Summer is when Atlantic City casinos have traditionally scheduled entertainment offerings that go beyond the standard single-night headliner bookings. Among them are three attractions that together span a wide artistic (and demographic) spectrum. Individually, each has a lot to recommend it: Magical mysterious doors At Ocean, the musical revue everyRead More →

The-Green-Room-Willow-Still – Credit: Ashley Battle/Rolling Stone Willow is known for her diverse musical tastes, from teen pop to R&B to punk and more. But one influence has become even more accentuated for her lately: the explosive and glam rock of the 1970s of Queen. “If you really think about it,Read More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – An Indiana distillery with local ties has a playful new take on bourbon. Hotel Tango Distillery has just unveiled its latest offering – a nostalgic toasted marshmallow flavored bourbon. Hotel Tango Distillery, a veteran-owned brand that creates “premium and disciplined” spirits, has launched its “Shmallow ToastedRead More →

Some modern films are re-released too soon, and some, criminally neglected at the time, are just ripe for more than worthy of reappraisal. That’s certainly the case with the excellent redemption rock doc”Anvil! Anvil’s story! since 2009. Celebrating its 13th anniversary this fall, Utopia Breakdown announced this week that itRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority is suspending new applications for Indiana’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program. This is because the agency believes that all federal emergency rent assistance funds will soon be exhausted. They are still processing requests that were sent before the break. SoRead More →

ORLANDO, Florida. – Concerts can be loud, energetic or soothing depending on the type of music. No matter the genre, concerts are fun for everyone, and even better when they’re free. [TRENDING: Flagler commissioner argues with troopers as he’s cited for speeding twice | Father of suspect in Mount DoraRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) announced a partnership with the Indiana Bar Foundation, Inc. (IBF) to provide legal services to Hoosiers facing eviction. IBF responded to a request for proposal (RFP) and received $13.1 million to provide legalRead More →

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Bloomingdale’s Neighborhood Association and Historic Wells Street Business Corridor are the recipients of the 2022 AARP Community Challenge Grant. The area that connects to downtown Fort Wayne has made great improvements in recent years. The Bloomingdale neighborhood hopes the grant will improve livability forRead More →

Bugs Bunny always knew how to spot a sucker Think you know your classic rock trivia? The point here is actually whether your friends do. We’ve rounded up chart fact questions for some of the biggest names in music, and intentionally selected some that may seem like they have obviousRead More →

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James Rado, actor, playwright and director best known for creating (with collaborator Gerome Ragni) the groundbreaking 1967 production “Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical,” has died at age 90. A publicist and friend of Rado’s confirmed to The Associated Press that he died of cardiopulmonary arrest Tuesday in New York.Read More →

By Dana Hendrickson Email Dana Hendrickson About this blog: I hope readers of my blog will join me and other members of the Menlo Park community in a collective effort to transform our downtown into a much more where residents enjoy much more positive experiences and… ( Continued) About thisRead More →

BARNEVELD — Unity Hall kicks off the summer with an upbeat evening of classic rock by Central NY’s Better Than Bowling and hot blues from Syracuse’s Colin Aberdeen at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 17, in the hall’s historic auditorium at 101 Vanderkemp Ave. at Barneveld. Doors will open atRead More →

BARNEVELD — Unity Hall kicks off the summer with an upbeat evening of classic rock by Central NY’s Better Than Bowling and hot blues from Syracuse’s Colin Aberdeen at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 17, in the hall’s historic auditorium at 101 Vanderkemp Ave. at Barneveld. Doors will open atRead More →

Robert Plante and Alison Krauss started on Climb the Roof Tour by performing at Marvin Sands Center for the Performing Arts in Canandaigua, New York. Nevertheless, during their presentation, they carried out various Led Zeppelin classics. The two artists relied on their joint albums Raise the roof and raise sand.Read More →

NRBQ Photo provided by Chocolate Church Arts Center The Chocolate Church Arts Center at 804 Washington St. in Bath will present a performance by classic rock band NRBQ on Friday, June 10. NRBQ (originally short for “New Rhythm and Blues Quartet”) formed in the mid-1960s and released their self-titled debutRead More →

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Fort Wayne City Councilwoman Sharon Tucker announced the upcoming Activate SouthEast (PASE) Fort Wayne project, an innovative program designed to engage and enable entrepreneurs to locate their service businesses in the southeast quadrant of Fort Wayne. town. The PASE Fort Wayne program has two components:Read More →

LOS ANGELES, CA—According to sources close to local man Clay Cole, his local classic rock station played a Creed song this morning, despite the 35-year-old’s recollection that Creed was popular “just, like , few years ago .” “Eh?” the man muttered to himself as the opening guitar riff began. “WaitRead More →

The live music economy – especially in the wake of a particularly disruptive pandemic that continues to confound the touring plans of many artists – is currently in a particularly complex situation. It also raises a number of questions about how musicians, booking agents and venues are making up forRead More →

Great seats just released for an exciting week of classic rock performances at the Ridgefield Playhouse fueled by the Pepsi Rock Series driven by North American Motor Car. Saturday April 30, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. – The zombies will bring new music never heard before and perform their timeless classicRead More →