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  • Elton John, Lady Gaga among pop stars snubbed in Oscar best song category

     
    Lady Gaga, Elton John among pop stars snubbed in Academy Award best song nominations. Only two songs--"Man or Muppet" from "The Muppets" and "Real in Rio" from "Rio"--received Oscar nominations for best song this year....
  • Chris Cornell remembers Whitney Houston with 'I Will Always Love You'

     
    He sang the number while at an Obama 2012 rally in San Francisco....
  • Irish Rovers close out Symphony Hall's pop music series tonight; and how The Temptations typified it

     
    Tonight’s concert by The Irish Rovers at Allentown Symphony Hall will close out a run of shows at the venue by New Jersey-based promoter BRE Presents that represents the first extended popular music offerings at the hall since the 1990s.......
  • Oscar 2012: Two nominated songs, lots of questions

     
    With all due respect to all those involved in composing and performing this year's Oscar nominated songs the Bret McKenzie-penned “Man or Muppet” and the Brazilian-tinged “Real in Rio,” producers have done viewers a favor in...
  • Chris Cornell muses on Soundgarden, 'Avengers' and 'Sesame Street'

     
    Soundgarden released a new song this week, the hard-rock veterans' first in 15 years. Soundgarden attached itself to super-hero vehicle "Marvel's The Avengers," and leader Chris Cornell said aligning with the likes of Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk...
  • Fewer naked musicians online as Is Anyone Up? shuts down

     
    The name Hunter Moore could strike fear in the hearts of even the most tattoo-encrusted rock 'n' roller. His site, Is Anyone Up?, was an online museum of nakedness, posting -- in its year of existence -- hundreds of nude......
  • In rotation: Allo Darlin’s 'Europe'

     
    The London-based quartet Allo Darlin' conjures a mood for rainy days and writing letters, writes The Times' pop music writer Todd Martens. In Rotation is a series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers and contributors are listening to right now....
  • Album review: Death Grips' 'The Money Store'

     
    As crude as Sacramento’s Death Grips can be — and make no mistake, the trio, as the sadomasochistic cover art foretells, is crude — it views aggression with a wide-angle digital lens. Todd Martens reviews the band's major label debut....
  • Live review: KROQ's Weenie Roast y Fiesta

     
    Coldplay, Incubus, Soundgarden and more define a rock aesthetic. What exactly does a rock band need -- and in what quantity -- to distinguish itself in today's exuberantly eclectic pop landscape? Along with branded beach balls and remembrances of Adam.......
  • Chris Cornell at Allentown Symphony Hall shows why grunge endures

     
    Grunge music, that angst-filled outlet of the 1990s, these years later can easily be regarded as overwrought and self-important. But those whose musical tastes grew up around it remain avid followers. And Chris Cornell, front man for two of the......
  • Ticket discounts -- and an online ticket problem -- at Allentown Symphony Hall

     
    Today’s Black Friday sale for tickets at Allentown Symphony Hall (more about that later) has helped bring to light a problem the venue has had with ticket sales since its return to popular music shows. Chris Botti, who will be......
  • Kiddie rock superstar coming to Allentown Symphony Hall

     
    A kiddie rock superstar is coming to Allentown Symphony Hall. The Laurie Berkner Band, which appears on the Nick Jr.’s “Jack’s Big Music Show” and between programs on the television network and had the triple-platinum children&#...