Join multi-platinum band Fall Out Boy as they travel back to their hometown of Chicago for a mind-blowing audio-visual extravaganza. Featuring their newest hits Centuries, Irresistible, and Uma Thurman, this 17 song concert also includes the band’s best loved songs from across their whole career. This special performance is one of the most memorable Fall Out Boy concerts ever, filmed during the Boys of Zummer tour that hit 39 North American cities throughout 2015. Great musicianship, powerful songs and stunning visuals all make for an exceptional concert experience!
In the very early days of Fanfare, one critic dismissed Heifetz as a relic, soon to be ignored. Of course that’s turned out to be utterly false; the Heifetz blend of fire and ice has been tremendously influential since then, and the somewhat more romantic elements of his playing are coming back into vogue (not that, in his maturity, Heifetz was given to romantic extremes). Just think about Itzhak Perlman, whose entire career has been an effort to play like Heifetz (to the extent of appropriating the more oddball elements of his repertoire) while being loved like Kreisler. Heifetz retired 35 years ago, but his style is still very much with us. So are his recordings.
Brahms’s Opus 77 exemplifies the violin concerto of the Romantic era, just as Beethoven’s Opus 61 does that of the Classical age. As imposing as it is virtuosic, more than almost any other work in the genre, it leaves the soloist with nowhere to hide. For generations, it has been a work that any violinist aspiring to join the very select club of great masters of the instrument has had to conquer.
8 Chicago albums plus their Greatest Hits in High Resolution Stereo and original Quadraphonic mixes: Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, Chicago III, Chicago V, Chicago VI, Chicago VII, Chicago VIII, Greatest Hits, Chicago X. This lavish celebration of the Windy City’s favorite band is housed in a rigid two-piece box, with every album presented in a replica sleeve promised to “replicate the original release down to the last detail, including mini-posters, and the iron-on that came with Chicago VIII.
The dates are here! Phish’s 2016 Summer Tour begins on June 22 with the band’s first concert in the Twin Cities since 2000, and culminates with its sixth year of summer-ending shows in September at Dick’s Sporting Good Park in Commerce City, CO. The tour will include the band’s first appearances at Chicago’s storied Wrigley Field, as well as returns to Saratoga Performing Arts Center, The Mann, and The Gorge Amphitheater. (more…)
The dates are here! Phish’s 2016 Summer Tour begins on June 22 with the band’s first concert in the Twin Cities since 2000, and culminates with its sixth year of summer-ending shows in September at Dick’s Sporting Good Park in Commerce City, CO. The tour will include the band’s first appearances at Chicago’s storied Wrigley Field, as well as returns to Saratoga Performing Arts Center, The Mann, and The Gorge Amphitheater.
The River Tour 2016 is a concert tour by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in support of Springsteen’s 2015 The Ties That Bind: The River Collection box set. The nine week tour was announced on December 4, 2015, with tickets going on sale on December 11, 2015. This marks the first tour in two years for Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Each night of the tour will be mixed for release on Live.BruceSpringsteen.net as high-quality downloads and CDs. Recordings will be available within days of each performance. The River Tour has been extended as of January 24, 2016; with Las Vegas date being cancelled.
Chicago – Chicago 16 (1982/2013) FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time – 41:46 minutes | 1,6 GB | Genre: Rock Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks.com | @ Rhino/Warner Bros.
Chart History/Awards – Reached #9 on the Billboard 200. – “Hard To Say I’m Sorry/Get Away” and “Love Me Tomorrow” reached the Top Ten onBillboard‘s Adult Contemporary charts.
Chicago continued to dominate music with their 1982 Warner Bros. debut. Chicago 16 marked the rebirth of an American band. Produced by David Foster, the album climbed to #9 on the Billboard200 and introduced the smash Top Ten power ballad “Hard To Say I’m Sorry/Get Away,” now one of the group’s signature songs. Chicago 16 also includes the gem, “Love Me Tomorrow.”