When I heard Zakk Wylde was coming to town, I immediately assumed it was by way of Black Label Society. I couldn't wait to see his guitar prowess once again -- including his wonderful dedication to the pinch harmonic -- and his hits from more than two-dozen albums spanning almost 30 years.
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Melvins Lite @ Crescent BallroomMelvins Lite, the latest incarnation of the 30-year-old sludge/punk/metal band The Melvins, took the stage at The Crescent Ballroom last night, chalking up stop number 48 on their record-breaking 51-day tour of the country. They're hitting every state...and Washington ... More >>
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" is one of those songs: no matter who you are or your circumstances, you feel something listening to it. For most, it's the sound of childhood, a beautiful and hopeful song that conjures up images of wistfulness and memory.
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Wikimedia CommonsHappy birthday, Brian WilsonMusic and musicians have been around for centuries, and every day, new music news breaks. Every Monday, we're going to take a look back at the notable music stories, births, and deaths that took place that week. This week was a doozy: Columbia Records ... More >>
Let's all hope this isn't the last time I get to use this album cover as the image for a postOh, the day has finally come -- British guitar virtuoso Jeff Beck has released his first studio album in 7 years, Emotion & Commotion.First impressions of the Grammy-award winner's latest LP is that h ... More >>
courtesy of Broadway Palm Dinner TheatreJessica Taige and Ashley Stults play the boy-crazy Smith sisters in Meet Me in St. Louis.It's not too late to get your holiday theatrical fix -- Meet Me in St. Louis, the cozy, old-fashioned story that introduced the popular song "Have Yourself a Merry Litt ... More >>
The Blues Brothers, Marilyn, The Killer, Ol' Blue Eyes, Der Bingle and The King himself!
The "Legendary Superstars" revue takes a Las Vegas formula to Apache Junction and audiences are, well, doubled over.