Neil Young, Beck, Patti Smith and More Perform for Autism Benefit

Neil Young, Beck , Patti Smith, And More Perform For Autism Benefit

The stars came together for the fifth annual ‘Light Up The Blues’ benefit concert held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, an event organized by Stephen Stills and his wife to aid people with autism, including their college-age son Henry. “With the help of steadfast friends and concerned professionals that shared our determination”, Stills told crowd.

Burt Bacharach to perform at the 2018 Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival

New names for CNSJ 2018 announced including Farruko, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Grace Jones

WILLEMSTAD – It is with great pleasure that the organization of the Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival can announce new names for the eighth edition, which takes place on 30 and 31 August and 1 September. Farruko had been added to the program on Thursday. Furthermore, Damian “Jr.

Burt announces new concert in Berlin on July 14

ROLLING STONE präsentiert: Burt Bacharach – Infos Tickets, Vorverkauf

Burt Bacharach, 90, kommt nach Berlin. ROLLING STONE präsentiert. Songwriter-Legende Burt Bacharach kommt für ein Konzert nach Deutschland – im Berliner Admiralspalast spielt der 90-Jährige ein exklusives Konzert. Es wird hierzulande sein erster Auftritt überhaupt sein. ROLLING STONE präsentiert.

New concert in Brighton announced, tickets on sale April 6

Burt Bacharach announces Brighton concert

The illustrious Burt Bacharach has confirmed he will perform at the Brighton Dome on Monday, July 9, 2018, following on from two performances on July 6 and 7 at London’s Royal Festival Hall. Bacharach will be performing some of his greatest and most notable hits, including Alfie, Anyone Who Had A Heart, The Look Of Love, That’s What Friends Are For, and I Say A Little Prayer.

At 89, Burt Bacharach is still making music

At 89, Burt Bacharach is still making music

Burt Bacharach is at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley for a four-night run March 22-25. Share story You thank him for “Alfie.” You thank him for “I Say A Little Prayer” – especially the Aretha Franklin version. You thank him for the background music at your parents’ cocktail parties, for writing the songs your father used to sing in the car.