Well twenty-one actually, having played their first gig in March 1993 at Memorial University in their home province of Newfoundland and releasing their self-titled album in that same month.
For over 30 years, former Londoner Guy Lombardo (1902-1977) and his Royal Canadians rang in the New Year at the Roosevelt Grill in New York City with their rendition of Auld Lang Syne. Guy's musical career began when his father purchased a three-quarter sized violin for him. Anthony Vita, who died 65 years ago tomorrow on January 9th, 1948, gave Guy his first music lesson.
Marc Spitz's new book Jagger: rebel, rock star, rambler, rogue will keep you almost as spellbound as the rocker himself who has remained a constant presence in popular culture for fifty years, albeit aloof and distant. Spitz is an experienced and well renowned journalist, author (Bowie: A Biography)
All of London's Live Performances together in one calendar.
Come to LOUD in the Garden of Readin' -- six local indie teen bands will rock out in the Rotary Reading Garden at Central Library on Saturday, July 16th, 10 am - 4 pm.