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The pre-summer festival season is in full swing, and this week, the lineup for Bonnaroo 2013 was released.
Check it out below, and if travel isn’t an issue, be sure to pick up your passes to Bonnaroo when they go on sale this Saturday at noon EST.
Marshall Crenshaw’s the Incredible Simulators at BB King’s – Friday, January 4th, 2013 – Rock NYC Review
Marshall Crenshaw revisits his Beatlemania days and Rock NYC’s Iman Lababedi brings us this review
By Iman Lababedi
In 1978, Marshall Crenshaw played John Lennon to Glen Burtnik‘s Paul McCartney in the touring company of Beatlemania, 35 years later the two men were revisiting those days as the Incredible Simulators at BB King’s. And before you go on about how the last thing the world needs is another Read More
Sir Paul will reportedly take the stage with Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear to headline star-studded relief concert
By Alex Baker
You wanted the best, and you got the best! The hottest band in the world, KISS, will be going live over the web tomorrow night when they play a full concert as part of the “Live on Letterman” webcast series.
KISS, who are currently out promoting their latest album Monster, are scheduled to appear on The Late Show with David Letterman tomorrow night. However fans who want to see more of everyone’s favorite costumed rock heroes than the requisite single number afforded… Read More
The Rascals to Reunite at the The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, December 13th, 14th,15th, 2012
THE RASCALS TO REUNITE – Steven Van Zandt’s exciting project to reunite the original members of Rascals, is called ”Once Upon a Dream,” and is on Kickstarter where he is reaching out to fans to raise capital to make this incredible reunion show a reality–Check out the cool description and video below –For more details, including how you can participate, visit www.kickstarter.com
And now the day fans and Rock historians thought they’d never see has come…The Rascals will reunite for their first public performances in over 40 years… Read More
It was a grandstand performance, topping off a rousing opening ceremony witnessed by billions of people around the world; Sir Paul McCartney leading Wembley Arena, and in a manner of speaking, the entire whole world, in a sing-along of the Beatles classic “Hey Jude.”
And for bringing down the house, and the final curtain, on a ceremony that lasted more than four hours and officially opened the Read More