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April 02, 2015 7:00 PM
The Harlem Globetrotters are an American national institution. Though the team does not play on the NBA, its knack for performance flair and on-court theatrics has always gone over well with crowds that are looking for nothing more than an enjoyable basketball spectacle. The team was founded in Chicago in the mid 1920s and ever since the group of talented hoop shooters has been touring and entertaining audiences around the world.
April 03, 2015
Notoriously dubbed by indie darling Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast as "the best band ever" and "two hot blonde girls just shredding away," No Joy--a duo based out of Montreal and LA--was skyrocketed to blogosphere fame overnight. Creating dense shoegaze with heavily distorted vocals and noisy guitar, the duo certainly isn't as cutesy as it appears. With only a couple of singles under its belt, the duo toured with many prominent bands on the indie scene and collected a widespread fan base by the time it release its debut album Ghost Blonde, in 2010. No Joy dropped its follow-up record Wait to Pleasure, in 2013, to further critical acclaim.
April 10, 2015 8:00 PM
Based in Ontario, Canada The Tragically Hip is an alternative rock band that has been active since 1983. The band signed a long-term deal with MCA in the late 1980s and released its first record, a self-titled EP, in 1987 before dropping its debut album Up to Here, in 1989. With catchy melodies and solid instrumentation, The Tragically Hip saw early critical and commercial acclaim, snagging multiple Juno Awards along the way. After four more studio albums, the band made the switch over to Universal Records and released its sixth studio albumPhantom Power, in 1998. Despite never having expanded into an international audience, The Tragically Hip has become one of the most beloved alternative rock acts in its home country, earning the nickname The Hip by its close-knit fan base.
May 07, 2015 8:00 PM
Australian comedian Jim Jefferies gained notoriety when, while performing at the Manchester Comedy Store, someone from the audience jumped on stage and punched him. Known for his provocative comedy, Jefferies owns his own brand of humor centered on atheism, which is the theme of his HBO special I Swear to God.
May 08, 2015 7:30 PM
May 20, 2015 8:00 PM
Counting Crows is an alternative rock band from Berkeley, California that achieved a rare case of international stardom as a result of its debut record August and Everything After in 1991. The album spawned several hit singles such as "Mr. Jones" and "Round Here," which were showcased by Top 10 radio stations throughout the country. These days, Counting Crows has managed to set into a fairly comfortable groove where recording and performing is concerned, and remains one of the few massively popular alt-rock acts of the 1990s to remain relevant in the 2010s.