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Singer-songwriter James Taylor has announced a summer tour of four baseball parks, culminating in a date at Fenway Park, home of his beloved Boston Red Sox.
Taylor and his All-Star Band will open the tour July 14 at Nationals Park in Washington. It continues July 17 at Wrigley Field in Chicago; July 29 at AT&T Park in San Francisco; and Aug. 11 at Fenway.
Source : Billboard
Merchants located in downtown Show Low are invited to decorate their storefronts with holiday decorations and lights by 5 p.m. Dec. 7 to compete in Show Low Main Street’s downtown merchant holiday decorating contest.
Any business located within the Downtown Redevelopment District (either side of the Deuce of Clubs between Old Linden Road and the Show Low Creek Bridge; either side of White Mountain Road between the Deuce of Clubs and Huning Street; and the area bounded by the Deuce of Clubs, White Mountain Road, Huning/McNeil streets and 6th Street) is eligible and there is no need to register.
Three days before her death, Florence Henderson supported her onscreen Brady Bunch daughter Maureen McCormick and the cast of Dancing With the Stars on the show’s season finale.
Henderson — who died Thursday (Nov. 24) at age 82 — attended the Nov. 21 taping of the ABC dance show to cheer on the final couples, including winners Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy.
Henderson, who had competed on season 11, was a bright spot. She returned to the show to surprise McCormick on the DWTS season 23 finale.
Source : Billboard
The members of Journey are hoping that if they’re inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017, current singer Arnel Pineda will be able to go in with them.
Journey received its first Rock Hall nomination earlier this month, and Pineda — the Filipino native who’s been fronting the group since 2007 — was not on the list of members getting a nod (nor was original drummer Aynsley Dunbar, who played on Journey’s first four albums).
“That’s wrong, y’know?” keyboardist-guitarist Jonathan Cain tells Billboard. “I don’t think it’s fair. There is no Journey without Arnel right now. He certainly has learned his stripes. He’s been with us longer than any lead singer has consecutively stayed in the band. He’s given us 10 years straight, not running off or doing this, doing that, just being The Guy. So that’s worth something.”