The Great Waters Music Festival will wrap up its 2019 summer concert series with Chris Thomas King, the New Orleans blues artist who played the role of itinerant bluesman Tommy Johnson alongside George Clooney in the 2000 movie “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) — A downside of Prince’s fierce desire to own the rights to his music is that he took many recordings out of circulation, apparently figuring if he couldn’t make what he felt he deserved, no one would.
There are a trio of shows of note at the Tupelo Music Hall, 10 A St., Derry: Jim Messina, country-rock pioneer of Poco and collaborations with Kenny Loggins, at 8 p.m. Friday ($45-$50); Tom Keifer, best known as front man of Cinderella, at 8 p.m. Saturday ($40-$50); and Chris Isaak, the croo…
Blues fans who attended Buddy Guy’s show last month at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom were treated to a surprise appearance by James Montgomery, who joined the legendary Chicago guitarist onstage to perform a couple of songs.
Snoop Dogg and Friends, featuring Ice-T, Warren G and The Dogg Pound, with Soopafly and Kurupt, J. Black and Daz Dillinger, 7 p.m. Sunday, Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion. Tickets: $28-$94.95. Info: banknhpavilion.com or 293-4700.
GILFORD – There was the usual buzz of anticipation as legendary guitarist Peter Frampton prepared to take the stage at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion Sunday night, but there was also an unfamiliar current of melancholy.
Peter Frampton, who has been vocal in recent months about his diagnosis with a degenerative muscular disease that could ultimately rob him of his trademark dexterity, has planned a final bow from intense touring.
Who is “America’s Child”? On the cover of Shemekia Copeland’s latest album, she’s a young African-American girl nestled in a field of heather. An American flag blankets her tiny body. A matching bow decorates the top of her head. And she’s bowed down as if in prayer.
Coy Bowles has been busy. The guitarist and keyboard player for Zac Brown Band has spent the last few weeks rehearsing for a new tour, spending time with his family, and putting the finishing touches on his contributions to what will become the band’s next album, due out later this year.