- The News-Herald2 days ago
Thinking back to Everclear’s tour in support of the band’s 1997 multi-platinum album, “So Much for the Afterglow,” singer-guitarist Art Alexakis remembered concerts in smaller venues ...
- The Beaver County Times1 day ago
Everclear released “So Much for the Afterglow” two years after 1995’s “Sparkle and Fade.” The record is the band’s best-selling release to date. “We had a lot of really popular songs ...
- South Bend Tribune4 days ago
Along with Vertical Horizon and Fastball, Everclear performs June 3 at Four Winds Field at Coveleski Stadium to cap off Best Week Ever.
- St. Joseph News-Press3 days ago
Before it performs, Everclear lead singer Art Alexakis took some time to talk with St. Joe Live about the album’s anniversary, looking back on that time and what’s to come. Everybody ...
- WISC-TV Madison2 days ago
In Madison, that means Brat Fest. This four-day event offers all the tubular meats you can eat as well as live music on four stages on the Alliant Energy Center grounds. And as with any such ...
- The Kansas City Star4 days ago
The Shins, Travis Tritt, Marian Hill, Tech N9ne, Paula Abdul, Def Leppard, Queen and Adam Lambert, plus free shows — Kansas City has quite the list of concerts this summer.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune3 days ago
Your guide to the Twin Cities' must-see shows.
- Tribune Chronicle10 hours ago
June 1 — Guys Without Ties at Boardman Park at 7 p.m. 1 — Everclear, Vertical Horizon, Fastball at Stage AE, ... Forgotten beverage making comeback Recently, a friend sent me some information ...
- The Kansas City Star5 days ago
More KC area shows on the way: Stephen Stills and Judy Collins; Arlo Guthrie; Alan Jackson and Lee Ann Womack; Asleep at the Wheel; Little Big Town.
- The Kansas City Star6 days ago
KC’s Katy Colloton is featured in a Los Angeles Times piece about women creating their own TV series. Colloton is a writer and producer of “Teachers,” a TV Land series in the middle of its second ...