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Qawwali, the mystical music of Indian and Pakistani Sufism, is rooted in song forms that are over 700 years old. Qawwali songs are devotional songs that extol Islamic virtues and shower praise upon Allah....
The son of a preacher, musician Vincent Furnier spent most of his formative years in Phoenix, AZ. It was here that Furrier formed his first rock band, the Earwigs, in 1965. He later changed the group's name to the Spiders and later the Nazz, enjoying only moderate success each time....
From age 5 through his first year of high school he was enrolled in a Christian boarding school, an experience he says turned him against organized religion. Takes his stage name from Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson....
Often hailed as "the Mexican Madonna," Gloria Trevi was not only one of the most daring and cutting-edge Latin stars of the â€˜80s and â€˜90s -- she was also one of the most important due to her sometimes sociopolitical music, which could be quite challenging and provocative....
Buffalo, New York, band began as indie punk, but became superstars in the late-1990s upon uplifting, anthemic guitar music. ~ Rovi
Upon the release of their debut album, Yourself or Someone Like You, in fall 1996, Matchbox Twenty was pigeonholed as one of the legions of post-grunge guitar bands that roamed the American pop scene in the middle of that decade....
Victor Manuelle was a leading voice among the generation of New York salsa performers who rose to prominence in the mid-'90s, along with Marc Anthony and India, who were his only rivals in terms of success and popularity....
The members of Minneapolis-based Soul Asylum started playing together in the early 1980s, their first album seeing the light of day in '84. Their punk-inspired sound was hard-edged, but full of inventive melodic ideas and unusual song structures....
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|05/18||8:15 pm||Adal Ramones|
|06/02||6:30 pm||Rahat Fateh Ali Khan|
|06/06||7:00 pm||Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson|
|06/14||7:15 pm||Freestyle Explosion|
|06/15||8:15 pm||Gloria Trevi|
|07/17||7:00 pm||Matchbox Twenty and Goo Goo Dolls|
|07/19||8:15 pm||Victor Manuelle|
|07/20||8:15 pm||Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Soul Asylum, The Wailers and Matthew Sweet|
|07/25||7:00 pm||Jesus Culture Conference Los Angeles|
|07/26||8:15 pm||Ramon Ayala|
|07/27||8:15 pm||Ramon Ayala|
|08/03||8:15 pm||La Tocada featuring Enanitos Verdes, Beto Cuevas, and Vilma Palma|
|08/04||9:00 am||Teen Choice Awards 2013 Tickets|
|9:00 am||2013 Teen Choice Award Show Tickets|
|7:00 pm||Teen Choice Awards 2013 Tickets|
|08/11||7:00 pm||2013 Teen Choice Awards|
|08/23||8:15 pm||Marco Antonio Solis|
|08/24||8:15 pm||Marco Antonio Solis|
|08/28||8:15 pm||IL volo|
|09/20||8:15 pm||Lila Downs|