Post Tagged with: "Concerts"

Shows I'll Never Forget: U2, March 28, 2005

by Tom Johnson, at the San Diego Sports Arena We drove over to San Diego on a Sunday night, not really getting on the road until about 8 p.m. I had been hoping for more like 4 p.m., maybe 6 p.m.

Tony Levin on “Big Time,” “Thrak,” “Late in the Evening” + others: Gimme Five

Tony Levin on “Big Time,” “Thrak,” “Late in the Evening” + others: Gimme Five

Tony Levin, bassist with Peter Gabriel and King Crimson, joins us to discuss five key tracks from his remarkable career.

Todd Rundgren sets tour dates, will perform two complete albums

Todd Rundgren sets tour dates, will perform two complete albums

Photo from Todd Rundgren’s MySpace page by Something Else Reviews Todd Rundgren has announced five spring concerts, during which he will perform a pair of albums in their entirety, Todd and Healing. The first-ever live stagings of these two releases, held in September of last year, found Rundgren on stage with Greg Hawkes of the Cars, Kasim Sulton of Utopia,Read More

Shows I'll Never Forget: Pat Metheny, Oct, 20, 2010

Shows I'll Never Forget: Pat Metheny, Oct, 20, 2010

by Mark Saleski, at Binghamton University, Vestal, N.Y. Oh dear, I was this close to feeling disappointed. I loved the Orchestrion concept and music so much that tickets were procured and a trip was planned (across southern New Hampshire, Vermont, and all the way out past Albany to Binghamton, NY) to see what Pat Metheny would do with his creationRead More

Shows I’ll Never Forget: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, April 22, 2009

by Mark Saleski, in Boston You know, every time I go to a Bruce show, I come out of there thinking it was the best one ever. A few days later, after the adrenaline levels drop back to normal, memories of past concerts come back into focus: “Wait… what about back in…?” This time, the adrenaline obliterated by not nearlyRead More

Backstage with blues legend B.B. King: Something Else! Interview

Backstage with blues legend B.B. King: Something Else! Interview

The concert had been over for hours, forever. But B.B. King was just getting started.

U2/Green Day, “The Saints Are Coming” (2006): One Track Mind

They opened up the building and we streamed through the turnstiles, tickets and hats and signs in hand. We bought Dome Foam, personal pizzas, and peanuts. So much of that was similar to other days in this place, as the New Orleans Saints played their first home game of the 2006 NFL season. But, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina,Read More

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