On October 10, 1970, the Carpenters made their British breakthrough, with the Burt Bacharach and Hal David composition '(They Long To Be) Close To You.'
Plumpton Racecourse in the Sussex countryside hosted some huge names at the 9th and 10th National Jazz and Blues Festivals.
Hall's storied career included work with seminal artists ranging from Ike & Tina Turner, to Black Sabbath, Tubby Hayes and The Real Thing.
Of the new hologram, Dio's widow Wendy says: “I'm much happier with the new one. It's a million times better."
The legendary frontman said it was "bittersweet" playing the band's final show in Birmingham without their original drummer.
The exhibition dedicated to the iconic metal outfit will run from June until September in the band’s home town.
Ronnie James Dio rides again with the announcement of the ‘Dio Returns’ hologram tour that pairs the late metal legend with his old Dio bandmates.
The much-acclaimed guitarist also worked with Atomic Rooster and The Electric Gypsies among others.
The exhibition will run from 22 June until 29 September at the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
The concerts have been postponed while the Black Sabbath legend battles a severe upper-respiratory infection.
The event will run across Friday 22 & Saturday 23 March At Rich Mix in London’s Bethnal Green Road.
Organized by Cornell’s wife, Vicky, 'I Am the Highway' featured 42 distinct performances and a multitude of surprises guests.
The new bench will be placed on the renamed Black Sabbath Bridge on the city's Broad Street.
The festival will also feature Disturbed, Shinedown, Steel Panther, Bush and other notable acts.
George Clinton's Parliament-Funkadelic, Sam & Dave and Julio Iglesias are also among the 2019 honorees.
This will mark the first time Megadeth will join Osbourne for a full tour, although they have performed together previously at Ozzfest and other festivals.