While Black Sabbath is a fan, Mac Sabbath is not trying to fill any kind of gap now that the metal gods have retired.
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The late singer-songwriter’s manager says the shows at Buckley’s first local venue, Uncommon Ground, “keep Jeff’s memory alive.”
The MC5 lineup also includes guitarist Kim Thayil, drummer Brendan Canty, bassist Billy Gould and singer Marcus Durant.
Stansfield’s songs have been placed in more than 32 movie soundtracks.
The ‘Breakfast Club’ band, headed to Chicago for a rare American concert, thinks fondly of the ‘Breakfast Club’ creator, John Hughes.
The arena-level group will take the Vic stage to unveil ‘Evolution,’ a set that shows ‘some different sides to the band.’
A forerunner of protest music and patron saint of social activism is in the midst of her last tour at a time when America needs her voice most.
Meet three innovative programs among the many preparing kids for the festival — and for a lifetime of expressing themselves with art.
Chicago’s Liz Phair finds herself returning to her stomping grounds for this weekend at Riot Fest.
This tour, Adam Duritz says, is about celebrating 25 years of the band. The group is known to change songs mid-concert, never duplicating a set list.
Eddie Vedder to a sold-out Wrigley Field crowd: “There’s always so much joy in this place.”
Leader Dicky Barrett says his thoughts about a divided world fueled the band’s new album.
It was incredibly fulfilling to see Billy Corgan back with the sorely-missed guitarist James Iha and mastercraft drummer Jimmy Chamberlin.
When they weren’t collaborating on numbers, Beyonce and Jay-Z took turns delivering snapshots of their solo hits.