Lisa Stansfield released Deeper, her eighth studio album, in April via earmusic, and she made a welcome return to the United States in support of the album to perform at The Birchmere on Monday! Jason Nicholson got some pictures of the soulful English chanteuse.
Public Image Ltd., or PiL, released a career-spanning box set, The Public Image Is Rotten (Songs from the Heart), in July via Virgin Records. And John Lydon and his crew performed some of those greatest songs at the Black Cat on Friday. Jason Nicholson captured the show on film!
There is nothing quite like seeing the eternally youthful Tim Burgess, frontman of The Charlatans UK, bound about a stage, which he did with exuberance in performance with his band at U Street Music Hall on Oct. 2. Jason Nicholson was there to capture the action!
Belly are back! In May, the Boston band released Dove, their first new album in more than 20 years. On Saturday, Belly played those new songs at 9:30 Club.
Industrial pioneer Gary Numan enthralled a packed 9:30 Club for the second time in a year with a concept album themed around a post-apocalyptic future. Jason Nicholson took some photos!
Celebrating 40 years, hardcore punks Fear visited Baltimore Soundstage to rock irreverently in your face. Jason Nicholson got their faces on film.
Los Angeles quartet Papercuts will release Parallel Universe Blues, its sixth album, on Oct. 19. Meanwhile, the band has been opening for Beach House, and they dropped by The Anthem for a show on Saturday, Aug. 25.