Air Supply performs at MGM National Harbor on June 21, 2019. (Photos by Paivi Salonen; Words by Mickey McCarter)
It’s a tried-and-true formula: One man writes the songs, and one man sings them. But when those two men are Air Supply, the rock duo who took the global charts by storm in the early 1980s, the individual strengths become a powerful whole. Full of grace and gratitude, Air Supply played some of those hits at the Theater at MGM National Harbor recently.
Air Supply (Photo courtesy LUCK Media and Marketing Inc.)
Rock duo Air Supply celebrated the band’s 40th anniversary recently, and the gents continue the celebration tour with a show at MGM National Harbor on Friday, June 21.
Colin Blunstone performs at City Winery in DC on Feb. 7, 2019. (Photos by Paivi Salonen; Words by Mickey McCarter)
On the cusp of induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Colin Blunstone of The Zombies first turned his dazzling vocal power to City Winery in DC for a perfect evening of song and remembrances recently.
Colin Blunstone (center) and his band (Photo courtesy The Bloom Effect)
Colin Blunstone, lead singer of The Zombies, will visit City Winery for a rare solo show on Thursday, Feb. 7. Colin’s concert precedes a long overdue recognition for the ‘60s psych rockers as The Zombies will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on March 29!
Super Diamond (Photo by Kris Leifur/Daniel Swan)
Randy Cordeiro calls himself Surreal Neil, and he fronts a band called Super Diamond. If you cannot guess, that band is the nation’s top Neil Diamond cover band, and it is performing at 9:30 Club on Thursday, Jan. 24.
The Long Run: Experience The Eagles (Photo by Jesse James Salucci)
We don’t often cover tribute bands here, but when we do, it’s because they are worth it. Since their debut in 2000, The Long Run: Experience the Eagles has become known as one of the finest tribute acts of all time, repeatedly drawing large crowds to sold-out concerts all over the world — and they don’t seem to be stopping any time soon. From “Hotel California” to “Desperado,” these guys have every single one of the greatest hits nailed, so catching them at the Hollywood Casino on Sunday, May 27, should be high on any Eagles fan’s list of priorities!
Scandal (Photo courtesy the band)
Forever shooting down the walls of heartache in “The Warrior,” Patty Smyth famously fronts Scandal at the newly opened City Winery in DC on Saturday, May 5.