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  • Sony eyes album sales with 'Album of the Day' app for iPhone

    Sony eyes album sales with 'Album of the Day' app for iPhone
    Though many consumers are turning to streaming services like Spotify for their music fix, Sony is hoping to spur digital album sales with a new app for the iPhone. With the "Album of the Day" app, users can download an album from Sony Music...
  • Old Crow Medicine Show healthy and strong

    A decade and a half ago, Old Crow Medicine Show got its first big break from one of the band's biggest musical heroes, Doc Watson. Watson's daughter happened upon the group playing on a street corner in Boone, N.C., one day in 2000, thought her father...
  • Miley's party-crazed 'Bangerz' image is paying off

    Miley's party-crazed 'Bangerz' image is paying off
    If you're looking for a celebrity role model for your daughter, look to Jennifer Lawrence or Taylor Swift or, better yet, the girls who ran the orphanage in Haiti. Among the lesser choices, at least at the moment, would be Miley Cyrus, with her...
  • Kenny Wayne Shepherd honors blues roots on ''Goin Home'

    Kenny Wayne Shepherd honors blues roots on ''Goin Home'
    As a boy growing up in Shreveport, La., in the 1980s, Kenny Wayne Shepherd immersed himself in playing blues guitar the same way other kids immerse themselves in sports, comic books or video games. While the pop music charts were dominated by Michael...
  • REVIEW: Mike Peters of The Alarm continues '80s Declaration of optimism at World Cafe Live

     
    The early 1980s was a time of idealism and optimism: The Soviet Union was teetering, the world economy was rebounding, and social activism was succeeding like never before, with events such as Live Aid. Mike Peters of The Alarm at......
  • Why do albums take so long to make?

    Why do albums take so long to make?
    On March 10, 1967, 15 days shy of her 25th birthday, Aretha Franklin released her 12th album and Atlantic Records debut, "I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You." It was a breakthrough, triggering a string of four top 10 albums released over 15 months...
  • Rod Stewart takes a sentimental turn on new album and tour with Santana

    You know that Rod Stewart, rock's perpetual bon vivant, is partial to blondes, fancy clothes and soccer, not necessarily in that order. Two things you might not know about the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer: He's ridiculously sentimental and this...
  • Concert review: Crosby, Stills & Nash at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre

    Concert review: Crosby, Stills & Nash at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
    Crosby, Stills & Nash could play classic hits all night and no one would complain, but the veteran threesome is too creatively ambitious for that. Newer songs were sprinkled among the obligatory favorites in a spirited performance for almost three hours...
  • Carr concerts rock from cheap seat

    Carr concerts rock from cheap seat
    After standing in a shadeless field at the Central Florida Fairgrounds to watch bands at last month's Vans Warped Tour, I returned to the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre with a new appreciation for its creature comforts. Yeah, the Orlando concert hall...
  • Top 4 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Here are the Top 4 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. ONE DIRECTION The start of U.K. boy-band One Direction’s rise to the top, its first hit “What Mmakes You Beautiful,” seemed standard for the genre: a big, hooky pop......
  • Top 3 Concerts: One Direction, Keith Urban, The Avett Brothers

    ONE DIRECTION The start of U.K. boy-band One Direction's rise to the top, its first hit "What Makes You Beautiful," seemed standard for the genre: a big, hooky pop song that was pleasant enough. Its subsequent hits "Live While You're Young" and "Best...
  • Billy Joel, Once A Stranger To Advertising, Is Becoming A Commercial Big Shot

    Billy Joel has moved from "Allentown" to Madison Avenue. The piano-playing hitmaker was once regarded by advertisers as one of music's "untouchables" - artists like Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Tom Petty and R.E.M. who shun the idea of aligning one...