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  • Chris Cornell at The Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield on Nov. 18

    Chris Cornell at The Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield on Nov. 18
    Chris Cornell isn't bringing a reunited Soundgarden to Connecticut, but he is bringing some of their songs. They'll be played solo and acoustic, but they'll be Soundgarden songs nonetheless, and Cornell's unmistakable, overpowering voice can still do them...
  • This week's Hartford-area shows that you don't want to miss

    This week's Hartford-area shows that you don't want to miss
    • Thursday: Goo Goo Dolls, 8 p.m. Warner Theatre, Torrington; Jake Shimabukuro, $10-$30, Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, Storrs; Rosie Ledet & the Zydeco Playboys, $18-$28, 8 p.m., Bridge Street Live, Collinsville. • Friday: Tower of...
  • FULL LIST: Winners at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards

    FULL LIST: Winners at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards
    Yaaaaaaaaaawn. Sorry, I tried my best to not doze off during the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards. There were a few interesting moments (Seth Rogen concealing his erection, the clever acceptance speech from the folks at Modern Family, every Elton John...
  • Local music to be featured at Sea-Tac

    Local music to be featured at Sea-Tac
    Local musicians will now be heard at a new venue — no, it’s not a club in Capitol Hill or Ballard, but it’s a place you’ve probably been to under different circumstances altogether: The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport....
  • Tribune archive: Michael Jackson obituary

    Tribune archive: Michael Jackson obituary
    The aritlce was originally published on June 26, 2009. When Michael Jackson collapsed and died in Los Angeles on Thursday, the 50-year-old singer was preparing to do the one thing that sustained him through a lifetime of travail: perform onstage as...
  • Album review: Chris Cornell's 'Scream'

    Album review: Chris Cornell's 'Scream'
  • MUSIC REVIEW: Timbaland - 'Shock Value II'

    MUSIC REVIEW: Timbaland - 'Shock Value II'
    Super-producer Timothy " Timbaland" Mosley's first "Shock Value" collection, released in 2007, sold over a million copies and launched the bestselling single of the decade, a remix of OneRepublic's piano-pop ballad, "Apologize." This sequel features...
  • 'Off the beaten Slash path': Former Guns N' Roses guitarist talks of teaming with Fergie, Adam Levine for solo effort

     
    There are few vocalists, said Slash, who can inspire him to trot out a signature Guns N' Roses song such as "Sweet Child o' Mine." At the top of that shortlist, perhaps to the surprise of many of the guitar-slinger's......
  • Album review: Slash's solo album

     
    On Slash's first solo album the most faithful approximation of the classic Guns N' Roses sound doesn't come in the track featuring Ozzy Osbourne or the one with Avenged Sevenfold frontman M. Shadows. Nor is it in "Watch This," which......
  • Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja discusses Banksy, Burial and the Bristol collective's enduring vitality

     
    While Billy Corgan, Scott Weiland, Chris Cornell, and the rest of the American “Alternative Nation,” alumni form super-groups and chase reunion money, their British peers have sustained a chemical longevity. From Radiohead, Damon Albarn to Portishead,...
  • Eminem, Usher and others play Activision's star-studded event at Staples

     
    Of the half-dozen acts that played during Monday night's mega event at Staples Center, perhaps any one of them alone could have filled the arena. But together, those genre-spanning superstars produced a fantastic and unforgettable stage show for the...
  • Political parties need Hollywood's handouts

    Political parties need Hollywood's handouts
    Anyone who doubts, or resents, Hollywood's importance to American politics these days simply needs to watch where the candidates and their surrogates go when the going gets tough. The fact of the matter is that Hollywood is to both parties -- but...