It’s Better to Burn Out Than Fade Away
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted live performances for nearly two years when it took hold of the world in early 2020. But this year, a number of big names are taking to the stage for a triumphant return, and fans just can't seem to get enough. Many of these classic acts have been entertaining audiences for decades, including Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters (though he won't be allowed to perform in Ukraine due to his controversial views on the Russian invasion of Ukraine). Another band returning to the big stage is Roxy Music — performing for the first time in the U.S. in two decades for its 50th anniversary reunion tour.
Kris Scott also contributed to this story.