Phil Lesh Announces 76th Birthday Celebration With Haynes, Krasno & More

first_imgLegendary bassist Phil Lesh turns 76 years young on March 15th, and there’s no way he’s going to let the occasion go un-celebrated. In addition to two performances with “The Q,” on March 17-18, Lesh will perform on his actual birthday at the Capitol Theatre with a hearty lineup.The new birthday concert will feature Warren Haynes, Eric Krasno, John Molo and Rob Barraco, each bringing their unique sound to the classic Grateful Dead repertoire. The other two performances, which include the same lineup save for Jimmy Herring on guitar instead of Krasno, are already sold out.Tickets for Lesh’s birthday bonanza go on sale this Saturday, February 27th. More information can be found here!Relive Phil Lesh’s 75th birthday with this full show video below:last_img

Kristin Chenoweth on That Wicked Movie That Will Eventually Get Made & More

first_img Star Files Kristin Chenoweth paid a visit to Watch What Happens Live on March 2 to celebrate the 1,000th episode of Andy Cohen’s boozy talk show. Between dishing about a whole lot of Real Housewives with Cohen and Chrissy Teigen, the self-proclaimed pocket diva reaffirmed her willingness to play Madame Morrible once the Wicked movie is finally made—a desire she expressed in the very same WWHL playhouse two years ago. Still no substantial update on that project, by the way. Later, Cheno said her dream role is Mame, in large part due to the costumes. Catch those bits, plus learn which #PumpRules men Chenoweth and Teigen would hook up with, below. Kristin Chenoweth View Comments Kristin Chenowethlast_img