The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

by Fuzzy Gerdes Fantastic Wall Worldwide Music Academy Concert Series – A Deal with for Lovers of Classical Music The Excellent Wall International Music Academy is a summer time undertaking that was More »

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

by wallyg Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’ “Sugarland” is probably the most utilitarian band name of all-time. It’s this kind of a non-descriptive appellation that it provides no hint to the band’s musical More »

Entertainment Arab Style

Entertainment Arab Style

by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Enjoyment Arab Style The Arab globe is identified for its wealthy culture and heritage. The men and women, cuisine and artwork have a special touch. Arab More »

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

by Chris Devers Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour Jennifer Hudson’s comeback continues soon after the singer endured the tragic death of her mother, brother and nephew at her More »

 

Rob Zombie Covers for Marilyn Manson After 'Unforeseen Illness'

Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson’s Twins of Evil tour was disrupted last night (July 26) in Toronto when Manson abruptly canceled his part in the show, citing “unforeseen illness.” The announcement was made close to the time he was supposed to appear on stage. “Due to unforeseen illness, Marilyn Manson will not be performing tonight

Paul McCartney plays secret gig at old Liverpool club where Beatles first cut their chops

Paul McCartney returned to The Beatles’ early stomping grounds for an intimate surprise concert today (July 26th). The music legend traveled to Liverpool to play at Cavern Club, a small space where the Fab Four were believed to have performed almost 300 times in the 1960s during the start of the Beatlemania craze. Tickets were

Jackson Browne, Graham Nash Headline Immigration-Focused Tour

Jackson Browne tweeted confirmation of his involvement in the Lantern Tour, joining several artists — including Graham Nash, Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle — to advocate for the end of the Trump administration’s separation policies for immigrant families detained at U.S. borders. Other artists appearing on the five-city tour include Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin and Lila Downs. Not

Early Bob Seger 'Heavy Music' Compilation Coming Out

Before Bob Seger found success with his Silver Bullet Band and albums like Live Bullet and Night Moves, he was leading a hungry young band called the Last Heard, hitting Detroit rock ‘n’ roll radio with songs like “Heavy Music (Pt. 1)” and “East Side Story.” Those songs and eight others have been compiled on Heavy Music: The Complete

Target Criticized for CBGB Re-Creation in New York Store

Last week, Target opened up a new store in New York’s East Village. That’s the sort of news that would normally fly under the radar of a website devoted to rock news, but in this case it’s different. As part of their storefront, in an attempt to re-create the way the East Village looked in

Arcade Fire’s Will Butler on “Disco Town Halls” and Affecting Change Through Music

Kyle Meredith With… Arcade Fire Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Arcade Fire’s Will Butler speaks with Kyle Meredith about “the disco town halls” he’s been hosting during the band’s latest North American tour. Butler, who recently earned a mid-career masters degree in public administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School, views the events as an opportunity to

Arcade Fire’s Will Butler trips and injures ankle, keeps playing

Arcade Fire may be an arena-playing, household name now, but fame doesn’t seem to have gotten to their heads — they aren’t any less committed to their fans and their music than when they were on the come-up. For the disbelievers, look no further than the band’s concert at Virginia’s Jiffy Lube Live last Friday,