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ZZ Top Reschedules Vegas Residency

ZZ Top has announced that their March 20 - 28 residency at The Venetian Theatre inside The Venetian® Las Vegas has been rescheduled out of an abundance of caution. A statement from the band reads,...

Craft Recordings Launches Tribute To Gospel Truth Records

Running through Gospel Heritage Month in September, the campaign includes the digital release of 25 albums, plus special playlists, videos and a forthcoming compilation on vinyl and CD

Tampa Bay Blues Festival Rescheduled

"We did everything within our power to save the event."

Led Zeppelin Wins Long-Running Copyright Battle for “Stairway to Heaven”

A US appeals court has ruled in Led Zeppelin's favor after a lengthy copyright dispute over whether the band ripped off the opening riff in "Stairway to Heaven." The song in question is called "Taurus" by...

Watch Wilco and Sleater-Kinney Announce Co-Headlining Tour

Wilco and Sleater-Kinney have announced a co-headlining tour, spanning from August 6 to August 29. Their "It's Time" tour begins at the First Interstate Center for the Arts in Spokane, Washington and ends at the Millennium Park...

Vanessa Carlton to Bring Love Is An Art Tour to Chicago for 2 Nights

The current leg of this promotional tour will feature Carlton drawing from her new album, but she will undoubtedly come armed with an arsenal of seasoned hits.

Bob Dylan Set to Tour U.S. With Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Bob Dylan has announced a 2020 tour in the U.S. with soulful roots rockers Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. Hot Club of Cowtown, a Western swing trio who toured with Dylan back in 2004, will also...

Influential Jazz Pianist McCoy Tyner Dies at 81

Tyner's two-handed forays and use of modes are recognized as some of the most innovative in jazz history. 

Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers Back on Tour, Slated to Play Chicago Theatre Two...

On the heels of their NPR Tiny Desk Concert, Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers are back for a 22-date tour. They will make their return to the iconic Chicago Theatre March 11 and 12. With...

Al Jardine will bring Endless Summer Tour to City Winery Chicago

When Jardine returns to the City Winery Chicago, he’ll be supported by singer Matt Jardine, his son, and keyboardist Debbie Shair. No doubt, when he draws from A Postcard from California, he will illustrate his remarkable career through anecdotes and powerful visuals.
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