Friday Jul 4
Salt Lake Tribune
Out and about: Bob Weir & RatDog, Sheila E., Ms. Lauryn Hill and more
The Grateful Dead is long gone, but Bob Weir & RatDog live on. Weir and Rob Wasserman, the Dead's rhythm guitarist and bassist , started RatDog as a side project.
The News Journal
On stage Friday: Firefly's New Sweden; Sheila E.
In Wilmington Friday night: New Sweden performs at Kelly's Logan House and Sheila E. drops an R&B bomb on World Cafe Live at the Queen.
The Miami Herald
Sheila E. is thankful for her glamorous musical life
Sheila E. first hit the national music scene in 1984, dueting with Prince on the "Let's Go Crazy" B-side "Erotic City."
The Queen of Percussion, Grammy nominated Sheila E. will wow at The...
Sheila E. is called The Queen of Percussion for good reason. Not only was she hand-picked by Prince to be in his band and record on the Purple Rain album, where she lent vocals to "Let's Go Crazy" and "Erotic City", but on her own, she is a Grammy nominated R&B and jazz-fusion percussionist, drummer and singer/songwriter.