Tag: Trocadero Theatre
Oct. 26, 2016
Cam talks upcoming tour, overnight fame
After her debut single “Burning House” blew up in the country music world, singer-songwriter Cam has not slowed down. Upon completion of multiple tours with acts such as Dan and Shay and Dierks Bentley, Cam is heading out on her first US headlining tour. The Burning House tour comes through Philly to play the Trocadero Theatre Oct. 29. We had the opportunity to speak with Cam in advance of the show about her career, success and upcoming tour.
May. 8, 2015
Brit James Bay delights Troc fans
Let’s go back to November 2014, when James Bay, a new breakout artist most well known for his song “Let It Go,” was the opening act for Hozier at the Trocadero Theatre. Without a released album, Bay performed to a crowd, who were unfamiliar with him and his music and at the concert to see new phenomenon Hozier.
Apr. 4, 2014
Rob Delaney performs at the Troc
Comedian Rob Delaney performed at a sold-out Trocadero Theatre March 28. Hundreds flocked to the storied venue to see one of the funniest people on Twitter live in the flesh. For over an hour, Delaney delivered a raunchy stand-up routine that delighted the crowd and had attendees smiling on their way out the door.
Mar. 14, 2014
Rob Delaney talks new book, comedy tour and life
Comedian Rob Delaney generously took the time to talk to The Triangle on the phone March 6. Delaney made a name for himself on Twitter with his descriptive and often vulgar humor. To some, his name is synonymous with the website. In fact, Delaney may not even have had the comedy career he has today if it wasn’t for Twitter. He was crowned the “Funniest person on Twitter” by Comedy Central in 2012 and recently crested the 1 million followers mark. Don’t let all that background information fool you; Rob is not a one trick pony. In fact, he is now a best-selling author, lends his name to a board game, writes screenplays and starred in a television pilot. I caught up with Rob to see how he manages to do it all.
Feb. 24, 2012
Less than Jake doesn’t disappoint
Less Than Jake … more like Less Than Nothing. The band visited Philadelphia Feb.17 at the Trocadero Theatre and delivered a concert unlike any I have seen. The “eff it, we’re musicians” attitude of the band, the enthusiasm of the music and, most of all, the genuine passion of the crowd were unparalleled.