Hot on the heels of the Grateful Dead’s “final” Fare Thee Well concerts in Chicago, three of the band’s surviving members announced plans to continue performing together under a new name. The project, dubbed Dead and Company, will star Grateful Dead staples Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann and kick off with a bang the week of Halloween 2015.
Born to Run 40 Years
Released on Aug. 25, 1975, Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run” marked a turning point in the now-iconic performer’s career. While the New Jersey native had previously been considered a commercially unsuccessful critical darling, the release of “Born to Run” launched him to mainstream success and cemented him as a veritable rock and roll icon.
Just in time for the 2015 holiday season, Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be back on the road this November with a brand new show. TSO will launch its annual tour on Nov. 18, and for the second year in a row, the progressive rock outfit will be debuting a new touring production. This year’s live venture will mark the first time “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” is performed i… more
Roger Waters Live
Pink Floyd fans are going to have a lot to look forward to in the next year. Following David Gilmour's July announcement of a new album and tour to launch this fall, bassist Roger Waters is now making noise about doing the same in 2016.
In an Aug. 2 interview with Israeli newspaper Haaretz, Waters made it clear that he plans to head out on the road for another international concer… more
Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour recently announced his intentions to tour North America in 2016, and the exciting news has us looking back on the vibrant career of this iconic classic rock guitarist. He’ll be putting out a new album later this year to coincide with the tour, but with a career spanning decades of Pink Floyd and solo work, he already has plenty of major hits to ch… more