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  • 'Idol' brings 'Rock of Ages'

     'Idol' brings 'Rock of Ages'
    It seems that this is the role he was born to play. For "American Idol" finalist Constantine Maroulis, portraying a would-be rock star has meant critical acclaim, a Tony nomination and … unbearably freezing temperatures. Hopefully that last...
  • 2 of singer's favorites: Bahamas, motorcycles

    2 of singer's favorites: Bahamas, motorcycles
    Born in Utah and raised in Alaska, singer Jewel Kilcher, known professionally simply as Jewel, has put down roots in Texas with husband Ty Murray. She debuted in 1995 with her album "Pieces of You," which sold more than 15 million copies, thanks to her...
  • Album review: The Mars Volta, 'Noctourniquet'

    Album review: The Mars Volta, 'Noctourniquet'
    *** (out of four) (Warner Bros.) Release date: March 27 The Mars Volta isn’t an easy band to recommend to a casual music fan. “You’ll totally love them … if you don’t mind song titles like ‘Lapochka’ and...
  • Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne sell oceanfront house in Malibu

    Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne sell oceanfront house in Malibu
    Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have sold their oceanfront house in Malibu for $7.925 million. Their 2.5-acre estate in Hidden Hills remains on the market at $12.999 million. The three-story beach house features a walled garden, five bedrooms, five bathrooms...
  • They're playing our poem

    They're playing our poem
    If you want to make Stephen Sondheim mad enough to swat you over the head with a rolled-up musical score, try this: Call him a poet. As Sondheim insists in interviews, essays and in the introduction to his book "Finishing the Hat: Collected Lyrics...
  • Queens of L.A.'s lo-fi scene

    Queens of L.A.'s lo-fi scene
    It's the night after New Year's Eve and hundreds of kids are crammed into the Smell, the downtown DIY tabernacle of the Los Angeles avant-garde. A sweating mass of art students, skate punks and subterranean scene staples ecstatically moshes to a...
  • Ben Keith dies at 73; steel guitarist known for work with Neil Young

    Ben Keith dies at 73; steel guitarist known for work with Neil Young
    Ben Keith, a veteran steel guitarist who played on Patsy Cline's 1961 hit "I Fall to Pieces" before befriending Neil Young and going on to play on more than a dozen of the Canadian rocker's albums, has died. He was 73. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • Ariel Pink is firmly in control of Haunted Graffiti

    Ariel Pink is firmly in control of Haunted Graffiti
    Ariel Pink seems quintessentially L.A. He's lived virtually his entire life in Los Angeles and can't imagine living anywhere else. He's written songs with titles like "Beverly Kills" and "Life in L.A.," and echoes of the city's musical past reverberate...
  • Ving Rhames' mission possible: selling his Brentwood home

    Ving Rhames' mission possible: selling his Brentwood home
    In an indelible award-show moment, best-actor winner Ving Rhames gave his Golden Globe to fellow nominee Jack Lemmon in 1998, saying: "I feel that being an artist is about giving, and I'd like to give this to you." There was nary a dry eye in the house,...
  • 'Dancing' with the stars? More like recuperating with them.

    'Dancing' with the stars? More like recuperating with them.
    The show is about dancing, for heaven's sake. How dangerous can it be? Consider this: Before Season 8's "Dancing With the Stars" premiered last week, two celebrity contestants were already on the injured list and off the program. "Access Hollywood" co-...
  • Yahoo music series draws eclectic artists who get to play outside the box

    Yahoo music series draws eclectic artists who get to play outside the box
    Musicians have learned to downscale their expectations for TV exposure these days. Those lucky enough to score any might get a song spotlighted in a TV show or commercial. If they make the cut for one of the late-night talk shows, it's typically one...
  • Cover Story: Queens of the Lo-Fi Age, L.A.'s emerging female-powered rock scene

     
    It's the night after New Year's Eve and hundreds of kids are crammed into the Smell, the downtown DIY tabernacle of the Los Angeles avant-garde. A sweating mass of art students, skate punks and subterranean scene staples ecstatically moshes to a...