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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

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  • Joe B. Mauldin, bass player for Buddy Holly and Crickets, dies at 74

     Joe B. Mauldin, bass player for Buddy Holly and Crickets, dies at 74
    When a 16-year-old high school student named Joe B. Mauldin told his mother that he was planning to join a rock 'n' roll band, she suddenly saw his future dive out the window and shatter on the streets of Lubbock, Texas. "She told Joe B. that she...
  • Former Guns 'N Roses guitarist Slash to play Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater

    Former Guns 'N Roses guitarist Slash to play Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater
    Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash, whom Rolling Stone magazine ranks among the greatest of all time and whose licks helped take his band to the top in the late 1980s and early '90s, will perform at Stroudsburg’s Sherman Theater, the venue just...
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash will rock Queen Mary 2 with concerts at sea

    Crosby, Stills & Nash will rock Queen Mary 2 with concerts at sea
    Rock 'n' roll giants David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash will take to the sea for a series of concerts aboard the Queen Mary 2. Crosby, Stills & Nash will be on deck during a New York to London crossing in September. "This will be a unique...
  • Hornsby on reunion shows: 'There was never anything like a Grateful Dead concert'

    Hornsby on reunion shows: 'There was never anything like a Grateful Dead concert'
     Bruce Hornsby has already made his plans for the Fourth of July. He'll be at Soldier Field in Chicago for three shows by the four surviving members of the Grateful Dead, celebrating the half-century legacy of that most iconic of jam bands.  And...
  • Kim Fowley's Hollywood funeral draws stars, L.A. music insiders

    Kim Fowley's Hollywood funeral draws stars, L.A. music insiders
    It was a definitive passing of an era, or two or three or four: L.A. music impresario Kim Fowley was laid to rest Thursday at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. More than a hundred mourners -- representing multiple generations of rockers, movers and shakers --...
  • Reginald Torian Sr. is committed to singing Mayfield's story

    Reginald Torian Sr. is committed to singing Mayfield's story
    Reginald Torian Sr., who has had a very good career and fine life singing songs on stages across the world, could be found last Wednesday sitting inside the beautiful and new nightclub and restaurant called The Promontory in Hyde Park. He was, as usual,...
  • Bruno Mars loads up on amenities in Studio City

    Bruno Mars loads up on amenities in Studio City
    Grammy-winning singer Bruno Mars has purchased a tricked-out, two-acre estate in Studio City for $6.5 million. Set in a gated foothill community in the Fryman Canyon area, the Mediterranean-style house was built in 2000 and takes in canyon, city and...
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dr. John to headline ArtsQuest's RiverJazz; Guitarist Sonny Landreth set for Musikfetst Cafe

    Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dr. John to headline ArtsQuest's RiverJazz; Guitarist Sonny Landreth set for Musikfetst Cafe
    A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member whose career has stretched more than 50 years and brought him six Grammy Awards will be a headliner at ArtsQuest’s fifth annual Riverjazz festival in May, officials confirmed. Dr. John, best known for his Top 20...
  • Traffic legend jams at Rialto, ECC, this weekend

    Traffic legend jams at Rialto, ECC, this weekend
    Music legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Mason, co-founder of the rock band Traffic, performs two area shows this weekend. Dave Mason's Traffic Jam will be in Joliet performing an 8 p.m. show Feb. 6 at the Rialto Square Theatre and a 7:30...
  • Marky Ramone, coming to Bethlehem, tells story as last of the Ramones

    Marky Ramone, coming to Bethlehem, tells story as last of the Ramones
    Ask Marky Ramone, drummer for punk rock's founding fathers The Ramones for 15 years and the last surviving member of its classic lineup, to reveal the biggest surprise in his new autobiography, and he laughingly says, "That we weren't real brothers."...
  • Four Seasons Founder Bob Gaudio Tells Stories Behind 'Jersey Boys'

    Four Seasons Founder Bob Gaudio Tells Stories Behind  'Jersey Boys'
    After languishing for decades on old jukeboxes, wedding-DJ playlists and your mom's favorite radio stations, the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons — think "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Rag Doll," "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night),"...