How do you describe Weezer? Quirky, right? The band made geek sheek in the 1990's with their debut album simply titled Weezer and became media darlings with their funny videos including the classic "Happy Days" inspired "Buddy Holly" video that incorporated the band into the TV show. But the
Make no mistake, the Little River Band you will see on July 14 at Frostridge in Leroy is not the same Little River Band that dominated the charts in the late 1970's. Like many bands from that era, the members have faced fall-outs, various lineup changes and legal battles over naming rights. But Wayne Nelson, the band's current lead singer, guarantees that the lineup changes won't take away from the legacy of the Little River Band's performance.
Returning home alone from a drunken night on the town, this guy seeks affection from his cat by serenading it to Seal's 'Kiss from a Rose'. The poor cat looks like he is trying to escape Pepe LePew. Good thing he at least sings in key
I thought it was dangerous to reboot a superhero that just left the big screen, but Marvel wasted no time bringing it's biggest crime fighter, the Amazing Spiderman, back this week and you can't argue with the results of the reboot. The movie finished number one at the box office bringing in about $140 million, but so closely removed from its predecessor, it will always draw comparisons.
It just doesn't feel like summer without a stop by the Dave Matthews Band at Darien Lake. DMB took a rare summer off last year, but return to Darien Lake tomorrow night. Especially exciting is word that the band's new album ‘Away From the World’ will be released on September 11. That means that Dave will likely give fans a heavy dose of the new material when he hits the stage at Darien Lake.
The guys from Fountains of Wayne put on an energetic show last night at Canalside, and proved they are more than just the "Stacy's Mom" band. They even took time out to pose for pictures with our intern
Justin is getting married this summer and can't afford tickets to see this Tuesday's Dave Matthews Band show. It's his fiance's favorite band. Last night at an appearance in the Cobblestone District, to celebrate our independence from tyranny, I gave the power to the people
Oscar-nominated writer and director Nora Ephron, who brought us one of the most famous lines in comedy -- "I'll have what she's having" in When Harry Met Sally -- has died at the age of 71 from leukemia. Ephron also wrote and directed Sleepless in Seattle and Silkwood.
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