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Heart (music group)

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  • Happy Togther Tour in Bethlehem offers 1960s songs, feel, but not fan reaction

     
    The lesson from the Happy Together Tour that played Musikfest Café at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem on Monday is this: The music lives forever; musicians don’t. And surprisingly, neither do fans. Happy Together Tour's all-star...
  • Weekend outlook: Boys Like Girls, Heart tribute band, more

     
    We're in taking-a-breather mode at the theme parks in the wake of so many Independence Day activities last weekend. But there still are options: + The rock band known as Boys Like Girls performs in the Summer Concert Series at Universal Studios on...
  • Movie Review: The Undefeated

     
    “The Undefeated” is a slick one hour and 50 minute version of those political convention hagiographies  (“A Man From Hope”), so it's not exactly an objective take on its subject, former Alaska governor and vice presidential...
  • Don't Knock the Rock: Films for the vinyl crowd

     
    Named after a 1956 B-movie, Don't Knock the Rock has now become a much-anticipated gathering for vinyl and film geeks alike. Digging deep in the crates for docs, shorts, musicals, concert films and narrative, music-driven features, the Anderses provide an...
  • Speaking with The Band Perry: Hit pop-country in a family way

     
    When singer Kimberly Perry started her first high school band at 15, she had made-to-order roadies in her little brothers, Reid and Neil, who were then just 8 and 10. Later, the brothers formed a duo and became their sister’s......
  • Music review: Marvin Hamlisch conducts the Pasadena Pops near the Rose Bowl

     
    Richard S. Ginell reviews Marvin Hamlisch's debut as principal pops conductor of the Pasadena Pops near the Rose Bowl...
  • Sara Bareilles chooses NBC over Allentown Fair; Little Big Town to replace her

     
    Pop singer Sara Bareilles, whose songs “Love Song,” “King of Anything” and “Uncharted” have topped the pop charts in the past three years, has canceled her Sept. 2 appearance at Allentown Fair, supporting hot country...
  • Evidence good music will survive the Apolcalypse

     
    The latest evidence that good music will survive the Apocalypse: Patent Pending at a sweat Crocodile Rock In sweltering heat of Crocodile Rock Café’s Elite Room on Monday night that made you perspire as soon as you got near the......
  • Concert review: NKOTBSB at Amway Center

     
    If there’s strength in numbers, then the NKOTBSB tour is impressive in manpower alone. When all nine of the dancing, singing, no-longer-boy band members of New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys were on stage at the same time on Friday at...
  • Jessye Norman dishes on hip-hop's origins and the Duke

     
    Soprano Jessye Norman sings Saturday with Muse-ique in Pasadena...
  • OFF TOPIC: Death Cab for Cutie captivates at Mann Center

     
    I interrupt your Musikfest for a moment to offer a report on another event in the musical scene in the region. Death Cab for Cutie captivated a crowd of thousands at the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia Friday night. They......
  • Stone Temple Pilots are fitting first headline for new Musikfest stage: Both are big, sharp

     
    Musikfest’s new Steel Stage main venue is big and it’s sharp, and it took a band big and sharp, as well, to christen it Friday night. Stone Temple Pilots on stage at SteelStacks Photos by Denise Sanchez/The Morning Call Stone......