Month: February 2018

‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ Glen Campbell Dies After The Battle Of Alzheimer

Glen Travis Campbell brought country music. He saw success prior to embarking on a solo career which included smashes Gentle On My Head, Galveston, Wichita Lineman and Rhinestone Cowboy and that landed him. Campbell died at 81, according to some Universal Music publicist. Plumley issued this statement from Campbell’s family: “It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce …

Steven Van Zandt Stone In ‘Not Fade Away’

A-listers abound in the nonstop music, the true star of the film while no Hollywood heavyweights were enlisted to play the aspiring rockers in Not Fade Away. The Display pulsates with a soundtrack that showcases ’60s icons Bo Diddley, The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison and James Brown. Moby Grape, …

Pearl Jam, Boston Cancel N.C. Concerts Over Anti-LGBT Legislation

Pearl Jam is adding a list such as The Boss, that continue to show support for LBGT communities in states enacting legislation that is discriminatory and their name. The stone band declared late Monday they’ll be devoting their Wednesday show in Raleigh, N.C. on account of  the state’s new “bathroom bill,’ broadly perceived as discriminatory against …

Jets Promote QB Coach Jeremy Bates To Offensive Coordinator

Jeremy Bates is getting another chance. The New York Jets encouraged the quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator Wednesday. The group hired Rick Dennison as Steve Jackson and offensive line coach/run game coordinator as assistant defensive backs coach. Bates will continue his responsibilities. Bates takes over an offense that ranked 28th overall and fought with consistency …

Pearl Jam, Boston Offset N.C. Concerts Over Anti-LGBT Legislation

Pearl Jam is adding a list such as The Boss, who continue to show support for LBGT communities in states enacting legislation that is discriminatory and their name. The stone band announced late Monday they will be devoting their Wednesday show in Raleigh, N.C. due to   the state’s new “toilet bill,’ widely perceived as discriminatory against …

Fifty Years Ago, The Beatles Made Musical History And Came Into My City

And there they were. The Fab Four. The Mop Tops. The rock band there ever was. And they were in the playground behind my school. It was February of 1967, and rumors were swirling around our school a town about 25 miles southeast of London. Many boys had seen some black Mini Coopers with darkened …

Salah, The Prolific Frontman Making Liverpool’s ‘Fab 4’ Sing

There is a new “Fab Four” which makes Liverpool sing — and this time, there is no question which member is the biggest celebrity. Many fans of The Beatles think John Lennon has been the driving force behind the Liverpudlian group that became a phenomenon in the 1960s. Others lean to Paul McCartney. Mohamed Salah …

Pearl Jam, Boston Offset N.C. Concerts Over Anti-LGBT Legislation

Pearl Jam is adding their name to a list of celebrities, including The Boss, that continue to demonstrate support for communities in countries enacting legislation that is discriminatory. The stone band announced late Monday they’ll be canceling their Wednesday series in Raleigh, N.C. due to   the state’s new “toilet bill,’ widely perceived as discriminatory against gays …