Saturday, August 01, 2015

Almanac: August 1, 2015

  • 1898 - Morris Stoloff (d. 1980)
  • 1929 - Mack Magaha (Porter Wagoner, Reno & Smiley) (d. 2003)
  • 1931 - Ramblin' Jack Elliott (84)
  • 1942 - Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead) (d. 1995)
  • 1943 - Denis Payton (Dave Clark Five) (d. 2006)
  • 1946 - Boz Burrell (Bad Company, King Crimson) (d. 2006)
  • 1947 - Ronnie King (68)
  • 1947 - Rick Anderson (The Tubes) (68)
  • 1947 - Rick Coonce (Grass Roots) (d. 2011)
  • 1951 - Tim Bachman (Bachman-Turner Overdrive) (64)
  • 1951 - Tommy Bolin (Zephyr, James Gang, Deep Purple) (d. 1976)
  • 1953 - Robert Cray (60)
  • 1958 - Michael Penn (57)
  • 1958 - Rob Buck (10,000 Maniacs) (d. 2000)
  • 1959 - Joe Elliott (Def Leppard) (56)
  • 1960 - Chuck D (born Carlton Ridenhour) (55)
  • 1960 - Suzi Gardner (L7) (55)
  • 1963 - Coolio (born Artis Ivory, Jr) (52)
  • 1964 - Adam Duritz (Counting Crows) (51)
  • 1964 - Nick Christian Sayer (Transvision Vamp) (51)
  • 1966 - George Ducas (49)
  • 1968 - Dan Donegan (Disturbed) (47)
  • 1970 - Kenwyn House (Reef) (45)
  • 1978 - Dhani Harrison (37)
  • 1981 - Ashley Parker Angel (O-Town) (34)

  • 2005 - Al Aronowitz (original manager of Velvet Underground, rock writer) - Cancer (77)
  • 2007 - Tommy Makem (Clancy Brothers) - Lung Cancer (74)

On This Day
  • 1954 - The Moondog Jubilee of Stars Under the Stars is held at Ebbet's Field in Chicago with ats Domino, Muddy Waters, the Clovers, the Orioles and Little Walter.
  • 1955 - A tour kicked off in Tupelo, MS with Webb Pierce, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Wanda Jackson.
  • 1963 - The first Beatles Monthly magazine was published.
  • 1970 - Performance starring Mick Jagger premiered in London.
  • 1971 - George Harrison held his Concert For Bangladesh in New York with guests Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston, Eric Clapton, Leon Russell and Ravi Shankar.
  • 1971 - Tony Kaye quit Yes for Badger. Rick Wakeman takes his place.
  • 1977 - The book Elvis: What Happened? by his former bodyguard Steve Sunleavy was released.
  • 1980 - George Harrison formed his Hand Made Films Productions.
  • 1980 - Def Leppard made their U.S. concert debut in New York.
  • 1990 - UB40 was deported from the Seychelles after marijuana was found in their rooms.
  • 1990 - A bank foreclosed on the mansion of Dottie West after the singer fell into financial difficulties.
  • 1994 - Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley announced they had been married 11 weeks earlier.
  • 2000 - AC/DC opened their Stiff Upper Lip tour in Grand Rapids, MI.
  • 2006 - A man was killed in the moshpit at a Korn concert in Atlanta.
  • 2006 - Drummer Jon Theodore left the Mars Volta.
  • 2007 - Eminem's publishing company sued Apple for allowing the rapper's music to be sold on iTunes.
  • 2009 - Country singer Billy Currington suffered a concussion when the stage at a Camrose, Alberta show collapsed during a thunderstorm.

  • 1981 - Kix Brooks and Barbara
  • 1987 - Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama)
  • 2007 - Usher and Tameka Foster
  • 2009 - Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham

  • 1927 - Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow, The Storms Are On the Ocean - Carter Family (first recording session)
  • 1960 - Today I Sing the Blues - Aretha Franklin (her first secular recording)
  • 1966 - The Fugitive - Merle Haggard

  • 2000 - Music - Madonna (single) - Release was made two weeks early due to illegal download leak.

