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Win Free Alice Cooper Tickets from 99X!
Alice Cooper, The Godfather of Shock Rock, will be in Shreveport next week.  The Spend The Night Tour hits the stage at Municipal Auditorium at 7:30 Thursday night, May 11th.
Alice Cooper was originally the name of a band that formed in Arizona in the late 1960's; Vincent Damon Furnier was …
McCartney Ticket Details Released
For his One On One Tour, Paul McCartney has chosen to play in places he undoubtedly has never played before like Duluth, Georgia; Wichita, Kansas; and--lucky for us--Bossier City, Louisiana.  McCartney's appearance at the CenturyLink Center is scheduled for Saturday, July 15th...
See Guns N Roses In Concert!
After almost 25 years apart Axl, Slash, and Duff are back together and they're travelling the world with their Not In This Lifetime Tour.  The American leg of the tour begins in July and on September 6th they'll be at the Sun Bowl in El Paso...
Freddie Mercury Biopic Gets Release Date
It's been rumored to be happening for years, and every time the rumors have been just that.  The difference is now that a director's name has been announced by a major Hollywood studio, so it could actually be happening.
Fox Studios has announced that Bryan Singer will direct Bohe…
Boston In Shreveport–You Could Be There!
The album, Boston, was released in 1976 to little fanfare.  After all, numerous record labels had rejected the band's demo, and when Epic signed them in 1975 they had no idea what was in store.  The album flew off the shelves to become the biggest selling debut album in history..…
Tony Iommi Composes Church Music? It’s True!
Who'da thunk it?  The Father Of Heavy Metal writing music for the Father Of Life? Tony Iommi, the legendary guitarist of Black Sabbath, was approached before the start of Black Sabbath's farewell tour last year by the Very Reverent Catherine Ogle from the cathedral in Iommi's hom…
Shreveport/Bossier’s Classic Rock Summer
The upcoming concert calendar for Shreveport/Bossier could be called The Summer Of Classic Rock.  Except for a couple of baby band shows, the slate of concerts looks like something straight out of 1980.

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