Monthly Archives: July 2015

Rush

Rush

The Canadian power trio celebrates 40 years of progressive metal. Enjoy hits like “Working Man,” “2112” and, of course, “Tom Sawyer” as well as classics-to-be from their recent album “Clockwork Angels,” complete with lasers, (more…)

Imagine Dragons

The band, which was last in town for Super Bowl XLX, brings its Smoke + Mirrors tour to Phoenix. Imagine Dragons hit the charts at No. 2 with their previous effort, “Night Visions,” which posted (more…)

Boz Scaggs

A fine blues guitarist and soulful vocalist, Scaggs emerged as the epitome of ’70s cool with 1976’s “Silk Degrees,” which sold more than 5 million copies and (more…)

Lady Antebellum

 

The country trio’s second album, “Need You Now,” went four-times platinum, spent four weeks at No. 1, became the second-biggest album of 2010 and earned five Grammys, including song and record of the year. Third album “Own the Night” is closing in on double platinum, having topped the charts (more…)

 D.L. Hughley

This multitalented star returns to the stand-up stage. The first host of BET’s “ComicView” and one of the “Original Kings of Comedy,” Hughley has gone on to star in his own sitcom, “The Hughleys,” and a comic news program on (more…)

Rob Thomas

Thomas launched his career as the voice of Matchbox Twenty, whose hits include “Push,” “3AM,” “If You’re Gone,” “Bent” and “How Far We’ve Come.” He also collaborated with Santana on the triple-platinum, Grammy-winning “Smooth,” which (more…)