‘Sticky Fingers Live at The Fonda Theatre 2015’ Is Sure To “Stick” In Any Rock Aficionado’s Music Library

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Eagle Rock Entertainment opened its “vaults” again this past September and pulled another archived concert from The Rolling Stones for audiences. The concert in question is the band’s landmark performance of its seminal 1971 album Sticky Fingers at the Fonda Theatre. Originally recorded May 20, 2015, this concert marked the first time that...

December 21st, 2017
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Black Sabbath’s Final Concert Proves Its Legacy Will Never “End”

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Black Sabbath is easily one of the most important and influential acts in the modern history of rock. For almost half a century, the British hard rock outfit entertained audiences the world over and influenced countless other acts. That is even with the band’s numerous lineup change throughout the years. This past February, the band — with 3/4...

December 15th, 2017
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Lewis Black’s Fans Will Enjoy His Latest Live Recording Now And In The “Future”

Courtesy: MVDVisual/MVD Entertainment Group/Comedy Central By Philip Sayblack It goes without saying that Lewis Black is one of the most iconic figures in the history of stand-up comedy. Black’s sharp wit and delivery have made him stand out starkly from his counterpart and in turn made him a favorite among audiences the world over. This has led to a hugely successful career that continues to this...

December 8th, 2017
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PBS’ Richard Sherman In-Studio Concert Will Leave Audiences “Singing” Its Praises

Courtesy: PBS/Public Media Distribution By Philip Sayblack John Williams. Hans Zimmer. The Sherman Brothers. One thing connects each of these names: each name is among the movie industry’s great musical minds. Each has composed some of the most well-known and beloved themes that audiences have ever heard. This past September, PBS and Public Media Distribution brought audiences a very special profile...

December 7th, 2017
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Les Paul 2006 Tribute Concert Comes Up Short In Its Attempt To Honor A Legend

Courtesy: MVDVisual/MVD Entertainment Group By Philip Sayblack Les Paul is an American Master. Period. For decades, Paul has been known as “one of the music industry’s greatest minds, having created one of the industry’s most well-known and respected guitar lines. He also was responsible for recording tech that has become the standard across the board. On June 18, 2006, a concert was held —...

November 30th, 2017
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The Who’s First Ever ‘Tommy’ Full Concert Will Impress Rock Fans Of All Ages

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack In late spring of 1969, rock band The Who released what has since become one of the most beloved and important albums in its extensive catalogue when it released Tommy. the 24-song, 75-minute opus was a dramatic turning point for the band because it was at a point in its life at which it was growing in age and maturity, and thus trying to stay...

November 29th, 2017
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Sting Gives Audiences Plenty To Appreciate In His Latest Live Recording

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Veteran musician/actor Sting has been entertaining audiences the world over for the better part of four decades on the stage and screen. Over the course of that time, Sting (A.K.A. Gordon Thomas Matthew Sumner) has earned countless accolades and seemingly endless acclaim for his work. Now with the release of his latest live recording, Live at the...

November 29th, 2017
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Spock’s Beard Offers Audiences Another Solid Live Effort In ‘Snow Live’

By Philip Sayblack On Aug. 27, 2002, veteran prog-rock outfit Spock’s Beard released what has since come to be known by the band’s fans as one of its most pivotal albums when it released the simply titled, yet complex concept album Snow. The two-disc record was the last for then front man Neal Morse, who left the band for a solo career not too long after its release. Just this month, the band...

November 22nd, 2017
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‘Alive At 25’ Is Enjoyable For Its Visual, Not Audio, Experience

Courtesy: MVD Entertainment Group/Cleopatra Records This past August, veteran rock act Jane’s Addiction marked a major milestone with the 25th anniversary of the release of its seminal 1990 studio recording Ritual de lo Habitual.  Originally released Aug. 21, 1990, the album has gone on to become one of its most important albums if not its most important album.  In celebration of its release,...

November 9th, 2017
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‘Live in Prague’ Will “Score” With Zimmer’s Fans And Movie Buffs Alike

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment By Philip Sayblack Hans Zimmer is one of the most respected and sought after composers in the entertainment industry today.  With credits reaching all the way back to 1982’s Moonlighting, which starred Jeremy Irons, and as recent as 2017’s Genius, which recently aired on National Geographic Channel and starred Johnny Flynn and Geoffrey Rush as the young and...

October 29th, 2017
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