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  • Van Morrison takes his music home with concert near Belfast

    Van Morrison takes his music home with concert near Belfast
    Some 400,000 Garth Brooks fans may still be licking their wounds over his aborted concerts in Ireland, which were originally scheduled for this past weekend. But Irish musician Van Morrison gave about 400 of his most devoted followers something worth...
  • Ed Sheeran multiplies his star quotient

     Ed Sheeran multiplies his star quotient
    It's a story as old as Bob Dylan: a guitar-toting young troubadour heads to the city, gets a deal, hits it big and then goes electric. In 2014, his name is Ed Sheeran, he's 23 and from a coastal town two hours from London. His new record, "x," arrives...
  • Local folk singer Brittany Ann says farewell at Musikfest show

    Forks Township singer-songwriter Brittany Ann will be saying farewell to the Lehigh Valley when she takes the stage at Musikfest on Monday. On Tuesday, she plans to move to Asheville, N.C., where she will work for the national service organization...
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band to play Allentown's PPL Center; the waiting will be the hardest part

     
    Allentown’s new PPL Center just announced that another big headline music act will play the downtown arena late this summer. And with this one, the waiting will be the hardest part. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, the Hall of Fame......
  • Collectors Of 78s Remain Addicted To The Old Sounds

    Collectors Of 78s Remain Addicted To The Old Sounds
    Record collectors are a special breed, willing to sift through rubbish on the hunt for a rare sonic gem. They are the keepers of arcane knowledge and obscure taxonomies about genres and labels and recording dates. But even among those driven characters,...
  • World Cup kicks up interest in best of Brazilian music

     World Cup kicks up interest in best of Brazilian music
    From a musical perspective, Brazil's hosting the 2014 World Cup is a victory regardless of bite marks, bungles or early exits. Volumes could be written about the country's legacy of song, one that rivals the recorded output of any culture on Earth. A...
  • Nashville indie rock band finds inspiration in the Great Lakes

    Nashville indie rock band finds inspiration in the Great Lakes
    Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Ontario and Lake Erie — the five great lakes of North America are what inspired the name of a four-piece indie pop rock band from a state that has no Great Lakes. Daniel Ellsworth and the Great...
  • Film Review: 'The Pleasures of Being Out of Step'

    It would be difficult to determine in which domain Nat Hentoff, premiere jazz critic and highly controversial First Amendment rights champion, contributed more to the public consciousness. Documentarian David L. Lewis makes no attempt to do so in "The...
  • Alynda Lee Segarra is the best kind of riff raff

    Alynda Lee Segarra is the best kind of riff raff
    Alynda Lee Segarra is a twenty-something feminist singer-songwriter with a very old soul. The Americana artist is her own woman, all the while drawing on a mix of vintage and contemporary influences including Robert Johnson, the Carter Family, Townes...
  • Woody Guthrie 'My Name Is New York' 3-CD set due Sept. 23

    Woody Guthrie 'My Name Is New York' 3-CD set due Sept. 23
    As much as Woody Guthrie cultivated his persona as a freewheeling vagabond, through the titles of such songs as “Hard Travelin’,” “So Long, It’s Been Good To Know You” and the one he picked for his autobiography,...
  • Bob Dylan acetates from 1969-70 discovered in NY apartment

    Bob Dylan acetates from 1969-70 discovered in NY apartment
    A bevy of acetate recordings that Bob Dylan used while recording his “Nashville Skyline,” “Self Portrait” and “New Morning” albums in 1969 and 1970 was discovered and purchased recently in New York by a veteran Dylan...
  • City Lights: Peter Noone is into something good

    City Lights: Peter Noone is into something good
    "It's not easy being a Herman." So read the opening line of a column I spotted years ago at a high school journalism contest. The author, a gifted humorist, lamented the trials of going through life with the name Herman, which included having people...