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  • SXSW Day 2: Court Yard Hounds, Roky Erickson and the partnering spirit

     
    The craziest rumor I heard Thursday night at the South by Southwest Festival was that David Bowie was lurking around somewhere, possibly planning to jump onstage with Roky Erickson. The idea that the seemingly semi-retired Thin White Duke might show......
  • The xx band brings its brooding, dreamy sounds stateside

     
    Several decades of music wafted and rumbled through the halls and honky-tonks of the Texas capital city last month, some of it remembered in graffiti left backstage at the nightclub La Zona Rosa. Scrawled on the dressing room walls were the names of an...
  • Grammy countdown: How Beyonce lost record of the year

     
    The category: Record of the year The field at a glance: Despite the runaway success of Taylor Swift, one could argue that this award was Beyoncé's to lose. Her "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" dance has become a......
  • Will the Zac Brown Band or Keri Hilson win the Grammy for best new artist?

     
    I agree with our forum moderators David "Guru" Schnelwar and Darrin "DoubleD" Dortch that the Zac Brown Band will win the Grammy Award for best new artist on Sunday (CBS, 8 p.m. ET/PT), but I think they're vastly underestimating the chance that Keri...
  • Rihanna's 'Russian Roulette' is loaded -- but what does it say?

     
    For much of her career, Rihanna was seen as being not entirely herself. From her high-profile signing during Jay-Z’s Def Jam tenure to her steely, minimalist presence on blustery tracks by the-Dream and Tricky and Ne-Yo, Rihanna’s most successful...
  • Taylor Swift sweeps CMAs and makes history

     
    Taylor Swift made history at Wednesday night's Country Music Assn. Awards by becoming the youngest person, at only 19, to win the coveted entertainer of the year title. Only five women -- Loretta Lynn (1972), Dolly Parton (1978), Barbara Mandrell (1980,...
  • Grammy countdown: Is there an M.I.A.-like surprise for record of the year?

     
    M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes" wasn't the obvious choice to be nominated for a major Grammy Award. The song, after all, uses a string of gun shots as one of its hooks. At a major award gala, one in which the Dixie......
  • Remembering Matthew Shepard's story, on stages around the world

     
    The soft whistle of a passing breeze echoed through the performance space. Set on a stage at a distance from the audience, a group of men swayed against a backdrop of Wyoming's hills, as though they were at the mercy......
  • Top 36 Revealed

    This is it Idol fans! The top 36 have been chosen!  The Judges' mansion is the newest twist in this year's Idol season and I gotta say...at least it's a more interesting background to look at over and over again.       It sure is Julie.  I want...
  • In 'Four Christmases,' Seth Gordon explores a season's gratings

    In 'Four Christmases,' Seth Gordon explores a season's gratings
    To some, it might seem a bit of a stretch for the director of an odd and obscure documentary about the '80s arcade game Donkey Kong to become the man in charge of the big-budget holiday-season comedy " Four Christmases," starring Vince Vaughn and Reese...
  • The New Year takes its time getting here

    The New Year takes its time getting here
    On the long list of indie bands that deserve wider hearing -- Quasi, the Ladybug Transistor, the Clientele -- sits the New Year, a mild-mannered group whose songs begin as reflective, melancholy odes and transform themselves into chiming cathedrals of...
  • Shakira, other Latin American stars sing for their cause -- ALAS

    Shakira, other Latin American stars sing for their cause -- ALAS
    MEXICO CITY -- Not so long ago, Latin American artists who spoke up for social causes often risked prison, exile or far worse. What a difference a generation makes. On Thursday, a phalanx of Spanish-speaking pop artists headed by Colombian superstar...