Actor John C. Reilly took the stage Sunday at Stagecoach with his country music project, John Reilly and Friends. (Kate McGinty/The Desert Sun)
During the first weekend of Coachella, half of Hollywood shows up in the Coachella Valley to hit the show or the associated parties. At Stagecoach, though, the celebrities are more likely to be on stage than in the crowd.
There’s some recognizable solo artists who sneak up on some fans as part of a band: Kenny Loggins played Sunday with his Blue Sky Riders, and Norah Jones played Friday with her The Little Willies.
A few actor-turned-singers also made the 2013 lineup with their side projects: Continue Reading
Toby Keith performs on the Mane Stage at Stagecoach at the Empire Polo Fields on Friday, April 26, 2013, in Indio, Calif. (Marilyn Chung/The Desert Sun)
Trace Adkins, Hank Williams Jr. and Toby Keith, the final three acts Friday on the primary Mane Stage, were friends with George Jones, who died Friday and was honored through the day.
But, by the evening, the Stagecoach party was on.
Adkins planned his Stagecoach appearance with the thoroughness of one of his projects on “Celebrity Apprentice,” rocking the audience with “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” and showing his true country colors on the plaintive “This Ain’t No Love Song.”