The House of Blues' Backstage venue will host a free concert May 20 featuring the ex-Live frontman.
Kowalczyk, whose band Live was one of the biggest acts during the 1990s, with more than 20 million albums sold around the world, and monster hits including, "Dolphin’s Cry,” “Lightning Crashes,” “Turn My Head,” “Lakini’s Juice,” “Rattlesnake” and “I Alone,” is set to take the stage at 10pm, where he will perform many of those hits.
Caesars Entertainment cautions fans that "since there isn’t a cover-charge, fans looking to view the concert from the comfort of Backstage’s plush couches are urged to come early, as reservations will not be accepted."
On March 10 heads will bang at The House of Blues Casino at Showboat Atlantic City as the casino’s Party Pit plays host to the band, Filter. Known for their hard style and deep lyrical content, Filter will perform their greatest hits beginning at 10pm.
he quarterfinals are this Thursday, Sept. 1, and the semifinals are the following Thursday, Sept. 8. The championship round will take place Sept. 15.
IN THE CLIMATE OF TODAY'S music industry, it's the exception not the rule for a band to be putting out a new record every few years on the same record label that it started out with 15 years before. And unless they're U2, it's even harder to imagine that the band is still selling out shows around the world, content and at the height of their game. A band has to be more than good to pull this off. It has to have something that people get; that they understand, that they crave. Apparently, Live has all of these things. The four York, Pa. boys who got their start as a William Penn Senior High School band called Public Affection have certainly persevered in a shaky music industry that embraced them when they first landed on the scene in 1991 with the album, Mental Jewelry. Whereas most of the grunge bands that Live went up against back then on MTV have since faded from the spotlight, Live is still on the radio, on the road and on the charts. This is despite a significant shift in the band's lyrical content on their latest album, Birds of Pray. Although it's been hailed...
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As yet another packed house filed out of Legends in Concert recently at Resorts, dozens of fans took the time to tell showroom staff how much they enjoyed the show. "It's terrific!" was repeated numerous times. The Legends in Concert formula of presenting look-alike and sound-alike performers paying tribute to superstars both living and dead, has managed to survive the evolving nature of the musical entertainment business since 1983. Atlantic City has been home to various productions of the show for much of that time period, including a successful long-running show at Bally's that ended Oct. 31, 2005. At the time, it was assumed that in the new Atlantic City -- catering to a younger audience at such venues as the Borgata and House of Blues -- a show like Legends was passé. Not exactly. It took just eight months before the show's "Old Atlantic City" charm was brought back to Resorts last August. In February of this year, Resorts brought in a new cast for a seven-week run that ends March 15. The show reopens at the Hilton on March 18 and runs until the end of the month. And, if your Legends fix has yet to be satisfied,...
Lemmy: 'It kills me how bland this period is. You go backstage these days and you see 20 bottles of Perrier and a bag of nuts. What’s wrong with this fucking picture? Everything is so healthy today and it’s terrible. I don’t get it.'
"If I’m an overnight sensation, it’s been a very long night. I’ve been at this going on 15 years."
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