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Billie Eilish review: Singer makes fans ‘happier than ever’ in Chicago

Anyone still wondering if Billie Eilish can be considered the future of rock ‘n’ roll (in Dave Grohl’s fighting words) got the answer after watching her positively own the United Center on Monday night. Now, a few weeks later on her “Happier Than Ever” world tour, Eilish has almost inked …

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Los Angeles singer-songwriter Teddy Grossman releases his debut album

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Teddy Grossman released his highly anticipated debut album, Soon Come, which was to last a lifetime. Although he was always a music lover and creator, pursuing a career in music was put on the back burner. After a decade of his own music playing second fiddle to …

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It’s “harder to keep a band together” than a marriage

According to Heart rocker Ann Wilson, a band is harder to maintain than a marriage. The singer compared the two during a recent appearance on the Mistress Carrie’s Podcast. Wilson, who has been married to Dean Wetter since 2015, was asked if it was harder to keep a marriage or …

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SXSW 2022 – Music Spotlight SXSW: The Dream Syndicate: Longtime Alternative Rockers Solve Problems – Music

Photo by Chris Sikich The Dream Syndicate planted many alternative rock seeds with their classic 1982 debut Wine and Rose Days, part of a catalog of seven albums as solid as any rock. Yet the band, which broke up in 1989 and reunited in 2012, never played SXSW – even …

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Bob Dylan announces new book, “The Philosophy of Modern Song”

Bob Dylan announced a new book, The Philosophy of Modern Songwhich will be released on November 8. The book, which Dylan began working on in 2010, contains more than 60 essays that examine songs by songwriters like Stephen Foster, Elvis Costello, Hank Williams and Nina Simone. According to a press …

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Singer-songwriter Bryan Bielanski kicks off US tour in 2022 with a stop at Trident Booksellers and Cafe in Boulder

North Carolina singer/songwriter Bryan Bielanski is gearing up to bring his unique style of music to Colorado with a 6 p.m. performance on Saturday, April 16 at Trident Booksellers and Café, 940 Pearl St. in Boulder. Bielanski describes his music as “imagining if Nirvana and the Beatles had a child …

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TODAY IN HISTORY: Monday, March 7, 2022 | News

TODAY IN HISTORY Today is Monday, March 7, the 66th day of 2022. There are 299 days left in the year. TODAY’S TIME IN HISTORY On March 7, 1965, a march of civil rights protesters was violently dispersed at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama by state troopers and …

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Richmond’s Lucy Dacus headlines sold-out shows at Jefferson Theater – Reuters

Indie rock and folk singer-songwriter and producer Lucy Dacus performed Friday at the Jefferson Theater. The sold-out show drew people from across the state on the 13th show of her 2022 winter tour. Dacus herself is from Richmond and was very familiar with the Jefferson as a venue. The concert …

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DAY IN • DAY OUT announces the lineup for the 2022 festival

The Seattle Center Music Festival returns for its second year and spans 3 days SEATTLE, March 01, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, DAY IN • DAY OUT (DIDO) announced the full lineup of performers for its second annual festival scheduled for August 12-14 at Seattle Center’s Fisher Green Pavilion. Three-day general admission and …

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Watch Billy Joel honor Gary Brooker with Procol Harum cover

Billy Joel honored the memory of Procol Harum co-founder Gary Brooker during his performance on Saturday, February 26. “A great singer and pianist has just passed away,” Joel noted from the stage during his concert at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. “Gary Brooker of Procol Harum. He was one of …

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Dave Grohl on Being the Villain in Studio 666, The Foo Fighters Returning to Tour, and the Headlines About His Hearing Loss | Ents & Arts News

Dave Grohl’s reputation as the nicest man in rock precedes him. “Are you ready to meet rock royalty?” They ask me before talking to him. Everyone in the room (Zoom) is excited to meet Dave Grohl. If things had gone as planned, the foo fighters leader and elder Nirvana the …

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This Day in History, February 20, 2022 | Story

Today is Sunday, February 20, the 51st day of 2022. There are 314 days left in the year. Today’s highlight On February 20, 1962, astronaut John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth while flying aboard the Project Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7, which circled the world three times …

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Hard Rock Casino Exhibit Illuminates Black Church History | Local News

ATLANTIC CITY – From the time 400 years ago when enslaved Africans were first forced onto American shores, the beliefs they brought with them and the conditions they found here influenced black worship. “Africans came to America with our own religions, customs and cultures,” said Anne Glapion, of Egg Harbor …

