But at age 73, he was introduced to a new generation of fans in 2000 due to his chilling a cappella dirge “O Death” from the hit Coen Brothers’ “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” movie soundtrack. The album was a runaway hit, topping the Billboard 200 chart, as well as the country albums and soundtrack charts, and sold millions of copies. He won a Grammy for best male country vocal performance in 2002 — beating out Tim McGraw, Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Lyle Lovett — and was the focus of a successful tour and documentary inspired by the soundtrack. The soundtrack, produced by T Bone Burnett, also won a Grammy for album of the year. The following year he and Jim Lauderdale would win a Grammy for best bluegrass album for “Lost in the Lonesome Pines.”.
Jeff Lynne and company did, however, play a sold-out three-night stand at the Hollywood Bowl in 2016, I was able to catch one of those shows and can attest that this music has aged very well, Other top rock shows scheduled for 2018 include Queens 1/12 victorian ballet shoes and tutu dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style of the Stone Age Feb, 1 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco ($49.50, www.ticketmaster.com), Jethro Tull’s 50th anniversary tour on June 2 at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley ($45-$115, www.ticketmaster.com), and the Pixies-Weezer doubleheader on Aug, 7 at Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View ($20-$85, more for secondary-market tickets, www.livenation.com)..
Details: 7 p.m. April 14-16; Center for the Performing Arts at Menlo-Atherton; $10-$15; www.windriderbayarea.org. 8 ALLISON MILLER’S BOOM TIC BOOM: The acclaimed drummer, who has kept the beat for such artists as Ani DiFranco and Natalie Merchant and whose own music incorporates everything from klezmer to jazz to classical, brings her band to the Bay Area for a series of concerts supporting her new album “Otis Was a Polar Bear,” inspired the arrival of her first child. Details: 7 p.m. April 14 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz; $25; www.kuumbwajazz.org; 8 p.m. April 16 at Freight & Salvage, Berkeley; $22-$24; 510-644-2020, http://thefreight.org; 4:30 p.m. April 17 at Douglas Beach House, Half Moon Bay; $25-$50; 650-726-4143, www.bachddsoc.org.
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During the public hearing, members of the community, as well as a representative of the property owner where the proposed bingo hall is asking to lease, Sierra Pacific, gave rave reviews of the applicant, Francine McMahon. The supporters cited a bingo hall she formally ran in Pittsburg similar to the proposed hall she is asking to open in Oakley. Even a representative from Oakley’s already existing bingo hall at Flor do Oakley Hall, Sam Bellici, spoke in support of McMahon, stressing that the reason his group didn’t offer her a spot at its facility was because she planned to be open weekends, which would interrupt the weddings and events that rent the Flor do Oakley facility.
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