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The legacies of the top British Invasion bands have solidified into their current state — the Beatles were the clever populists, Rolling Stones are bluesier and, um, more lascivious, and The Who are the belligerent rebels.
But it wasn't always this way and last night at Nassau Coliseum, The Who showed why. In playing their rock opera “Quadrophenia” in its entirety, the band offered a reminder...Read more »
Tegan and Sara bring their rescheduled “Heartthrob” tour to Beacon Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday.
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THE LIST TEGAN AND SARA, “Closer.” At Beacon Theatre...Read more »
The “12-12-12” benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy is shaping up to be the largest musical event in history, reaching nearly 2 billion people through television, radio and the Internet, the Madison Square Garden concert's producers said Friday.
Wednesday night's show gained even more star power, as the Rolling Stones joined the already massive lineup that includes Billy Joel, Paul McCartney,...Read more »
Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Kanye West, and Jon Bon Jovi have signed on to the “12-12-12 (A Concert for Sandy Relief)” benefit concert at Madison Square Garden.
The Who, Roger Waters and Alicia Keys will also perform at the Dec. 12 fundraiser for the Robin Hood Relief Fund, which will aid victims of Hurricane Sandy. More performers are...Read more »
The Who will play their rock opera “Quadrophenia” in its entirety on a massive international tour, starting Nov. 1 in Sunrise, Fla., and including several stops in the area.
“In 1972, I was 28, writing about London and Brighton in 1963 and 1964 when the band was just starting,” guitarist Pete Townshend said in a statement. “I was still young enough to remember how it felt to be 16 or 17, and...Read more »