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Cousins Tonysha Nelson and Patavian Lewis are both working mothers, but with a major twist. Their job is performing around the world as singers with their legendary grandfather, cosmic-funk pioneer and 1997 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee George Clinton. Now 76, Clinton announced in April he... [Read More]
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Earth, Wind & Fire, the band known for such hits as "Shining Star" and "After the Love is Gone," will perform at the ninth annual gala for the Palace Theatre in Stamford. The Grammy-winning group, which has sold more than 100 million albums, is bringing its pop, soul and jazz fusion to fans at the Stamford venue on Wednesday, May 30. One of the best-selling bands of all time, Earth, Wind & Fire got its start in Chicago in 1969. The group went on to release 23 albums and earned induction in the Rock and Roll... [Read More]
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On Sunday, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum will play host to the Catch Meaning Music Festival. The multi-band concert will take place on the hall's new outdoor stage and will feature The Floozies, Ripe, Aaron Benjamin, The Vindys, MalcUpNext, The Butterfly Experiment and winners of the recent Tri-C High School Rock-Off, Montage. [Read More]
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When you see that the visits of David Crosby to Infinity Hall in Hartford and Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield are called "David Crosby and Friends - Sky Trails Tour," you get excited. The guy has played with some influential dudes in his time. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was a founding member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash (throw in Neil Young, too) and one of the best rock songwriters of all time. "Sky Trails" is the album he released in the fall, led by opening tune "She's Got To Be Somewhere."... [Read More]
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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled an ambitious live music schedule that begins with the Catch Meaning Festival and is topped by the inaugural InCuya Music Festival. [Read More]
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CLEVELAND– Cleveland rocks.. especially in the summer! Rock Hall Live! is taking center stage Memorial Day to Labor Day and the Roll and Roll Hall of Fame says the lineup includes more live concerts, festivals and events. Highlights of the summer lineup are  performances from 2009 Inductee Wanda Jackson (with Nashville all-female trio Bang!Bang!), 2015 Inductee Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts), and 2014 Inductee John Oates (Hall & Oates), as well as country rocker Jesse Dayton, and Sum 41... [Read More]
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Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen and his band mates don't care a whit about being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The band, which is sharing co-headlining chores at Quicken Loans Arena with inductee Journey on Monday, is focused on doing what they do: making music. [Read More]
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Billboard thinks she's an icon. Rock Hall voters continue to play dumb. [Read More]
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A Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer and music legend, George Clinton has spent the better part of the last five decades on the road around the world. As someone who has seen every part of America he has a lot to say about the current prescription drugs crisis. [Read More]
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Tuesday: David Crosby at Paramount Theatre. Given that he's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it might come as a slight surprise that last year's "Sky Trails" was just Crosby's sixth solo album. Of course he's best-known as a member of ensembles such as the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, but in his 70s he's become surprisingly interested in expanding his own catalog, with three of those... [Read More]
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Chagrin Falls High School had a magical night filled with music, dancing, food and fun. [Read More]
Yahoo Music caught up with Jane Wiedlin and Charlotte Caffey to discuss sexism, ageism, and why the Go-Go's really belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. [Read More]
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The Stanley Hotel and iHeart Radio are pleased to announce an evening with the legendary two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Graham Nash. [Read More]
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Fleet Foxes' first time in Pittsburgh equaled a night of exquisite indie-rock.Robin Pecknold's pretty voice, enhanced by the golden harmonies of his bandmates, especially bassist Christian Wargo, mesmerized a Benedum Center audience content to stay in its seats.This wasn't a night loaded with showmanship — certainly a far cry from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Byrne and his marching band dancing for 90 minutes four nights earlier on that same stage. But... [Read More]
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By Brandy McDonnell A version of this story appares in Friday's Weekend Life section of The Oklahoman. Happy 'Trails': Folk-rock legend David Crosby heads for Oklahoma in support of his third new album in less than four years On one of his new songs, "She's Got to Be Somewhere," David Crosby croons evocatively of a frozen, falling angel whose "wings begin to open just before she runs out of sky." At age 76, the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer certain hasn't run out of songs or the desire to write, play and sing them. "I... [Read More]
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