While there's nothing particularly novel about an artist performing an album in its entirety at a show these days, those perfs are generally staged as exercises in nostalgia - celebrating a distant…
In the lyrics to her most recognizable song, "The Sweetest Taboo," Sade Adu beckoned listeners with a reference to "a quiet storm" – a term that's certainly applicable to her entire oeuvre.
Lady Gaga set the bar pretty high for pop concept tours, but Katy Perry's current stage show proves she's certainly up to the challenge.
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Farewell show was one part Irish wake and one part post-modern Last Waltz.
Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst has always been adept at walking fine lines, and he traversed a number of them at this, the biggest Gotham show in the band's 13-year career.
The singer is making her most emphatic push towards stardom – one that connected emphatically at this sold-out show.
Former Zeppelin frontman offers up an invigorating performance at Gotham's Beacon Theatre.
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