“They created an alternative to the pop music model, and it’s been very powerful. It’s a whole world unto itself.”
The most accurate name for this summer’s Steve Miller/Marty Stuart tour would be “When Two Music Geeks Collide.”
What could have simply passed for a nostalgic classic-rock spin turned out to be an expansive smorgasbord, frustratingly uneven at times, yet given to flashes of fervor and surprise.
The Rolling Stones were still up there, sounding vital, and that alone delivered satisfaction.
Saturday’s performance made up for a rain delay withthe longest single set since the band’s millennium-greeting Everglades marathon.
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Wilco went all-in this year for a personal bond, inviting internet-culled winners onstage for live-band karaoke with the group.
Avoiding pat formulas and enlisting unexpected aides de camp are probably the only ways that Bob Weir and his fellow founding Grateful Dead mates can avoid turning into a stale nostalgia act.
The guy who once seemed dangerous and mysterious as frontman for Jane’s Addiction proved earnestly accessible to fans.
May 2019 pushed far on the Summer Hit front.