Your Search Returned 19 tagged news reports
Contributing Music Writer The celebrity status awarded to Levon Helm during his final years was a curious thing...As one of the three lead singers of The Band, he helped for forge a generational voice for a roots-rock hybrid commonly referred to
Shannon Stapleton/Reuters From left, Mavis Staples, Joe Walsh and Mr. Waters. Brian Killian/Getty Images Grace Potter Collaborators and admirers of Levon Helm , who was the drummer for the Band , gathered on Wednesday at the Izod Center for a benefit
Down in the Basement With What's Left of The Band 10:15am The Band on the Ed Sullivan Show. (CBS Photo Archive) Earlier in June, two months after the death of Levon Helm, the drummer and strongest singer in The Band, I received an email with the
Robert Pattinson Announces The Band Biopic, Obviously Should Play Rick Danko 2:35pm While most of the Robert Pattinson -related hubbub today has to do with his non-participation in the sequels to the most recent teen-lit-turned-blockbuster-movie
The legendary band was especially prolific in the late 60's and 70's, recording hits as 'The Weight' during their time together, a media report said. 'The Band' was founded by musicians Rick Danko, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel and Robbie
Few details are known about the movie, but the British actor reveals it will focus on the group's craft more than anything else. In an interview with French magazine Les InRockuptibles, Pattinson is quoted as saying, "I'm going to do a movie about
Whatever else Levon Helm's work with The Band added to the rock 'n' roll lexicon, they did deny the glamour of rock dreams, and that was one thing that set the Arkansas native and his bandmates apart from the usual counter-cultural suspects in 1968.
Follow share this story You know you may not be a kid anymore when rock 'n roll heroes from your youth start to die -- not in their '20s from too much, sex, drugs and rock 'n roll -- but in their '60s or even '70s from diseases of aging like stroke
Levon Holm, the legendary drummer of "The Band", died of complications from cancer at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City...Share This Story "He passed away peacefully at 1:30 this afternoon surrounded by his friends and
N.Y. (AP) — Levon Helm, The Band's commanding drummer and singer, whose solid beat and Arkansas twang helped define classics from the tragic "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" to the playful "Up on Cripple Creek," died Thursday. He was 71.