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Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticA series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers and contributors are listening to right now... Angel Olsen “Half Way Home” (Bathetic) A few Fridays ago at the little Bootleg Theater in Silver Lake, a singer and songwriter named...
The Last Waltz is the greatest rock 'n' roll movie ever made despite the fact that one of its biggest stars, the Band drummer Levon Helm (pictured), hated it. Levon passed away last year, but Wednesday night you can see and hear him in his prime for...
It's word association time. Say the first word that springs to mind: "holiday ----." Did you think "season"? "Sale"? "Hangover"? How about "music?" This year, there are plenty of new holiday albums to pick from. Cee Lo Green, English pop-rocker Tracey...
-------------------- Glittering Images A Journey Through Art From Egypt to Star Wars Camille Paglia Pantheon: 202 pp., $30 -------------------- In the 1990s Camille Paglia established herself as a cultural critic to be reckoned with. Her daring...
Tags: Fine Artists, Culture, Entertainment, Artists, Phyllis Schlafly
Chicago jazz listeners have a great deal to be thankful for this Thanksgiving weekend: Muriel Anderson: Three years ago, the mighty Chicago jazz guitarist John Moulder enriched one of his many engagements at the Green Mill Jazz Club by sharing the stage...
Tags: Holidays, Thanksgiving, Entertainment, Concerts, Charles Mingus
Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticIn another era, when musical overload and recorded abundance hadn’t so fragmented the listening public as to diminish the notion of shared tastes, a pitch-perfect performance such as Lianne La Havas’ at the Roxy on Friday night would have...
Tags: Entertainment, Alicia Keys, Genres, Movies, Leonard Cohen
Dear Amy: I started a relationship with a work colleague about four months ago. I am aware that he already has a girlfriend in a long-distance relationship. They have been together for four years. What started as a mere physical relationship has turned...
Tags: Holidays, Jean Harlow
Who is the greatest guitar player? Depending on your age and musical tastes, the answer will vary. Eric Clapton, yes? Or, for those of a classical bent, perhaps Andres Segovia? How about, for you older folks, Les Paul or Django Reinhardt? Rolling...
Good morning, readers. Today is Sunday, October 14. If you take a drive through Laurel Canyon today, you'll find some remnants of a past generation. The canyon, which connects the Valley to West Hollywood, became a retreat for musicians in the 60s and...
CHANHASSEN, Minn.— Prince is rolling his eyes. "The hardest thing with musicians," he explains to a visitor to his Paisley Park recording studio, "is getting them not to play." The quintuple-threat singer-songwriter-producer-performer-multi-...
Tags: Mavis Staples, Entertainment, Count Basie, George Clinton, Havas
There's a concert I'm looking forward to nearby in Laguna Beach this Saturday. Thirty years ago, it was seemingly everywhere: the earnest, feathery voice of a soft-spoken Texas balladeer, Christopher Cross. The charts back then featured a galaxy of stars...
Tags: Sailing, Entertainment, Genres, Book, Golden Globe Awards
Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelPity the fool assigned to analyze the appeal of dance-pop duo LMFAO. The red-hot, electro-dance-pop duo shuffled into the Amway Center on Saturday to headline the Sorry for Party Rocking Tour, a good-time marathon powered by mind-numbingly incessant beats...
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