The Real Greg Brady sings with his doppelganger, actor Cory Hansen. The burden of the eldest child is the yoke of responsibility, and though Barry Williams actually grew up as the youngest of three brothers, he is most famous for his role as Greg Brady, the big brother of the Brady Bunch. As such, he..
Category: Concert Reviews
Welcome Back To My Nightmare: Alice Cooper introduces Steve Hunter in Columbus. It’s a great time to be an Alice Cooper fan. Just last November, Alice wrapped up a 16-month world tour dubbed Theatre of Death, an over-the-top theatrical extravaganza propelled by his best band in years. In April, the original Alice Cooper Group was..
Faster than a stolen base, more powerful than a grand slam, it’s… If there are supermen among us, one of them showed his strengths last night in the ordinary metropolis of Cincinnati. Paul McCartney, age 69, demonstrated extraordinary endurance while plowing through a setlist that mere mortals would sell their souls to have written. While..
Today’s Brain Buster: Which of these people might have trouble finding lifeguard work? One October in the mid-Nineties, my wife and I were invited to a Halloween party. It struck me as a funny idea for the two of us to wear carefully applied KISS makeup but to otherwise make no changes to our everyday..
The Brothers Mothersbaugh whip it good at the Ohio State Fair. “How many people believe de-evolution is real?” called out DEVO bassist Jerry Casale during a lively performance at the Ohio State Fair on Wednesday. Perhaps no other venue is better suited for procuring anecdotal evidence for the band’s philosophy, as the fair was populated..
If at first you don’t succeed… Fans of Keith Emerson and Greg Lake can be forgiven for being a little nervous this past Wednesday when an announced 7:30 showtime came and went with no sight of the famous prog rockers. Sure, it’s not unusual at all for rock concerts to start quite late, but those of us squirming..
…guaranteed to blow your head apart…rest assured you’ll get your money’s worth… Last night’s Lakewood, Ohio concert by Keith Emerson and Greg Lake was the stuff of dreams. I should know, for as a longtime fan of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, the prog-rock trio has literally appeared in my somnambulistic scenarios no less than three..