Classic Rock

Jumat 14.00-16.00 wib

Bagi anda pencinta lagu-lagu Classic Rock, tune in disini setiap hari Jumat, jam 14.00-16.00 wib.  Kami memutarkan lagu-lagu classic n slow rock disini.  Genesis, Rolling Stones, Supertramp, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, dll ada disini.


Queen & Adam Lambert North America Tour

Queen + Adam Lambert will spend the summer touring throughout North America.
The group has announced a 25-city arena tour that’s scheduled to begin June 23 in Phoenix and keep them on the road through Aug. 5, when they’re booked for a performance in Houston. Along the way, they’ll travel throughout the U.S. and Canada, including what’s being billed as a “special” show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

This year’s tour marks Queen + Adam Lambert’s first full-length North American outing since 2014, and follows two years of live activity in Europe and Asia — crowned with their 2016 appearances at Rock in Rio Lisbon and the Isle of Wight Festival.

Tickets are set to go on sale to the public Feb. 3 at 10AM local time via Live Nation, but members of Queen and Adam Lambert’s fan clubs will have access to a special pre-sale scheduled to begin Jan. 31 at 10AM — two hours before American Express cardholders are able to purchase through their own pre-sale event. Read through the complete list of currently announced dates below.
Queen + Adam Lambert 2017 North American Tour

6/23 — Phoenix, AZ — Gila River Arena
6/24 — Las Vegas, NV — T-Mobile Arena
6/26 — Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Bowl
6/29 — San Jose, CA — SAP Center
7/01 — Seattle, WA — Key Arena
7/02 — Vancouver, BC — Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
7/04 — Edmonton, AB — Rogers Place
7/06 — Denver, CO — Pepsi Center Arena
7/08 — Omaha, NE — CenturyLink Center
7/09 — Kansas City, MO — Sprint Center
7/13 — Chicago, IL — United Center
7/14 — St. Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center
7/17 — Montreal, QC — Bell Centre
7/18 — Toronto, ON — Air Canada Centre
7/20 — Detroit, MI — The Palace of Auburn Hills
7/21 — Cleveland, OH — Quicken Loans Arena
7/23 — Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Arena
7/25 — Boston, MA — TD Garden
7/26 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
7/28 — New York, NY — Barclays Center
7/30 — Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center
7/31 — Washington D.C. — Verizon Center
8/02 — Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena
8/04 — Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
8/05 — Houston, TX — Toyota Center


Mick Jagger : Movie Star ?

Mick Jagger knows it’s only a movie role, but he likes it. Although the Rolling Stones didn’t become film stars like their British Invasion rivals the Beatles, the band’s singer has long held a fascination with motion pictures. It’s more than a mere hobby. Film fans, writers and critics have often commented on how well Jagger’s charisma transfers from the rock stage to the silver screen.

The rocker’s movie career began with two feature films released in 1970. Ned Kelly had Jagger put on an Irish-Australian brogue to play the famous outlaw – although his turn (and Amish-like beard) weren’t received well. He fared much better later that same year in Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg’s Performance, in which he played a rock star named Turner.

Many expected to see more of Jagger in the movies, but the lead Stone mostly focused on music for the duration of the ’70s, appearing only in smaller, artsy projects and one, notable mockumentary. The ’80s brought opportunity, but also disappointing failure, when Jagger’s supporting part was cut in Werner Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo and another planned feature fell apart before shooting commenced.

He made a high-profile return to big screen acting in the 1992 sci-fi flick Freejack, earning modest praise as villain Victor Vacendak (while the Emilio Estevez vehicle was largely derided by moviegoers). The experience seemed to stir his interest in feature films, not only on the acting side, but also as a producer. Jagger gained the best notices of his acting career in the indie films Bent and The Man From Elysian Fields while working behind the scenes on projects including Enigma, The Women, Get on Up and a few Stones documentaries. He most recently helped bring HBO’s cinematic Vinyl to life, with co-producer Martin Scorsese.