Kiss have made it more and more of a priority in recent years to salute America’s veterans and service men and women, and that will continue Thursday night (July 19) with a special private show at Bristow’s Jiffy Lube Live on the eve of opening night in Virginia.
Queen are back in the saddle. The band, which first dealt with the loss of Freddie Mercury first by teaming with Paul Rodgers, returned to the stage Saturday (June 30) in Kiev as part of the ANTIAIDS benefit with Adam Lambert in the fold.
As Atlantic City works to reinvent itself and draw more visitors, some are suggesting the town try to brand itself as the new “Mega-show” capital of the nation – after back-to-back music festivals this month – featuring the bands Phish and Metallica – drew a combined 52,000 fans – with no significant violence or disruptions.
There may have been plenty of bands to see throughout the day, but Metallica was the main draw for the Orion Music + More festival Saturday in Atlantic City. The group took over Bader Field for their inaugural event and did not disappoint, performing the entire ‘Ride the Lightning’ album to finish out night one.
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