• The Turtles, Micky Dolenz and More Taking Part in Inaugural Flower Power Cruise in 2016

    The Turtles, Micky Dolenz and More Taking Part in Inaugural Flower Power Cruise in 2016

    A new music-themed cruise celebrating the music of the late 1960s will groove its way through the Caribbean next year.  The inaugural Flower Power Cruise will feature performances by The Turtles, The Monkees‘ Micky Dolenz, Herman’s Hermits, Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals and many other stars. The nautical pop and rock extravaganza will set sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on February 29, 2016, and will visit Cozumel, Mexico, and Key West, Florida, before returning to port on March 5.  Other confirmed artists on the bill include the current incarnations of Blood, Sweat & Tears, The Grass Roots, The Guess Who and Jefferson… Read more

  • Olivia Newton-John Releasing Live Album Documenting Her "Summer Nights" Las Vegas Show

    Olivia Newton-John Releasing Live Album Documenting Her "Summer Nights" Las Vegas Show

    Olivia Newton-John will release a new two-CD live album next month featuring performances from her hit-packed Las Vegas show, which opened last April at the Donny & Marie Showroom at the Flamingo hotel and casino.  The record, Summer Nights — Live in Las Vegas, will arrive on March 3, the same day the Australian pop legend will begin a new residency at the venue. The album features 22 songs spanning Olivia’s 40-plus-year career, including such smash hits as “I Honestly Love You,” “Have You Never Been Mellow,” “Magic,” “A Little More Love,” “Let Me Be There,” “Please Mr. Please” and… Read more

  • Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti" Reissue Hits Stores Today

    Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti" Reissue Hits Stores Today

    The latest installment of Led Zeppelin‘s reissue campaign, the remastered and expanded versions of the band’s sixth studio album, 1975′s Physical Graffiti, hits stores today.  Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, who’s been overseeing the reissue project, says that by the time his group began working on the epic double album, the band members all were at their technical and creative peak as musicians. “The way that we sort of combined musically — ’cause we were all incredible musicians, no doubt about that — the way that we could play together as a band was unlike anybody else, and that’s all… Read more

  • Glen Campbell Documentary, "I'll Be Me," to Premiere on CNN in June

    Glen Campbell Documentary, "I'll Be Me," to Premiere on CNN in June

    The acclaimed documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me is set to get its television premiere on CNN in June.  According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cable network recently secured U.S. broadcast rights to the film, which focuses on Campbell’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease and the farewell tour he mounted while struggling with the illness. CNN also is planning to give the movie, which was directed and co-produced by James Keach, an encore screening in November. “We look forward to having the Campbells’ brave story — unfortunately familiar to too many American families — on CNN,” says co-producer Trevor Albert.  “This… Read more

  • Paul McCartney Takes Home Top Prize at 2015 Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

    Paul McCartney Takes Home Top Prize at 2015 Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

    Paul McCartney will have to clear yet more space on his mantel.  The former Beatles member received the top honor at the 26th annual Pollstar Concert Industry Awards, held Saturday at the famed Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.  McCartney won the Major Tour of the Year prize for the 2014 edition of his Out There World Tour. This marks the third time Sir Paul has received the award, having previously been presented the honor in 2002 and 1990.  Other winners at this year’s event, which was hosted by comedian Ralphie May, included Katy Perry, who took home Most Creative Stage Production… Read more

  • Elton John's Oscar Viewing Party Raises $5.8 Million for Fight Against HIV/AIDS

    Elton John's Oscar Viewing Party Raises $5.8 Million for Fight Against HIV/AIDS

    While actors were claiming their Oscars Sunday night, Elton John was raising millions for charity at his 23rd annual Academy Awards Viewing Party. The gala event raised just over $5.8 million for the fight against HIV/AIDS. The event, which took place at West Hollywood Park in Los Angeles, was the second-hottest ticket in town — even though a rare L.A. downpour nearly made it a washout. According to the New York Daily News, some leaky tents nearly derailed the whole thing, but celebrity guests stuck around long enough to make their donations. The party co-chairs this year included Miley Cyrus,… Read more

  • Aerosmith Adds Two More Concerts to Its North American Summer Tour

    Aerosmith Adds Two More Concerts to Its North American Summer Tour

    Aerosmith recently added two more dates to their North American summer tour bringing the band’s total of confirmed 2015 shows to seven.  The newly announced concerts are scheduled to take place on July 3 in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, and July 19 in Fort McMurray, Canada. Tickets for the Lake Tahoe and Fort McMurray shows go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 27, at 10 a.m. local time.  VIP packages and pre-sale tickets for Aero Force One members for the Lake Tahoe gig will be available starting Monday, February 23, at 10 a.m. CT; they already are on… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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