Yes and Journey march on, as did Boston for a while, despite not having their original singers. Styx tours without Dennis DeYoung, who wrote and sang its biggest hits. Lynyrd Skynyrd, currently on its own farewell tour, is down to one original member, as is Eagles. Foreigner tours with only one founding member, the guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones, and when Jones became ill a few years ago, the band continued without even him. Smith , who peremptorily hired and fired dozens of members of the Fall, once said. Mick Jones might be on that short list.
Over the years, Foreigner has shed every main member of its early lineups until only Jones was left. Mick handpicked everyone. Jones still sometimes misses shows, depending on his health. Who knew? He and I are not the only reunion truthers prone to dramatic feelings about bass players. If you have as grand an emotional experience seeing Journey without Steve Perry as you would with him, how is your experience not real?
When Styx began to perform in without DeYoung, who was ill with a virus that left him sensitive to bright lights, he was one of four partners in the band who jointly owned the name. He sued, claiming misuse of the Styx trademark, and his ex-bandmates countersued. Band names typically qualify as trademarks, and trademarks can be assigned by contract.
Most bands, Chodosh said, never establish contractually how the band trademark is owned. Before there was an internet where fans could find up-to-date information, bands engaged in outright chicanery. The band had canceled tour dates after the drummer Mick Fleetwood discovered his wife was in love with one of his bandmates, but Davis was unwilling to return the advances promoters had paid, so he cobbled together a sham band while claiming that he owned the name.
In , Clyde McPhatter of the Drifters sold his half-share of the vocal group to its manager, George Treadwell, who signed new members to personal services contracts, then hired and fired them at his whim. Feb 7. Los Angeles, California. Feb 8. Temecula, California. Pechanga Resort and Casino.
Feb 9. Cerritos, California. Cerritos Center. Feb Modesto, California. Gallo Center. Livermore, California. Livermore PAC.
- Prinzen, Parias und wilde Tiere: Eine indische Reise (German Edition).
- The Blessing.
- Smashing Pumpkins Say They’re Happy Now. Can They Keep It Together?.
- Big Packages (League of Hard Heroes Book 1);
San Francisco, California. Seattle, Washington. Vancouver, British Columbia. Portland, Oregon. Rev Hall. Denver, Colorado. Madison, Wisconsin. Orpheum Theatre. Chicago, Illinois. Detroit, Michigan. Royal Oak Music Hall. Cleveland, Ohio. Buffalo, New York. Town Ballroom. Kitchener, Ontario. Centre in the Square. Mar 1. Toronto, Ontario. Mar 2. Montreal, Quebec. Mar 3. Boston, Massachusetts. Wilbur Theatre. Mar 5.
New York, New York. Irving Plaza. Mar 6. Albany, New York. Palace Theater. Mar 7. Syracuse, New York. Mar 9. New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Chicago – A Legacy of Rock, Horns and Hits
State Theatre New Jersey. Mar Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Nashville, Tennessee. Polk Theatre. Ponte Vedra, Florida. Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. Lauderdale, Florida.
Parker Playhouse. Clearwater, Florida. Capitol Theatre. Houston, Texas. Heights Theatre. Austin, Texas.
Dallas, Texas. Majestic Theatre. May 4. Auckland, New Zealand.
- The Opposite of Gravity.
- Starting Over;
- The Twisted Wheel Club All-Dayer.
- Charlie Parker Collection Songbook: Alto Saxophone (Artist Transcriptions).
- Lesson Plans The Leopard Hunts in Darkness.
May 5. Christchurch, New Zealand. Town Hall Auditorium. May 7. Perth, Australia. Perth Concert Hall.
May 8. Brisbane, Australia. May