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Jeff Elbel - For the Sun-Times

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At 77, the singer and songwriter maintains a youthful spirit and continues to keep the flame for Yes music alive while creating new work of his own.
“Everybody Wants to Rule the World” has received rapturous response for decades, and the band still relishes performing it.
The ailing Collins has revealed that this tour will be his last with Genesis, with no plans to record new music with his bandmates.
Irascible at any age, Dylan said precious little during his Wednesday night concert in Chicago. He simply walked onstage and began playing songs, introducing new ones and subverting his classics.
Here’s a look at some of the highlights from the final day of the music festival in Douglass Park.
Riot Fest returned to Douglass Park on Thursday with music, a carnival, wedding chapel and more.
Amid steady activity, Elkington has completed his second solo album. Recorded at Wilco’s studio The Loft, “Ever-Roving Eye” is available beginning Friday from the Paradise of Bachelors label.
Campbell is forging ahead with an album and tour by the Dirty Knobs — a longstanding band composed of talented friends from Los Angeles. For nearly 15 years, the Knobs have played hometown shows during the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ downtime.