Yes Being Grandiose at the Intimate Magnolia Theater

Yes remain the poster band for grandiose progressive rock majesty in both visual and sonic presentation. At their height filling stadia (complete with an articulating hamburger bun ... Continue Reading →

Priscilla

As perhaps the most pivotal entertainer in American history, the story of Elvis Presley has been told from countless angles. Here the story is told by his wife, Priscilla. Written, ... Continue Reading →

Stop Making Sense

The list of universally acclaimed concert films is notoriously short. This is for obvious reasons. The ability to capture on film in two dimensions the excitement and transient nature ... Continue Reading →

The Man Behind the Spectacle of U2 at Sphere

Four decades of progressively over the top productions reach a peak in Las Vegas     The guy who has brought U2 to life in concert since the band left forever the club scene ... Continue Reading →

Jamestown Revival – Triumphant Return to The Belly Up

On their 7th (or is it 8th?) sold out gig at Belly Up the band and audience celebrated their mutual love affair. Acknowledging that such support seemed unmatched at any other venue, ... Continue Reading →

Seven Decades of Jethro Tull at Rady Shell

Back when I first saw Jethro Tull in 1972 the band was building its reputation as one of the most consistent live acts in rock. Over the ensuing decades Ian Anderson has helmed the ... Continue Reading →

Micky Dolenz: The Last Man Standing, Keeping The Monkees Flame Alive

Micky. The last man standing from the Prefab Four. As in ‘prefabricated.’ But time has proven that tossed off moniker as ill-advised. The Monkees have been embraced over the decades ... Continue Reading →

10,000,000 Beatles Fans Can’t Be Wrong – Revisiting the Refreshed LOVE

The astonishing gymnastics and presentation by Cirque du Soleil have changed, but of course the Beatles music remains timeless. The production (exclusively at The Mirage in Las Vegas) ... Continue Reading →