Nick Elgar/Corbis/VCG via Getty ImagesThe legacy of the late, great music icon Prince was heard on Thursday night’s Shondaland programming lineup on ABC.
On the hit medical drama Grey’s Anatomy, “Nothing Compares 2 U” by Prince & The New Power Generation was on the episode titled “Mama Tried.” On the politically charged Scandal, “Delirious” was played throughout scenes on the episode titled “Trump Card.”
On her official Twitter account, Shonda Rhimes -- who produces the entire prime-time block -- tweeted about the usage of the much treasured catalog for the shows.
“Last night, #Prince's estate allowed us to honor #Prince by using his music on #GreysAnatomy and #Scandal. Thank u, Prince. For everything.”
Legacy RecordingsWe may have seen our last original Pink Floyd studio album ever, but the band has announced plans to reissue its entire catalog on vinyl in a series of installments throughout the year. The first wave of releases will arrive on June 3, and will feature the legendary British band's first four albums -- 1967's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, 1968's A Saucerful of Secrets, and 1969's More film soundtrack and Ummagumma two-LP collection.
The albums will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl and will feature packaging replicating that of the original records. The releases were remastered by longtime Pink Floyd collaborators James Guthrie and Joel Plante, as well as by another award-winning sound engineer, Bernie Grundman.
Pink Floyd's new reissue campaign will mark the first time that the band's entire catalog will be available on vinyl in more than 20 years. It follows a previous initiative running from 2009 to 2011 that saw the band's remastered catalog re-released on CD and digitally.
Photo by Michael Tweed/GoldenvoiceToto guitarist Steve Lukather and keyboardist Steve Porcaro are among the many musicians who will perform at an official tribute concert honoring late Emerson, Lake & Palmer member Keith Emerson that's been scheduled for Saturday, May 28, at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. The event's star-studded lineup also will feature many musicians who were close friends and/or collaborators of the virtuoso keyboardist.
The bill also includes ex-Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, former Jeff Beck drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, Ringo Starr's All Starr Band drummer Gregg Bissonette, and journeyman prog-rock keyboardist/violinist Eddie Jobson. In addition, members of Emerson's solo band and his Three Fates Project group will take part in the show.
The concert will take a career-spanning look at Emerson's work, including music from ELP, The Nice, Three Fates Project and the Keith Emerson Band. Tickets for the concert, which can be purchased at AXS.com, are priced at $39.50 for general admission, not including fees.
As previously reported, Emerson, Lake & Palmer drummer Carl Palmer also will be paying homage to Emerson on his upcoming U.S. tour with his solo band ELP Legacy. The trek will include a concert on June 24 in Miami that will feature appearances by ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett and Vanilla Fudge singer/keyboardist Mark Stein.
Emerson died on March 10 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 71.
Noel Vasquez/Getty Images; Kieran Frost/Redferns via Getty ImagesHere's an unlikely celebrity feud: Arsenio Hall vs. Sinead O'Connor.
The former late-night host is suing the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer for libel over a Facebook post she wrote Monday. In the post, which appears to be no longer available, she suggested that the late music superstar Prince for decades obtained drugs from Hall.
ABC News recently confirmed that authorities are looking into the possibility that Prince died of a drug overdose.
O'Connor reportedly also wrote in reference to Hall, "Expect their call. They are aware you spiked me years ago at Eddie Murphy's house."
Hall's lawsuit describes O'Connor as "desperate" and an "attention-seeker," and claims she has "maliciously published outlandish defamatory lies" about him. He seeks at least five million dollars in damages.
Credit: Amy GranthamWhile Graham Nash will wind down his current U.S. tour leg in support of his latest solo album, This Path Tonight, this week, the folk-rock legend has announced a new series of stateside dates that will take place in the summer. The just-added concerts span from a July 13 performance in Okemah, Oklahoma, through an August 7 gig in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Among the other cities Nash will visit during the summer outing are St. Louis; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Annapolis, Maryland; Seattle; and Portland, Oregon. The Oklahoma show is a benefit for the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival. Graham's itinerary includes a pair of previously reported festival appearances, on July 17 at the Great South Bay Music Festival in Patchogue, New York, and on August 6 at the Vertex Festival in Buena Vista, Colorado.
