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Originally posted 09/14/2012 06:00AM
Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough enjoyed the sounds of the Dave Matthews Band live in concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Wednesday.
Seacrest, who is a big fan, spoke excitedly about attending the show on his Kiss-FM radio show earlier that day.
Watching the band from a garden box, the couple was "very snuggly and cute," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "Ryan was singing in Julianne's ear."
"At Hollywood bowl watching Dave Matthews band w/my man @RyanSeacrest & bro @derekhough ran into my boyfriend @Phillips BEST night ever! :)," Hough Tweeted that night.
The dancer-actress – who graces the makeover issue of InStyle couldn't get enough of the performance and shared a series of photos of the band with followers.
Dave Mathews at the Hollywood bowl with my loves! :) frat time here instagr.am/p/PgDAxZif39/— Julianne Hough (@juliannehough) September 13, 2012
Originally posted 08/25/2008 11:50AM
It was a very earthy opening: On the eve of the Democratic National Convention's kick-off, Sheryl Crow, Sugarland and the Dave Matthews Band drew some 8,000 fans and environmental activists to their "Green Sunday."
"What better place to spend this incredible weekend!" said Crow amid the magnificent natural rock formations of the Red Rocks Amphitheatre outside Denver.
Opening the concert, Crow performed, among other tunes, "God Bless This Mess."
Originally posted 08/20/2008 12:20AM
The show went on for the Dave Matthews Band on Tuesday night, with Matthews paying tribute from the stage to saxophonist LeRoi Moore, who died earlier in the day.
"We all had some bad news today," Matthews told the sell-out crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles after the first song. "Our good friend LeRoi Moore passed on and gave his ghost up today and we will miss him forever."
Fans shouted Moore's name in tribute as the band resumed playing. Two songs later, Matthews once again made reference to Moore, saying: "It's easier to leave than be left."
Originally posted 08/19/2008 10:15PM
LeRoi Moore, a saxophonist and founding member of the Dave Matthews Band, died Tuesday in Los Angeles of complications from an all-terrain vehicle accident in June, the band's rep announced.
Moore, who had recently returned to his house in L.A. to begin a physical rehabilitation program, died at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, according to the rep.
On June 30, Moore was injured in an ATV accident on his farm near Charlottesville, Va., and hospitalized for several days in serious condition. He was readmitted to the hospital in Virginia last month for an undisclosed period due to complications from the accident, the band announced at the time.
Originally posted 08/01/2007 02:30PM
John Mayer and the Dave Matthews Band are set to play a special concert at Virginia Tech on Sept. 6 to help the university and its students begin the new school year on a positive note following April's tragedy there.
Originally posted 05/03/2005 08:00AM
REVEALED: Angelina Jolie says she and Brad Pitt share a common trust – gained during gun practice while preparing for their roles as married assassins in Mr. and Mrs. Smith, the actress tells Vanity Fair. "You had to trust each other to cross under or over and only move when the other person moves, so the trust, when somebody's got a loaded gun at your back ... it made us trust each other quickly," says Jolie, 29. In the interview, Jolie denies the rumors that she had phone sex with Pitt and that she had said she was a shoulder for Pitt to cry on after his split from his wife of 4 1/2 years, Jennifer Aniston. "It's obviously been difficult with all this bulls--- going on," Jolie said of her professional relationship with Pitt. "I've been tied to everybody I ever worked with."
Originally posted 03/10/2005 08:00AM
ENDED: His voice slightly hoarse, Dan Rather, 73, was all business for the first 20 minutes of Wednesday's broadcast – his final appearance after 24 years – on CBS Evening News. Then he recalled what he called the most important story of his career – the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He opened the news that evening by saying, "You will remember this day as long as you live." He thanked viewers at the end of Wednesday's newscast, then mentioned Sept. 11 survivors, tsunami survivors, the American military, the oppressed, the sick and fellow journalists in dangerous places. "And, to each of you," he said, "courage." Bob Schieffer, Rather's temporary replacement, will sit at the anchor desk as of Thursday. CBS expects to name a permanent anchor team to succeed Rather in the coming months.
Originally posted 09/25/2003 01:00PM
The Dave Matthews Band kept an estimated 100,000 fans cheering under Wednesday night's perfect autumn skies at a free concert in New York's Central Park as a fundraiser for music programs in the nation's largest public school system.
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