It took the Doobie Brothers 37 years to make it into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Their induction has been announced along with Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G. and T-Rex.
Dr. John, Rick Ocasek, Art Neville, Doris Day, Eddie Money, James Ingram, Peter Tork, Ginger Baker, Leon Redbone, Roky Erickson, Robert Hunter, Bushwick Bill, Keith Flint, Mark Hollis and Ranking Roger were among the musicians who passed away in 2019.
Cypress Hill's Haunted Hill Halloween shows began in New York and have since expanded to other cities like Los Angeles, where they play on October 30. CelebStoner attended the October 25 Haunted Hill show in the Baked Apple.
In December, Rebelution's Eric Rachmany and Kyle Ahern will barnstorm a 12-city acoustic tour to benefit the Last Prisoner Project, whose goal is to get busted marijuana users out of jail and back into society.
The fourth of six shows over a 10-day period for Tedeschi Trucks Band at New York's Beacon Theatre was a gem, punctuated with brilliant cover choices over a two-hour and 20 minute set.