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  • Buddy Holly all-star tribute concert to premiere on PBS on Dec. 3

     
    A Buddy Holly all-start tribute concert special will premiere on PBS on Dec. 3. Stevie Nicks, Graham Nash, Chris Isaak and other fans saluted Buddy Holly in Hollywood in September on what would have been the Texas rocker's 75th birthday....
  • This week's on-sales: Eric Clapton, Beach House, Backstreet Boys/NKOTB and more

     
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses. Gibson Amphitheatre Amanda Miguel & Diego Verdaguer, Feb. 26 (now); Eric Clapton, March 9 (Mon.); Luis Miguel, Jan. 29 (Fri.) Honda Center New Kids on the Block......
  • Trailer premiere: 'Troubadours' documentary showcases the rise and influence of the Troubadour club

     
    It's a club whose name has become shorthand for a certain sound, and a certain vibe: The Troubadour. The intimate West Hollywood club, since its opening in 1957, has introduced some of the world's most acclaimed singers and songwriters to......
  • k.d. lang to perform at March 13 Varvatos fundraiser

     
    For the last seven years, fashion designer John Varvatos has opened the doors of his West Hollywood boutique at the corner of Melrose and Robertson for a star-studded outdoor event benefiting Stuart House, a program of the Rape Treatment Center......
  • Tonight's Music Pick: Moses Campbell at the Smell

     
    L.A’s Moses Campbell is not, in fact, a lone wanderer, but a full band with an extremely full sound. This five piece “crust pop” band (their words, not ours) play sweet indie-folk pop with a an expansive sound. Tracks swell with a...
  • Phoebe Snow: Dead at age 60

     
    Phoebe Snow, best known for her 1975 hit “Poetry Man,” died this morning from complications related to a brain hemorrhage she suffered last year, reported E! Online and other sources.  She was 60. In addition to her signature hit, Snow also...
  • David Crosby and Graham Nash keep making harmonic magic

     
    “It’s indefinable.” Graham Nash is on the telephone from a tour stop in Cincinatti, Ohio, talking about what it is that he shares with David Crosby that makes them one of the most extraordinary harmonizing duos in the world. There’...
  • Rock Hall nominees have recent L.V. visitors who will get in, and some who won't

     
    The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its latest nominees, and several have played the Lehigh Valley recently. And deserve to be inducted. And some don't. Heart and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, who both played Bethlehem’s Musikfest......
  • Crosby, Nash captivating, fun, original in Easton

     
    David Crosby and Graham Nash captivated Tuesday night in a concert at the State Theatre in Easton punctuated with with countless standing ovations and shoutouts from the audience. The legendary sing-songwriter-rockers, backed by a rocking band,...
  • Live review: Buffalo Springfield finds that old spark at the Wiltern

     
    "I usually have something clever to say," Neil Young told the audience between songs Saturday night at the Wiltern theater. "But not tonight -- we're too close to home." The occasion was the first L.A. concert in more than 40......
  • E Street Band sax man Clarence Clemons 'improving' after massive stroke in Florida

     
    Bruce Springsteen saxophonist Clarence Clemons 'improving' after massive stroke in Florida...
  • Glen Campbell set to release farewell album in wake of Alzheimer diagnosis

     
    Sad news about Glen Campbell's Alzheimer's diagnosis, but fans of his music can take solace in the fact that Campbell is preparing to release a farewell studio album. The studio material — including songwriting contributions from Paul Westerberg,...