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Before emerging in recent years as one of the most acclaimed young songwriters and artists in theU.K., Emeli Sande took a little medical detour. Who is Sande? Her inaugural North American tour brings her to Lincoln Hall on May 30. But she’s already...
Los Angeles TimesLooking for a stylish read? Here are some very fashionable books out this spring. "City of Style" (Harper Collins, $21.99) is an approachable field guide to L.A. style in all its incarnations, whether Laurel Canyon bohemians or Mexican American cholas,...
Here are sample playlists put together from my own (admittedly limited) library, each one "arced" for a particular purpose. Then I asked a few folks who can really pick out a tune to share their sample lists. AMINA KHAN PICK-ME-UP: It's siesta time....
If conductor Jeffrey Kahane led the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra with even more vim and vigor than usual during last weekend's concert at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, he had good reason. The program of new and familiar music on Saturday, April 21...
Pop & HissOn John Mayer's new album "Born and Raised," he travels to Montana to get away from the city, and the result is expert musicality filled with charm and honesty -- and an impressive level of self-absorption within his lyrics. Times pop music critic Randall...
Show TrackerI’m ready to let go of the side of “Smash” that secretly wants to be “Glee” and to accept the repurposed hit songs for what they are: vehicles to get people to tune in every week....
Carole King's new memoir, "A Natural Woman," was released today, and she's making the rounds wuith television and radio interviews. The book chronicles her rise from a New York childhood influenced by music, to her discovery of rhythm and blues on the...
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There are loads of famous musicians who have painted on the side. Miles Davis, Jerry Garcia, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan. The list keeps going. David Bowie, Iggy Pop, John Mellencamp, David Byrne. The connection between visual art and musical talent is...
Levon Helm is most widely known for the songs he sang that found their way onto the pop charts during his long tenure as drummer and singer for the Band: "Up On Cripple Creek," "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" and "Don't Do It," earthy and infectious...
Levon Helm was the rarest of musical multi-taskers: an unflappable drummer and a singer who wrung soul out of every note. He also was a terrific team player and bandmate; he made the people around him sound good. Helm was "the only drummer who could make...
Zap2ItSo many actors say they knew from an early age that they belonged onstage. But Amanda Peet actually hurled herself onto one -- while a production was in progress -- when she was 3. "Luckily it was a children's play," says Peet, who stars in NBC's "Bent,"...
Legendary pianist Herbie Hancock recruited Benin-born jazz guitarist Lionel Loueke to play beside Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, Vinnie Colaiuta and Larry Klein on a Joni Mitchell project a few years back. The resulting album, River: The Joni Letters,...
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