"Good to see you all. Good to see anybody," quipped guitarist Keith Richards from the stage of the Rolling Stones' first 50th anniversary arena show -- but the pleasure was the audience's during a 150-minute set that included a number of the band's greatest hits, as well as appearances from former Stones, famous friends and the London Youth Choir.
After touring Europe together last year, Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler joined forces and hit the road for a string of dates in the states this fall. On Nov. 22, the two legends played their final show of the tour at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Thousands of fans f
Saturday night at the Parkway Hotel and Convention Center the Wyoming Blues & Jazz Society had a wonderful Blues Holiday get together. The Society hosted Rick Estrin & the Nightcats. Estrin fronted his old band Little Charlie & the NIghtcats for more than 30 years and brought his new line up to Casper. Estrin's h
Fans can expect a Rolling Stones reunion in London, as Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor have been confirmed as special guests for both the Nov. 25 and Nov. 29 shows at the O2 Arena. The dates are the first on the bands 50 and Counting tour, which includes shows in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Newark, N.J. before year's end.
It's not even December, but already Eric Clapton is looking ahead to 2013. Today (Nov. 19) the legendary guitarist announced a U.S. tour comprising mostly of dates in the South and Southwest. A full list of 2013 tour dates is listed below.
Many of the same artists who participated in the star-studded Hurricane Sandy relief telethon that aired on NBC a few weeks ago, plus more, are coming together in New York City on Wednesday, December 12, for a huge benefit concert.
Van Halen fans around the world wound up being disappointed when the group cut their tour in support of their recent album 'A Different Kind of Truth' short after guitarist Eddie Van Halen underwent emergency surgery. But things appear to be looking up, as the band have booked three new dates for the summer of 2013 to replace the shows they had to cancel in Japan.
Def Leppard has become the latest rock band to take up residency in one of Las Vegas's most famous casinos. The group announced today they'd begin a nine-show, three-week run in Sin City that includes their greatest hits, plus their 1987 album 'Hysteria' in its entirety.
The wind and rain that arrived with Hurricane Sandy earlier this week are now nothing more than a memory, but the hard work of rebuilding has just begun -- and an impressive array of rock stars are banding together to help.
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