The Rolling Stones will play the newly-refurbished, 18,000-seat Hollywood Bowl on Sunday, November 6, 2005, as part of their US tour. This marks the second appearance by the Stones at the venerable Hollywood concert venue. Last time was July 25, 1966, when Mick Jagger was turning 23. Tickets will range from $63 to $450, and will be on sale June 27 through Ticketmaster.
Here's a direct link for the Hollywood Bowl show.
The Eagles new DVD, Live In Melbourne, released June 14, following initial TV airings on NBC and Bravo, has debuted at Number One on the Music Video chart, with 115,000 scanned, outselling their nearest competitor, Paul McCartney, over four times, in its first week of release. As well as being the second highest selling debut week for a straight music DVD (not audio CD/DVD), according to Nielsen SoundScan, it was the highest selling DVD for the week of any genre/format.
The album, Very Best Of The Eagles, has moved to number 39 in the Top 200, up nearly 20 places from last week's number 57, with sales almost doubled, from 18,000 last week to 26,000 this week. Warners racked up 60,000 orders yesterday (June 21) alone.
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We have another Eagles Box Set to give away. The Box Set includes the CDs Eagles, Desperado, On The Border, One Of These Nights, Hotel California, The Long Run and Eagles Live. A bonus CD features "Please Come Home For Christmas" and "Funky New Year."
Grand prize is the box set. First runner-up will receive a DVD concert from the Eagles concert in Melbourne and a Rockphiles mousepad. Second runner-up will receive the Eagles DVD concert. Please note that the DVD only supports region 1 players.
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Amazon has the DVD available for pre-order at this link: Eagles Live DVD
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Follow this link to view full length clips of No More Cloudy Days, Take It Easy and Desperado from the recent concert in Melbourne. The other clips are the original videos.
The man who invented the electric guitar, Les Paul, will celebrate his 90th birthday with a full-on guitar bash at famed Carnegie Hall. Hosted by Gibson Guitars, and scheduled for June 19 (ten days after Les' 90th on June 9) the concert will feature, among others, Jose Feliciano, Steve Lukather, Peter Frampton, Steve Miller, Neil Schon, Edgar Winter, Derek Trucks, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and 'special guests.' Joe Walsh has been added to the line-up, with more expected.
www.festivalproductions.net (Look in What's New - first article.)
Smokey Robinson has recently released a definitive collection of his best-loved songs, both solo and from his days as the lead singer for Motown giants, The Miracles. Titled My World: The Definitive Collection, tracks include two new songs, "Fallin'" and "My World." Among the classics are "Ooh, Baby, Baby," "Shop Around," "Tears of a Clown," "I Second That Emotion," and "Cruisin'."
Clips are below. Once again, a killer collection from a master of the art.
Follow this link to the message board for the full press release.
Follow this link to buy My World.
Styx has released a rock 'n' roll songbook, featuring a collection of band favorites from the 60s and 70s. Songs include "I Am The Walrus," "Can't Find My Way Home," "I Can See For Miles," "Summer In The City," "A Salty Dog," "Manic Depression," "Locomotive Breath," "Wishing Well," "I Don't Need No Doctor" and "One Way Out."
Also included are CSN's "Find The Cost Of Freedom," Willie Dixon's "It Don't Make Sense (You Can't Make Peace)," and "Talkin' About The Good Times" from the 60s Brit bluesers, The Pretty Things.
Clips here - great stuff:
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See entire press release at this link .