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Mötley Crüe leaves Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore with a bang

Since Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee founded Mötley Crüe more than three decades ago, the band has never been solely about the music. It’s been about, as its name suggests, a motley of vices that defined the band’s rock […]

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Mötley Crüe leaves Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore with a bang

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Since Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Tommy Lee founded Mötley Crüe more than three decades ago, the band has never been solely about the music. It’s been about, as its name suggests, a motley of vices that defined the band’s rock […]

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Yes, Toto turn back the clock at Pier Six Pavilion

Classic rock both crunchy and trippy poured out at Pier Six Pavilion on Wednesday as two of the genre’s legends - Toto and Yes – shared the bill in

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Gordon Lightfoot’s soul resonates Pier Six Pavilion

Pier Six Pavilion was filled with the graceful melodies of decades this past Wednesday, as Canadian folk-rock legend Gordon Lightfoot took the stage as a part of his 50

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‘History of the Eagles’ tour rolls back the clock at Royal Farms Arena

“The History of the Eagles” tour, which recently flew into Baltimore’s Royal Farms Arena, lived up to its name, as the band took the soldout crowd on a journey

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Fare Thee Well: Grateful Dead’s final farewell

The chant of “You know our love will not fade away” echoed into the night from 71,000 fans inside Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, as the four surviving

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Grateful Dead: What a long, strange 50-year trip

The Grateful Dead’s long, strange 50-year trip came to an end on Sunday before a sea of more than 70,000 at Soldier Field in Chicago, where the band’s four

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Fare Thee Well: Grateful Dead and gearing up for the hippie apocalypse

CHICAGO - The Grateful Dead, America’s greatest jam band, is officially calling it quits with five shows featuring the surviving core four members: guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh, drummers

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Drenge debuts in Baltimore to enthusiastic welcome

Baltimore's Metro Gallery was standing room only as the night's opening act gave way to Drenge, the duo-turned-trio British punk rock group performing in Baltimore for the first time. “Ladies

"Weird Al" Yankovic Kicks Off "The Mandatory World Tour"

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic gives Pier Six crowd Mandatory Fun

“Weird Al” Yankovic performed his Mandatory Fun tour, named after his first Billboard chart-topping album, in front of a packed Pier Six Pavilion overlooking the Inner Harbor on Saturday night. Fans

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British punk-rocker band Drenge invades Baltimore June 15

The British band Drenge's June 15 performance in Baltimore will be its last stop on the U.S. end of their tour – but Rory Loveless wants you to know

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