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Blues rock guitarist Davy Knowles to perform Friday in Colorado Springs | Culture & Leisure

Sometimes all it takes is a song to know something is meant for you. For blues rock singer-songwriter Davy Knowles, that song was “Sultans of Swing” by Dire Straits. When his dad played it one day in the car for him, the 11-year-old got lost in the notes. “That was …

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Snoop Dogg and The Rock pay tribute after Tyrese Gibson’s mother dies

Snoop Dogg and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson have sent messages of condolence to Tyrese Gibson after the death of his mother. Gibson, who starred in several The fast and the furious movies, posted a tribute to his mother Priscilla Murray Gibson, who died of complications from Covid and pneumonia. The …

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Sam Fender and Raye had a ‘chain of dates’ and have ‘a lot in common’

‘They really respect each other and have a lot in common’: Sam Fender and Raye had a ‘chain of dates’ – following the duo’s party at their private BRITs party By Millie Payne for Mailonline Published: 10:13 GMT, February 13, 2022 | Update: 11:01 GMT, February 13, 2022 Sam Fender …

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Slash explains how technology changed the soul of rock music

Technology these days makes a lot of things really easy to do, including making music. But for artists who have been playing instruments for decades and are used to making old-school records, this may not be viewed so positively. Slash explains how technology has changed the “soul” of rock ‘n’ …

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Davenport singer-songwriter, 21, dubbed ‘a rising star’ by MTV Music News

If you watch the wonderful video of CJ Parker performing his song “Invisible” last year at The Spot in downtown Rock Island, you’ll see a star in the making – cool, confident, charismatic and commanding. It’s obvious online, but the 21-year-old Davenport native has also been blessed by MTV Music …

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Former WASP guitarist Chris Holmes has cancer

Former WASP guitarist Chris Holmes has been diagnosed with throat and neck cancer, his wife and manager have confirmed. As a result, he canceled a scheduled appearance on the Monsters of Rock cruise from February 9, but hoped to be back in action in time for a scheduled Canadian tour …

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Before the El Paso show, Kansas talks violin rock | Way of life

As a youngster inspired by the signature rock sounds of the Kansas band, David Ragsdale picked up a violin. Today, he is an integral part of the group that continues to make music and sell shows. Ragsdale returns to El Paso with the progressive rock band at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, …

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Gizzy School of Rock – The Gisborne Herald

Published on 03 February 2022 13:39 Veteran musician Ricky Boyd runs The Band School, a music school based in Gisborne Intermediate. “We run music lessons, we run vacation programs, and we also run bands,” he says. The Band School originated in Wellington, where Boyd was able to tap into music …

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Ian Anderson knows why Gentle Giant never broke

Ian Anderson is often called a satirist of progressive rock, particularly for the ironic excess of the 1972s. Thick as a brick, but he is a master of form. At the start of Jethro Tull, he also shared stages with many other big names. No touring mate had more prog …

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Sam Fender signs up to perform at Brit Awards joining Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher and Doja Cat in line-up

He was tipped for big things when he won the Critics’ Choice award at the Brits in 2019 – and this year Sam Fender returns to the show scene as a star in his own right. I can reveal the Geordie singer has been signed to perform at Tuesday’s glitzy …

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Joni Mitchell leaves Spotify ‘in solidarity with Neil Young’

Joni Mitchell follows Neil Young’s lead and pulls her music from Spotify due to streaming company’s backing of controversial podcast The Joe Rogan Experience. “I’ve decided to remove all my music from Spotify,” the famed singer-songwriter explained via a short note on her website. “Irresponsible people are spreading lies that …

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Around Town: Helena Area Arts and Entertainment News Released January 27 | Local

Story Loud Times in Butte Journalism Thursday, January 27 at 4:30 p.m. Charles Rankin discusses the “battle for Butte journalism” and argues that the beginning of big money dominance over Butte mining and politics began long before 1883, at a time noisy and more chaotic for Mining City newspapers. This …

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Kid Rock releases anti-Biden, anti-Fauci single

FILE: Kid Rock performs onstage as Live Nation celebrates National Concert Day at their 2015 Summer Spotlight event presented by Hilton at Irving Plaza on May 5, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Live Nation) (The Hill) – Kid Rock tears up Anthony Fauci and …

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Weber Grills Apologizes for Untimely Meatloaf Recipe Email

