If you’re looking for a reason to stay in tonight, PBS has it as their ‘My Music’ series served up ‘Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers.’ The special, airing on PBS stations across the country, takes a look back at the longtime variety show host’s top music acts.
Now that the remaining members of Queensryche have won a ruling that will allow them to temporarily keep their name even though they’re in the middle of a legal battle with former singer Geoff Tate, the band is wasting no time in filling up their tour schedule.
The summer may be winding down, but things are just about to heat up stateside for Roger Hodgson. The singer and co-founder of Supertramp is making his way back to North America to continue his ‘Breakfast in America’ tour, with a new leg of dates set to begin Aug. 5 in Park City, Utah.
Bruce Springsteen has welcomed many a young woman to the stage over the years during his performance, including his own daughter recently during a show in France. But during his Dublin performance last week, “The Boss” welcomed a young lady to the stage that was literally half his size.
Rush may not be burning up a singles chart or have the hot radio jam of the summer, but that’s quite alright with guitarist Alex Lifeson. That’s because he says that their latest disc, ‘Clockwork Angels,’ is meant to be experienced as a full album.
Kiss may want to make us adults ‘Rock and Roll All Nite,’ but for the little ones, they’re probably more concerned with getting that sleep routine down. Therefore, the ‘Rockabye Baby!’ series has targeted Kiss as their next hard rocking band that will have their music translated into lullaby form.
ITV recently ramped up to their 60th anniversary with a poll to determine which U.K. No. 1 single was deemed the best of all-time. Recently the list was narrowed to ten finalists, and Queen can now say they’ve come out on top.
Queen are back in the saddle. The band, which first dealt with the loss of Freddie Mercury first by teaming with Paul Rodgers, returned to the stage Saturday (June 30) in Kiev as part of the ANTIAIDS benefit with Adam Lambert in the fold.
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