'You've got to go now': The shocking moment an Ed Sheeran fan storms the stage and CHARGES …

'You've got to go now': The shocking moment an Ed Sheeran fan storms the stage and CHARGES …

But it seems Ed Sheeran's trip Down Under was all too much for one fan, who stormed the stage at his Perth concert on Saturday night. Dramatic footage shows security … The incident also didn't seem to bother fans, who overwhelmingly praised the concert on social media. 'OMG THANK YOU F
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Veterans benefit concert coming to Woodstock

Local veteran organizations, advocates and filmmakers are teaming up to host a homeless veterans benefit concert in Woodstock next month, concert organizers announced Thursday. The Ghost Army Fest concert will be held at the Northside Hospital Cherokee Amphitheater on Saturday, April 7 from
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Review: DSSO triumphs in opulence and restraint in concert of emotional roots

Plato said that music gives soul to the universe. There was soulful earthiness and transcendence in a full and engaged symphony hall Saturday night for a night of compellingly contrasting selections for the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra's program “Roots” under the baton of music d
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Jones concert 'phenomenal'

The former James Bond actress played Queenstown Events Centre on Friday night before headlining Auckland City Limits on Saturday, both part of her New Zealand and Australian tour. It is the first time she has performed in New Zealand and the Wakatipu event, a total of 2000 tickets, sold out in under
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MR. BIG Announces Tribute Concert For Late Drummer PAT TORPEY

On May 23, the surviving members of MR. BIG will perform a tribute concert to late drummer Pat Torpey — who passed away due to complications from Parkinson's disease on February 7 — at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California. Also performing will be Torpey's former bandmate Ric
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'Horror house' kids enjoy private concert by Yo Yo Ma

It's been really wonderful for them,” attorney Jack Osborn told the Mercury News. Since the siblings' shocking discovery and rescue, local community members have also donated clothes, toys, computers and hundreds of thousands of dollars to help the kids reintegrate into society. Parents
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