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New Orleans native Trombone Shorty began his career as a bandleader at the young age of six, toured internationally at age 12, and spent his teens playing with various brass bands throughout New Orleans and touring worldwide with Lenny Kravitz. He is currently the front man for his own ensemble Orleans Avenue, a funk/rock/jazz/hip-hop band. Together, Trombone Shorty and the band have toured across the U.S., Europe, Australia, Russia, Japan and Brazil. His newest album, "Say That to This," was released in 2013 and features funk/jazz elements of New Orleans. In 2012, he received the President's Medal from Tulane University in recognition of his charitable work with the Trombone Shorty Foundation. In collaboration with New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, the Trombone Shorty Foundation donates quality instruments to schools across New Orleans. Donate now ›
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Tokyo Police Club kicked off the first show for Pandora Presents StubHub Next Stage Concert Series. The beautiful indoor-outdoor setting of Los Angeles' Boulevard3 set the stage for a packed house but intimate performance by the versatile indie rock band. Their high-energy, 90-minute set was filled with many favorites like "Bambi" and "Argentina." Songs like one of their original popular tracks "Boots of Danger," featured a grimy electric guitar contrasted with the jingling vocals of the chorus while fans bounced and danced to the dynamic performances until the very end. Donate now ›
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Heartbreak. Soul. Pure energy. Lykke Li gave a spellbinding performance as the first of the benefit dates for StubHub's Next Stage Concert Series. The Swedish singer's fans lined up as early as 6 a.m. for a front row spot in Hollywood's intimate Roxy Theatre. As MTV put it, the singer brought an undeniable sense of heartbreak to this legendary venue juxtaposed to an upbeat and soulful set full of 15 songs spanning her recording catalogue. The sold-out crowd echoed the energy of the songstress as they sang along to old and new favorites throughout the set and were treated to a two-song encore before the critically acclaimed night came to an end. Donate now ›
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Rock band Delta Spirit brought the full spirit and sound of rock and roll to Boston for the second show for Pandora Presents StubHub Next Stage Concert Series. In the heart of Cambridge, the underground setting of the popular Middle East music club was a perfect fit for a 75-minute set that was filled with intensity and had the audience jumping and screaming. Featuring favorites like "People Come On" and "Parade," the rock-driven and raucous performance filled the room with sonic energy that will now, fittingly, forever be a part of the history of this iconic rock venue.Donate now ›
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In a city known for its country roots, the second benefit date of StubHub's Next Stage Concert Series brought the opportunity to discover an emerging act on the rise when synth-pop quintet Grouplove took the stage at the storied Exit/In. Before they played in front of thousands of fans at Bonnaroo the next day, Grouplove delivered a high-energy, two-hour set in another distinctly intimate setting. Fans pumped their fists and bounced to radio hits "Tongue Tied" and "Ways to Go." Their undeniable stamina, upbeat songs and commanding stage presence made it clear that Grouplove are worthy of the big stages that they will soon dominate. Donate now ›
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Country duo Love and Theft had the entire audience swaying when they brought the StubHub Next Stage Concert Series, a Pandora Presents show, to The Mercy Lounge on Nashville's legendary Cannery Row. Opening with their first top 10 single, "Runaway," they wielded acoustic guitars, sang sparkling harmonies that they've become known for and rounded out songs with dynamic electric guitar, demonstrating a more contemporary country sound. The ACM, CMA and CMT-nominated duo played many favorites including their newest single, "Night That You'll Never Forget." With their next album due out this fall, Love and Theft are certainly a group to watch. Donate now ›
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Sharon Van Etten brought a stripped down set to San Francisco for the fourth show in the Pandora Presents StubHub Next Stage Concert Series. Her sultry voice and three-piece arrangement created a mellow and intimate environment that gave fans the opportunity to connect with her music on a whole new level. The beautiful arches of The Chapel, a historic 1914 building originally built as a mortuary and beautifully renovated to service as a hub for live music in the San Francisco Mission district, made for a suitably stunning setting for the performance. All in all, the Brooklyn-based indie singer-songwriter's new spin on songs from her latest album really made for a one-of-a-kind, exclusive performance for her fans. Donate now ›
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