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John Oates wasn't kidding when he said they draw all ages, and that's a testament to the duo's blue-eyed soul and '80s funk holding up.
Chatham Baroque’s Monteverdi program is an unusual and engaging theatrical experience.
The quartet from Yale, joined by clarinetist Todd Palmer, performed works by Charpentier, MacMillan and Brahms at Carnegie Music Hall.
Show finds frontman Isaac Brock in a cheerful, generous mood.
Aretha Franklin started out singing in the church and the Queen is still there, with pipes that raised the Heinz Hall roof.
Manfred Honeck was joined by his brother, Rainer, concertmaster of the Vienna Philharmonic, for Friday night’s Pittsburgh Symphony concert.
Frontman Les Claypool has said he was obsessed with the 1971 film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” which was came out when he was 7
Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal’s journey took pause at the Byham and those fortunate enough to attend experienced music in its purest form.
This is a remarkably well-maintained band, starting with 68-year-old frontman Justin Hayward.
Mr. Diamond is a crowd-pleaser and he delivered just about every hit people would want to hear just the way they want to hear them.
Lou Christie and Donnie Iris headlined the show Saturday at the Benedum.
The band reproduced the songs almost flawlessly, and there's a lot to them: lyrical piano passages, gloomy synths, and angular guitar riffs.