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  1. One Enchanted Evening with Micky Dolenz of the Monkees: Concert Review

    9:45 am 7/8/2015

    Hearing classic hits, show tunes and loads of funny anecdotes is enough to make anyone a "Daydream Believer."Read more

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  2. Grateful Dead, Trey Anastasio Let It Grow at Fare Thee Well Chicago Kick-Off: Concert Review

    10:52 pm 7/3/2015

    The mood was rowdy and energetic but peaceful and relatively calm as the masses rushed in to both celebrate one more time and bid farewell. Read more

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  3. St. Vincent, Beastie Boys' Ad-Rock Join High Schoolers in David Byrne-Curated Tribute to Color Guard: Concert Review

    1:40 pm 6/29/2015

    Brooklyn's Barclays Center played host to a one-of-a-kind experience conceived by a genre-defying artist.Read more

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  4. Richard Thompson Pulls Double Duty at Town Hall by Opening for Himself: Concert Review

    9:30 am 6/29/2015

    For once, tight-fisted visa officials give concert-goers a gift as fans get to see the acoustic and electric sides of the revered guitarist.Read more

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  5. Bette Midler Raids the Vaults of Pop History in Intimate Arena Show: Concert Review

    12:43 pm 6/26/2015

    Bette Midler sampled her decades-spanning songbook before an adoring New York crowd in her first tour in more than ten years.Read more

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  6. Spoon Brings 'Soul' to Brooklyn: Concert Review

    1:23 pm 6/17/2015

    The less-famous-than-they-should-be Austin group's latest album takes center stage at the recently reopened Kings Theater.Read more

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  7. A Decade After Arcade Fire's Troubadour Debut, Will Butler Returns as a Solo Artist: Concert Review

    6:02 pm 5/28/2015

    An engaging performance, if not entirely memorable, marks a solid start for the multi-instrumentalist.Read more

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  8. U2 Delivers Life-Affirming Show Following Tour Manager's Unexpected Death: Concert Review

    12:09 pm 5/28/2015

    Utilizing the most clever and advanced production design of any rock tour in the 21st century, the band builds a successfully cohesive theatrical narrative around the themes of their maligned “Songs of Innocence” album.Read more

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  9. The Who Doles Out Hits and Disses at Brooklyn Tour Stop: Concert Review

    8:00 am 5/28/2015

    Fifty years after their debut album, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend prove they've still got the goods, even if they're a little crankier for the wear.Read more

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  10. Rolling Stones Sucking in Their Seventies? Hardly: Concert Review

    2:01 pm 5/25/2015

    The road warriors transcend jokes about the band's advanced years by kicking off a 15-city stadium tour with a ferociously well performed set of mostly '70s favorites.Read more

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