Weber picked the wrong day to suggest barbecued meatloaf. The barbecue maker apologized on Friday for sending out a Recipe of the Week email earlier in the day with instructions on how to make ‘barbecue meatloaf’. Taylor Grote/Unsplash Barbecue company Weber Grills has apologized for a poorly timed recipe. The …

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Is Demi Lovato back in rock? The singer organizes a pop funeral

It’s the end of an era ! Demi Lovato is signaling a potential return to her rock roots by maintaining a studio moratorium on her “pop” sound. On Thursday (January 20), the 29-year-old shared a photo of seven friends — including mega-producer Scooter Braun — dressed in all black while …

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Halestorm members unhurt after tour bus catches fire

It’s been a rough road for Halestorm so far in 2022, with the band revealing their tour bus caught fire and burned overnight. According to guitarist Joe Hottinger, everyone in the band is fine as they had slept in hotel rooms overnight, but were woken early in the morning to …

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John Francis Flynn leads the revival of Irish folk music

At the start of 2021, John Francis Flynn was, it’s fair to say, another struggling Dublin folk singer. But a year later, following the noiseless release of his first solo album I won’t always live in July, his reputation spread beyond Dublin folk aficionados to the international stage. Exceptional notices …

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Elvis Costello thinks rock has lost its “roll”

Modern rock has a lot of fans, but don’t count Elvis Costello among them. rolling stone asked Costello for his thoughts on today’s musical climate and what appeals to him — or not. “I don’t like rock music very much,” he said. “I love rock ‘n’ roll. I think if …

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Peter Welker, accomplished Petaluma musician, music festival founder, dies at 79

Peter Welker, composer, arranger, bandleader and trumpeter who for decades was one of Petaluma’s best-known musicians, died Wednesday in Arizona after a brief illness. He was 79 years old. Welker, one of the founders of the Petaluma Music Festival, lived in the city from 1972 until 2020, when he moved …

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Celebrity Horoscopes and Birthdays for Friday, January 14 | Advice

Birthday today (01/14/22). Enjoy the Midas touch this year. Generate gold with regular and disciplined action. Dreams and visions of winter inspire new love, pleasure and pleasure this spring. Weather the summer transitions with friends and groups before a team win lights up next fall. Maintain, develop and conserve resources. …

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Today in history Today is Wednesday January 12, the 12th day of 2022. There are 353 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On January 12, 1959, Berry Gordy Jr. founded Motown Records (originally Tamla Records) in Detroit. To this date : In 1828, the United States and …

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Celebrity horoscopes and birthdays for Monday, January 10 | Advice

Today’s birthday (10/01/22). Abundance is filling your basket this year. Nurture and develop valuable resources with consistent action. Creating inspiring plans this winter leads to a fun and romantic springtime. Support your friends around a change next summer, leading to a fall community victory. Take care of your garden with …

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Harry Reid Memorial in Vegas draws top Democrats in the country

President Joe Biden speaks about his administration’s response to the wildfires, during a visit to Louisville, Colorado, Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. Biden and First Lady Jill Biden met with families and visited an affected Louisville neighborhood by a recent forest fire. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh) Susan walsh PA LAS …

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Climbing Equipment Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Climbing Equipment Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Rock Climbing Equipment report shows the likely …

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Bob Dylan’s accuser extends the length of sexual abuse allegations in 1965

The Connecticut woman who accused Bob Dylan of repeatedly sexually assaulting her in New York City decades ago has extended the time frame for when the abuse allegedly took place. The 68-year-old, who testified anonymously in August under the initials “JC”, claimed the abuse took place over “several months” in …

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Ted Nugent reviews Joan Jett and Rolling Stone magazine

Ted Nugent made a parcel headlines recently, and not in a good way. More recently he criticized Rolling stone Magazine for including Joan Jett in her “100 Greatest Guitarists” list during a live YouTube broadcast on January 30. You can check out the video below. Nugent started off by congratulating …

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Celebrity horoscopes and birthdays for Saturday, January 1 | Advice

Today’s birthday (01/01/22). Grow in lucrative directions this year. Consistent action strengthens the accounts. Recharge and rest for a refreshing winter inspiration and a springtime burst of romance and creativity. Making a social change this summer leads to a team breakthrough next fall. Feed your garden for a bountiful harvest. …

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Motörhead legend Lemmy’s ashes were used in tattoos by relatives

Motörhead singer Lemmy Kilmister’s final wishes were honored after loved ones used his ashes in their tattoos. Take a look below: The artist, real name Ian Fraser Kilmister, formed the iconic rock band with guitarist Larry Willis and drummer Lucas Fox in 1975. Incredibly, they continued to perform until 2015. …

