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Top Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Articles

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  • PPL Center in Allentown 'Much more than just hockey'

    PPL Center in Allentown 'Much more than just hockey'
    Mayor Ed Pawlowski pledged Allentown’s PPL Center would be “much more than just a hockey arena” when officials announced in January that Comcast would manage the arena. He said it would be a “multipurpose venue” that...
  • PPL Center: 'Much more than just hockey'

    PPL Center: 'Much more than just hockey'
    Mayor Ed Pawlowski pledged Allentown's PPL Center would be "much more than just a hockey arena" when officials announced in January that Comcast would manage the arena. He said it would be a "multipurpose venue" that would offer concerts, trade shows,...
  • Isley Brothers, Angie Stone offer holiday soul in Orlando

    Isley Brothers, Angie Stone offer holiday soul in Orlando
    Whether it's Darlene Love's "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" or Wilson Pickett's swinging take on "Silver Bells," R&B music always has been a reliable holiday soundtrack. This year, the Isley Brothers and singer Angie Stone will add their voices to...
  • Arena opens, symbol of hope for a better Allentown

    Arena opens, symbol of hope for a better Allentown
    With all the hopes and expectations that have been heaped on Allentown's new arena, it's a good thing the PPL Center's foundation is anchored deep into bedrock. The impressive 8,500-seat facility, built with the aid of generous state tax financing...
  • Journey singer honors predecessor

    Journey singer honors predecessor
    No one loves Journey's old lead singer Steve Perry more than Journey's new lead singer does. Journey sold more than 70 million albums under Perry's tenure; he left the group in 1998. The band cycled through multiple frontmen before guitarist Neal Schon...
  • Where the boys were: Iconic Beastie Boys photography

    Where the boys were: Iconic Beastie Boys photography
    Sunny Bak has a mountain of negatives from photo shoots she did over the years with her friends, the Beastie Boys, from concert scenes to moody studio portraits and outtakes from an iconic pose of the trio on the site of the old New York World’s...
  • Review: Eagles may have been the best opening act for Allentown's new PPL Center, in the long run

    Review: Eagles may have been the best opening act for Allentown's new PPL Center, in the long run
    In the long run, the Eagles might have been the perfect act to open downtown Allentown's gleaming new PPL Center. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group — which once was such a mighty force in music that it sold 60 million albums in the 1970s...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming week

    Top 5 Concerts of the Coming week
    Here are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. TWEEDY Singer/guitarist Jeff Tweedy has had a pretty good track record, with his pioneering, influential alt-country pioneer group Uncle Tupelo in the late 1980s and early ’90s, then gold-...
  • John Oates takes spotlight in Sellersville with solo projects

    John Oates will get a kind of hero's welcome when he comes to eastern Pennsylvania next week. Newly inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with musical partner Daryl Hall, Oates has a sold out solo concert at the Sellersville Theater on Thursday....
  • Showtime Sets Genesis Documentary, 'Genesis - Sum of the Parts'

    Showtime is getting iconic progressive rock band Genesis back together with its documentary "Genesis - Sum of the Parts," set to premiere at 8 p.m. on October 10. The 90-minute documentary reunites core members of the British band, Tony Banks, Phil...
  • Singer Paul Simon, Wife Edie Brickell Face Charges In Domestic Dispute

    NORWALK — Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Paul Simon and his wife, recording artist Edie Brickell, appeared in court Monday to face domestic violence charges stemming from a dispute at their New Canaan home Saturday night. Two days...