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It's been a tough month for music fans, and the bad news hasn't slowed down. On Wednesday, we lost the Godfather of Go-Go and D.C. legend Chuck Brown to complications from sepsis. He was 75. Naturally, his loss was felt particularly hard in the Baltimore...
Tags: The Washington Post, Music, Sepsis, Cancer, Obituaries
With a few shards of glass, tile and other discarded bits, Loring Cornish can re-create his world into a shimmering mosaic wonderland. After growing up in Reservoir Hill and studying at Morgan State University, he has established himself as an artist,...
The Baltimore SunHammerjacks, Baltimore's shrine to big hair, loud dresses and heavy metal, is plotting a comeback. An Anne Arundel County man has bought the trademark to sell Hammerjacks-related merchandise. And, he said he's negotiating with developers for a new...
Reality CheckHere's Chris in KS with the report on tonight's AGT finale:Hello, everyone, and welcome to the finale of America’s Got Talent! After three long months and too many auditions to count it's time to find out this year’s winner! It......
Tags: Lionel Richie, Cirque du Soleil, Jay-Z, Music, Dance
Channel Guide MagazineThe 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony — the 28th annual event — took place April 18 at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre, marking the first time since 1993 that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was held on the West...
VarietyJustin Timberlake was on colorful display Wednesday in Cannes at the Foresight Unlimited party for "Spinning Gold," a biopic about the late music mogul Neil Bogart, which the singing-acting and now producing star is tubthumping on the Croisette....
Los Angeles Times Pop Music CriticIf you’ve listened to any music in the last 48 years, chances are you’re familiar with the Moog Ladder Filter, whether you know it or not. Idiot savants might know the invention by its government identifier: Patent No. 3475623. But to the...
First they put a lid on it, and now they're pulling the plug. Universal City's Gibson Amphitheatre, a fixture on the Southern California live music scene for more than 40 years, will close in September and be demolished to make room for the new...
Tags: Concerts, Music, Media Industry, AEG, Universal CityWalk
It was an emotional roller-coaster at the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony Thursday night in Los Angeles, even more so than usual for the annual event. Consider disco queen Donna Summer, whose husband and three daughters accepted the...
It was Coachella's best-kept secret. At the end of a day filled with speculation that Phoenix would share its headlining set on the main stage with Daft Punk, the French band instead brought out R. Kelly, the one-of-a-kind R&B star, for a supremely...
Five minutes into Justin Timberlake's new jam "Spaceship Coupe," something strange and surprising happens. The song keeps going. Though the singer has already run through the requisite verses, choruses and instrumental breaks, Timberlake and his...
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony is beginning to take shape. Officials announced Wednesday that Don Henley would welcome Randy Newman into the Hall in April, while John Mayer will induct blues legend Albert King. In addition, Christina...
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