Accompanying Graham on all of his solo dates is Crosby, Stills & Nash touring guitarist Shane Fontayne, who produced This Path Tonight and co-wrote all of the songs on the album. As previously reported, the record was inspired by recent major personal changes in Nash's life, including the breakup of his 38-year marriage.
The twice-inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will wrap up his current trek with a May 14 show in New York City. He then will head to Europe for a string of dates running from a May 24 concert in London through a June 19 gig in Oslo, Norway.
Nash also will appear this Monday, May 9, as the musical guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which airs 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.
Here are all of Nash's upcoming U.S. tour dates:
5/7 -- Dallas, TX, Granada Theater 5/9 -- San Antonio, TX, Empire Theatre 5/11 -- Chicago, IL, City Winery 5/12 -- Chicago, IL, City Winery 5/14 -- New York, NY, The Town Hall 7/13 -- Okemah, OK, Crystal Theatre – Benefit for Woody Guthrie Folk Festival* 7/14 -- St. Louis, MO, River City Casino* 7/16 -- Glenside, PA, Keswick Theatre* 7/17 -- Patchogue, NY, Great South Bay Music Festival 7/19 -- Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Playhouse* 7/20 -- Harrisburg, PA, The Whitaker Center for Science & the Arts - Sunoco Theater* 7/21 -- Alexandria, VA, The Birchmere* 7/24 -- Annapolis, MD, Rams Head on Stage* 8/2 -- Seattle, WA, Neptune Theatre* 8/3 -- Portland, OR, Aladdin Theater* 8/6 -- Buena Vista, CO, Vertex Festival 8/7 -- Santa Fe, NM, The Lensic Performing Arts Center*
Ethan Miller/Getty Images; Josh CheuseAxl Rose makes his first official appearance as an AC/DC member in a new video invitation for the band's show in Lisbon, Portugal, this Saturday, May 7. In the clip, posted on the Everything Is New Facebook page, the Guns N' Roses singer is seen sitting alongside founding AC/DC guitarist Angus Young and the group's longtime bassist Cliff Williams.
In the brief video, Young declares, "Lisbon, here we come. You know, we're really excited to be here in Portugal. We're here to give you a great rock show, so we hope to see you all there."
Axl then says, "Absolutely. We're very excited to be there," to which Williams adds, "And we'll see you on Saturday."
In March, AC/DC postponed the final 10 U.S. shows of its Rock or Bust trek after longtime singer Brian Johnson announced that he was struggling with hearing issues and would be forced to stop touring. A few weeks later, the band revealed that it would complete the European tour dates, as well as its soon-to-be-rescheduled U.S. shows, with the Guns N' Roses singer taking over frontman duties from Johnson.
The European trek is mapped out through a June 12 concert in Arhus, Denmark. Axl is then scheduled to resume Guns N' Roses' "Not in This Lifetime" Tour in Detroit.
Meanwhile, AC/DC has posted a new band photo featuring Rose on its official Facebook page. In addition, the band has posted a message about the resumption of its tour on its official website that includes testimonials from Alice Cooper, former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde and ex-Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx all commenting about how they think Axl will fit in well with AC/DC.
Cooper says, "You know, his voice is absolutely perfect for that band."
Wylde maintains, "I couldn't think of a better choice than Axl Rose. Axl's such a huge fan. So, yeah, Axl's gonna be beyond honored, and I think it's gonna be awesome."
Lastly, Sixx notes, "I think Axl's got the right voice for that band."
Some rock fans who've gotten to see The Who on its 50th anniversary tour may be of the opinion that frontman Roger Daltrey is aging like fine wine, so perhaps it's appropriate that the singer is launching his own special limited-edition Champagne. The bubbly, called Cuvée Roger Daltrey, is being produced by the Charles Orban Champagne vineyard, and will be released on June 18.
The Champagne is a collaboration between Daltrey and Eminent Life, a company that creates limited-edition products that celebrate excellence in music and the arts. Cuvée Roger Daltrey features a logo that incorporates The Who's classic bullseye insignia along with the singer's signature. The label's design also includes elements of the Tommy album cover.
