Tag Archives: Brian McTavish
I almost lost my mind watching my Kansas City Chiefs lose to the Philadelphia Eagles Continue reading
Other than doing some sort of gratuitous mental or physical harm to yourself, there Continue reading
Rufus Wainwright unquestionably had creative coin at his Sunday night Continue reading
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Heat and humidity were no matches for sincerity and showmanship at Jackson Browne Continue reading
The totally unpredictable, phenomenally rule-changing, absolutely one and only, incredibly influential Robert Zimmerman may be more tangled up in blue than forever young these days. But he just keeps rollin Continue reading
Tickets cost $55 to see bigwig comic Bill Maher at 8 tonight at Ameristar Casino (quick, you can still make it!), but it Continue reading
The master tunesmith, remarkable performer and living legend led a nearly three-hour, 38-song epic of retro hits and hero worship that went down as an immediate classic.
If you happened to be part of the near-capacity throng that hung onto virtually every note, joyfully sang along and cheered in awe, this momentous gig constituted a cherished memory guaranteed to raise a smile for years to come.
If you weren Continue reading
I saw the show, which was great, and wrote about it in The Kansas City Star, which this week quoted a small piece from my review in its Preview cover story devoted to fan memories of McCartney.
Allow me to thank my ex-employer for the nostalgic exposure. Further allow me to share the same tidbit, but with a quote from McCartney that didn Continue reading
A good number of unsold tickets remain to behold Paul McCartney and his mostly baby boomer fans recalling when they were young courtesy of the septuagenarian ex-Beatle Continue reading
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The grab bag known as weekend fun in Kansas City doesn Continue reading
There should be no lack of places to lay down a blanket and be dazzled by fireworks this Fourth of July weekend, but only one Continue reading
Despite the audience being on the small side, its appreciation was appropriately immense for one of rock Continue reading
The Sprint Center still needs a major professional sports franchise to call it home, but concert-wise the nearly three-year-old arena in the heart of KC Continue reading
Marilyn Maye does this thing while singing that happens so fast yet seems to last forever: Her pupils playfully dart to the upper corners of her eyes and hold there for what seems like a permanent instant.
You swear you Continue reading