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Coronavirus spoiling your concert plans? Watch these music movies at home.

Hunker down on the sofa and relive those halcyon, pre-pandemic days when standing elbow-to-elbow with masses of fans in muddy fields didn’t mean taking your life into your hands.

Album Reviews: Soccer Mommy, Bad Bunny, Aubrie Sellers

What you should, and should not, be listening to.

Bryan Dilworth, longtime Philadelphia concert promoter, has died at 51

It would be hard — nearly impossible, in fact — to list all the Philadelphia venues that Bryan Dilworth booked over the course of his career, from the Theater of Living Arts to the Mann Music Center and the Electric Factory, from Underground Arts and the Trocadero to the Wells Fargo Center.

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Lil Uzi Vert, out of this world on ‘Eternal Atake’

The Philly rapper's album was long delayed, and as recently as last week, when he posted a short film showing a UFO lifting him off the planet, skeptical fans doubted it would materialize. But suddenly, that mothership has landed.

XPoNential Music Festival lineup announced: Norah Jones, Nathaniel Rateliff, Mavis Staples are headliners

The festival draws the largest crowds at night to Camden's BB&T Pavilion, but the great majority of bands play during the day and into the early evening next door in the open air at Wiggins Park. The action starts Friday, July 31 and rolls on through Sunday, Aug. 2.

Philadelphia loses a native-son jazz giant: Groundbreaking pianist McCoy Tyner dies at 81

Tyner was one of jazz piano’s great stylistic innovators, known not only for the rumbling physicality of his sound — and the bass notes that emanated from his powerful left hand — but also for the stylistic grace and harmonic invention in his playing.

Saving Sigma Sound: Fans and preservationists hope the Sound of Philly studio can become a music museum

Sigma Sound Studios was the home of Philadelphia International Records and the Sound of Philadelphia. There, producers and songwriters Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, and Thom Bell — “The Mighty Three” — oversaw the careers of the O’Jays, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, the Stylistics, and more.

Album Reviews: Caroline Rose, U.S. Girls, Sonny Landreth

What you should, and should not, be listening to.

Mann Center and Live Nation enter long-term deal for concerts and festivals at Fairmount Park venue

The city-owned performing arts center, summer home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, is going into business with the biggest concert promotion company in the world. The venue will host the Roots Picnic and Hoagie Nation festivals this year.