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  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Seven complaints about its 2015 selections

    Congratulations to the new herd of musicians just named as inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Minus the context, all have proved themselves notable enough to be part of a trending topic for a few days per year, as well as serving as pawns in a...
  • Bee Gees tribute show coming to the Ferguson Center

    Bee Gees tribute show coming to the Ferguson Center
     It's not the Bee Gees, but it's the next best thing. "The Australian Bee Gees Show," a multi-media tribute to one of the most successful pop groups of all time, will come to the Ferguson Center in Newport News on February 1.  The show is a tribute...
  • REVIEW: The Rascals' Felix Cavaliere finds right balance with Christmas show at Penn's Peak

    REVIEW: The Rascals' Felix Cavaliere finds right balance with Christmas show at Penn's Peak
    The biggest hurdle to a contemporary music act making a Christmas show work is balance. Too much Christmas, particularly if it’s not done well, and the audience wonders why they came. Too little Christmas and they wonder why it’s a holiday...
  • Chris Isaak brings holiday show to Bethlehem with mechanical Santa and piano that bursts into flames

    Chris Isaak brings holiday show to  Bethlehem with mechanical Santa and piano that bursts into flames
    When you go to a performance by contemporary crooner Chris Isaak, you shouldn't expect a typical concert. Isaak has performed in sequined and mirrored suits and played a song list that ranges from his 1990s hits "Somebody's Crying" and "Baby Did a Bad...
  • Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez, original Springsteen drummer, to join tribute act at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe

    Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez, original Springsteen drummer, to join tribute act at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe
    When the popular Bruce Springsteen tribute group The B-Street Band performs at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe this month, it will be closer to the real thing than ever. That’s because joining the group for the performance will be Vini...
  • Steve Aoki Booked For Oakdale Dome

    DJ/producer Steve Aoki returns to Connecticut for a show at the Dome at Oakdale in Wallingford on Thursday, March 12, with Head Hunterz and Caked Up opening. Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets ($35) are on sale now at ticketmaster.com or oakdale.com. Joan...
  • Dion reschedules concert at Easton's State Theatre

    Dion reschedules concert at Easton's State Theatre
    Dion, singer who in the 1960s incorporated doo-wop, rock and R&B for songs such as “Runaround Sue” and “The Wanderer,” has rescheduled his upcoming performance at Easton’s State Theatre. The theater announced that because...
  • Rock Hall of Fame to host Oct. 25 all-star Everly Brothers salute

    Rock Hall of Fame to host Oct. 25 all-star Everly Brothers salute
    The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will salute the Everly Brothers at the institution’s annual Music Masters tribute concert on Oct. 25. An all-star affair that will be emceed by singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell, the event will feature performances by...
  • Courtney Love tells Kimmel the one duet she'd sing with Dave Grohl

    Courtney Love tells Kimmel the one duet she'd sing with Dave Grohl
    Courtney Love and Dave Grohl have had what you'd call a bumpy relationship. As the singer-actress herself told Jimmy Kimmel on his show Tuesday night, "We used to really like each other. And then there was 20 years where we sued each other." Grohl and...
  • Randy Newman, coming to Easton, talks of long road after 'Short People'

    Randy Newman, coming to Easton, talks of long road after 'Short People'
    For the past 25 years, singer and songwriter Randy Newman has been primarily known for his film scores, and for good reason. Newman has written the music to such iconic films as "Ragtime," "Awakening" and "The Natural," but he's gotten the most...
  • Visit Cleveland to help envision Lucas museum

    Two years ago I was in Cleveland for a wedding and made it my business to see the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on the shore of Lake Erie. This museum is no mistake by the lake. I believe the Lucas museum would offer Chicagoans and our many...