Liz Ramanand has been a concert junkie and metal head since the ripe age of 9 years old. Now that passion has turned into an obsession. While working for AOL's heavy metal unit Noisecreep.com as well as Roadrunner Records, she graduated with her Bachelor's degree in Journalism and English from Brooklyn College. She makes it her priority to attend at least four concerts a week any less would make her a very unhappy metal head.
Afropunk 2015 Invades Brooklyn With Grace Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill & More [EXCLUS…
The 2015 Afropunk Festival was in full swing at Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn, N.Y. over the weekend. The two-day extravaganza was filled with three stages of music that covered a variety of genres as well as food, freebies and a whole lot of fun.
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Kelis gave her hometown fans a show to remember at Webster Hall in New York City Friday night (June 13). The singer graced the stage for a stop on her tour in support of her new album, ‘Food.’
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LL Cool J, Public Enemy + More Prove They Are ‘Kings of the Mic’ at New York Show
New York City fans were treated like royalty as the Kings of the Mic tour tested the walls of Roseland Ballroom last night (June 20) with performances from LL Cool J, Public Enemy, Ice Cube and De La Soul.
George Clinton Leaves Colorful Hair Home, Jams With Parliament Funkadelic at B.B. King Blu…
What better way to commemorate the day before Lent than with some sinful funk? George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic sure know how to bring the house down as they played one heck of a groovy show last night (Feb. 12) at B.B. King Blues Club.