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Unfortunately, the very successful Hampden Hi-Fi concert series in Roosevelt Park is winding up its final two weeks. But fortunately, the final two shows promise to be good. On July 20, be sure to check out Fooled Again as part of Hampden Hi-Fi. They...
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Sun StaffJack Black and Mike White started their rock 'n' roll journeys from two very different places. In fact, Black and White's musical roots are about as opposite as their surnames suggest. The former, a dough-faced star known for his Farley-esque...
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The fact that The Who didn’t break up years ago still astonishes Pete Townshend. In a new interview, the guitarist credits the late Keith Moon of all people with keeping the band intact. Townshend said, “Bands are peculiar things. It could...
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Anyone who’s gone to too many rock concerts or worked with loud machinery for too long (or listened to too many kazillion-decibel advertisements at a movie theater) may eventually pay the price: hearing loss caused by damage to tiny, sound-...
Reg Presley, lead singer of the Troggs, who made our hearts sing with the primal-scream, proto-garage-rock anthem "Wild Thing," as well as more tender tunes including "With a Girl Like You" and "Love Is All Around," has died at age 71. The BBC reports...
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Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticFew songwriters in British rock have had loftier goals, and more success, than Pete Townshend of the Who, and few works from the classic rock era are as accomplished and emotionally rich as "Quadrophenia," the Who’s 1973 double-album rock opera...
This post has been updated. See note below for details. Four of the key bands from the 1960s British Invasion were represented Friday in Anaheim when the Who’s lead guitarist and main songwriter, Pete Townshend, was given the Les Paul Award at the...
Celebrity, as it turns out, is in the eye of the beholder, and one of the fascinating aspects of the annual convention that brings together makers and sellers of all manner of musical gear for four days in Anaheim is that there are nearly as many...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWhen northeastern Pennsylvania band MiZ opened for The Badlees at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe 14 months ago, it stole the show with a collection of Americana, country, jazzy jam and flat-out rockers. On Friday, MiZ returned to......
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGTop 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. THE WHO A classic rock band playing a classic album front to back in concert. Sounds like a classic. The Who will do just that with a show that will feature the......
Critiquing the broadcast of the 12-12-12 Sandy benefit concert on Wednesday night is like assessing the food at a bake sale: Maybe the muffins are oversalted or the cookies are stale, but that's not the point. The point is charity and drawing attention to...
The Rolling Stones in 2012 may no longer be a great rock 'n' roll band, but the act can certainly leave a crowd wanting more. The above is not meant to disparage anyone celebrating a 50th anniversary, nor does it offer a revelation. The Stones have been...
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