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  • 'Hitler Gets Angry' over Rolling Stone's greatest albums list

    'Hitler Gets Angry' over Rolling Stone's greatest albums list
    The “Hitler Gets Angry” scene from the 2004 World War II film “Downfall” has been parodied so extensively on YouTube you’d think there was nothing left for him to get upset over. Of course not. A new version posted this...
  • A Reinvented Mike And The Mechanics Brings Its New Tour To Infinity

    A Reinvented Mike And The Mechanics Brings Its New Tour To Infinity
    Phil Collins is talking about coming out of retirement. Peter Gabriel is still basking in the glow of being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo performer. Tony Banks, who has been crafting classical music, is on hiatus. Three of the...
  • Johnny Rivers, 1960s, '70s hitmaker, coming to Easton's State Theatre

    Johnny Rivers, 1960s, '70s hitmaker, coming to Easton's State Theatre
    Johnny Rivers, the 1960s singer who had such hits as "Secret Agent Man," "Poor Side of Town," "Baby I Need Your Lovin'" and "Swayin' to the Music (Slow Dancin'),"will play Easton’s State Theatre in November, according to his website. Rivers will...
  • Creedence Clearwater Revisited still revivin' those great hits

    Creedence Clearwater Revisited still revivin' those great hits
     In the annals of rock and roll, there have been a lot of ugly breakups. It's part of the game.  But none have ever been uglier than the breakup of Creedence Clearwater Revival, that great Bay Area band that gave us "Proud Mary," "Fortunate Son," and...
  • Sound of civil rights rings out in resurrected Staple Singers records

     Sound of civil rights rings out in resurrected Staple Singers records
    Occasionally, for reasons of fate or coincidence, sounds from the past converge in the present at key moments. Consider the Staple Singers, whose gospel recordings starting in the early 1960s carried them through the next four decades and included...
  • Elton John's 'Yellow Brick Road' to rock royalty

    Elton John's 'Yellow Brick Road' to rock royalty
    Roll out the red carpet, Orlando. Sir Elton John — pop's most flamboyant piano man and a knight to boot — takes the stage in the City Beautiful this weekend for the first time since 2012. Elton's "All the Hits Tour" should have the crowd...
  • Interviewing Aerosmith: Classic band says new concert movie catches its best as it looks to the future

    Interviewing Aerosmith: Classic band says new concert movie catches its best as it looks to the future
    When classic rock band Aerosmith took the stage at England’s Donington Festival last June, the group’s members knew it was a special night. The band burned through 19 tunes, including classic songs such as “Walk This Way,”...
  • Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now

    Interviewing Hall and Oates: Pair says playing live together, recording solo is their career path now
    In the 1970s and ’80s, pop/R&B duo Hall and Oates was a hit-making machine. The Philadelphia-based duo churned out an amazing 19 songs that hit the Top 10 on various charts, nine of which went to No. 1 — including “I Can’t Go For...
  • 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...
  • Timing still right for Siegel-Schwall band

    Timing still right for Siegel-Schwall band
    Corky Siegel exemplifies being in the right place at the right time. The 71-year-old met Jim Schwall in 1964 while they were Roosevelt University Jazz Band members. "I had no thoughts of performing necessarily as a profession," Siegel said. "We...
  • Creedence Clearwater, playing Penn's Peak, still revisiting the hits all these years later

    Creedence Clearwater, playing Penn's Peak, still revisiting the hits all these years later
    How good were the songs of Creedence Clearwater Revival, the band that from 1968-72 had a mind-boggling 15 Top 10 hits and got the band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame I 1993? So good that, nearly 50 years later, the songs are still being...