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Maroon 5 is spending part of their Grammy Hangover Week at Madison Square Garden Saturday night. Intro brings you the week’s hottest videos and shows every Monday. To catch up on all the Intros and watch classic Long Island music scene videos, check out Newsday Music’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/newsdaymusic.
THE LIST MAROON 5, “One More Night.” At Madison Square Garden Saturday....Read more »
Welcome to Grammy night! We'll be here live-blogging through the entire ceremony, one of the most wide-open nights in recent history. Will fun. have a fun night? Will Frank Ocean have a career-making night? We'll find out.
11:28 p.m. -- The Grammys close on a Strong Island note, bringing on Public Enemy's Chuck D for the hip-hop finale, alongside LL Cool J.
11:20 p.m. -- Mumford and...Read more »
Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley, both up for Grammy Awards Sunday, are hitting the road together for the “Locked and Reloaded Tour,” which includes a stop at Nassau Coliseum April 20. “Making music for our fans is the best job in the world,” Lambert said in a statement. “It’s especially great being able to take that music on the road with someone I respect as an artist and human being. This...Read more »
The secret to indie-folk rockers Mumford and Sons' unlikely success may have come out last night at the sold-out Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Within three years, the British quartet has gone from unknown to 2012's biggest-selling rock band – its chart-topping “Babel” album selling more than 1.5 million copies and landing them six Grammy nominations Sunday night, including album of the year.
The...Read more »
All aboard! Train will pull into Nikon at Jones Beach Theater this summer. The pop band’s “Mermaids of Alcatraz Tour” hits the beach July 23. Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday via livenation.com. The Script and Gavin DeGraw will open the show. In more Train news, the group’s Save Me, San Francisco Wine Company will begin offering its newest varietal, Soul Sister Pinot Noir in March at select retailers...Read more »
Fall Out Boy is filled with surprises!
The band has returned from hiatus, recorded a new album “Save Rock and Roll,” and released a new single Monday morning “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up).” On top of that, they're playing a "secret" show at The Studio at Webster Hall Tuesday night and tickets go on sale through TicketWeb at 10 a.m. So, you know, hurry.
If...Read more »
Fun. capped off an incredible year with a sold-out hometown show at Radio City Music Hall Saturday night that showed how far the New York trio has come.
It was last year's Super Bowl that launched the band's hit “We Are Young” into the iTunes stratosphere after it was used in a Chevy commercial during the game. And now Fun. goes into Grammy night next Sunday with six nominations, including...Read more »
Rufus Wainwright takes a short trip from his new Montauk home for a special intimate show at Boulton Center Saturday. Intro brings you the week’s hottest videos and shows every Monday. To catch up on all the Intros and watch classic Long Island music scene videos, check out Newsday Music’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/newsdaymusic.
THE LIST RUFUS WAINWRIGHT, “Montauk.” At Boulton...Read more »
Music is integral to the Super Bowl experience, especially this year when Beyonce's halftime show will likely draw bigger ratings than the game itself. We'll be liveblogging from the pre-game festivities through all the game's commercials.
10:21 p.m. More thoughts on Beyonce's halftime show.
9:35 p.m. Awww, the Budweiser commercial featuring Stevie Nicks' "Landslide" is sweet.
9:24...Read more »
Barry Manilow, after canceling a week of performances including his opening night due to illness, finally launched his first Broadway show since 1989 Tuesday night.
“What a week!” Manilow said of his bout with bronchitis and the flu, after “Give My Regards to Broadway.” “I have hacked up enough phlegm to float Fire Island.”
He hasn't fully recovered from the strain – as well as the “Jewish...Read more »