Between epic drum battles and killer saxophone solos, both bands created an inviting space for their fans to let loose, get down to some mellow grooves and see GHOST-NOTE and LETTUCE bring the PHUNK to the Philly Fillmore!
NEEDTOBREATHE’s Bear Rinehart on his new solo project, ‘Wilder Woods’, his debut solo album, and his current headlining tour. Independent Philly recently had the pleasure of chatting with Bear Rinehart, an exceptionally talented singer-songwriter who has just released his new solo project, Wilder Woods. Better known to some as the frontman of the Grammy-nominated (and […]Read More
Monday nights aren’t typically known for hyped-up crowds at GA, standing room, venues. Last night at the Foundry (at the Fillmore) in Philadelphia, Tuxedo put Mondays on notice: you can’t Fux With The Tux! The evening kicked off with a 90 minute DJ set from Joshua Lang, who got all of the fans in attendance properly warmed […]Read More
Slightly Stoopid is one of the those bands that feels like they’ve been around forever. In actuality, they have been a band longer than some of you reading this have been alive. Every time Slightly Stoopid rolls into town, it’s sure to be one hell of a good time. To get extra hyped up for their […]Read More
Saturday, March 26th marked another successful performance for Philly hometown heroes ‘G. Love & Special Sauce’. Playing to a packed house at the Fillmore, this Blues-Rock outfit got the crowd moving with new material off of their October 2015 release ‘Love Saves the Day’, the latest album in a career that spans more than two decades. […]Read More