  • 1971 - Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (CBS) - Premier
  • 1981 - MTV premiered
  • 1987 - MTV Europe premiered
  • 1996 - MTV2 premiered

Number Ones – U.S. Singles
  • 1964 - A Hard Day's Night - Beatles (2 weeks)
  • 1981 - Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield (2 weeks)
  • 1987 - Shakedown - Bob Seger (1 week)

Number Ones – U.S. Albums
  • 1959 (mono albums) - At Large - Kingston Trio (15 weeks)
  • 1998 - Hello Nasty - Beastie Boys (3 weeks)
  • 2009 - Leave This Town - Daughtry (1 week)

Number Ones – U.S. R&B Singles
  • 1970 - Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours - Stevie Wonder (6 weeks)
  • 1992 - Giving Him Something He Can Feel - En Vogue (1 week)
  • 1998 - Friend of Mine - Kelly Price (5 weeks)

Number Ones – U.S. Country Singles
  • 1953 - Rub-a-Dub-Dub - Hank Thompson (3 weeks)
  • 1981 - Dixie On My Mind - Hank Williams, Jr. (1 week)
  • 1987 - Snap Your Fingers - Ronnie Milsap (1 week)
  • 1992 - Boot Scootin' Boogie - Brooks & Dunn (4 weeks)
  • 1998 - To Make You Feel My Love - Garth Brooks (1 week)
  • 2009 - People Are Crazy - Billy Currington (2 weeks)

Number Ones – U.K. Singles
  • 1963 - (You're the) Devil in Disguise - Elvis Presley (1 week)
  • 1970 - The Wonder of You - Elvis Presley (6 weeks)
  • 1981 - Green Door - Shakin' Stevens (4 weeks)
  • 1987 - La Bamba - Los Lobos (2 weeks)
  • 1999 - When You Say Nothing at All - Ronan Keating (2 weeks)
  • 2004 - Thunderbirds/3 AM - Busted (2 weeks)
  • 2010 - All Time Low - Wanted (1 week)

Number Ones – U.K. Albums
  • 1987 - Hits 6 - Various Artists (4 weeks)
  • 2004 - Live in Hyde Park - Red Hot Chili Peppers (2 weeks)

"Tug of War" and "Pipes of Peace" Next Two Albums in Paul McCartney Reissue Series

Two more classic solo albums from Paul McCartney, Tug of War and Pipes of Peace, will be released on October 2 in multiple expanded formats.

Tug of War was McCartney's first album after the breakup of Wings and, for the new release, is highlighted with a totally new remix of each of the tracks. With the hits Ebony and Ivory and Take It Away, the album includes support from Ringo Starr, Stevie Wonder, Carl Perkins, Denny Laine, Steve Gadd and Stanley Clarke. The new version will include a 2-CD set with the 2015 remix and a bonus album with eleven demos and b-sides, and a 3-CD/1-DVD set with the 2015 remix, the original album, the bonus disc and a DVD with videos made for the album and an 18-minute documentary on Take It Away.

Pipes of Peace will be released in a 2-CD set with the original album and a disc of nine rarities along with a 2-CD/1-DVD set that adds music videos and three short home movies. Pipes of Peace includes the number one single Say Say Say with Michael Jackson.

In addition, look for both albums in 2-Vinyl LPs and as digital downloads.

The track lists:

Tug of War

Disc 1 (Remixed Album)

  • Tug of War
  • Take It Away
  • Somebody Who Cares 
  • What’s That You’re Doing?
  • Here Today
  • Ballroom Dancing 
  • The Pound Is Sinking
  • Wanderlust
  • Get It
  • Be What You See (Link)
  • Dress Me Up As a Robber 
  • Ebony and Ivory
Disc 2 (Original Album)
  • Tug of War
  • Take It Away
  • Somebody Who Cares
  • What’s That You’re Doing?
  • Here Today
  • Ballroom Dancing
  • The Pound Is Sinking
  • Wanderlust
  • Get It
  • Be What You See (Link)
  • Dress Me Up As a Robber
  • Ebony and Ivory
Disc 3 (Bonus Tracks)
  • Stop, You Don’t Know Where She Came From (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Wanderlust (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Ballroom Dancing (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Take It Away (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • The Pound Is Sinking (Demo, 2015 Remaster)
  • Something That Didn’t Happen (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Ebony and Ivory (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Dress Me Up As a Robber/Robber Riff (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Ebony and Ivory (Solo Version, B-side of Ebony and Ivory 12-inch single)
  • Rainclouds (B-side of Ebony and Ivory 7-inch single)
  • I’ll Give You a Ring (B-side of Take It Away single)
  • Tug of War Music Video (Version 1)
  • Tug of War Music Video (Version 2)
  • Take It Away Music Video
  • Ebony and Ivory Music Video
  • Fly TIA – Behind The Scenes on Take It Away (new 18 minute documentary using previously unreleased archive footage)
Pipes of Peace

