The boys of Baltimore are back on the road and have some new songs to take with them. Fresh off the release of their seventh studio album, Last Young Renegade, All Time Low held nothing back during their performance at Central Parks’ SummerStage. While the new tracks were priority, ATL is consciously aware that a large… Read more »
The Pope wasn’t the only one to bring a crowd to Central Park this week… Walk The Moon sold out the Summerstage on Thursday night and gave their face paint-covered fans one hell of a show. The success of their single “Shut Up and Dance” has propelled the band to a new level of stardom… Read more »
Today, Gavin DeGraw announced his first ever “Best Of” album – due out this October. Last night, New York City fans got a little taste as Gavin belted through his impressive catalog at a sold out show at the Central Park Summerstage. The equally impressive Matt Nathanson also took the crowd through his greatest hits,… Read more »
After a successful album launch, Neon Trees took their latest studio full-length, Pop Psychology, on the road. The band made a stop at the Central Park Summerstage in NYC on Monday night and frontman Tyler Glenn showed off his killer dance moves while belting through tons of new songs. Upcoming rockers Smallpools opened up for Neon… Read more »
A little rain didn’t stop 5,000 fans from filling the gated area around Central Park’s Summerstage to catch Jimmy Eat World on Wednesday night. It was the biggest headlining show the band has ever played in the U.S.! The 25 song setlist contained new songs off their June release Damage, as well as a collection of… Read more »
Just days after she celebrated her 21st birthday AND released her fourth studio album, Stars Dance, Selena Gomez took the stage at Central Park for the Good Morning America Summer Concert Series. The singer performed four tracks for the giant crowd: Come & Get It, Birthday, Slow Down and Love You Like A Love Song. Selena will head… Read more »
Train brought their California 37 Summer Tour to the Summerstage in Central Park last night and wowed fans for over an hour, kicking off the performance with their latest single, “Drive By.” Opening up for the band was Mat Kearney and Andy Grammer. Check out some photos from the show!