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  • Grammys 2012: Fleet Foxes has foot in folk past, ear for today

     
    Nominated for contemporary folk album for ‘Helplessness Blues,’ Fleet Foxes is just happy to be part of the group with its classic American sound and contemporary influences....
  • 6 ways to catch an onstage beat down from your favorite artist

     
    There are myriad ways to earn an beat down from your favorite artist that plenty of music-loving masochists might want to take note of. Here’s a few off the top of our heads....
  • Joe Smith's candid artist talks heading to Library of Congress

     
    Classic-film fans know all about Frank Capra’s 1941 political treatise “Meet John Doe.” Soon, music lovers will have the chance to “Meet Joe Smith,” and in the process get a little closer to dozens of the most important...
  • The Doors: A new video for 'L.A. Woman'

     
    The keepers of the Doors; flame have put out a new video for the song “L.A. Woman” in conjunction with the recent release of a 40th anniversary edition of the album of the same name....
  • Pete Seeger sings 'Forever Young' for 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan's debut

     
    A new video for Pete Seeger's recording of Bob Dylan's song "Forever Young" will be released Monday, March 19 exactly on the 50th anniversary of the release of Dylan's debut album. Pete Seeger could become the oldest person, at 92, to place a new...
  • Bruce Springsteen berates bankers — in German

     
    His Wednesday set at Berlin's sold-out Olympic Stadium was tied to his new album "Wrecking Ball." But his between-song banter took on the one percent as well....
  • Live review: Ani DiFranco's show is fierce, tender

     
    Singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco reveals a consistent vision and integrity in a stirring concert....
  • Rest in peace, Earl Scruggs

     
    With apologies to Les Paul, Eric Clapton or any other guitar hero you could name, it would be well nigh impossible to find anyone who singularly became identified with a musical genre and a particular instrument more than Earl Scruggs. Scruggs and his...
  • Tweets That Pop: SXSW festival goers

     
    Those who made the trek to Austin for the South by Southwest festival indulged in five days of nonstop music from more than 2,000 acts and likely attended one of the many (aggressively branded) parties. Big names (Jay-Z, Springsteen), breakouts and...
  • An appreciation: Doc Watson, flatpicker, song stylist, messenger

     
    Doc Watson, whose guitar style was an influence on generations of folk players, died on Tuesday near his North Carolina home. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers an appreciation....
  • Scott Turow flashes back with the Beatles on KCRW

     
    Scott Turow shares some musical favorites with KCRW; he'll be playing with the Rock Bottom Remainders later this month....
  • North, East and West legs of Occupy-led protest converge downtown

     
    More than 300 protesters, many representing the Occupy movement, marched from the Olvera Street area across from Union Station and headed south along Los Angeles Street. The protest encompasses four caravans or "winds" that were to converge at 6th and.......