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Other Upcoming Shows
Wyclef Jean: The Carnival Tour
George Lopez: The Wall World Tour
“Weird Al” Yankovic
Demetri Martin: Let’s Get Awkward Tour
Five For Fighting with String Quartet
Colin Quinn: One In Every Crowd
Chefs – A Sizzling Kitchen Showdown
The Musical Box: “50th Anniversary Celebration of Genesis”
Sebastian Maniscalco: Stay Hungry Tour
An Evening with Ray Allen
This Is Us Star Chrissy Metz
Neo Soul presents Song Dongye
Stuff You Should Know
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Live : Starring Rachel Bloom
Piff The Magic Dragon
Tiffany Haddish: #SheReady
David Foster: HITMAN Tour
Roy Wood Jr.
Festival of Praise
The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts
Dweezil Zappa: Choice Cuts!
Anthony Jeselnik: Funny Games
The Bodega Boys Live Ft. Desus Nice & The Kid Mero
Dark Star Orchestra
The Fab Faux
Bonnie Prince Billy
Back To The Eighties Show with Jessie’s Girl
The Second City: Made in America
Blood, Sweat & Tears – 2018
“And so as these years roll on/I always come back to where I belong,” sings Sully Erna on the title track to his new solo album and BMG debut, Hometown Life, the follow-up to 2010’s Avalon. A personal, confessional, raw work which takes yet another stylistic left-hand turn from the music he has created as front man for the multi-platinum rock band Godsmack, Hometown Life offers a wide-ranging glimpse of Erna’s eclectic musical tastes–from the singer-songwriter Billy Joel/Bruce Springsteen narratives of the title track and the bossa nova touch of “Take All of Me,” to the breezy island feel of “Your Own Drum,” the finger-snapping Motown bass lines of the bluesy “Turn It Up,” the country flavors of “Different Kind of Tears” and the wide-screen canvas of mini-symphonies “Blue Skies” and “Forever My Infinity.” All of them tied together with Sully’s unflinching view of the emotional roller-coaster of his life, drawing us into an intimate space that he only hopes people will embrace as they have another of the album’s unlikely influences–Adele.
“Who hasn’t been inspired by Adele?” marvels Sully, whose musical touchstones range from James Bay, new country favorites like Chris Stapleton and Brantley Gilbert to soul legends Ray Charles, Etta James and Amy Winehouse.