Icelandic chamber folksters Of Monsters and Men dropped by The Anthem recently, and Paivi Salonon got all the pix.
Indie rocker Andrew Bird released My Finest Work Yet, his 12th solo studio album, in March via Loma Vista. He arrives to perform his new music at The Anthem on Saturday, Sept. 14.
Austin-based Americana singer Shakey Graves and Philadelphia psychedelic outfit Dr. Dog have teamed for a joint tour, which arrives at The Anthem on Friday, Sept. 13.
F. Scott Fitzgerald is frequently taken out of context by people who quote him as having written that “there are no second acts in American lives.” He actually wrote, “I once thought that there were no second acts in American lives, but there was certainly to be a second act to New York’s boom days.” Like America’s greatest city, there is a second act to Jenny Lewis’s boom days. The former child and teen actress, now in her early 40s, has become an amazingly gifted songwriter and a spectacular live performer. Her dynamism was on full display at The Anthem Thursday night.
“Breaking All the Rules,” “Show Me the Way,” “Baby, I Love Your Way,” “Do You Feel Like We Do” — classic rock hits. And one man is responsible for them — Frampton. Peter Frampton.
The guitar legend is traveling on his final tour with a stop at The Anthem on Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Japanese kawaii metal band Babymetal storm The Anthem on Sunday, Sept. 8! The duo of Su-metal and Moametal perform songs from their upcoming record, Metal Galaxy, as well as their previous two albums!
Trip hop duo Phantogram last released a studio album, Three, in 2016. But Josh Carter (vocals, guitar) and Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards) have been steadily dropping singles via Republic Records recently, and they drop by The Anthem on Friday, Sept. 6, during a stop on a 25-date touring trek.