In 1994, the band Live emerged as the preeminent post-grunge musical act. It'd be hard to find a rock fan’s CD collection that didn’t include Live’s massively successful Throwing Copper, an album that sold eight million copies and topped the Billboard Top 200 chart. With the exception of a recent hiatus, the band has been touring since 1990. Beginning with club concerts, the quartet eventually became one of the hottest rock tickets in the mid-1990s. Their minimalist stage show allowed Live to focus on providing a straight-ahead rock experience – with a clean, crisp sound. Lead singer Ed Kowalczyk, who left the band in 2009, delivered lyrics with an extensive vocal range and intense passion. His departure paved the way for current frontman Chris Shinn, who performed with the band on the Summerland Tour 2013 for 35 concert dates throughout the U.S.
240 Charles E. Young Dr, CA 90024, 0
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Student Papers for the Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference II.
1 pm 3 pm
Room B544, Schoenberg Music Building
Schoenberg Hall is located in North East Campus, jus...
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Betty Who's infectious pop tunes are taking the world by storm -- the adorable songstress is charming audiences with her platinum-blonde pixie cut and signature red lipstick, channeling her inner Marilyn Monroe on stage. Whether she's rocking out to her hit "Somebody Loves You" or performing a stripped-down acoustic version of "Giving Me Away," the Australian singer mesmerizes with her killer voice. Betty Who's '50s style and charismatic pop hits will be on full display as she hits the road to play cities in the US and UK, dancing with fans along the way.