William Shatner performed the first of three SoCal shows featuring former members of Yes in support of his new self conceived music album, ‘Ponder The Mystery.’
How was Tony Iommi’s playing? How did Ozzy sound? And did the band suffer at all from not having original drummer Bill Ward with them on this tour?
Lisa Stanley scored third row seats at the Rolling Stones’ kickoff show at The Staples Center Friday night! Find out what she thought of the show, plus watch some of the special guest performances!
It was a “Hot August Night” back in 1972 that Neil Diamond’s most famous album was recorded at The Greek Theater. Now, 40 years later the heat and the magic of Neil Diamond have returned to that stage.
Taylor Swift performed three songs with James Taylor during his show this week at Tanglewood–a duet on “Fire and Rain” and two of her own songs.
For more than four decades, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band has been giving a voice to middle America with the pure intensity of grass roots rock and roll and song meanings that, through […]
A little more than 40 years after its release, the Rolling Stones’ Hot Rocks 1964-1971 still stands as one of rock’n’roll’s most quintessential compilations. Yet last night (March 13) at New York’s famed Carnegie Hall, […]
One of Southern California’s most prolific singer-songwriters, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Jackson Browne[/lastfm] snuck into Hermosa Beach earlier this week for an all accoustic performance with very little fanfare and virtually no promotion.