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  • Ke$ha tickets moving fast for Musikfest, but one act still ahead of her

     
    When Musikfest announced earlier this month that party girl radio rocker Ke$ha would be its Aug. 10 headliner, Lehigh Valley Music figured she’d be the best-selling act announced so far for the 10-day Bethlehem festival. And after two days of......
  • British music legends join for Olympics closing ceremony

     
    For those of us suffering from Olympic burnout, take solace. The end is near. The 2012 London Summer Olympic Games come to a conclusion on Sunday, Aug. 12, at 7pm ET on NBC with the closing ceremony, titled “A Symphony of British Music.” Aside...
  • West Palm Beach singer Cassadee Pope wins NBC's 'The Voice'

    West Palm Beach singer Cassadee Pope wins NBC's 'The Voice'
    At times, West Palm Beach singer Cassadee Pope’s march to victory Tuesday night on “The Voice” seemed inevitable. More than 14 million viewers watched the 23-year-old get crowned the winner of NBC’s popular singing competition,...
  • Frampton Plots Summer Tour Featuring Top Shelf Guitarists

    Frampton Plots Summer Tour Featuring Top Shelf Guitarists
    Ace guitarist Peter Frampton has announced he’ll take several of his equally-gifted guitarists on tour with him this summer on a trek he’s calling Peter Frampton’s Guitar Circus. The incomparable B.B. King is the first six-string...
  • In the Pipeline: 'A lovely venue in a lovely town'

    In the Pipeline: 'A lovely venue in a lovely town'
    The Golden Bear closed down in January 1986, though to hang around people who frequented the place, you might swear the dark, cozy, intimate musical venue once located near PCH and Main is still there. People speak of it in such loving and present terms,...
  • Sands Bethlehem Event Center: Here's what it looks like, what's ahead, and why it will succeed

     
    Richard Fritz, the first and only director Lehigh University’s Stable Arena ever had, tells the story of walking into the uncompleted sports and performance hall in 1979. A view of the Sands Event Center floor and stage from one of......
  • Album review: Sleigh Bells' 'Reign of Terror'

     
    Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells' new album, 'Reign of Terror,' is one of the season's most anticipated releases. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts reviews....
  • Mountain Laurel Center to reopen with 15 shows, festivals this concert season

     
    Mountain Laurel Performing Arts Center in Bushkill, which reopened with a limited concert schedule last summer after being closed four years, will offer perhaps 15 shows and a fall festival this year under new management, officials have announced. The...
  • 826LA adds Pee-wee Herman to Judd Apatow benefit

     
    Tickets to see Judd Apatow's benefit for 826LA aren't cheap - but hey, it's a benefit....
  • Mountain Laurel Pocono Mountains Center announces first 3 shows this season

     
    Mountain Laurel Pocono Mountains Performing Arts Center in Lehman Township, Pike County, which three weeks ago announced new management and a new focus on acts more appropriate for an indoor venue, on Thursday released details on its first three...
  • Dick Clark: The Go-Gos and Peter Frampton remember a pop music icon

     
    At Wednesday's ASCAP Music Awards, The Go-Gos, Peter Frampton, Bill Withers, Carly Simon and Ne-Yo talk about the late Dick Clark's legacy....
  • Amplifier maker Jim Marshall dies at 88

     
    Jim Marshall, who was known as "The Father of Loud" for designing amplifiers ubiquitous in the rock world, has died at 88....