Music: 7 Shows to See in Philly This Week

Everything old is new again: Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan and Guns N’ Roses are in town.

The Dustbowl Revival plays World Café Live on Wednesday.

The Dustbowl Revival plays World Café Live on Wednesday.

Paul McCartney @ Citizens Bank Park | Tuesday, July 12
Paul McCartney’s One on One summer tour has been getting raves so far, diving deep into The Beatles’ catalogue alongside songs from Wings and McCartney’s solo albums. Rolling Stone has the set list.

The Band is Bond @ Ardmore Music Hall | Wednesday, July 13
Funk musicians Freekbass, Jennifer Hartswick and members of Parliament Funkadelic and Bootsy’s Rubberband play songs from James Bond movies — all 87,000 of them.

Bob Dylan @ The Mann | Wednesday, July 13
Soul/gospel singer Mavis Staples joins her long-ago boyfriend Bob Dylan in Fairmount Park.

The Dustbowl Revival @ World Café Live | Wednesday, July 13
If you’re craving something upbeat, check out Dustbowl Revival’s happy Americana/bluegrass sound at World Café Live.

Guns N’ Roses @ Lincoln Financial Field | Thursday, July 14
What? I think it will be fun.

Modest Mouse and Brand New @ The Mann | Saturday, July 16
The two rock bands are switching off who opens and who closes the show in each city on their joint tour; in Philly Brand New gets closing honors.

Azealia Banks @ The Foundry at the Fillmore | Sunday, July 17
The Fillmore’s upstairs club-within-a-club seems like a small venue for Azealia Banks’ big personality.

Coming up:

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band @ Citizens Bank Park | Sept. 7 and 9
More seats were released for both Springsteen shows in September. Tickets are here.

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