Monday, March 14th, 2011 at 8:00 PM
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The Ghost Of A Saber Toothed Tiger featuring Sean Lennon & Charlotte Kemp Muhl with special guests...
Wed 2/24 @ The Independent
Yes - Cancelled
Tue 8/19 @ Shoreline Amphitheatre
Well, I'm way behind the times on everything. I'm pret-ty pret-ty bummed, though. So good.
Tour canceled (for a while now it seems) ...
Tickets are onsale May 4th at 10am at www.LiveNation.com
SCHOOL OF ROCK BENEFIT CONCERT - featuring :The West Coast All-Stars and Jon Anderson of Yes!
Sun 7/22 @ Great American Music Hall
Hey Amy #1: School of Rock does offer scholarships, and this benefit concert is all about raising $ for that purpose. As SF School of Rock music director Aldo Noboa puts it, "Some of our most brilliant students happen to be the scholarship students. We're just trying to further music and further people who are really intent on music, and the reality is a lot of those people can't afford to pay for our program. We don't turn them away, because that's just not really what we're trying to do musically. Even though that's not necessarily the greatest thing for a business, for the heart that's involved in this place, we have to have our scholarship program."
Ha. Thanks. I heard about that too. Can someone also correct me if I'm wrong- Don't kids have to pay to go to this school? I mean, I'm all about kids rockin' and music education in general but isn't this school only available to kids who already have money? Do they offer scholarships? Why are they having so many benefits all the time? Maybe I need to see the documentary.
Jon Anderson has C A N C E L L E D ! ! !
YES rocker JON ANDERSON pulled out of a charity fundraising concert, after his spiritual adviser told him not to perform. The frontman of the classic rock band was due to perform at the Paul Green School of Rock Music in San Francisco, California - the inspiration for Jack Black movie School of Rock. But Anderson has cancelled, claiming his guru told him not to perform again this year. The school's music director Aldo Noboa tells PageSix that Anderson also asked him to tell pupils he had pulled out for "health reasons". Noboa says, "It does add a little more burn to the thing. I understand it's polite (to cite health reasons), but why should we do that? It seems kind of presumptuous. You have to honour your commitments. "His name is already on the tickets and the posters, and a good number of the tickets were sold on the strength of Jon Anderson. The kids are upset and a lot of their parents who are Yes fans are like, 'What the hell is this?' I mean, how bad can playing with the kids be? That can't be bad karma, can it?" Anderson told an interview with Howard Stern last year that his advisor "helped him see into the fourth dimension."
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