“You all know what I have been dealing with, and I can’t thank you enough for supporting me,” Kesha told her fans at the Aragon Wednesday night.
It’s been nearly two years since One Direction last toured to Styles’ current solo trek. In that time the singer has done a 180-degree about-face.
Besides intertwining dance into Gluck’s opera, the production also gives the story a modern frame.
Gaga: “Someone told me today I have the great honor of being the first woman ever to headline Wrigley Field. I’m so proud to stand here tonight.”
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day: “In all my life I never thought we’d get to play Wrigley Field. I’m so happy right now.”
Though Joel wryly apologized for not “having anything new to play,” no one would have wanted it anyway.
Kendrick Lamar, with this latest masterpiece “DAMN.,” continues to represent himself as an artist for the people.
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.”
A “cover” of Fleetwood Mac’s “Wish You Were Here” summed up the general sentiment of the night.
Singer Anthony Kiedis struggled through persistent vocal and monitor issues for more than half of the concert’s set.
On the title track, he apologizes to Beyonce for some of his past decisions.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers delivered a menu of songs that have anchored the classic rock radio format since its inception.
“I wondered if they like hip-hop at Ravinia,” the rapper joked midway during his rousing debut at the suburban concert destination Saturday night.