Teresa Aguilar/AEG LiveThe Who‘s Roger Daltrey played a rocking concert at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia on Monday night that raised money for the Teen Cancer America charity he co-founded with band mate Pete Townshend. The event included a very special onstage collaboration, as Joan Jett, who opened the show with her group The Blackhearts, joined Daltrey during his encore for a rendition of the Eddie Cochrane classic “Summertime Blues.”
Roger’s set was made up mostly of well-known Who songs, including “Behind Blue Eyes,” “Pinball Wizard,” “Squeeze Box,” “You Better You Bet,” “Who Are …read moreRead More
Image Courtesy of Norman SeeffHeart currently is playing a run of late-summer U.S. concert in the Midwest and Northeast that winds down on August 13 in Kettering, Ohio, but the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers have extended their 2014 itinerary well into the fall. The Wilson sisters and their band will launch a West Coast tour that’s mapped out from a September 13 concert in Saratoga, California, through a September 26 show in Pomona, California.
That outing also will make stops in a couple of other California cities, as well as in Oregon …read moreRead More
Atlantic/Swan SongThe Led Zeppelin reissue campaign will continue this fall, when the band releases remastered and expanded versions of their fourth and fifth studio albums, 1971′s Led Zeppelin IV and 1973′s Houses of the Holy. The deluxe sets, which will hit stores on October 28, will include bonus discs featuring previously unreleased mixes and studio outtakes.
As with the first installment of the reissue series, which came out in June, the new releases will be available in a variety of formats. These include a single CD version; a deluxe edition, which boasts …read moreRead More