A bottle of the Champagne sells for 95 pounds, or $138. In addition, Eminent Life is selling solid pewter ice buckets branded with the Cuvée Roger Daltrey logo and coming in a variety of colors for 650 pounds -- or about $942 -- a piece. A portion of the proceeds raised by the Champagne and the buckets will be donated to the Teen Cancer America charity that Daltrey co-founded with his Who band mate Pete Townshend.
According to Eminent-Life.com, Cuvée Roger Daltrey is made from "a subtle blend of three grape varieties, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier," and "has a creamy texture with fine, lively bubbles." You can pre-order the Champagne at the Eminent Life website now.
"I am very excited to have this opportunity to express my passion for champagne through this limited edition cuvee," says Daltrey in a statement. "I hope people enjoy it as much as I do."
Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsOn Wednesday night, Paul McCartney became the latest music star to pay homage to Prince in concert when he launched into a version of "Let's Go Crazy" during his show at the Target Center in the late entertainer's hometown of Minneapolis.
Sir Paul has posted a video clip from the event showing him and his band going from the Wings tune "Hi, Hi, Hi" directly into a raucous, abbreviated rendition of "Let's Go Crazy," a chart-topping hit from Prince's 1984 Purple Rain album.
During the performance, Prince's famous symbol was shown on the giant screen behind the stage. McCartney told the audience after playing the tune, "Here's to the man! Loved that guy…Thank you, Prince, for writing so many beautiful songs, so much beautiful music. And he's your guy."
According to the Star Tribune, McCartney also told the crowd that he'd seen Prince play live a number of times in London and got to watch him perform at a small club this past New Year's Eve. Paul then declared, "Minneapolis, Prince. Prince, Minneapolis. It goes together."
In addition, the newspaper reported that McCartney also paid tribute to George Martin during the concert with a performance of the early Beatles hit "Love Me Do," which was the first song the Fab Four recorded with the late producer.
McCartney's One on One Tour continues tonight with a second show in Minneapolis. You can check out his full itinerary at PaulMcCartney.com.
Brian Rasic/WireImageThe fourth installment of Syfy's Sharknado series, titled Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, has a lot of the same elements as its three predecessors: sharks, tornadoes and a whole lot of celebrity cameos. This time around Vince Neil of Motley Crue will be making an appearance, playing himself.
Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, which will star returning leads Ian Ziering and Tara Reid, will premiere on Syfy July 31 at 8 p.m. ET.
M. Caulfield/WireImageDuring his lifetime, Prince cited Stevie Wonder as a influence and role model, and now the Motown legend is recalling is final conversation with the late singer.
"We talked about how we needed to fix this world," Wonder tells Rolling Stone. "All this bullcrap about getting our country back and ‘Make America Great Again’ -- it’s always been great. We just have to stop people filling their minds with lies and prejudice and open them up to the possibilities.”
He continues, "Prince was so inspired, and so inspiring. He was kind, he was disciplined and he knew where he wanted to go. He was able to make big transitions. If Michael [Jackson] was the King of Pop, Prince should be the Emperor."
And showing that even in this saddest of times his humor remains, the blind from birth Wonder adds, "Prince's music was so picturesque that even I could see it.
Neil Lupin/RedfernFederal authorities are now investigating Prince's death.
A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office told ABC News in a statement Wednesday that the organization, along with the DEA, will work in conjunction with the local sheriff's office to investigate the singer's death.
“The U.S. Attorney’s Office and DEA are joining the Carver County Sheriff’s investigation. The DEA and U.S. Attorney’s Office are able to augment this local investigation with federal resources and expertise about prescription drug diversion," the statement read. "While this remains an ongoing investigation, we will have no further comment.”
Local authorities told ABC News that the feds' involvement is largely due to the fact that they need to be able to investigate what happened involving Prince in other states. Of particular interest: the emergency landing his plane made in Illinois the week before his death.
