After a two-year break, the Black Crowes are once again soaring. In March, the band broke its hiatus with the Lay Down With Number 13 tour, which included sold-out dates in the U.K., a few festival gigs and a spot opening for a couple of Bruce Springsteen's stadium concerts.
Paul McCartney's performance of 'Hey Jude' at last summer's Olympics caused some people on social-networking sites to wonder if it was time for him to finally retire that chestnut. But his sold-out concert at Milwaukee's Miller Park on July 16 proved why he shouldn't: Nothing can unite a massive crowd like that famous coda.
Those hoping to hear Sting perform songs from his upcoming album 'The Last Ship' onstage will have to be pretty lucky. The singer has announced that the only concerts he'll perform in support of the album will be a series of 10 dates at New York City's tiny Public Theater, which will double as a benefit for the venue.
Jeff Finlin has a new cd and a new book out. You canget those at his website Jeffinlin.com. According to Dave Hoekstra-Chicogo Sun Times: "" Finlin writes with the minimalist grit of Sam Shepard and Raymond Carver. Tune in
Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung brought his solo show titled 'The Music of Styx' to Nashville's historic War Memorial Auditorium on Friday night (June 28). The show is billed as a Styx greatest hits show, and that's exactly what DeYoung delivered, turning back the clock for two hours of pure Stygian magic.
Eclectic musician, artist and poet Jalan Crossland presented new material, old time favorites and historic banter from the stage Friday at Nic Fest. The Nic Fest will continue Saturday with art, food, and music beginning at 10am
Part of being a pretty good player in a hard rock band is making a name for your band by maintaining a certain life style. A lot of artists today know that the persona of a hard driving, hard drugging, hard drinking musician is to hard on the body, the mind and the soul so they only allow the fans to think they are hard rockin' hard living
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