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Stage Buzz: Livestream Buzz – July 13-19 • Mastodon, Beartooth, Bob Dylan, Psychostick, Ed Sheeran, The Vaccines

Stage Buzz: Livestream Buzz – July 13-19 • Mastodon, Beartooth, Bob Dylan, Psychostick, Ed Sheeran, The Vaccines

| July 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

  Pandora and State Farm present “Pandora Live” featuring Ed Sheeran with Tones and I and Maisie Peters on July 13.  RSVP for the free event here. Beartooth performs cuts from their new album Below, along with classic tracks during their “The Journey Below” livestream on Wednesday, July 14 at 7 PM. Get tickets and exclusive […]

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Stage Buzz: Livestream Buzz May 17-23

Stage Buzz: Livestream Buzz May 17-23

| May 17, 2021 | 0 Comments

A rare Monday VIP Livestream commences at the “Night of Covenant House Stars,” a virtual gala on Monday, May 17 featuring appearances by Jon Bon Jovi, Charlie Day, Jewel, Audra McDonald, Dolly Parton, Vanessa Williams, Sara Bareilles, Chita Rivera, Dionne Warwick, and more. RSVP to the event here. Philly’s acclaimed Disco Biscuits added a last-minute hometown […]

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Cover Story: George Thorogood

Cover Story: George Thorogood

| December 31, 2020 | 0 Comments

By all accounts, it was a triumphant prodigal-son homecoming: The night of November 23, 1982. when the newly-crowned Tazmanian Devil of roadhouse-scruffy blues George Thorogood and his backing band The Destroyers tornadoed back into their adopted hometown of Boston sprawling, 27-song set at a club then known as the Bradford Ballroom. After making his mark […]

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Spins: Bob Dylan • Rough and Rowdy Ways

Spins: Bob Dylan • Rough and Rowdy Ways

| July 9, 2020 | 1 Comment

Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways (Columbia) In 2012, Bob Dylan released his 35th studio album Tempest. The collection was loaded with potent songs like “Pay in Blood,” “Scarlet Town,” and “Early Roman Kings” that served Dylan well during stops on his Never Ending Tour. The album earned stellar marks from musicologists, but despite a […]

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Cover Story: Lucinda Williams

Cover Story: Lucinda Williams

| April 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Many artists — when looking back on their catalogs — often wish that they could have done better, compositionally speaking. Hindsight, of course, is 20/20. But when Grammy-winning folk-rocker Lucinda Williams undertook her comprehensive tour last year, celebrating the 20th anniversary of her landmark third Car Wheels on a Gravel Road effort, she never once […]

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Live Review: Bob Dylan at Credit Union 1 Arena

Live Review: Bob Dylan at Credit Union 1 Arena

| October 31, 2019 | 6 Comments

Bob Dylan Credit Union 1 Arena, Chicago, IL October 30, 2019 After several local visits promoting his excursions through standards from the Great American Songbook and Frank Sinatra’s repertoire, Bob Dylan returned to Chicago with a show focused on his own celebrated catalog of original material. Fans entered Credit Union 1 Arena (formerly UIC Pavilion) […]

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Cover Story: Sam Fender

Cover Story: Sam Fender

| October 31, 2019 | 2 Comments

Ostensibly, this is an article about British rock newcomer Sam Fender and his brilliant, one-in-a-million debut disc, Hypersonic Missiles – easily the best album of the year. Nothing can touch it; it’s so far ahead of the pack. But it’s also a moment where we can’t help but break with a few staid journalistic traditions […]

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Live Review: Bob Dylan/Mavis Staples @ Ravinia

Live Review: Bob Dylan/Mavis Staples @ Ravinia

| June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Bob and Mavis tag-team in Highland Park…

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File: May 2013

File: May 2013

| May 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Bob Dylan, Butchershop Quartet, Jeff Buckley and more.

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Hello, My Name Is Kinky

Hello, My Name Is Kinky

| March 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kinky Friedman talks Bob Dylan and his political aspirations for 2014

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Dylan was young!

Dylan was young!

| October 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

Just as a 69-year-old man named Bob Dylan rolls into the Riviera Theatre on Saturday, his record label digs up a body of work by someone of the same name and nearly 50-years younger.

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