Tom and the guys have many musical influences, but the band’s show at Scottrade Center in St. Louis Friday put one of their biggest front and center – the late, great Chuck Berry.
During band introductions after “Don’t Come Around Here No More,” Tom told the story about meeting Mike for the first time and the Chuck Berry tune the legendary Heartbreaker guitarist played to convince Tom he... View details ⇨
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers returned to the Klipsch Music Center outside Indianapolis Saturday night to open the venue’s 29th concert season with a hit-laden show spanning the band’s four decades in rock 'n' roll.
Hoosiers have a special place in their heart for Tom and the guys. The band has played many historic concerts at this legendary amphitheater, formerly called Deer Creek,... View details ⇨
Mike Campbell is known the world over for being one of rock ‘n roll’s great guitar players, a fact that was only reinforced Wednesday night at the State Farm Center in Champaign, IL.
Starting off with a great solo on the show-opening “Rockin’ Around With You,” the legendary Heartbreakers guitarist traded licks with keyboardist Benmont Tench on “You Got Lucky” before following it up with his... View details ⇨
They're gone! 1) October 7, 2010 in Phoenix, AZ 2) December 31, 1979 in Oakland, CA 3) Eddie Money & The Fabulous Poodles 4) "Carol," June 4, 2013, The Fonda, Hollywood, CA 5) "Johnny B. Goode" #TPHB40 #StLouis #ticketgiveaways #ChuckBerry
Though it’s only been in the setlist since Houston, “Crawling Back to You” has quickly become one of the centerpieces of the show each night.
In Memphis, Tom and the guys tore through the first half of the show, including an arena-shaking “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” and a particularly inflammatory “It’s Good to Be King,” so the “Crawling Back to You” that followed began slowly, almost somberly.... View details ⇨