Music

In between starring roles in high-profile stage play “Josephine” and a touring musical adaptation of “The Bodyguard,” Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling recording artist and actor Deborah Cox is set to headline this year’s Philly Pride.

Award-winning, and internationally renowned, out singer-songwriter SONiA is back on the road this month to promote her new double CD, “Live at the Maximal,” with a CD release concert May 20 at Phoenixville’s Steel City Coffeehouse.

Hit singer-songwriter Jewel is going full-circle on the tour for her most recent album, “Picking up the Pieces,” which was conceived as a bookend to her wildly successful 1995 debut album “Pieces of You.” For the latest album, Jewel returned to her folk and country roots.

Matmos is taking its new music for a spin, literally.

The electronic music and conceptual art duo, which consists of gay couple M.C. (Martin) Schmidt and Drew Daniel, recently released “Ultimate Care II,” which was made using and manipulating the sounds generated by the Whirlpool washing machine in the basement of their home.

It’s no secret that David Bowie loved Philadelphia.

He saw some of his earliest live-performance successes as the androgynous, gender-bending, bisexual, glam-rock hero Ziggy Stardust at Upper Darby’s Tower Theater in 1972 and ‘73; he made himself a fixture at other local clubs such as Artemis. A year later, as a Diamond Dog, he would return to Upper Darby shorn (mostly) of the glitter for the rough-edged concert recording of “David Live.” Several months after his time in Darby, he would return again, only this time for sessions at North 12th Street’s Sigma Sound Studio for the plastic soul of “Young Americans.”

Find us on Facebook
Follow Us
Find Us on YouTube
Find Us on Instagram
Sign Up for Our Newsletter