Paul McCartney kicked off his 2014 Out There tour on Saturday night (April 19th) in Montevideo, Uruguay. The show, which took place at Estadio Centenario, basically featured the same set as McCartney’s recent North American and Japanese shows, with a total of four songs from his 2013 New album featured in the setlist; the […]
EVERY DATE THIS WEEK IS A PALINDROME. LIKE TODAY IS 4/15/14, WHICH READS THE SAME FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS…
On Wednesday (April 9th) Billy Joel made the 10-minute motorcycle drive from his Centre Island home to catch the students of Glen Cove, Long Island’s Deasy Elementary School perform a tribute to him. The “Piano Man” was on hand for the kindergarten-through-second grade spring concert, The River Of Dreams: A Billy Joel Tribute, saluting […]
A STUDY FOUND THAT IF A WOMAN IS HITCHHIKING, SHE’LL GET PICKED UP FASTER IF SHE HAS LARGER BREASTS. THE LARGER THE BREASTS, THE FASTER SOMEONE STOPS. SHOCKING!
Paul McCartney has just announced the first four U.S. stops for his North American Out There Tour. The ongoing trek, which will hit South America, Japan, and South Korea over the next two months, has a total of four U.S. dates on the books for New Orleans, Louisiana on June 19th; Louisville, Kentucky on […]
Premiering tonight (April 8th) on PBS’ Great Performances is The Dave Clark Five And Beyond – Glad All Over. The documentary focuses on the Dave Clark Five who was the second act of the British Invasion to hit America. Dave Clark, who in the years following the group’s split has become one of Britain’s […]
It’s not even April, and it’s looking like the rock story of the year is Christine McVie returning to Fleetwood Mac after a 16-year hiatus. With a new studio album now in pre-production and a major North American tour booked for the fall, McVie spoke about rejoining her bandmates at last, telling Rolling Stone, “It […]