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Sharon shook the crowd to its core.
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She still wails like a jilted banshee left stranded on the moors.
The album is aggressive, cohesive and surprisingly meaningful.
"You don’t play the same songs at a funeral procession that you would play at a Mardi Gras parade."
The Who essentially headlined the star-studded night of performances, which also featured Tony Bennett, Kiss and Natalie Cole.
One bad name. Four walloping guitars. A ton of emotion.
The neo-psychedelic outfit frequently dip into covers of hits by Gary Numan and Joy Division.
"That’s what we want. We want to be that authentic stuff ... To me, if you can’t sing a note right, why the hell are ...
A breath of fresh air: Forever vaults Alesso far above his peers.
The English DJ/producer's latest is a fascinating, moving journey enhanced by headphones and solitude.
Local music scene out of hibernation.
The early bird gets the coveted passes to next year's festival.
The musician's five-week tour finale was all rainbows and sunshine clouds—literally.
The 66-year-old singer sounded better than he did at House of Blues in 2002 or the Hilton in '05.