LIVE REVIEW

LIVE REVIEW

John Mellencamp in New York
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Chart-topping rap outfit D12 carries out a brutal assault on Detroit rap rivals Esham and T.N.T. The incident occurs during a tour stop in Camden, N.J., and leaves T.N.T. with bruises and cuts, and Esham with a broken nose, a ruptured eyeball, a concussion, and hearing damage to his left eardrum. As a result of the attack, D12 is thrown off the Warped Tour.
Rimes, 3EB To Delight Ben & Jerry's Fest

Rimes, 3EB To Delight Ben & Jerry's Fest

LeAnn Rimes, Third Eye Blind and Tracy Chapman are among the artists who will perform during the two-day Ben & Jerry's and Rock the Vote One World One Heart Festival. This year's event is set for Aug. 23-24 at Bethel Woods in Bethel, N.Y., and will boast two stages of music as well as various activities for concertgoers.
Lauper Reveals Her Torch Song Side

Lauper Reveals Her Torch Song Side

It has been six years since "Sisters of Avalon," Cyndi Lauper's last album for Epic Records. In the meantime, she independently released "Shine," a five-song EP, and entertained hundreds of thousands of people through her opening slot on Cher's tour.
Resurrected

Resurrected

Touted as a musical wunderkind when his 1996 debut "Words" claimed the Grammy Award for best R&B album, Tony Rich took a break after follow-up "Birdseye" languished into oblivion.
Mud on the Tires

Mud on the Tires

In the third installment of what's already shaping up as a remarkably consistent and imaginative recording career, Brad Paisley again sets the standard of what modern traditional country can be.
Streets of Sin

Streets of Sin

Austin-based singer/songwriter Joe Ely has built a devoted following through haunting, powerful albums and fierce live shows.
Simple Pleasures

Simple Pleasures

Jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis and vocalist Nancy Wilson have renewed their occasional collaboration that began with the 1984 album "The Two of Us." Lewis and Wilson gravitated toward the melodicism of pop and imbued that style of music with a jazz sensibility long ago, and that's essentially what's happening here.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - A van driven by blues guitarist Popa Chubby (Ted Horowitz) overturns, injuring Horowitz and two band members, keyboard player Dave Keyes and drummer Rod Gross.

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