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Former Yankees outfielder Bernie Williams makes an all-star appearance on a different stage Thursday, as the Westchester resident and Latin Grammy-nominated guitarist will be joined by his All-Star Band to play his signature sound of Latin jazz rhythms at Westchester's Ridge Hill in Yonkers. (For an interview with Williams about his upcoming show, click here.)
Williams is kicking off Ridge...Read more »
Almost exactly one year after The Capitol Theatre reopened with a blockbuster Bob Dylan concert, the Port Chester concert hall will celebrate that anniversary with a Sept. 2 concert featuring two more rock legends.
Canadian rocker Neil Young and Crazy Horse will headline the show in September, with punk poet Patti Smith and Her Band opening. Tickets for the 8 p.m. concert go on sale at noon...Read more »
Hudson Valley music fans are going to have plenty of opportunities to rock out this summer, with two major concert series that recently kicked off.
Some of the biggest acts in rock and country music will be stopping by the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts this season (200 Hurd Rd., Bethel; 866-781-2922; www.bethelwoodscenter.org). They include Heart (June 29), Dave Matthews Band (July 2),...Read more »
Slated to play The Capitol Theatre tonight, The B-52s will have to turn the local concert hall into their own personal "Love Shack" another time, as singer Cindy Wilson reportedly recovers from illness.
"The B-52s regret to announce that they are unable to perform at [tonight's] show due to principal band member Cindy Wilson having fallen ill," said a statement on The Cap's...Read more »
One of Beyoncé’s biggest hits is the female empowerment anthem “Run the World (Girls),” so it’s fitting that the pop star will headline Saturday’s “Sound of Change” concert in London, which is being held to bring awareness to issues that affect girls and women worldwide.
The all-star concert will be held at Twickenham Stadium in London on June 1, and will also be broadcast globally, although...Read more »
Calling all Carly Rose Sonenclar fans: The teen singing star announced on Twitter Tuesday that she would perform June 29 at Rye Playland. The concert will mark the first time Carly Rose has performed in Westchester since earning second place on “The X Factor” in 2012.
The Mamaroneck resident, who turned 14 last month, will perform at the amusement park as part of Rye Playland’s summer concert...Read more »
For his first major tour in three years, John Mayer will headline an Aug. 20 concert at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (200 Hurd Road, Bethel; 866-781-2922; www.bethelwoodscenter.org).
After recovering from vocal chord surgery, the singer-songwriter will finally tour in support of his studio album "Born and Raised," which topped the charts in six countries — including the United...Read more »
Harriman’s Jermaine Paul, season two winner of “The Voice,” will perform at The Unity Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. event in Spring Valley on Monday.
Paul grew up near the Martin Luther King Multi Purpose Center in Spring Valley, the organization co-sponsoring the celebration. Marc Pessin, a member of the center’s board of directors, said that the music...Read more »
New York City hosted a once-in-a-lifetime concert Wednesday night on a once-in-a-lifetime date: 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief at Madison Square Garden to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band kicked off the show, with Steven Van Zandt backing Springsteen one night before his Rascals reunion concert debuted at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester....Read more »
Aretha Franklin will wait another few months before heading to the Hudson Valley for her show at the Westchester County Center in White Plains.
In an email sent moments ago to Newsday Westchester, a publicist cited "storm-related conditions" and "many troubling issues still facing the community at large" as reasons for postponing the show, which was originally slated for...Read more »