Just three songs into the concert – which saw him performing his 1976 classic double album opus, Songs in the Key of Life, in its entirety – it was, in a way, a sweet moment in a show full of them.
Ultimately, festivals are about the music. And Day 1 was headlined by The Black Keys, one of the biggest breakout rock bands of the past five years.
Aerosmith and Cheap Trick, both decades into their career, unleashed some of the greatest rock songs from the ’70s through the modern era. Both bands played their biggest hits, but eschewed some obvious songs to dig deeper into their considerable catalogs.
A debut album that won eight Grammys and sold over ten million copies is a hard act to follow, and it can cast a broad shadow on an artist’s career.
Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper seemed a little out of place at Nikon at Jones Beach at their concert Wednesday night: it was a beautiful evening, with the sun setting behind the amphitheater.
CBS Local had the opportunity to conduct an exclusive interview with Metallica lead guitarist Kirk Hammett at the band’s Orion Festival in Atlantic City.
Dads pass on their talents to their kids. And some kids follow dad into the music business, including these musical families.
Buddy Guy, currently promoting his autobiography When I Left Home: My Story, often discusses the importance of keeping the blues alive. On Saturday night at Montclair, New Jersey’s Wellmont Theatre, two of his young disciples […]
Willie Nelson spent most of the past week heavily promoting his new album, Heroes, released on Tuesday. But at his concert last night, his focus was mainly on his catalog of hits from his five decade career.
Summer’s here, and the time is right for dancing in the seats. Check out this season’s hottest outdoor concert tours.
After just one song in the headlining set, Flea announced, “We’re playing this show tonight for Adam Yauch,” and then launched into the bass line from the Beastie Boys’ rap-rock classic, “Gratitude,” from their 1992 album, “Check Your Head.”
Here are 5 songs for Earth Day, to keep you rocking and keep you thinking about the environment.
Why can’t big-time musicians just pay their taxes? They have the money. Check out the top-5 tax protest (and repayment) songs.