Live Shows

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

Rolling Stones’ Final 2017 #NoFilter Concert: Recap

The Stones spread out 14 European dates across 46 days and closed out their 2017 tour with three nights in the City of Lights. Our recap

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Buffalo Springfield Tribute Concert: Furay, Dolenz +

An all-star group including the band’s own Richie Furay paid tribute to Buffalo Springfield at an L.A. benefit concert for a great cause.

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Squeeze, Rejuvenated, Treat Fans to Standout Show

Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford, buoyed by two new members plus the skills (and antics) of Stephen Large (keys) and Simon Hanson (drums) sound better than ever

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The Killers Kill in Boston: Review

From the review: There’s a relentlessness about the Killers—we’re going to entertain you if it kills us: 22 songs in an hour-50-minute show.

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Dream Syndicate: Majestic, Loud, Noisy, Fun, Alive

They came roaring back with the kind of majestic, loud, noisy, fun, alive show that would be impressive from a band half their age.

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Roger Daltrey 2017 With Who Band Members: Recap

The Who singer did a brief solo tour last year. He’ll be performing ‘Tommy’ in 2018 with full orchestras and members of The Who’s band

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Mudcrutch ‘Crush It’ at NYC’s Webster Hall

The concert by Tom Petty’s “other” band allowed these remarkable musicians to showcase their talents. They were joined by none other than Roger McGuinn

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Stephen Stills & Judy Collins in Concert, At Last

The former lovers and longtime superstars have finally made an album together and are now on tour. Our reviewer says it was worth the wait.

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The Revolution After Prince: Concert Review

They couldn’t replace what was missing, but the show offered an appealing chance to hear that catalog again in a live setting

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The Who Live at San Francisco’s Outside Lands

A few things have changed since Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey played Monterey Pop and the Fillmore, but they proved that they’ve still got it.

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