It’s been 50 years since the Beatles first landed in the United States for their earthshaking debut appearance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ and people are still going crazy for the Fab Four. Even New York’s Port Authority.
As founding members of Aerosmith, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry have long established themselves as rock legends and are already in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Now, their songwriting will be honored as […]
Entering its third year and hoping to make a stand as New York City’s premiere music festival, Governors Ball continued to expand in 2013 from two days to three and booked bigger and better acts […]
Elvis Costello will help The Who close their big Quadrophenia & More North American tour with a bang. Costello & The Imposters will join Townshend, Daltrey and co. for the tour’s new closing night, a […]
The music of Prince will be celebrated during a tribute concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City on March 7th. The show will feature numerous performers with the initial lineup including Stax innovator Booker […]
Continuing a tradition that has been going strong for more than 20 years, the Allman Brothers Band will make a home at New York City’s Beacon Theatre for their annual residency. The Macon, Georgia-based Rock […]
Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters turned rock’n’roll theater into real-life entertainment with his top-grossing “The Wall” tour, but now the singer/bassist will try his hand at professional theater.
A noticeable omission from the very brief two-stop/four-show Rolling Stones tour was a performance in New York – until now.
Musicians will celebrate the music of Tom Petty, with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.
It’s difficult to recall where you were last week, let alone 50 years ago. So for fans of the Rolling Stones who have been along for the ride over the last half century, The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film is a must-see exhibit.