The couple will bring nearly four-decades of collaborative experience to the stage of the Arcada Theatre.
Billy Idol, Eddie Vedder and operatic tenor Alfie Boe are expected to join the Who co-founder in an orchestral performance of the concept album.
Cooper has described his music as a blend of the Yardbirds, the Who, the Beatles, ‘West Side Story,” “Salem’s Lot,” villainy and slapstick.
2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the Welsh band’s third studio album “Eye of the Hurricane.”
Recent reports from the Revolution Radio tour suggest that the band has the goods to deliver a rowdy rock show to rattle Wrigley’s scoreboard.
At 72 and newly relocated from England to France, Innes hasn’t approached anything resembling retirement.
Cheap Trick’s barnstorming new album “We’re All Alright!” shows the electrifying range of the band.
The reignited band has been active since early 2016, with key former members including guitarist Doug Gillard and drummer Kevin March.
The unflinching artist also borrowed liberally from his legacy with Pink Floyd to present his most provocative social message ever.
A bevy of hits filled the set, and the band was ferocious from the jump with “Hammer to Fall.”
The group’s current lineup is helmed by tuba and upright bass player Ben Jaffe, son of founding members Allan and Sandra Jaffe.
The band’s newest and fifth album “Humanz” expands Daman Albarn’s fusion of rock, hip-hop, Brit-pop and island music.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers delivered a menu of songs that have anchored the classic rock radio format since its inception.
The Church is likely to continue its inward, spiritual journey rather than transition to confrontational protest music like countrymen Midnight Oil.