Marie MI, May 11 at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto ON, May 12 at Seneca Niagara Kickapoo casino in Niagara Falls NY, May 13 at National Arts Centre in Ottawa ON, May 14 at Centre in the Square in Kitchener ON, May 16 at Grand Theatre in Quebec City QC, May 18 at St. Denis Theatre in Montreal QC, May 19 at Harbour Station in Saint John NB, May 20 at Augusta Civic Center in Augusta ME, June 12 at Saenger Theatre in Mobile AL, June 14-15 at L'auberge du Lac Hotel & Casino in Lake Charles LA, June 16 at Paragon Casino in Marksville LA, June 18 at Cowan Fine & Performing Arts Center in Tyler TX, June 19 at Lutcher Theatre in Orange TX, June 21-22 at Grand Opera House in Galveston TX, June 26 at Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh NC, July 1 at Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake IA, July 24 at Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood FL, July 26 at Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta GA, July 29 at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston MI, August 3 at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel NJ, August 4 at Trump Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City NJ, August 7 at Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York NY, August 11 at Cavalier Telephone Pavilion Pier Six in Baltimore MD, August 12 at Fort Adams State Park in Newport RI, August 26 at Nokia Theatre in Grand Prairie TX, August 28-29 at Ravinia in Highland Park IL, August 30 at Minnesota State Fair in Saint Paul MN, September 1 at Red Rocks in Morrison CO, September 5 at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles CA, September 7 at Soboba Casino in San Jacinto CA, September 8 at Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord CA, and September 9 at Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys CA. All dates July 24 through September 9 are with the B.B.
B.B. King will perform the following concerts: March 21 at DeVos Hall in Grand Rapids MI, March 22 at Virginia Theatre in Champaign IL, March 24 at Whitney Hall in Louisville KY, March 26 at Norton Center in Danville KY, March 27 at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Asheville NC, March 30 at Juanita K. Hammons Hall in Springfield MO, March 31 at Ameristar Hotel & Casino in Kansas City MO, April 1 at Holland Performing Arts Center in Omaha NE, April 3 at ArtsBlock: Grand Theatre in Wausau WI, April 5-6 at House of Blues in Chicago IL, April 7 at Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville IN, April 8 at Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee WI, April 26 at Save on Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria BC, April 27 at Orpheum in Vancouver BC, April 28 at Prospera Place in Kelowna BC, May 1 at CN Centre in Prince George BC, May 3 at Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton AB, May 4 at Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary AB, May 6 at Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts in Winnipeg MB, May 7 at Thunder Bay Community Auditorium in Thunder Bay ON, May 9 at Vegas Kewadin Casino in Sault Ste.
The question is how can you have fun and make some money without leaving the house? EON Productions/Danjaq, LLC, is owned by the Broccoli family and has produced twenty two James Bond films since 1962, including 'QUANTUM OF SOLACE.' The James Bond films, produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, make up the longest running franchise in film history and include the recent blockbuster films 'GoldenEye,' 'Tomorrow Never Dies,' 'The World is Not Enough,' 'Die Another Day' and 'Casino Royale.' EON Productions and Danjaq LLC, are affiliate companies and control all worldwide merchandising of the James Bond franchise. As 1963 progressed, Lee's relationship with Hendrix deepened with the two routinely getting together to play music, trade chops, or even venturing to a local club for a game of one-up-man-ship amongst the local axe slingers-adventures that would even see their paths cross the likes of Nashville's own renowned Johnny Jones. You know, the one in which it was to be the ultimate and eternal victor in a rivalry between imperial powers that had begun in perhaps the fifteenth century, reached its peak when only two “super” rivals were left to face each other in the Cold War, and ended with a single power seemingly triumphant and alone on planet Earth.
Gamble & Huff are best-known as the creators of the classic Philly Soul Sound that began dominating music and radio charts in the early 1970s and continues to thrive into the 21st century.Performances on part one of the "Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia" concert specials include "TSOP" (TSOP Orchestra with The Three Degrees), "The Love I Lost" (Harold Melvin's Blue Notes), "Expressway to Your Heart" (Soul Survivors), "I'm Stone In Love With You" (Russell Thompkins Jr. & The New Stylistics), "I Love Music" (The O'Jays), "Rubberband Man" (G.C. The HDNet Concert Series presents the premiere of "Santana: Multi-Dimensional Warrior: Live at the Fillmore," Sunday, June 7 at 8:00 p.m. The "Love Train" concert was taped in front of a live audience on Saturday, June 7, 2008 at the landmark Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, documented in High Definition with a 11 camera set-up and state-of-the-art audio reproduction. Combining dramatic sets and vibrant lighting, inspired by the design aesthetic of Philadelphia International Records' classic album covers, with a non-stop succession of electrifying performances, "Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia" provides a 21st century venue for one of the greatest soul revues in concert history, a high energy tribute to the immortal sights and sounds of Philly Soul.
A cornerstone event in Legacy Recordings' monumental Philly Soul reissue project, "Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia" was filmed during an historic live concert showcasing some of the greatest music and musicians in the Philadelphia International Records catalog, including The O'Jays, Harold Melvin's Blue Notes, Russell Thompkins Jr. & The New Stylistics, The Delfonics, The Intruders, Jerry Butler, Bunny Sigler, Three Degrees, The Soul Survivors, Jean Carne, G.C. At the onsite restaurant, guests can relish American, Mexican, Chinese as well as finest international cuisine in a relaxed setting. The tour is being described as a "double feature," with David Benoit and Phil Perry joining Dave to perform their own hits as well as selections from At The Movies. Smooth Jazz Saxophonist Dave Koz has announced more of his summer dates to support his film classics-inspired album, At The Movies. To date, Santana has won ten GRAMMY Awards, including a record-tying nine for a single project, 1999's Supernatural (including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for "Smooth"). In other Santana news, Carlos and the band have been in the studio and have begun working on the next Santana recording, tentatively due out in the late Spring/early Summer of 2010. The record will be released through RCA/J Records with Carlos and Clive Davis as the Executive Producers.