Disc 1 (Remastered Album)
  • Pipes of Peace
  • Say Say Say
  • The Other Me
  • Keep Under Cover
  • So Bad
  • The Man
  • Sweetest Little Show
  • Average Person
  • Hey Hey
  • Tug of Peace
  • Through Our Love
Disc 2 (Bonus Audio)
  • Average Person (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Keep Under Cover (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Sweetest Little Show (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • It’s Not On (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Simple As That (Demo, previously unreleased)
  • Say Say Say (2015 Remix, previously unreleased)
  • Ode to a Koala Bear (B-side of Say Say Say single)
  • Twice in a Lifetime (bonus track from 1993)
  • Christian Bop (previously unreleased)
  • Pipes of Peace Music Video
  • So Bad Music Video
  • Say Say Say Music Video
  • Hey Hey in Montserrat (previously unreleased home movie footage, 3 mins)
  • Behind the Scenes at AIR Studios (previously unreleased 6 min edit)
  • The Man (previously unreleased home movie footage, 4 mins)

Friday, July 31, 2015

Joe Jackson Out of Intensive Care in Brazil; Janet Only One to Travel to Be With Him

by Newsdesk

Joe Jackson has reportedly been moved from intensive care into a regular unit.

The 87-year-old father of Janet Jackson and the late pop star Michael Jackson suffered a stroke last Sunday while vacationing in Brazil and, according to Us Weekly magazine, he is on the mend, as doctors have allegedly approved his transport out of intensive care. The insider claims Joe is now in a normal room at Albert Einstein Sao Paulo hospital.

Apparently his motor skills are slowly recovering and he is beginning to walk, but he's not taking steps without aid. Physicians supposedly believe he'll be able to eat full meals soon, but Joe must replenish his energy first.

In addition to suffering a stroke, Joe's heart stopped three times.

TMZ reports his daughter Janet, 49, has put tour plans on hold to nurse her father back to health. The superstar supposedly cancelled rehearsals for her upcoming string of concerts to be with her dad in Brazil. The outlet reports he is expected to be able to return home to California as early as Monday.

Apparently Janet is planning to take her father back to the United States in her private jet.

His publicist recently told Us Weekly Joe felt lightheaded and dizzy before seeking medical help. The spokesperson noted doctors found a problem with his eye after an artery had burst behind it. Joe was kept in for further tests and it was during this time that his heart stopped for ten seconds before he was revived.

Metallica and Paul McCartney Part of the Lollapalooza Livestream on Red Bull TV

Lollapalooza, being held this weekend in Chicago, has traditionally featured newer artists but, this year, Metallica and Paul McCartney are on the bill and both shows will be streamed live.

Red Bull TV is handling the livestream from the festival with Metallica being featured on Saturday and McCartney on Sunday. According to the festival, only highlights of McCartney will be show in the U.S. and Canada, most likely because of contractual obligations.

