Live Shows

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

John Fogerty and All Those Hits: Review

That voice, his guitar playing, those incredibly descriptive lyrics, and the experience of seeing the legend perform CCR and solo favorites, made for a great night

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Joni Mitchell’s 75th Celebrated at All-Star Concert

Stars such as James Taylor, Graham Nash, Emmylou Harris, Norah Jones and more came out for the first of two concerts honoring the singer-songwriter

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Jeff Lynne’s ELO Lights Up the Garden: Review

The rejuventated musician returned to Madison Square Garden for the first time in 4 decades, offering hit after hit and plenty of new memories

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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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Moodys’ John Lodge: Saved by the Music – Review

The bass guitarist, singer and composer is clearly enjoying himself as he celebrates the group’s Rock Hall induction with his 10,000 Light Years Ago band

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Lindsey Buckingham Shines in Concert: Review

Buckingham needed neither the band nor Christine McVie. He has emerged a compelling and commanding solo performer, worthy of the spotlight.

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Moody Blues’ Justin Hayward: Concert Review

The group’s lead singer, guitarist and writer of many of their favorites offered songs and stories from throughout his career

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Olivia Newton-John and Audience: A Love-Fest

The beloved singer has a big vocal range and signature sound unlike anyone else’s. Her tour resumed just months after announcing a recurrence of cancer

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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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Ringo Starr–A Star Among All-Starrs: NYC Review

The lineup’s current edition, with Rolie, Lukather, Gouldman and Hay, was as exuberant and polished a concert as an audience could hope for

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