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Las Vegas rockers Otherwise ready to break big

He awoke to the screech of the RV being torn apart, the recollection of which still makes his eyes widen many months later. Ryan Patrick, guitarist for Vegas hard rockers Otherwise, was asleep in a back bunk of the band’s tour vehicle when they departed a gas station for a long night on the road.

Ticket broker StubHub producing own concerts

Stubhub, which helps brokers and fans buy and sell tickets on its website, announced Wednesday it will sell tickets to concerts that it will produce.

Scorpions drummer jailed in Dubai for ‘offensive behavior’

Newspapers in the United Arab Emirates are reporting that the American drummer for the rock band Scorpions has been sentenced to one month in jail after being convicted of offensive behavior in Dubai.

New tunes from Floor, Old 97’s and Brody Dalle

Floor is back with their first album in a dozen years. Old 97’s continue to call their shots. And don’t mess with Brody Dalle.

Paul Simon, Edie Brickell arrested after family dispute

Paul Simon and his wife, Edie Brickell, were arrested on disorderly conduct charges by officers investigating a family dispute, but the couple held hands in court Monday and said they did not feel threatened by the other.

Season’s last concert was Philarmonic at its finest

The final concert of the 2013–14 Masterworks season bore the theme “Love Around the World,” for reasons best known only to those who chose the theme, since the scope of the music performed was limited to Mexico and Spain, with a touch of ancient Persia and Russia thrown in. But that is quibbling, since many members of Saturday’s large audience headed home with smiles and the clear impression that the season’s best effort had been saved for last.

Ghost haunts the House of Blues

A few things we learned from Lucifer salutin’ Swedish hard rockers Ghost following their great show at the House of Blues on Friday:

Neon Trees lead singer gay, proud and Mormon

Despite the Mormon church’s stance on homosexuality, Neon Trees singer Tyler Glenn stands out and proud, hoping one day his church will embrace same-sex couples.

Ghost haunts Las Vegas record store

Swedish death rockers Ghost blow into Eastside Zia Records on Friday before the show at House of Blues.

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