The Smashing Pumpkins announce reunion tour, San Diego concert

The Smashing Pumpkins announce reunion tour, San Diego concert

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – After several high-profile musicians have announced their final slate of shows on the road this year, it's good to see a band get back together. Nearly 20 years since the band broke up, The Smashing Pumpkins are hitting the road once again. The band, which will feature foundin
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Smashing Pumpkins reunite after 18 years for 30th anniversary tour

Three of the four original members of Smashing Pumpkins are reuniting for their first tour together in 18 years to celebrate the alternative-rock band's 30th anniversary, it was announced Thursday morning. The three — singer and guitarist Billy Corgan, drummer Jimmy Chamberlin and guitarist
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Casey-Westfield, Cumberland choirs teaming up for concert

Charity Ozier, choir director for Casey-Westfield, said the interactive concert works differently than most shows performed by choirs. She said the students performing in the interactive concert have freedom to move around the audience in Turner Arts Hall whenever they wish. She said they are
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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have announced a new concert film

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are releasing a new concert film titled 'Distant Sky – Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Live in Copenhagen'. It's set for … Directed by filmmaker David Barnard, the concert movie was filmed during the band's tour behind the Bad Seeds' 2016 album, Skele
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Third annual Rock and Roll Concert brings Europop to stage

The choirs from Southern Utah University's Department of Music are set to perform their 3rd Annual Rock and Roll Concert, “EuroPOP!” on Feb. 20 7:30 p.m. at Heritage Center Theater.Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for Alumni with card, and $5 for youth. SUU faculty, staff, and students can get in
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Second Harvest announces 'Music Feeds,' a new concert series

Thursday morning, Second Harvest officials held a press conference at The Tennessean hotel in downtown Knoxville to announce “Music Feeds,” a seven-concert series that kicks off May 5 at the World's Fair Park amphitheater. Thanks to corporate sponsorship from Commercial Bank, Delta Dental,
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