Back in 1979, then-Mayor of Providence Vincent “Buddy” Cianci cancelled The Who’s concert that year after a tragic accident at a Who concert in Cincinnati killed 11 people. Now fans who still have their tickets to the cancelled show can cash them in for a free ticket to The Who’s Providence show at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center on February 26, 2013.
The highest-seller at an auction of music memorabilia this past weekend was expected to be the crypt of Elvis Presley, but when the King of Rock & Roll’s tomb was pulled from the Beverly Hills auction, the King of Pop’s memorabilia took top billing.
The Beatles may have a history in Hamburg, but despite the band’s early ties to the German city, a Fab Four museum there is closing its doors due to “lack of interest.”
While [lastfm]John Lennon[/lastfm]‘s spirit and musical influence has certainly not been forgotten, his name was hot commodity over the past month as last Saturday would have been the famous singer’s 70th birthday. So when his […]
“For Karl, who strung me along, thanx, John Lennon, 1980.” Those are the words of the last note John Lennon probably ever wrote, just hours before his death. That note is now for sale and […]