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  • FXX Launch Bash Mixes Heat, Hipsters, Hitmaker

    Pop star Robin Thicke won over the hipster crowd at the FXX launch party in Hollywood on Tuesday night with a high-energy (read: sweaty) set of his hits, other people's hits and then the Big HIt of the Summer: "Blurred LInes." The crowd at Lure was far...
  • '20 Feet From Stardom' -- a history of the voices behind the voices

    "GIRL, WHAT the h--l is the matter with you. How come you're having a heart attack? Explain this to me!" That was the great Darlene Love, doing her best Bette Midler imitation (and it's very good!), telling what Bette phoned and said to her, a week after...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Coaches play nice as blind auditions continue

    'The Voice' recap: Coaches play nice as blind auditions continue
    By the end of night three of "The Voice's" Season 5 blind auditions, Christina Aguilera had added four new singers to her team, Adam Levine had snagged two, and Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green had each scooped up three. The lucky (and talented) vocalists...
  • Raising the bar on barbecue

    Raising the bar on barbecue
    Thursday is pastrami day at Blue Willy's Barbecue in Pompano Beach, and the place is packed. The line takes you in front of owner Will Banks, as he chops, slices and carves, while chatting with adoring customers. They're here for the pastrami sandwich...
  • Band Spotlight: Michigan City Vandals

    Band Spotlight: Michigan City Vandals
    The band: Julee Laurent — bass, lead vocals Mike Briney — guitar, vocals Matt Clancy — drums, vocals, acoustic guitar Evan Margol — guitar Been together: Six years How they got started: After working as a songwriter in...
  • Musikfest's 2013 lineup: Is it the festival's worst ever?

     
    In the past few days since Musikfest announced the completion of the main stage lineup for its 30th anniversary run, Aug. 2-11, we’ve gotten repeatedly asked the same question: Isn’t his lineup especially weak? Some, in fact, have whispered...
  • Three guitar greats in one show announced as another Musikfest headliner

     
    Three guitar greats in one show have just been announced as another headliner for Musikfest's 30th anniversary year. Rock singer Peter Frampton, blues icon B.B. King and fellow blues guitarist Sonny Landreth, playing as Frampton’s Guitar Circus,...
  • REVIEW: Marc Cohn at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem: The Grammys got it right

     
    The Grammy Awards have given its Best New Artist award to some real clunkers (cough*Milli Vanilli*cough). In fact, the award is known for, year after year, going to an artist that the public then abandons. But these years later, it......
  • Review: Queen Latifah takes it easy at the Hollywood Bowl

    Review: Queen Latifah takes it easy at the Hollywood Bowl
    Queen Latifah's Wednesday night concert at the Hollywood Bowl may have been the first installment in this summer’s Jazz at the Bowl series, but it felt an awful lot like a dry run for her upcoming gig as the star of a daytime talk show to launch...
  • Michael Clark and Bobby "BlackHat" to provide bluesy soundtrack at Norfolk's Ribfest

    Michael Clark and Bobby "BlackHat" to provide bluesy soundtrack at Norfolk's Ribfest
    Two veteran Hampton Roads blues performers -- Bobby "BlackHat" Walters of Newport News and Michael Clark of Norfolk -- will add musical spice to Town Point Ribfest, a free festival happening Saturday. Barbecue and blues belong together, so I can see...
  • Saturday's CSO concert canceled after musicians strike

    Saturday's CSO concert canceled after musicians strike
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra performance this evening at Symphony Center has been canceled because musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra have gone on strike, officials said. The concert at Symphony Center was to begin at 8 p.m. but was canceled...
  • Crow delivers perfect folksy bluegrass

    Crow delivers perfect folksy bluegrass
    Nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow performed at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa Wednesday evening, treating a near-sold out crowd to 80 minutes in folk-rock heaven. Opening act Honey Honey — a cross between KT Tunstall, the Civil Wars,...