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Banjo virtuoso and bluegrass innovator JD Crowe dies at 84

The formation of the New South, however, marked the real turning point in his career, attracting musicians of wide sensitivity who regularly crossed the ranks of the group before moving on to other projects. Among the most notable of these was singer Keith Whitley, who arrived in the late 1970s …

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Spare “Toon” from criticizing his race

Charity runner and rock singer Artiwara ‘Toon Bodyslam’ Kongmalai, in this archive photo from October 27, 2019. Kao Kon La Kao’s Facebook page With the dark shadow of the Omicron variant looming, the year 2022, which is only a week away, was never going to be a year of unspeakable …

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Grammy nomination helped Wolfgang Van Halen start writing again

Wolfgang Van Halen said his recent Grammy nomination helped him start writing new music after losing motivation in 2020. His Mammoth WVH debut single “Distance” – a tribute to late father Eddie Van Halen – is nominated for Best Rock Song for 2021, and the winner will be revealed next …

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One in five concert ticket buyers have reportedly been absent

The live music industry, already hit hard by the COVID pandemic, has seen an increased number of unused concert tickets even as tours have returned. The acts of veterans with older fan bases – at greater risk of serious COVID infection – have felt the greatest impact. A report from …

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Dionne Warwick tops nightlife this weekend December 16-19

HOT CHOICE Friday Dionne: Dionne Warwick is enjoying some local attention after being added to The Walk of Stars Palm Springs earlier this month and the Palm Springs International Film Festival has announced that it will open with her documentary “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over “on January 7th. The …

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Amity Affliction Drop crushes new song “Death is All Around Us”

The Amity Affliction comes under the wire with their final 2021 release. The band is releasing the highly hypnotic new track “Death Is All Around Us” as well as their limited edition EP 7 ” Somewhere beyond the blue also happens. “Death Is All Around” offers a mix of brutally …

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today in history | Coronavirus

Today is Monday, December 13, the 347th day of 2021. There are 18 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On December 13, 2000, Republican George W. Bush claimed the presidency a day after the United States Supreme Court terminated further recounts of contested ballots in Florida; Democrat …

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Singer and actress Lea Michele’s five favorite things around the house

Singer and actress Lea Michele. Gotham / GC Images Text size As a singer and actress, Lea Michele is used to traveling for work. But since the pandemic, she is even more nomadic than usual. “We have moved from the West Coast to our longtime family home on the East …

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Prolific reggae bassist Robbie Shakespeare dies at 68

Robbie Shakespeare, a Jamaican bassist who, as one half of the rhythm duo Sly and Robbie, has performed with and produced some of the biggest names in music while transforming reggae with daring infusions of rock, blues and jazz, died Wednesday in a Miami hospital. . He was 68 years …

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Eleanor Buckland Makes Solo Debut During Break With Boston-Based Folk / Rock Trio Lula Wiles

Eleanor Buckland Laura E. Partain photo Last month, I missed the opportunity to tell a story about singer / songwriter Eleanor Buckland to promote her performance at One Longfellow Square on November 11 – this show was a CD release concert for her first solo CD, ” You don’t have …

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Black Veil Brides, motionless in white, Ice Nine Kills book tour

Black Veil Brides, Motionless in White and Ice Nine Kills are teaming up for the 2022 “Trinity of Terror” North American triple tour and have just revealed the 31 dates of their tour. Black Veil Brides and Ice Nine Kills both released new records in late 2021 – The ghost …

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See Dave Grohl + Dave Kurstin cover Clash’s “Train in Vain”

Dave Grohl and producer Greg Kurstin marked the seventh night of Hanukkah with a piano, harmonica and drums performance of The Clash’s “Train in Vain”. “Michael Geoffrey Jones, born to Russian Jewish mother Renee Zagansky, would become punk rock legend Mick Jones, co-founder of The Clash,” the duo explained in …

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Michael Learns to Rock concert review: Dubai fans take a trip down memory lane

Michael Learns to Rock performs in Dubai on December 2nd. Image Credit: Provided The joy of watching live music is unmatched. From the raw voices of the performers and interacting with the crowd to the experience of enjoying your favorite tracks with your friends, this is an ensemble that has …

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Eddie Vedder announces 2022 tour behind new solo LP

Eddie Vedder has announced a brief tour of the United States for the start of 2022. The eight-date trek, with Glen Hansard opening, will begin on February 3 and end on February 22 in the songwriter’s hometown, Seattle. The race will promote Vedder’s upcoming album Earthling, released on February 11. …

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David Dalaithngu was a pioneer of the “rock star” who was an inspiration to native actors and filmmakers.

