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WHEN the first Dr. Martens came off the production line in 1960, they were the anonymous all-purpose work boots worn by British postmen, policemen and factory workers. By the late 1960s, skinheads from London's East End had adopted them as their own,...
Tags: Fashion Shows, Entertainment, Henry Rollins
Grade Made: B Georgia's Dead Confederate may be a bit ahead of their time. Well... for now let's just disregard lead singer and guitarist Hardy Morris' overt infatuation with long deceased grunge-god Kurt Cobain. They've sprouted from nowhere like...
Tags: Family, Genres, Kurt Cobain, Washington (U.S. state), Athens
The 1990s introduced us to rollerblading, grunge music, slap bracelets and a yellow animated family from Springfield that took America by storm. Some fads come and go, but 20 years later THE SIMPSONS remains timeless. Beginning January 14, 2009, FOX...
Brian Howes gets a little hot under the black-leather collar when asked who listens to his kind of rock music. Speaking on a BMI-sponsored songwriter's panel before last year's Grammy Awards, the Vancouver-based producer, who has co-written hits for...
Times Staff WriterIn a pivotal scene in "Walk the Line," the new biopic starring Joaquin Phoenix as Johnny Cash, the maverick country singer goes behind the gray walls of Folsom prison for a 1968 concert that would become a landmark live recording. As he sings about...
Special to The TimesOnce upon a time, in a Los Angeles many remember, Hollywood's Circus nightclub ruled Saturday nights. One of the first venues in L.A. to introduce electronic dance music on a large scale, Circus — home to promoters Giant and then Spundae —...
Concert promotion — the business of hiring an act, booking a venue, selling the tickets and counting the money — is one of the music business' most lucrative enterprises. It's also one of its most faceless. How many fans at Prince's recent...
Knight Ridder/tribuneComing this fall: The Drama of the Troubled Diva. For the next four months, many of pop's juiciest plot lines will feature female singers struggling back from the brink. They include Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera and TLC, all of whom have spent far...
Tags: Tom Petty, Jay-Z, Whitney Houston, Bjork, Disc Jockeys
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSometimes it's the most profound part of a song, or the moment that interrupts a narrative's confident surface. Often, it's a backing up, a taking stock, a few seconds of reflection, poignant or even painful. The bridge -- also known as the "middle-...
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