A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for fans, investors, museums and collectors to own a piece of rock history, art and other personal property of Rolling Stones’ guitarist and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Ronnie Wood is offered in an auction next month.
Back in 1979, then-Mayor of Providence Vincent “Buddy” Cianci cancelled The Who’s concert that year after a tragic accident at a Who concert in Cincinnati killed 11 people. Now fans who still have their tickets to the cancelled show can cash them in for a free ticket to The Who’s Providence show at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center on February 26, 2013.
The highest-seller at an auction of music memorabilia this past weekend was expected to be the crypt of Elvis Presley, but when the King of Rock & Roll’s tomb was pulled from the Beverly Hills […]
The Beatles may have a history in Hamburg, but despite the band’s early ties to the German city, a Fab Four museum there is closing its doors due to “lack of interest.” The privately-owned museum, […]