Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Stars Wars Fans Can Now Experience The Entire Epic Series In A New Way

Star Wars fans can experience the series in a whole new way – through the mesmerizing musical scores found throughout all six films. Three-story-tall high-def screens will be displaying footage from the movies around the stage, and the performances will be narrated by Anthony Daniels, who played C-3P0. Don’t expect to see the actor clad in gold armor or playing the part of the beloved robot; he’s strictly there to host and narrate the performances.

In addition to traveling with a full symphony orchestra and some of the largest HD screens ever put on tour, the performances will also be bringing along some of the various artifacts, production artwork, props, and costumes. As if that wasn’t enough to make most die-hard Star Wars fans strap on their lightsabers and head out to attend the performance, the performances will also feature specially created behind-the-scenes videos from the fabled Lucasfilm Archives; some of these pieces have never left Skywalker Ranch before, making this an enticing treat indeed.

When asked to comment on the creation of the performance pieces, George Lucas himself said:

“We’ve taken the key themes from the music and cut together all the images that fit with each theme, so you can really get a sense of how the music played into the images. The whole soundtrack is a testament to John Williams’ creativity and his extraordinary ability to enhance the emotional aspects of the films.”

The concert will be embarking on its memorable journey across the globe starting with a concert at Anaheim, CA’s Honda Center on October 1, 2009. From there, it will make a stop in Phoenix, Sacramento, San Jose, and Los Angeles, Ca; Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK. More locations are to be announced later on, and Star Wars In Concert tickets for the dates that have already been set are currently available through

Full Star Wars Concert Schedule

1959, 1969, And 1984… Celebrate Good Times!

What do these years have in common? Probably about as much as the millions of people who are gearing up for the concert of a lifetime that will take place on October 29th and 30th of this year. Motown was founded in 1959, Woodstock flower-powered into history during 1969, and the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame was formed in 1984. All of these spectacular advances for the music world will be celebrated at Madison Square Garden during the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Concert.

Private ticket sales having ended, the public can now get their hands on a piece of this incredible, historically significant event. This isn’t your average concert, by any means, and these acts aren’t heading out on tour. Hotel reservations, plane tickets, and all of the other nickel and dime expenses that come with the trip of a lifetime need to be addressed, and the sooner the better.

Though the full performance list has not been revealed, and we always expect a surprise or two at the very least, the artists reported to be performing include some of the influential and well-known entertainers that the world has ever known. More than reference will assuredly be made in honor of the late Michael Jackson, especially given that a few of his closest and dearest friends will take the stage.

We’re talking Metallica, U2, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Eric Clapton, Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin, Simon and Garfunkel, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Friends, and Stevie Wonder. The mega concert will continue to rock our worlds, change our lives, and play our soundtracks for 2 days. If you have questions about Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tickets, venue, schedules, or if you wish to order tickets securely online, feel free to visit

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