When seniors were shipping off to college four years ago, this cool band called Phoenix was rocking our ears with tracks like “1901” and “Lisztomania.” Now, as we’re about to graduate, the French alt-rock quartet has released its latest disc, “Bankrupt!” The group gave its all during a recent musical guest spot on “Saturday Night Live,” and it delivers in a big way on the new album. “Bankrupt!” kicks off with “Entertainment,” the album’s current alternative radio hit.
They’re back, and they are rocking harder than ever before. Fall Out Boy’s newest release, “Save Rock And Roll,” is finally in stores.
B.B. King, Dave Matthews Band, crown list of local concert series Start saving your money now, folks. Summer’s right around the corner, and along with buying a new swimsuit and booking a hotel for your tropical vacation, you’re probably going to start digging deep into your pockets to secure some sweet summer concert tickets. ‘Tis the season to don your hippest sunglasses and pack into arenas to see your favorite artists up close and personal. If you’re making plans to stay in the South this summer, here’s a taste of who’s coming to a city near you — and how much you’ll have to spend to score a seat.
Seth Meyers brought the Saturday-night funny to a full Koger Center for the Arts audience Thursday. The “Weekend Update” anchor’s show, which was sponsored by Carolina Productions, touched on everything from studying foreign language to the war in Afghanistan. Students began lining up for the free performance more than an hour before Meyers was to start his set.
Pop star released 1st CD in 7 years Tuesday