Daily Archives: April 17, 2017

Metallica adds Iowa benefit show to summer tour

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica has added one more date to its North American summer tour.

The metal legends will headline a benefit concert at the Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa, on June 9 to support

Phil Lesh, Eric Burdon confirmed to perform at 50th anniversary Monterey Pop festival

Another Planet Entertainment/ GoldenvoiceThe initial lineup for the 50th anniversary Monterey International Pop Festival has been confirmed, with performers set to perform at the event including three artists who played at the

Celebrate Renovations at Rare Earth Goods & Cafe During Their Open House April 19

Marquette, MI  –  April 17, 2017  –  With renovations complete, Rare Earth Goods & Cafe in Ishpeming is having an Open House! Stop in to the store between 10a and 2p to

Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman announce more North American tour dates

Credit: Deborah Anderson CreativeYes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman, the Yes spinoff group that until this week was known as ARW, has added a few dates to its recently

Guitarist Allan Holdsworth, dead at 70

David Redfern/RedfernsVirtuoso British guitarist Allan Holdsworth has died, according to a Facebook post Sunday from his daughter Louise. He was 70.

Holdworth was a guitarists' guitarist who worked from the late

Veteran progressive-rock guitarist Allan Holdsworth dead at 70

David Redfern/RedfernsVirtuoso British guitarist Allan Holdsworth has died, according to a Facebook post Sunday from his daughter Louise. He was 70.

Holdsworth was a guitarists' guitarist who worked from the late

Who-themed microphones signed by Daltrey and Townshend go up for bid today; bands announces new concert

Courtesy of Shure IncorporatedThe recently announced limited-edition Who-themed microphones created to celebrate of the 50th anniversary of Shure's popular SM58 mics can be purchased now at eBay.

A total of 300 of the