Monthly Archives: May 2015

Toby Keith

 

The man’s first single, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” was the most-played country single of the ’90s. But his biggest hit came 18 long years later with “Red Solo Cup,” a double-platinum novelty song (more…)

Queensryche

These progressive-metal veterans scored an unexpected mainstream breakthrough in the pre-Nirvana ’90s with an orchestrated power ballad called “Silent Lucidity.” With that single, “Jet City Woman” and “Another Rainy Night (Without You)” driving interest, 1990’s triple-platinum “Empire” became their biggest-selling effort. They’re joined by Quiet Riot, Slaughter and Gabbie Rae.

Details: 7 p.m. Saturday, May 30. Comerica Theatre, 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix. $23-$63. 602-379-7800, livenation.com.

 

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Looking for other things to do if you have a home  in the Tatum Ranch Area, check out the rest of the blog for other ideas.

Phoenix Comicon

Get out your superhero costume and join the tens of thousands of geeks at the biggest pop-culture event this side of San Diego. Guests this year include Dr. Brown himself, Christopher Lloyd, Alyson Hannigan (more…)

U2

 U2

The Innocence + Experience Tour is named, in part, for U2’s 13th album, “Songs of Innocence,” which topped the year-end album list at Rolling Stone, whose critic hailed it as “11 tracks of straightforward rapture.” Mojo also raved about (more…)

Brad Garrett

The Emmy winner and stand-up comedian signs his memoir, “When the Balls Drop.” Garrett is best known for playing Robert Barone on “Everybody Loves Raymond”; his book contains (more…)