The schedule for all artists:

  • Channel 1
    • 2:15pm – Glass Animals
    • 3:00pm – Tove Lo
    • 4:00pm – Cold War Kids
    • 5:00pm – Hot Chip
    • 6:00pm – The War On Drugs
    • 7:30pm – Alabama Shakes
    • 8:30pm – The Weeknd
  • Channel 2
    • 2:15pm – James Bay
    • 4:15pm – St. Paul & the Broken Bones
    • 5:15pm – Father John Misty
    • 6:15pm – MS MR
    • 7:15pm – alt-J
    • 8:45pm – Kaskade
  • Channel 3
    • 2:15pm – DESTRUCTO
    • 3:00pm – Peking Duk
    • 3:45pm – What So Not
    • 4:45pm – DJ Mustard
    • 5:45pm – DJ Snake
    • 7:00pm – Dillon Francis
    • 8:15pm – Gary Clark Jr.
  • Channel 1
    • 2:15pm – HOLYCHILD
    • 3:00pm – Django Django
    • 3:45pm – Charli XCX
    • 4:45pm – Death From Above 1979
    • 7:00pm – Walk The Moon
    • 8:15pm – Metallica
  • Channel 2
    • 2:15pm – Mick Jenkins
    • 3:00pm – Zella Day
    • 6:00pm – Delta Spirit
    • 8:00pm – Chet Faker
  • Channel 3
    • 2:15pm – Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas
    • 3:00pm – Wet
    • 4:15pm – CAKED UP
    • 5:15pm – RL Grime
    • 6:15pm – Boys Noize
    • 7:15pm – Carnage
  • Channel 1
    • 2:05pm – Night Terrors Of 1927
    • 2:50pm – DMA’s
    • 3:45pm – Moon Taxi
    • 4:30pm – Twenty One Pilots
    • 6:30pm – Of Monsters And Men
    • 7:30pm – Paul McCartney
  • Channel 2
    • 2:05pm – Twin Peaks
    • 3:45pm – George Ezra
    • 4:30pm – Marina And The Diamonds
    • 5:30pm – Lord Huron
    • 6:30pm – G-Eazy
    • 7:30pm – TV On The Radio
    • 8:30pm – A$AP Rocky
    • 9:30pm – Bassnectar
  • Channel 3
    • 2:15pm – In The Whale
    • 4:00pm – Mako
    • 4:45pm – Galantis
    • 5:45pm – The Chainsmoker
    • 6:45pm – LOGIC
    • 8:30pm – NERO

Chemical Brothers Debut at Number 1 in Britain, Joe Satriani Charts Best in 23 Years

The Chemical Brothers have scored their sixth (and possibly seventh) straight number 1 album in the U.K. with Born in the Echoes.

Only their debut album failed to make the top of the chart:
  • Exit Planet Dust (1995 / #9)
  • Dig Your Own Hole (1997 / #1)
  • Surrender (1999 / #1)
  • Come With Us (2002 / #1)
  • Push the Button (2005 / #1)
  • We Are the Night (2007 / #1)
  • Further (2010 / Did not qualify to chart due to the album breaking the rule that a release can not include a special offer or contest)
  • Born in Echoes (2015 / #1)
The re-release of Roger Waters' 1992 album, Amused to Death, opens at number 10. Containing a new 5.1 mix and a reworking of the stereo mix, the album falls two spots short of its peak during the original release. 

Lionel Richie continues his run in the British top ten after an appearance at the Glastonbury Festival as The Definitive Collection moves from 7 to 9. It's the album's fifth week in the top ten and 59th week on the chart since the set was released in 2003. 

Joe Satriani gets his best chart showing in the U.K. in 23 years as Shockwave Supernova debuts at number 22. Only his 1992 album The Extremist did better, peaking at 13. 

The top five albums this week in the U.K.:
  1. Born in the Echoes - Chemical Brothers
  2. Communion - Years & Years
  3. X - Ed Sheeran
  4. In the Lonely Hour - Sam Smith
  5. Chaos and the Calm - James Bay
The top five singles:
  1. Black Magic - Little Mix
  2. Shine - Years & Years
  3. Are You With Me - Lost Frequencies
  4. Glitterball - Sigma Featuring Ella Henderson
  5. Shut Up & Dance - Walk the Moon
Veteran artists at the top of other British charts:
  • Albums
    • Album Sales - Born in the Echoes - Chemical Brothers
    • Physical Sales - Born in the Echoes - Chemical Brothers
    • Vinyl Sales - Amused to Death - Roger Waters
    • Dance Albums - Born in the Echoes - Chemical Brothers
    • Country Compilations - Blue Smoke / The Best of Dolly Parton - Dolly Parton
    • Scotland - Born in the Echoes - Chemical Brothers
  • Singles/Tracks
    • Physical Singles - Going My Way - Paul Weller
    • Vinyl Singles - Going My Way - Paul Weller

Passings: Lynn Anderson (1947 - 2015)

Lynn Anderson, the singer who released 33 studio albums and had five country chart toppers, died on Thursday night from an apparent heart attack at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. She had been hospitalized earlier in the week with pneumonia. Anderson was 67.

