Danny Elfman Concert Of Tim Burton Film Music Adds Third Performance

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Attorneys rested their case on Wednesday afternoon after playing the videotaped testimony of Jacksons longtime physician Dr. Allan Metzger. The trial is in its 21st week and jurors are expected to begin deliberations next week. Wednesday’s photos of the day AEG Lives defense has focused heavily on testimony from Jacksons former physicians, who have detailed their treatments for the pop superstar. Katherine Jackson claims the concert promoter negligently hired the singers final physician, Conrad Murray, and should be held liable for her sons death. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 after administering a fatal dose of anesthetic in the singers bedroom. AEG denies it hired Murray. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Living Goddess Kumari is carried to be worshipped on her chariot during the Indra Jatra festival in Kathmandu September 18, 2013. The annual festival, named after Indra, the god of rain and heaven, is celebrated by worshipping, rejoicing, singing, dancing and feasting in Kathmandu Valley to mark the end of monsoon season. Indra, the living goddess Kumari and other deities are worshipped during the festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)

(Daniel Daza / Disney) Also By David Ng September 18, 2013, 1:58 p.m. Fans of composer Danny Elfman will have a third opportunity to catch an orchestral concert of his music for the movies of Tim Burton . Organizers of the concert have added a third performance to the musical event scheduled for Oct. 30 at the Nokia Theatre at downtown’s L.A. Live. “Danny Elfmans Music From the Films of Tim Burton” was initially scheduled for just one performance on Halloween night at the Nokia. After the concert sold out in a matter of minutes, organizers added a second performance for Oct. 29. The third performance, scheduled for 8:15 p.m. on Oct. 30 , will be the final opportunity to catch the concert, a spokesman for the organizers said.

Bionics For Vets concert Series comes to Local 662 this Saturday in St. Pete (Video)

Bionics For Vets Concert Series

It feels like we have a purpose, which is to put out hopeful music. – 4Ever Endeavour ZigZag America is made up of Jimmy Starr on lead vocals, Miki Tabakovic on guitar, Jake Schaffer on bass, and Bobby Walker on drums. Originally formed about 16 years ago by Jimmy Starr and Miki Tabakovic, ZigZag America has recently released their debut CD titled “.com.” This band puts on a highly energetic live show, and is guaranteed not to disappoint an audience. Unfortunately drummer Bobby Walker will not be performing with the band at the Bionics For Vets concert on Saturday. Taking the place on drums at the show will be former Rebel 5 drummer, Chad Henderson. Yoshi Gish, along with his band, is a sight to be seen and heard. Yoshi Gish Mixes a well balanced amount of Alternative, punk and rock music along with a fair amount of humor into his songs. To compare Yoshi Gish to another artists would be pointless as he has a unique style all to his own. Buddy Kings Shotgun Junkies was formed in February of this year by singer/songwriter/guitarist, Buddy King. The band currently features Buddy King on lead vocals & guitar, Sunnie Rae on backup vocals, and John Spinelli on drums. The band recently parted ways with bassist Lee Pons, and will have a fill-in for the show. Hosted by The Hoff of the Hangin With The Hoff Show” on WPRN 102.1 fm, the Party Pirate, Saturdays Bionics For Vets concert will be the first in a series of planned showcases to take place in the Tampa Bay area. A portion of the proceeds from the concert series will go to fund an account that will help pay for a different disabled veteran to receive a bionic prosthetic limb. Aside from the great live music that will be heard, Saturdays event will also have other surprises as well, including a 50/50 raffle. A custom Fender Squire guitar autographed by the members of Queensryche (courtesy of Queensryche lead singer Todd LaTorre and Seminole Music & Sound ) will also be raffled off at the event. The show is a 21 and up concert.