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Judas Priest dishes out deep cuts on latest world tour

Like most bands still touring on the nostalgia circuit, heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest have a deep well of greatest hits to choose from. You could forgive them if they wanted to go the safe route and stick to that […]

Judas Priest dishes out deep cuts on latest world tour

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Like most bands still touring on the nostalgia circuit, heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest have a deep well of greatest hits to choose from. You could forgive them if they wanted to go the safe route and stick to that […]

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Justin Timberlake lights up Capital One Arena

A trip to the woods isn't complete without a campfire. Midway through Justin Timberlake’s concert on Sunday night, he took a break from playing his pop hits, gathered nine members

Goblin performing at Baltimore Soundstage. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Goblin, Morricone Youth: Mesmeric sensations move crowd at Baltimore Soundstage

Goblin performing on Saturday night at Baltimore Soundstage. (Anthony C. Hayes) Since the early era of recorded sound, music has played an integral part in moving movie audiences along with

John Lodge to rock Rams Head in Annapolis

The "John Lodge: Live from Birmingham – The 10,000 Light Years Tour," which visits the Rams Head in Annapolis on Monday night at 8, features his final performance on

Several Species to rock Pier Six Pavilion

Several Species, the Baltimore-based Pink Floyd tribute band, will be making it’s annual appearance at Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday. Species’ 11-member outfit recreates Floyd’s psychedelic sound amidst an immersive

Ed Sheeran to play Capital One Arena

Ed Sheeran, the British singer who has been stringing together sold-out shows and chart-topping hits, recently sent a message to his fans: If you want to hear what I

Sister Hazel to rock Annapolis

It’s hard to define Sister Hazel’s musical genre. The band’s sound is part country and folk, alternative, classic and southern rock ‘n’ roll. Its songs blend optimistic messages among melodic

Last Dance with Tom Petty? Hall of Famer rocks Royal Farms Arena

Forty years ago, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers burst onto the national stage with a raw, youthful contagious energy that once again was on exhibit throughout Sunday's night rocking performance

Moody Blues celebrate 50 years of Days of Future Passed

The Moody Blues stopped in at a packed Pier Six Pavilion on Wednesday night to take concert-goers back a half-century. The band’s landmark album Days of Future Passed turns 50

Neil Diamond: ‘So good, so good’ at Royal Farms Arena

His hair is more gray than black and he doesn’t move as swiftly as he did decades ago. But Neil Diamond still has what has always defined him, even

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