Late last month, the music legend was found unresponsive in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate and was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. That morning, Prince was scheduled to meet with Andrew Kornfeld, the son of opioid addiction specialist Dr. Howard Kornfeld, according to the Kornfelds' lawyer, Bill Mauzy. Mauzy added that Dr. Kornfeld had been contacted by Prince's reps to discuss how to help the singer, who may have struggled with prescription drug addiction.
ABC News has confirmed that authorities are looking into the possibility that the singer died of an overdose. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. ABC affiliate KSTP-TV reports the painkiller Percocet was found in Prince's system.
According to his longtime friend, bassist Larry Graham, Prince, who did not discuss his health openly, seemed "pretty normal" before his death.
Carl TimponeWith The Go-Go's sunny, chipper pop-rock hits like "Vacation" and "Our Lips Are Sealed," it might be hard to remember that the band came up in the Los Angeles punk scene in the late 1970s.
Go-Go's guitarist Jane Wiedlin is remembering those days in a new book of essays and rememberances, Under the Big Black Sun: A Personal History of L.A. Punk, compiled by John Doe of legendary L.A. punk band X. Billboard is streaming an excerpt from the companion audiobook that features Wiedlin recounting her band's origins.
In the excerpt Wiedlin admits that the group was formed because, "Eventually it became painfully obvious that you needed no prior knowledge to form a punk band and that we were the only kids left who hadn’t done so." She adds, "we were perfectly capable of being just as incompetent as anyone else."
That "incompetence" included making history as the first and only all-female band whose members wrote their own songs and played their own instruments to top the Billboard album charts.
To mark the 35th anniversary of their signature song "We Got the Beat," the Go-Go's will be performing at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards airing Sunday, May 22 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The band heads out on a farewell tour beginning August 2.
Credit: Claude GassianPresumptive Republican presidential nomineee Donald Trump has hit a stone wall -- a Rolling Stones wall, that is. The iconic British band has demanded that he stop using their music for any part of his campaign.
In a statement, Sir MickJagger and company said they have not given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and "have requested that they cease all use immediately."
"Start Me Up" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" have been heard at Trump campaign events as part of an eclectic hodgepodge of tunes Trump has used including opera and Elton John.
Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesDirector and former child star Ron Howard is bringing his Beatles documentary -- working title Eight Days a Week -- to Hulu.
This fall after its theatrical run, the film will head to the streaming service, marking Hulu's first exclusive documentary premiere after a theatrical release. According to Variety, the film highlights the band's early days, 1962 to 1966, featuring never-before-seen footage. The two surviving Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as George Harrison's widow Olivia and Yoko Ono, were involved in the making of the film.
In 2014 Howard told Rolling Stone, "I believe you're going to actually feel like you're somewhere in the Sixties, seeing what it was like to be there, feeling it and hearing it. And as a film director, that's a fantastic challenge."
Eight Days a Week is Howard's second music documentary. In 2013, he directed the Jay Z festival film Made in America.
Warner Bros. Home EntertainmentOn Tuesday, Dolly Parton's most recent triumph made its way to DVD. When Coat of Many Colors premiered on NBC last December, close to 16 million people watched it, making it the most successful movie made for broadcast TV in more than six years.
"It's always been a favorite song of mine, and a true story, and people had always said to me, 'Why don't you do that as a movie?' So one day I thought, 'Well, I ain't gettin' no younger. I better do it if I'm gonna live to see it!'" the country legend jokes. "So, we did it last year and it got great ratings, got really a lot of wonderful response because of the family and faith-based stuff on TV. You ain't seeing much of that anymore, which I kinda miss myself."
The home video version of Coat of Many Colors includes an alternate cut of the film, with deleted scenes and other extras.
"They did a lot of scenes that were left out," Parton says. "We used a lot of scenes that didn't make it, some interviews, the kind of making of the movie. So it's really got a lot of interesting things in it. [It would] be a nice Mother's Day present, since it is about Mama."
Both Dolly and fellow country star Jennifer Nettles, who starred as Parton matriarch Avie Lee in the movie, have confirmed that plans are moving ahead for another film that would continue the story of the close-knit family from the Smoky Mountains, this one set at Christmas.
Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesThe Minneapolis Star Tribune is reporting that a meeting was set between Prince and a specialist in drug addiction the day before his death on April 21.
According to the unconfirmed report, on April 20 representatives for Prince reached out to Dr. Howard Kornfeld, who runs Recovery Without Walls in Mill Valley, California, in an attempt to deal with what an attorney for the Kornfeld family says was described as "a grave medical emergency.”
The Californian doctor was called to meet with the singer the next day, but could not clear his schedule. Instead, Kornfeld sent his son, Andrew Kornfeld, to Minnesota to explain how the confidential treatment would work, the Star Tribune says.
“The plan was to quickly evaluate his health and devise a treatment plan,” William Mauzy, a Minneapolis attorney working with the Kornfeld family, told the paper. “… The doctor was planning on a lifesaving mission.”
When Andrew arrived at Paisley Park on Thursday, the staff could not immediately locate the singer and it is said that Kornfeld was one of three people to find the musician’s body in an elevator a few minutes later -- with Andrew reportedly the one calling 911.
Although toxicology tests are still pending, sources tell the Star Tribune that Prince's use of painkillers, which were found at the scene, is the primary focus of the investigation.
Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesThe Who apparently are prepared to stay on the road beyond their 50th anniversary with the announcement of a new late-summer European trek dubbed the Back to The Who Tour. The outing -- which kicks off on August 29 in Glasgow, U.K., and is plotted out through a September 19 show in Milan, Italy -- will take place prior to the band's just-confirmed appearance at the star-studded classic-rock-themed Desert Trip festival in Indio, California.
The tour also will include stops in four other U.K. cities, two German dates and performances in Vienna, Austria, and Bologna, Italy.
The Who recently launched the second North American leg of its The Who Hits 50! Tour, which will wind down May 29 in Las Vegas, and the band also has lined up a four European dates in the middle of June. You can check out the group's full itinerary at TheWho.com.
As previously reported, The Who and Roger Waters both will perform during the final day of the Desert Trip Festival, which runs from October 7 to October 9 at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio. The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan will play the event's first day, while Paul McCartney and Neil Young will take the stage for day two of the fest.
Here are The Who's newly announced European dates:
Credit: Chapman BaehlerCyndi Lauper is known for her colorful style, but she tells Rolling Stone that it wasn't always easy to stay true to her bold image. The pink-haired 62-year-old -- whose first country album, DETOUR, comes out Friday -- credits Lady Gaga with reminding her to embrace her uniqueness.
"There was a time, around the early '90s, when they kept telling me, 'Your true colors should just shine from the inside,' and I got plainer and plainer and plainer," she says of her corporate critics. "I looked at myself in the mirror and said, 'Who the f*** are you?' I think I was floundering. When I met Lady Gaga [in 2009], I think I woke up. 'I'll have freaking colored hair when I want!'"
Lauper says she'd never have made it on shows like The Voice or American Idol, "because I wouldn't want to listen to somebody telling me what the f*** to do." But she did try her hand at reality TV once. The singer was a contestant on season nine of The Celebrity Apprentice. So what does she think of her former "boss," Donald Trump?
"At the time I said he seemed nice because he had nice children, and that I wish I was so smart that I could get people to work that stinking hard and just show up and wave and say, 'OK, you're fired!'" she says of the Republican presidential candidate. "But you don't go on TV as a presidential candidate and talk about the size of your hand. You don't do it. It's so f****** juvenile and stupid."
She adds, "You think I want that person next to that red button? I don't freaking think so." For the record, Lauper's a Hillary Clinton fan.
Credit: David McClisterCheap Trick took part in a special event at New York City's Irving Plaza on Tuesday celebrating Live Nation's National Concert Day, which promotes the various summer tours that will be taking place this year. The recently inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will be hitting the road in July with Heart and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts on the Rock Hall Three for All Tour.
At the event, Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen told ABC Radio that he was looking forward to the trek, noting that he and his band mates have known Jett and Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson for many years.
"We knew Joan when she was in The Runaways," he explained. "She was the first famous person we knew that wore a Cheap Trick shirt, back in 1975 I think it was. And then, we've known…Ann and Nancy for a long time. I mean, [we've] just been friends."