Anderson was born in Grand Forks, ND and raised in California by her father, Casey, and her mother, Liz Anderson. Both were songwriters with Liz writing such major country hits as Merle Haggard's I'm a Lonely Fugitive, Del Reeve's Be Quiet Mind and Lynn's If I Kiss You. Liz also had her own top ten hit with Mama Spank (1967 / #5 Country).

Lynn knew she wanted to be a singer from a young age, winning trophies for performances at local horse shows and, by the time she was in her teens, she was a regular on the program Country Caravan.

In the mid-60's, Anderson's mother was signed to a recording contract and Lynn traveled with her to Nashville where she found herself singing harmony in a hotel room with Merle Haggard and Freddie Hart. Chart Records' Slim Williamson heard her and signed her to his label where she released her debut single, For Better or For Worse, as a duet with Jerry Lane. While the record didn't chart, it was only two more releases before she hit with Ride, Ride, Ride (1966 / #36 Country) and followed with her first top ten, If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away) (1967 / #5 Country).

It was also during 1967 that Anderson became a regular on The Lawrence Welk Show, exposing her talents to a wider audience. Over the next four years she would have ten more top twenty country hits before she finally struck gold.

In 1970, Anderson moved from Chart to Columbia Records and her third single for the new album was Joe South's (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden. At first, her producer and husband Glenn Sutton didn't want her to record the song because it was written from a male perspective but they found the time to lay down the track at the end of a recording session. The results were so good that Columbia president Clive Davis insisted on releasing it as a single.

Rose Garden became Anderson's first number 1 country single, staying at the peak for five weeks, and crossed over to go to number 3 on the Hot 100.

The song launched Anderson's career to a new level and, even though she never saw equal success on the Pop charts, her next two singles (You're My Man and How Can I Unlove You) also topped the Country Singles. Overall, she would have seventeen top ten songs including two more chart toppers, Keep Me in Mind (1973) and What a Man My Man Is (1974).

By the end of the 70's, Anderson's songs were falling lower on the charts and she left Columbia in 1980 taking three years off from recording. She made a resurgence in 1983 with her final top ten hit, You're Welcome to Tonight, a duet with Gary Morris, and recorded a number of albums for Permian, MCA and Mercury Records.

In 1990, she starred in The Wreck on the Highway for BBC Scotland and, two years later, recorded the album Cowboy's Sweetheart but that was her only output for the decade. In the 2000's, she returned to recording and live performing with her final album, Bridges, being released earlier this year.

Anderson was also an expert horse rider, winning sixteen national and eight world championships.

She is survived by her father, three children, four grandchildren and her partner, Mentor Williams.

Sinead O'Connor Makes Non-Payment of Her Crew For Cancellations a Public Issue

Sinead O'Connor has used her Facebook account to make an internal issue public.

O'Connor recently cancelled her summer tour due to undisclosed medical problems, which appears to be both with the singer and her son, but there are evidently lingering issues with her band and crew. In an open letter, she tells them that their not being paid for work already done is the fault of a Rita at Ponderosa and that she feels they deserve to be paid.

Included is a statement from "Rita" where she is laying the blame on O'Connor.

Sinead's full statement:
For my band and crew.

This below quote is from Rita and is the text of her refusal to pay you for the work you have already done. This holding of you to ransom in order to force me to pay from personal savings for European cancelled shows is ILLEGAL AND IS THEFT.

Whether or not Rita and I have business issues, you did your work and Rita is legally obliged to pay you regardless of issues connected with cancelled shows .. But here is her attitude ..

By the way no refusal was made by me to pay anything . I have merely stated the insurance claim should be put in and that naturally I'm not personally paying for the tragic fact my son and myself are too sick for me to work.

