Sharon Stancavage

Sharon
Stancavage
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A Mega Gig
With a name like Mega Fest, one might expect an event loaded with different types of music and other forms of entertainment. Indeed, Mega Fest 2004, a
Borg Yesterday: New Star Trek Thrill Ride in Las Vegas
As Las Vegas moves from dependence on families to a hip, younger crowd, the opportunities for themed entertainment are changing once again. Where better
Staging a Guitar Fest
For guitar fanatics, it was the event of a lifetime — the best guitarists in blues and rock in one place to raise money for Eric Clapton's Crossroads Centre in Antigua, which treats addictions to alcohol, drugs, and other disorders.
Sacred Love Visuals
As the summer concert season goes into full swing, it's routine for many artists to make obligatory appearances for brief tours that last five to eight
Every Stop You Make: Sting's Sacred Love Tour
Thanks to a true collaboration from a variety of creative individuals, Sting's current Sacred Love, playing in a plethora of venues from theatres to arenas
A Walk Through Linkin Park
Supported by throngs of devoted fans dutifully singing along (not your garden variety group these loyalists know all the words before a new album even
The Superbowl Stage
Believe it or not, there was a lot more going on during halftime of the 2004 Super Bowl than Janet Jackson's controversial moment of exposure. In fact, this year's halftime show was among the most sophisticated live presentations at a major
queen for a day
In a world where bigger is better, the Queen Mary 2 luxury liner certainly fits the bill: at 1,132' long with a weight of 150,00 gross tons, it's five
divas in arenas
In the world of arena concert tours, there are numerous constants from one tour to the next. There are usually overhead lighting positions and floor lighting
David Bowie's Reality Show
Madonna is supposed to be the genius of re-invention but the title should really go to David Bowie. From year to year, one never knows who Bowie will
Hello Darkness, My Old Friend
And in the naked light I sawTen thousand people, maybe more- Simon and Garfunkel, The Sound of Silence There were well over 10,000 people at the Palace
Extending Jazz Aspen
Jazz Aspen, which took place last year at Aspen's new Snowmass Village Town Park, is a different kind of outdoor festival.
Space on Display
“Space” isn't just the final frontier — it's also the title and subject of a new, touring multimedia exhibit presented by Clear Channel Exhibitions, San Antonio. SPACE: A Journey to Our Future, opened at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle this past November and will travel to...
Shania Twain in 360 Degrees
(It's been a busy year for Peter Morse. After designing the Christina Aguilera portion of the Justified and Stripped tour, he's back with a country music
Toby Keith Unleashed
You'll be sorry you messed with the US of A, cause we'll put a boot in your ass it's the American way. Toby Keith, country music's favorite mainstream

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