The Black Keys prove that midwest rock will never fade on new tour
“Let’s give it up for that midwest rock ‘n’ roll,” said The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach halfway through their headlining show at Michigan’s Pine Knob Music Theater, a venue that is known for hosting legendary Detroit rockers for over 50 years.
New this week: John Legend, ‘Serpent Queen’ and ‘Pinocchio’
This week’s new entertainment releases include fresh music from John Legend and Kane Brown, Samantha Morton stars as the 16th-century queen Catherine de Medici in an edgy Starz series and a race between two upcoming “Pinocchio” films begins with Robert Zemeckis’ adaptation.
Riff On This: Greg Cardino left New Jersey to pursue music, adventure in Daytona Beach
Greg Cardino walked Riff On This host Samara Cokinos through his musical history, from playing in bands to becoming a solo act and a teacher at Mainland High. Through the highs and lows, his life has been filled with all kinds of music.
Riff On This: How I learned my former meteorology professor really rocks
Looking back at my college years, before I became News 6 meteorologist and Riff On This podcast host Samara Cokinos, there were plenty of memorable moments, but one really stood out: Being a student of Dr. Lou McNally at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach.
Carlos Santana postpones next 6 concert dates after collapsing onstage
Carlos Santana: Music icon collapses mid-concert from heat exhaustion, dehydration (NCD)Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana, who passed out onstage earlier this week, has postponed the next six shows of his concert tour, his management company announced late Friday. Carlos Santana Postpones His Next Six Concert Dates https://t.co/jArhZk8D5S — Variety (@Variety) July 9, 2022Friday’s show in Noblesville, Indiana, was scrubbed, along with Saturday night’s performance in Cincinnati and a Sunday date in Milwaukee, Variety reported. Vrionis said that Santana will resume his touring schedule on July 23 in Paso Robles, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Vrionis said Santana “is doing well and is anxious to be back on stage.”“He just needs to rest. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 26 Photos: Carlos Santana through the years 1982: Carlos Santana performs a mixture of his music dating back to the 1960s during the US Festival near San Bernardino, California, on Saturday, Sept. 4, 1982.wftv.com
Florida statute starting July 1 will discourage drivers’ loud music
ORLANDO, Fla. — A new law will prevent drivers from blasting loud music while they drive. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office posted a tweet Saturday reminding drivers to turn down their car music players. Florida Statute 316.3045, which will go into effect July 1, states that music should not be “plainly audible at a distance of 25 feet or more from the motor vehicle.”If people can hear music coming from your car from 25 ft. away, it's too loud! The law will enable law enforcement to give motorists tickets for this citation. Click here to download the free WFTV news and weather apps, click here to download the WFTV Now app for your smart TV and click here to stream Channel 9 Eyewitness News live.wftv.com
Daddy Yankee says he’s retiring: ‘I see the finish line’
Daddy Yankee has surprised his fans by announcing his retirement from music with an album and a tour, more than three decades after he started a career that put reggaeton on the world map and made him one of the biggest idols of the Latin genre.
The dream of the mid-2000s will be alive at ‘When We Were Young’ festival in Las Vegas
Grab your eyeliner and flat irons, because a music festival featuring the titans of mid-aught emo music are playing for one day only at the appropriately titled When We Were Young music festival in Las Vegas on Oct. 22.
Ray Charles, The Judds to join Country Music Hall of Fame
Music-Country Music Hall of Fame FILE - Ray Charles, performs during the taping of "Ray Charles: 50 Years in Music, uh-huh," a benefit musical gala for Starlight/Starbright Foundation in Pasadena, Calif. on Sept. 20, 1991. Charles will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File) (Kevork Djansezian)NASHVILLE, Ten.. — (AP) — R&B legend Ray Charles and Grammy-winning duo The Judds will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Bayers is the first drummer to be inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Drake, who died in 1988, is the first pedal steel guitar player to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.wftv.com
Inside Prince's massive collection of archives and unreleased music
"It's literally a vault. It's a room full of shelves, floor to ceiling, with tapes. You have recorded music, a video archive. Then you have a written archive," says Troy Carter about Prince's vault of archives and unreleased music.cbsnews.com
‘The face of Cabrini-Green’: A lost child, a legacy of failure and a changing neighborhood
“Now, what they said (is) the music’s too loud. This is our way of life. Your way of life is on the rooftop with your wines,” he said from his office at Holy Family Lutheran Church, just north of the rowhouses. … No, I can’t pay $3,500 a month. I’m not going to pretend like I can.chicagotribune.com
First North American drive-in festival, is coming to Orlando
Drive-ins have become the new way for us to socialize and partake in the festivities without gathering in large groups. From churches holding drive-in services, to movie theaters showing the newest releases outside, drive-ins have become popular again. Now, the first North American festival at a drive-in is coming to Central Florida. Carnage first broke the news on his Instagram profile writing: THE FIRST EVER NORTH AMERICAN FESTIVAL IN CORONA HISTORY!! SEE YOU SOON ORLANDO , Carnage concluded.