'Decades Rock Live' bridges generations of performers and fans
"Steve and I go back a long way," Summers says. "The people at the Taj Mahal have been great. We'd like to stay at the Taj and continue this for many seasons to come. It's funny, I've gone full-circle. I moved out here 14 years ago to make it big in Hollywood, and here I am producing shows back in New Jersey."
The next Decades Rock Live will take place June 23, honoring Lynyrd Skynyrd with guests Three Doors Down, Bo Bice, and Hank Williams, Jr. Future shows are being planned to honor the Pretenders, Hall and Oates and Earth, Wind and Fire.
The Decades Rock Live concert takes place this Friday, May 19, with Elvis Costello, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Fiona Apple and Death Cab for Cutie. Show time is 9pm. Ticket prices are $100, $85, and $50. Call Ticketmaster at 1-800-736-1420 or visit online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Interview the classic rock band's Gary Pihl.
On a mini-tour that is scheduled to swing through Atlantic City at the Borgata on Saturday, March 24, Fiona Apple talks to AC Weekly from the SXSW festival in Austin. Fans: A New album is on the way!
“We love playing the songs people really want to hear,” Navarro says. “We’re playing some new stuff and we’re definitely going back to our older material.”
One of the faults of contemporary rock is that there is lack of danger and unpredictability and that’s never been the case at an Iggy Pop (or Stooges) show. You never know what Pop (aka James Osterberg), will do when he’s under the lights.
The Wrecking Crüe
Laughing with George Lopez
Fight Night at Boardwalk Hall