HONDA CIVIC TOUR WITH LINKIN PARK AND INCUBUS KICKS OFF
Rock innovators MUTEMATH have announced a headlining fall tour. The nationwide run kicks of September 13 in Phoenix, AZ and runs through October 25th. Civil Twilight will support. A special ticket pre-sale begins today via Artist Arena: http://mutemath.artistarena.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=1. Purchasers will receive a digital exclusive live album from their recent headlining Washington, DC show. General on-sale begins July 20th.
Camden - - On a hot and sticky night Alice Cooper opened up a double bill in a crazy Black Widow costume. Vincent Price, one of the most ghoulish actor’s in Hollywood, wrote the intro back in the day. “The Black Widow” song was terrific and the singer had fire coming out of his middle finger, seemingly a trick that couldn’t be performed in the 70’s.
“I’m Eighteen” really ramped up the crowd and showed off the band’s talent.
Jon Anderson has been performing for 50 years and this interview talks about how he writes his music and his upcoming projects and current tour. He talks about Yes and their current status and he talks about becoming an American!
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Carl talks about playing the guitar, touring, song writing and his Stanley Cup experience in Vancouver last season!
I wanted to post a short note about the Carl Verheyen Band's performance on 3/21 in Sellersville, PA. I had a chance to meet the band before the show in a very nice restaurant next to the venue (yes the food was superb). They were all very hospitable and I couldn't wait for the show to begin.
The FDH Lounge and Sportsology are enormously privileged to present a conversation with one of the singers who defined the modern era of rock, Steve Perry. From his days fronting Journey to his various solo efforts, we'll trace the history of this singular frontman.
Here is Part 1 from yesterday
and now we present to you Part II
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