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The legendary masters of magic, Penn & Teller, are ready to show you the wild, the wondrous, and the downright weird.
Classic rock stalwarts REO Speedwagon is in the midst of its 50th year as a band, and while they are taking that milestone in stride, they have noticed the fan response of late has been among the most vocal they have ever experienced. “Some of the audience reaction we’ve been getting has just blown me away,” admits REO frontman/chief songwriter
Since 1999, Styx has averaged well over 100 shows a year uninterrupted, and there’s no signs of them slowing down anytime soon. “To see a band that can do it live like Styx does — that really sets the standard for your expectations,” observes Styx keyboardist/vocalist Lawrence Gowan, who has played every single one of those aforementioned shows for the
The Doobie Brothers seem to be as popular today as they were during their 1970s heyday, and founding guitarist/vocalist Tom Johnston has a theory as to why that’s the case: It’s all about connecting with people. “That [decade] was the zenith of our career, and we were everywhere,” says Johnston. But the appeal of the band’s music hasn’t fizzled and
Pairing rock bands with orchestras in both the recording studio and in live settings is a relatively common practice these days. But 50 years ago, when The Moody Blues were approached by Decca Records to record a “rock version” of Dvořák’s 9th Symphony, it was considered to be a novel — and even risky — idea. The Moody Blues had
Is there anything Marlon Wayans can’t do? The actor, producer, comedian, writer, and director boasts a lifetime $736 million box office take domestically (Scary Movie, White Chicks, and A Haunted House and are among his many hits), but the man is not quite satisfied he’s reached his full potential just yet. “It’s not about being accepted by any select group
Country superstar Alan Jackson has been wowing audiences with his down-home mixture of traditional country singer-songwriter values and modern sonic sensibilities for 28 chart-topping years and counting. The native Georgian has sold more than 80 million albums to date and has also been named the CMA Entertainer of the Year three times (he’s one of only five artists to receive
Ronnie King can literally do it all. Call him the Swiss army knife of producers, someone who is equally adept working with rap legend Snoop Dogg and multi-octave vocal gymnast Mariah Carey as he is with punk iconoclasts Rancid and the Offspring. During his heyday behind the boards in Los Angeles, King held sway at rap labels like Ruthless and
Noted producer David Foster is known far and wide as “The Hit Man” — and for many good reasons. His C.V. reads like the veritable mega-hit parade of the last four decades: Earth, Wind & Fire’s After the Love Has Gone, Chicago’s Hard Habit to Break and You’re the Inspiration, Boz Scaggs’ Look What You’ve Done to Me, The Tubes’