Nielsen also shared his favorite summer tour highlight, which he said was getting to hit the road with KISS for three months back in 1977.
"That was a big boost to our career, and it was a nice long tour," he explained. "We were kind of basically pretty unknown, but we got great reviews. But KISS sold the tickets."
Meanwhile, Nielsen revealed to ABC Radio that by the time Cheap Trick heads out on the Rock Hall Three for All trek, his seventh and eighth grandchildren will have entered the world. He said that his son Dax, who also happens to be Cheap Trick's drummer, is expecting a baby with his wife within the next day, and his daughter Scarlet is due to give birth in June.
The Rock Hall Three for All Tour kicks off July 14 in Clarkston, Michigan, and is mapped out through a September 23 show in West Palm Beach, Florida. You can check out all of Cheap Trick's upcoming concerts at CheapTrick.com.
PRNewsFoto/Legacy RecordingsIn February 1974, Van Morrison released the acclaimed two-disc concert album It's Too Late to Stop Now, which featured select performances from a series of shows the lauded singer/songwriter played in 1973 at venues in Los Angeles; Santa Monica, California; and London. Now, unreleased performances from those same concerts have been compiled in a new three-CD/one-DVD set titled It's Too Late To Stop Now...Volumes II, III, IV & DVD, which will be released on June 10.
The collection's three audio discs were recorded, respectively, on May 23 at The Troubadour in L.A.; on June 29 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, and on July 23 and 24 at The Rainbow Theatre in London. The DVD boasts footage from the July 24 concert, which originally aired on the BBC but has never been available on home video. Morrison was accompanied at the shows by the 11-piece Caledonia Soul Orchestra, which featured two horn players and a string section.
Among the well-known songs featured on the new collection are live renditions of such classic Morrison tunes as "Brown Eyed Girl," "Moondance," "Caravan" "Wild Night," "Domino," "Gloria" and "Into the Mystic" as well as covers of Sam Cooke's "Bring It On Home to Me" and Hank Williams' "Hey, Good Lookin'." All of the recordings have been remixed from the original multitrack tapes by engineer Guy Massey, who previously has worked on The Beatles' and Paul McCartney's remastered releases.
In addition, the original It's Too Late to Stop Now album also has been remastered and will be reissued June 10 as a two-CD set and two-LP package, marking the first time in more than 25 years that the record will be released on vinyl. The album also will be available in hi-res digital formats.
Here is the full track list of It's Too Late To Stop Now...Volumes II, III, IV & DVD:
Volume II (Recorded at The Troubadour, May 23, 1973):
"Come Running" "These Dreams of You" "The Way Young Lovers Do" "Snow in San Anselmo" "I Just Want to Make Love to You" "Bring It On Home to Me" "Purple Heather" "Hey, Good Lookin'" "Bein' Green" "Brown Eyed Girl" "Listen to the Lion" "Hard Nose the Highway" "Moondance" "Cyprus Avenue" "Caravan"
Volume III (Recorded at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, June 29, 1973):
"I've Been Working" "There There Child" "No Way" "Since I Fell for You" "Wild Night" "I Paid the Price" "Domino" "Gloria" "Buona Sera" "Moonshine Whiskey" "Ain't Nothing You Can Do" "Take Your Hand out of My Pocket" "Sweet Thing" "Into the Mystic" "I Believe to My Soul"
Volume IV (Recorded live at The Rainbow Theatre, July 23 & 24, 1973):
"Listen to the Lion" "I Paid the Price" "Bein' Green" "Since I Fell for You" "Into the Mystic" "Everyone" "I Believe to My Soul" "Sweet Thing" "I Just Want to Make Love to You" "Wild Children" "Here Comes the Night" "Buona Sera" "Domino" "Caravan" "Cyprus Avenue"
DVD (Recorded at The Rainbow Theatre, July 24, 1973):
"Here Comes the Night" "I Just Want to Make Love to You" "Brown Eyed Girl" "Moonshine Whiskey" "Moondance" "Help Me" "Domino" "Caravan" "Cyprus Avenue"