Styx and Ted Nugent Rocked the Classics for a Packed House in Bethlehem, PA
Monday, 02 July 2012 20:49
Styx, the veteran rock band that turned too much time on its hands into a massive hit, made the most of every moment June 29 when it rocked the 1,000-seat Sands Bethlehem Event Center at the Sands Casino Resort. Onstage, singer/guitarist Tommy Shaw described the group as a "pre-Internet" entity, and the same is true for the casino grounds that are situated on the former site of the Bethlehem Steel Co. in Lehigh Valley, Pa. The location and Styx have endured many changes through time, and in this decade, both are vital creatures that are delighting crowds of all ages.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Eric Church is playing movie host on CMT.
The country star is helping the network air the mini-movie "Mixtape" commercial-free this weekend. The half-hour movie, written by Peter Zavadil and Roger Vaughn, was inspired by Church's recent hit "Springsteen." The movie, in turn, inspired Church's video for the song, which spent two weeks at No. 1 earlier this year.
The movie will air Saturday and Sunday and then can be watched on demand at the network's website.
Church will host an online contest in conjunction with the premiere and is giving away two tickets to his tour.
HARD WORK, STAYING TRUE TO SELF LEADS ERIC CHURCH TO THE TOP “ORIGINS: ERIC CHURCH” TELLS STORY OF DOING IT HIS WAY
Monday, 02 July 2012 19:17
NASHVILLE, TENN. (July 2, 2012) – “I was going to find a way to make it work,” Eric Church says of his career plans in Origins: Eric Church, premiering Sunday, July 8, 9:00 p.m./ET on Great American Country (GAC). “And if it didn’t work, I was still going to be able to sleep at night. I stuck to my guns, right or not.“ After a slow, steady, focused build over more than seven years, it most certainly did work for the chart-topping singer/songwriter.