Whether or not I refused (which I did not) and whether or not I paid or insurance paid, for the cancelled shows: you all worked Montreux and lorrach and Rita and Ponderosa are behaving illegally and immorally by refusing to pay you what you are owed.

Holding you to ransom is illegal.

Rita will receive no cooperation from me or my people until you all have been paid and treated with respect by her and her company

I might add that at NO stage has Rita expressed the slightest concern for my son and has in fact behaved coldly, cruelly and even suggested I am lying about he and I being too unwell to work.

The way she has behaved and the way she continues to behave is a craven disgrace.
The below statement from her shows she is willing to behave illegally on this matter.
Kindly employ solicitors and do not be bullied any longer.

"the payment for the band and crew for Montreux and Lorrach: as written already many times I will be happy to pay them as soon as your company reimburses me for the flights and hotels prepaid for you for the cancelled concerts in july and august.

You have refused to do so so far and therefore I am forced by your decision to hold back any further move until you confirm me you will reimburse these costs advanced for you for the concerts you have cancelled."

Smokey Robinson Chosen as 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Music Master

Smokey Robinson has been selected as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 20th Music Master.

Robinson's career and music will be honored during a series of events in Cleveland between November 2 and 7 culminating in a gala concert on the last day at the State Theatre.

Dr. Lauren Onkey, Vice President of Education and Public Programs for the Hall said "Smokey Robinson’s accomplishments as a songwriter, performer, and producer are unparalleled. It is particularly fitting that we honor him this year, the 20th year of Music Masters. The longstanding popularity and impact of his work shows us the power of popular music in our lives, which is what Music Masters is all about."

Other events during the week include interviews, panels, films and other programs at both the Hall and Case Western Reserve University who is a cosponsor of the events.

From the Hall's press release:
Save for founder Berry Gordy, no single figure has been more closely allied with the Detroit-based recording empire known as Motown than William “Smokey” Robinson. In addition to leading the Miracles, Robinson served as a Motown producer, songwriter, talent scout and Gordy’s most trusted confidant and right-hand man.

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles scored twenty-seven pop-soul hits at Motown between 1960 and 1971, including the classics “You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me,” “Shop Around,” “Going to a Go-Go” and “I Second That Emotion.” The Miracles’ brightest moments on record - “Ooo Baby Baby,” “The Tracks of My Tears” and “The Tears of a Clown” foremost among them - still kindle memories for those who came of age in the Sixties.

Robinson also wrote and produced for numerous other Motown artists, including Marvin Gaye ("Ain’t That Peculiar,” “I’ll Be Doggone"), the Temptations ("Get Ready,” “The Way You Do the Things You Do,” “My Girl"), Mary Wells ("My Guy,” “You Beat Me to the Punch") and the Marvelettes ("Don’t Mess With Bill,” “The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game").

Robinson later turned to a solo career where he continued his hitmaking tradition with “Just to See Her,” “Quiet Storm,” “Cruisin’,” and “Being with You,” among others. In 2004, he released his first gospel album, Food for the Spirit. His most recent album, Smokey & Friends, peaked at #2 on the R&B charts and #12 on the Billboard 200 and included collaborations with Elton John, James Taylor, Mary J. Blige, and John Legend. Earlier this year, Robinson received a BET Lifetime Achievement Award.
Previous Music Masters honorees:
  • 1996 - Woody Guthrie
  • 1997 - Jimmie Rodgers
  • 1998 - Robert Johnson
  • 1999 - Louis Jordan
  • 2000 - Muddy Waters
  • 2001 - Bessie Smith
  • 2002 - Hank Williams
  • 2003 - Buddy Holly
  • 2004 - Lead Belly
  • 2005 - Sam Cooke
  • 2006 - Roy Orbison
  • 2007 - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • 2008 - Les Paul
  • 2009 - Janis Joplin
  • 2010 - Fats Domino & Dave Bartholomew
  • 2011 - Aretha Franklin
  • 2012 - Chuck Berry
  • 2013 - Rolling Stones
  • 2014 - Everly Brothers
  • 2015 - Smokey Robinson