Blondie ("The Tide is High," "Call Me") With Punk Band X ("Los Angeles")
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Pop legend Dionne Warwick, winner of five Grammy Awards, finds her way to the San Jose Center for the Performance Arts as part of the Sister Cities International Annual Conference. Warwick's iconic career started in 1968 with her first Grammy win for "Do You Know Your Way to San Jose" and went on to include 75 hit songs and more than 100 million records sold worldwide. And her career is still going strong: Earlier this month Warwick released a star-studded duets album titled Feels So Good, featuring collaborations with some of today's greatest artists, including Jamie Foxx, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ne-Yo, Gladys Knight, Cee Lo Green and Cyndi Lauper. Hear her sing some of her most memorable tunes, including "Walk on By," "Alfie," "I Say a Little Prayer," "I'll Never Love This Way Again," and many more. Learn More
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Featured review from Linda B.Red Velvet
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We were looking forward to this concert for a few weeks so finding tickets on Goldstar was a real plus. We had tickets for the main floor which were okay but we realized that after a song or two, how much better the sound was up in the balcony. (We were just at this venue last week for Earth, Wind and Fire and sat in the balcony.) Since we could see there was balcony seating, we headed up. We ended up standing for most of Blondie (we didn't see the opening act because we arrived late) which was fine with us. We usually end up standing at these kind of concerts anyway and so do a lot of other people it seems. This particular venue is one we've been to quite a lot so we know what to expect. Acoustics are good and the staff are usually cool with everybody. They have bars set up both downstairs and upstairs and restrooms on both floors as well. One tip--negotiating the stairs in the balcony can get tricky in the dark. I'm speaking from experience, unfortunately. Don't ask. As for parking, we got lucky this time. Somebody was just pulling out of a spot. We won't park in the lot. Too expensive and it takes forever to get out of the lot after a show. Better to park down the hill and hike up, take a cab up or take the cablecar. Anyway, we had a great night once again thanks, in part, to Goldstar.
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5 Stars for Blondie -- fantastic! Can NOT believe Debbie Harry is 68!?! Cool to see her come out in a witch-like costume at the beginning of their set! She puts on a great show & her voice is still in good shape after all these years. Loved,...continued