club hits the road - including a trip to Longwood Gardens.

Nightlands' Philly rock, inspired by the Cali wild
Fishtown resident Dave Hartley, who occasionally performs as Nightlands, was going to open his tour at Johnny Brenda's. Now he'll end it there.

Attack targeted communal gatherings where music is the social glue
The carnage at the Manchester Arena - one of the busiest concert venues in the world, roughly the size of the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia - is chilling.

Tin Pan Alley Bob Dylan doesn't sing his own songs much anymore, but other people do. Soul-rock singer Osborne gets in on the 76th birthday celebration with two "Sings the Songs of Bob Dylan" shows. Sunday at Sellersville Theatre.

How Schoolly D invented gangsta rap
The influential West Philly rapper born Jesse Weaver plays at Hall & Oates' 'Hoagie Nation' festival on Memorial Day weekend at the Festival Pier.

Dan DeLuca's Mix Picks: Japanese Breakfast, Whitney, and Bob Dylan's Birthday Bash
Two Philly bands with new music, and a free 40-songwriter celebration of Dylan's 76th.

Dr. John brings New Orleans gris-gris to David Bromberg's Big Noise festival
The Crescent City pianist's inimitable style will be on display at his old friend's festival in Wilmington on Saturday.

'Jews who rock': The Gershman Y celebrates Leonard Cohen
The multimedia evening includes a film screening, poetry performances, and three local bands.