B.B. King (1925 – 2015) was the famous American blues singer, electric guitarist, songwriter, and record producer. King introduced a sophisticated style of soloing based on fluid string bending and shimmering vibrato that influenced many later electric blues guitarists. King was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987, and is considered one   Read More …

So hard to find an oldies gig these days! Good fun, great vibes, positive energy! Golden music is still a hit in Vegas, where the biggest oldies musicians have concerts these days. Vegas is much more than games and online casino, Vegas is a fascinating entertainment hub! Check out the next exciting concerts: 1. Smokey   Read More …

Las Vegas has it all: exclusive hotels, inspiring people, top casinos, being the ultimate dream of online casino players, and amazing live music. Over the decades, the biggest names in entertainment have played the Las Vegas Strip. But who are the greatest of the great? Here is the top realized by Culture Trip. 1. Frank   Read More …

The Recording Academy announced on Thursday (Jan. 31) that Diana Ross will give a “very special performance” at the upcoming Grammy Awards. She will celebrate her 75th birthday. The music icon joins an already packed list of performers for the 61st annual awards show, which will be hosted by Alicia Keys and will be broadcast on CBS on Feb. 10 at   Read More …

MARCH: Holland: Thu 14th Amsterdam – AFAS Live Tickets APRIL: Germany: Sat 6th Lingen Emsland – Arena Tickets Mon 8th Berlin – Friedrichstadtpalast Tickets Wed 10th Neustadt Saalbau – Neustadt Tickets Thu 11th Ulm – Ratiopharm Arena Tickets Fri 12th Erfurt – Thuringenhalle Tickets Sat 13th Regensburg – Audimax Tickets Mon 15th Cottbus – Stadthalle   Read More …

Did you know that… •  35 per cent of all Christmas No. 1s have been cover songs? •  Only four acts have ever had multiple Christmas No. 1s: The Beatles, Queen, Cliff Richard and Spice Girls? •  “Last Christmas” by Wham! is the best-selling UK single never to reach number one? •  “Fairytale of New   Read More …

It is impossible to pinpoint the exact birth of rock and roll music. This, of course, is because it was a union of different music genres and styles, spawning an entirely new type of sound. However, while it’s difficult to tell when rock music truly found its footing, it is a lot easier to look   Read More …

4th October – 18th November 2018 Proud Central, London Proud Galleries is delighted to announce ‘The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society’, an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary multi-format release of The Kinks’ sixth studio album, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. On display is a selection of rare collector’s items including   Read More …

An interview with Eric Lerner, author of “Matters of Vital Interest” – the latest Leonard Cohen book: Q: Why did you write the book? A: During the last years of Leonard’s life, I got really sick and we found ourselves in the same tight spot, dazed and struggling to write. I was sick as well   Read More …

“Wasn’t That a Time: The Weavers, the Blacklist, and the Battle for the Soul of America” by Jesse Jarnow is the dramatic untold story of the Weavers, the hit-making folk-pop quartet destroyed with the aid of the United States government—and who changed the world, anyway. Following a series of top 10 hits that became instant American   Read More …

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