During one of his last public appearances for the Adelaide Festival premiere of My name is Gulpilil in March, an audience of 1,500 gave him a one-minute standing ovation when he arrived on stage in a seemingly frail wheelchair. He stood up and, in an unexpected speech, said to them: …

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This day in history, November 28, 2021 | Story

Today is Sunday, November 28, the 332nd day of 2021. There are 33 days left in the year. Today’s highlight On November 28, 1942, a fire engulfed the Cocoanut Grove nightclub in Boston, killing 492 people in the deadliest nightclub fire of all time. (The cause of the rapidly spreading …

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Praying mantis may have arthritis in their fingers, but they will tip until they fall

Formed in 1974 by London siblings Tino (guitar, vocals) and Chris Troy (bass), Praying Mantis broke through the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal and continues to play powerful, melodic hard rock. Next year will see the 40th anniversary of the debut album Time doesn’t tell lies (the one with …

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BlackJack Cadillac: the Ayrshire group was about to rock the lights of Ardrossan

Members of the band BlackJack Cadilac confirmed this morning that they will no longer play on Ardrossan’s Christmas lights switch as a number of band members have fallen ill. The rest of the event will continue as planned. Original: A rock band from NORTH Ayrshire are set to perform as …

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Longtime Beach Boys sideman Billy Hinsche dies at 70

Longtime touring member of the Beach Boys and one-third of the ’60s pop-rock trio Dino, Desi and Billy, Billy Hinsche has died aged 70. Lucie Arnaz – daughter of I Love Lucie stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, and Desi Arnaz Jr.’s sister of the latter group – confirmed Hinsche’s …

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Showband icon Dickie Rock reveals hearing difficulties forced him to hang up mic after more than 50 years

SHOWBAND icon Dickie Rock shared how hearing difficulties forced him to hang up his mic after more than half a century. The 84-year-old told The Irish Sun: “I’m done. I did my last gig. The curtain fell, and like all the best artists, I hope I left them in. ask …

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Jerry Cantrell announces global live streaming event

Jerry Cantrell fans around the world will soon have the chance to connect with his music at an upcoming global live streaming event. Dubbed “An Evening with Jerry Cantrell,” the singer-guitarist hits screens around the world on Thursday, December 2nd. Cantrell is in fact in Los Angeles today (November 18) …

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Why the band are still rock champions

Queen’s 50th birthday: why the band is still a rock champion Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon depicting a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. …

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The Musical, ‘Brendan James Show, More

Pretty Woman: The musical is at the Fisher Theater. // Photograph courtesy of Matthew Murphy for MurphyMade Pretty Woman: The Musical When it was released in 1990, the film A pretty woman has become an international sensation. Now, 30 years later, fans can relive all of his iconic moments with …

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Go-Go’s, Turner, King Highlight Rock Hall Class

CLEVELAND (AP) – LL Cool J has brought together some of his heavyweight musician friends to introduce him to rock immortality. Part of an eclectic class of 2021 that includes Carole King, Tina Turner, The Go-Gos, Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and Todd Rundgren, Cool J was joined on stage by rapper …

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Rock icon Patti Smith joins the Big Ears Festival lineup

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Patti Smith will perform at the 2022 Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, more than two years after being invited to perform at the 2020 edition which was canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Big Ears Festival organizers on Tuesday announced …

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this day in history | Way of life

Today is Saturday, October 23, the 296th day of 2021. There are 69 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On October 23, 1973, President Richard Nixon agreed to turn over the White House tapes assigned by the Watergate Special Prosecutor to Judge John J. Sirica. In 1707, …

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Rock the Universe at Universal Orlando welcomes Crowder

Rock the Universe has added singer, songwriter and folktronica artist Crowder to its January lineup, along with specially priced theme park tickets and vacation packages. Rock the Universe is the annual Christian Music Faith and Fun Weekend at Universal Orlando, and the 2022 event takes place Jan. 28-30, with some …

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today in history | Region

Today in history Today is Tuesday, October 12, the 285th day of 2021. There are 80 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s story: On October 12, 2000, 17 sailors were killed in a suicide bombing attack on the destroyer USS Cole in Yemen. To this date : …

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