Jay Z, Chris Martin Ride London Tube To Rapper’s Concert: Timbaland, Robinson Cano, Cc Sabathia Join

Concert to celebrate restored organ in Holliston

Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 1 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Celine Dion to perform NYC concert for superfans Haley Blum, USA TODAY 2:40 p.m. EDT October 11, 2013 The free Pandora-sponsored show in New York City will celebrate her new album, ‘Loved Me Back to Life.’ Celine Dion performs on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City on July 27, 2013. (Photo: ClEment Allard, AP) SHARE 272 CONNECT 30 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE If you’re 21 or older, live in the tri-state area, have added a Celine Dion station on Pandora and consider yourself a passionate fan of the Canadian singer you may be in luck. Internet radio Pandora is bringing Dion to New York City’s Edison Ballroom on Oct. 29 for a special show in its Pandora Presents series. The concert, in anticipation of Dion’s upcoming album, Loved Me Back to Life, is free. The catch? You need to meet the qualifications above in order for Pandora to consider handing you an invitation. The Pandora Presents series gives out concert tickets to intimate shows around the country to fans who have “demonstrated an affinity for the identified artist” through their use of online streaming service. Not a 21-year-old Dion superfan who lives in or around New York? There’s still hope for you if you want to see the diva sing live.

The rapper was on his way to performing at London’s O2 Arena Saturday.

By Chiderah Monde / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, October 14, 2013, 7:45 AM infusny-271/uklo-200 Jay Z and Chris Martin were spotted taking the train to London’s O2 Arena. First, he took the subway to Brooklyn like a true New Yorker. Now, Jay Z is taking over London’s tube. The 43-year-old rapper gave several Londoners quite the celebrity sighting when he boarded the city’s underground on his way to his own concert at the O2 Arena on Saturday. Neil Lupin/Redferns via Getty Images The rapper was on his way to performing at Londons O2 Arena Saturday. Not only were tube riders graced by the charitable presence of Jay Z, the rapper brought a few famous friends. infusny-271/uklo-200 The rapper’s famous entourage included producer Timbaland, and baseballers Robinson Cano and CC Sabathia. Coldplay frontmanand best budChris Martin, hit producer Timbaland, and Yankees players Robinson Cano and CC Sabathia were a part of Hov’s 15-person entourage, eyewitnesses told Us Weekly. infusny-271/uklo-200 The celebritiy sightings caused a stir for fellow tube riders. “He got on the same carriage as us at Waterloo station,” a rider told the mag. “It was the Jubilee Line.” Last time, the “Magna Carta Holy Grail” rapper boarded a Brooklyn-bound R train on his way to Barclays for one of his concerts. An adorable encounter with unsuspecting artist Ellen Grossman, who had no idea who Jay Z was, became a viral video.

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Mary’s director of music. They will present a program with music by Buxhtehude, Bach and Mendelssohn, among others. The concert is free and open to all. There will be a free-will basket available for donations. There will be a light reception after the recital. St. Mary’s Church, 8 Church St., Holliston is presenting a free organ concert on Friday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. to give thanks for the recent repairs and restoration of its 1905 Hutchings-Votey pipe organ. The recital will present organists Leo Abbott, the director of music at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, Margaret Angelini of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sharon, and Juan A. Mesa, St.

Concert review: Pearl Jam hits Pittsburgh like a lightning bolt

Pearl Jam, led by Eddie Vedder, kicked off its world tour at Consol Energy Center Friday night.

Matt Freed/Post-Gazette Eddie Vedder, left, leads Pearl Jam at Consol Energy Center Friday night. Click image to enlarge Tweet By Scott Mervis/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The lights went down in Consol Energy Center at 8:21 — almost an hour after the ticket time — and with the live premiere of the pensive new song “Pendulum,” the Lightning Bolt Tour was on. Having rehearsed on it all week, Pearl Jam was well acquainted with the Consol stage and everything to be played on it, and tonight, it was time to christen Pearl Jam’s first full U.S. tour since 2010 and first concert in Pittsburgh since 2006. Set list Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town Lightning Bolt Rockin’ in the Free World Yellow Ledbetter “I was starting to get nervous about our first gig,” Eddie Vedder said at one point, “and I happened to be talking to Bruce Springsteen, and he said, ‘Aw [expletive], it’s in Pittsburgh, it’s going to be a smoking crowd.” True to form, it was a high-energy, high-spirited, nearly 30-song Springsteen-style marathon from Eddie and the boys, who made it feel like they were FROM Pittsburgh. Pearl Jam had teased a few new songs in a pair of shows this summer — one at Wrigley Field, one in London, Ontario — but this was the live debut for many of the tunes from “Lightning Bolt.” Although it doesn’t come out until Tuesday, it was streamed on iTunes this week, so the Pearl Jam faithful were prepared. When he sang “Pendulum” in his rich baritone, drawing out that great line “Easy come, easy go/easy left me long ago,” there was already a spark of recognition. The band is obviously proud of this one, and with good reason. When they powered through the title track and the breakneck single “Mind Your Manners,” they already sounded like songs from a future “greatest hits” collection. They were paired with the furious “Animal” as an easy compare and contrast to older days. Of course, Pearl Jam is just as effective, or more so, in the mid-tempo zone, making songs like “Nothingman,” “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in Small Town” and “Faithfull” sing-along celebrations. Add to that “Sirens,” a beauty from the new album about the fragility of life, with death right outside the door. “Unemployable” was delivered as “a fate I wish on everybody in Congress,” Mr. Vedder said. Something about “Daughter” made him think of Franco Harris because he inserted a breathy chant of “Let’s Go Franco” into the song, followed by a toast to the running back he said was the best when he was growing up.