William Royce "Boz" Scaggs got his start as a guitarist and occasional lead singer with the Steve Miller Band, appearing on the band's first two albums, 'Children of the Future' and 'Sailor.' Over his 30 plus year career, the Grammy-winning musician has racked up a catalog of hits including 'Lido Shuffle,' 'Look What You've Done To Me,' 'Miss Sun,' 'Jo Jo,' 'Heart Of Mine,' 'Lowdown,' 'Harbor Lights,' 'We're All Alone' and many others. He had performed on tour with Donald Fagen and Michael McDonald together as one band billed as The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue.
You have seen them on television. Now come and see the 'Impractical Jokers' cast live. Don't miss this interactive comedy show with improv, never before seen videos inspired by the hit television show Impractical Jokers on TruTV, and more. Q, Sal, Joe and Murr have been entertaining each other for years with the most hilarious dares they could imagine. Now you can watch them on stage with their signature brand of comedy.
With a catalog of top-10 hits including "Fire and Rain," "Shower the People," "Carolina In My Mind," and "Mexico," beloved singer-songwriter James Taylor has earned over 40 gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards as well as multiple Grammy Awards. His first "Greatest Hits" album earned the Recording Industry Association of America's elite Diamond Award, given for sales of over 10 million copies in the United States. In 1998 Taylor was honored with the Century Award, Billboard magazine's highest accolade, bestowed for distinguished creative achievement; and in 2000 he was inducted into the Rock and Roll of Fame and Songwriter's Hall of Fame.
Matchbox twenty frontman Rob Thomas made quite an impression with his guest vocal on Santana's 1999 Grammy winner, 'Supernatural.' Rob won three Grammys for Pop Collaboration with Vocals along with Santana, and Song of the Year with Itaal Shur - all for 'Smooth.' Now, while matchbox twenty has a short hiatus, Thomas steps out in front with his solo debut, '...something to be.'
Jerry Seinfeld has made the complete circle back to his performing roots. In 1989 he became a household name when he co-created 'Seinfeld' with Larry David and was on the air for nine years. The last episode aired to an audience of over 75 million viewers. Now, he is back performing stand-up, giving his fans new material...as well as satisfying returns to some of his classic routines.
A dominant force in rock music for nearly 50 years, YES has created some of rock's most enduring and compelling hits and has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. The band's celebrated discography includes hits such as "Owner of a Lonely Heart," "I've Seen All Good People" and "Roundabout." Nearly 20 different musicians have been a part of the band's line-up, which currently includes founding members Jon Davison and Chris Squire as well as guitarist Steve Howe, drummer Alan White and keyboardist Geoff Downes.
Darius Rucker is best known as the lead singer of Hootie and the Blowfish. As the band took a break from recording after the release of Musical Chairs in 1998, Rucker used his free time wisely and launched a solo career, which allowed the singer to explore his R&B and country influences.
The "Redheaded Stranger," Willie Nelson, is a country music and songwriting legend who has penned songs like "Crazy," "On the Road Again," "Hello Walls," "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" and many more. His career has spanned six decades, included more than 200 albums and been marked by his work as a songwriter, author, poet, activist, actor and iconic rebel.
Carlos Santana is a Mexican and American musician who first became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana, which pioneered a fusion of rock and Latin American music. The band's sound featured his melodic, blues-based guitar lines set against Latin and African rhythms featuring percussion instruments such as timbales and congas not generally heard in rock music. Santana continued to work in these forms over the following decades. He experienced a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim in the late 1990s. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine listed Santana at number 20 on their list of the '100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.' He has won 10 Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards.
Comedian/songwriter Jeff Foxworthy paid his dues by working 48 weeks a year on the road. The result: Foxworthy captured the award for Best Stand-Up Comic at the 1990 American Comedy Awards. He has opened for Garth Brooks, Jay Leno and The Judds.
Blessed with what The New York Times described as a "beautiful countertenor," singer Art Garfunkel has made an indelible mark on the music world as both a solo artist and half of the unrivaled, Grammy Award-winning Simon & Garfunkel. Their greatest hits collection, which includes 'Mrs. Robinson,' 'Scarborough Fair,' 'The Sound of Silence,' 'The Boxer,' and 'Bridge Over Troubled Water,' among others, is the biggest selling album ever by a duo. Garfunkel has also enjoyed a successful film career, published a book of poetry and recently released his 12th solo album, titled 'Some Enchanted Evening,' on Atco Records. 'Some Enchanted Evening' is a musical celebration of material from the 20th century's greatest songwriters, including Rodgers & Hammerstein, Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, Antonio Carlos Jobim and George Gershwin.
Jim Gaffigan's whimsical humor and clever, quiet style have made him one of the top five most successful touring comedians in the country. Add to that his familiarity with TV audiences, from commercials to appearances on 'Sex and the City' and 'That '70s Show,' to a run on Broadway in 'That Championship Season,' and his career continues to soar.
Gabriel "Picachu" ("Fluffy") Iglesias' style of comedy is a mixture of story telling with characters and sound effects that bring all his personal issues to life. His amazing ability to cross over with a clean animated style of comedy has put him in big demand throughout the stand-up comedy circuit.
Counting Crows originated in Berkeley, CA and gained popularity in the mid-nineties with the release of the hit single "Mr. Jones." Since then, the band, whose influences include Van Morrison, R.E.M., Nirvana and Bob Dylan and The Band, has sold over 20 million records, received an Oscar nomination for "Accidentally in Love" (from "Shrek 2"), and despite several member changes, continued to flourish. Fronted by founding member Adam Duritz, the group frequently improvises on stage, adding new twists to familiar songs, and is currently on the road with some new songs from an upcoming studio album.
In 1967, seven Chicago musicians set out to create a new sound: a rock band with horns. Their dream turned into 20 Top-10 singles and 12 Top-10 albums. Among their hits many hits are "If You Leave Me Now," "Hard To Say I'm Sorry" and "Here In My Heart."
If you ask different people where they first saw Arsenio Hall, you'd probably get a number of different answers. But, it was the success of his Emmy Award-winning late night talk show "The Arsenio Hall Show" that made Arsenio a household name.
Highly regarded by both DJ Magazines and ultra-loyal fans all over the world, DJ Tiësto, due in part to his legendary six-hour, energetic live sets, has been elevated to mythical status as one of the world's foremost DJs. Though known primarily for his pioneering contributions to the trance scene, Tiësto's style is now a mix of everything: "trance, house, techno - it's the best of all that the dance world has to offer."
Former daytime soap star and '80s pop rocker, Rick Springfield, is known for such hits as "Jessie's Girl" and "Love Somebody" and his 2012 release is called "Songs For The End Of The World." He has sold over 25 million records, has 17 top-40 hits and a 1981 Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal for his number 1 hit, "Jessie's Girl."
Platinum-certified, rising pop star Meghan Trainor is a young singer-songwriter who made a splash on the music scene with her catchy, body-positive hit, "All About That Bass." The Massachusetts native has also penned tracks for such artists as Rascal Flatts, Hunter Hayes and more.
The Band Perry, a CMA Award-winning and Grammy-nominated group, is comprised of siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry. They grew up playing gigs in Mobile, AL, and made connections with Garth Brooks' manager, Bob Doyle, in 2008. After years of writing and recording music in Nashville, they had their first No. 1 single in December 2010 with 'If I Die Young,' which was written by lead singer Kimberly. Since then, their freshman album has gone on to sell over 500,000 copies.