Live Shows

Our concert reviews of classic rock acts as well as what took place at festivals and other special musical events

Byrds’ ‘Sweetheart of the Rodeo’ @50 Live: Review

They didn’t dare bill it as a Byrds reunion, but to those fans who caught a show on one of the year’s most talked-about tours, that’s exactly what it was.

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Roger Waters Reminds Fans Who ‘Us’ + ‘Them’ Are

Audiences for his 2017-18 “Us + Them” world tour were in for a treat. Waters chose many Floyd favorites. Our review, with some video highlights

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Faces 2015 Reunion Gave Fans a ‘Glorious’ 7 Songs

It was “exactly that shambolic bonhomie” that fans loved about the Faces, as Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones revived the band for one night

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Arlo Guthrie’s Free 2019 Concert at Woodstock Site

“Fancy being here. I sort of remember this,” said the folk singer-songwriter as he took the stage 50 years to the day of when he played the original ’69 fest

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Jeff Lynne, Dhani Harrison Sing Wilburys’ Favorite: 2019

Jeff Lynne’s ELO opened their 2019 North American tour with a 20-song set of favorites. He was joined by his former bandmate’s son on “Handle With Care”

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Cat Stevens Returns After 40 Years: 2016 Review

The acclaimed singer-songwriter returned to New York City in September 2016 after a 40-year absence to perform a stunning career retrospective. Our review…

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Moody Blues’ John Lodge 2017 Solo Tour: Review

It was a big year for the Moody Blues with a tour and expanded edition of their masterpiece, and selection for the Rock Hall

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Remember That Buckingham and McVie Tour of 2017?

The longtime Fleetwood Mac bandmates launched their first tour as a duo, performing a mix of classics from the band’s catalog and their own new songs

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Rolling Stones Wrap Up 2018 Tour: We Miss You

The final gig of the 2017-18 #NoFilter tour saw the band surveying their career, pumping out hit after hit and a handful of surprises.

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Joey Molland’s Badfinger: 2017 Concert Review

Joey Molland, the lone surviving member of the band’s defining era, spun through their hits and more at a Connecticut gig. We were there!

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