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Ben Fong-Torres

Ben Fong-Torres

Posted to New Releases on June 30, 2015

Backstreet Boys - Homecoming: Live in Orlando 
Their rabid fans probably thought the Backstreet Boys were sent from heaven, but no. They formed in Orlando, Florida, and after blasting off with a string of hits in 1997, they came home for a New Year’s Eve concert in the last hours of 1998. They are, of course, generous with their hits, including the first, “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart),” “As Long As You Love Me,” “I’ll Never Br…

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New Music Tuesday

Ben Fong-Torres

Ben Fong-Torres

Posted to New Releases on June 23, 2015

Dixie Chicks - Top of the World Tour: Live
Talk about costume changes. This 52-minute record of the Dixie Chicks’ 2003 tour through North America can’t be called a documentary, since every performance is pieced together from numerous different shows, so that Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Martie Maguire are in constantly varying outfits on each song. Distracting, but the Chicks are a pleasant distraction, and there’s no question about their musical and vocal…

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Introducing the Nash TV channel on Qello Concerts!

Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

Nicole Zeitzer Johnson

Posted on June 18, 2015

  We are proud to announce the new NASH TV channel on Qello Concerts!  Country music fans - across the globe - can now watch the incredible Nash TV original programming including: “NASH Nights Live,” “Grits & Hits,” “America’s Morning Show,” and “Real Live Performances” any time they want - on any digital device!     Check out the official press relelase...   NASH TV LAUNCHES GLOBAL OTT S…

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New Music Tuesday

Ben Fong-Torres

Ben Fong-Torres

Posted to New Releases on June 16, 2015


Incubus - The Morning View Sessions
The setting for this intimate Incubus show appears to be in the round, with the stage surrounded by fans. But lead singer Brandon Boyd still manages to not give them a clear view as the band opens with “Pardon Me.” He faces his band mates, his back to the audience. Maybe it’s because this session was for a radio broadcast, on the eve of the 2001 album, Morning View. But fans do get plenty of Incubus, up close and energeti…

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