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  • Tickets for new Straight No Chaser shows at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall again sell fast

     
    When hit a cappella group Straight No Chaser played two concerts at Allentown’s Miller Symphony Hall two days before Christmas, ticket sales set records for the venerable venue – selling out in 41 minutes for the first show, six months......
  • REVIEW: Daughtry, 3 Doors Down don't need to scream to wow Sands Event Center crowd

     
    There’s an old saying that if you really want people to listen, don’t shout -- whisper. Chart-topping rocker Daughtry seemed to have learned that Sunday, nearly seven years after his histrionic singing propelled him on “American Idol.&#...
  • Q&A: James VanOsdol, former Q101 DJ, author of 'We Appreciate Your Enthusiasm'

    Q&A: James VanOsdol, former Q101 DJ, author of 'We Appreciate Your Enthusiasm'
      Remember rock radio? James VanOsdol sure as hell does. The former DJ and writer of the new book "We appreciate your enthusiasm", which chronicles the history of Chicago's Q101, which left the airwaves in 2011. Ernest: Excited about the book! Burning...
  • Listicle: 10 Things Wikipedia Taught Me About Drummer Carmine Appice

    Listicle: 10 Things Wikipedia Taught Me About Drummer Carmine Appice
    1) He's an American rock drummer. (For a few years I thought he was British.) 2) He was the first rock drummer to organize drum clinics on college campuses, in theaters and in drum stores. 3) He influenced Phil Collins, Neil Peart and John Bonham. (!)...
  • The sweaty, salty Neil Hamburger

    The sweaty, salty Neil Hamburger
    When he answers the phone Monday afternoon from his Best Western hotel room, comedian Neil Hamburger, true to form, explains that he's just finished ticking off yet another group of people. "I was having an argument with these guys at the motel that I...
  • Patrick Stump finds life beyond Fall Out Boy

    Patrick Stump finds life beyond Fall Out Boy
    It doesn’t take a musical genius to read between the notes of Patrick Stump’s first solo album, “Soul Punk” (Island), to realize that the Fall Out Boy singer and songwriter left a few things unsaid in his old band. Whereas Fall...
  • Are your dreams trying to tell you something?

    Are your dreams trying to tell you something?
    You have a dream you're in a house — only, it's not your house, it's someone else's. You walk through a long hallway, and you eventually find yourself having dinner with your high school French teacher. You realize there's a test, and you haven't...
  • Gibson loses his “Hangover” cameo

     
    Friction, either in the offices of Warners or on the production of “The Hangover,” depending on whose spin you believe, got Mel Gibson kicked out of his planned tattoo artist cameo in “Hangover 2.” Interesting to read accounts of...
  • Grammy predix for best album: Lady Antebellum, Lady Gaga, Eminem

     
    Our Grammy seers David "Guru" Schnelwar and Darrin "DoubleD" Dortch agree on what four of the five nominees will be for album of the year: "The Suburbs" (Arcade Fire), "Recovery" (Eminem), "Need You Now" (Lady Antebellum) and "Soldier of Love" (Sade)....
  • Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind & Fire talks collaborating with Cee Lo, electronic music and new video

     
    Kanye West likes to think of himself as unique, and I'd never hate on the hip-hop art star for that. 'Ye's 15-round wrestling match with his own ego makes him prolific and ambitious, resulting in work like the long-form music......
  • Phil Collins admits having suicidal thoughts

     
    Hello! Phil Collins has admitted there were times he thought he must be going -- permanently. The Genesis frontman and solo artist has had suicidal thoughts, he told Rolling Stone. However, "I wouldn't blow my head off," he said. "I'd......
  • Broadway’s ‘Rock of Ages’ will blast Orlando’s Bob Carr

     
    The next touring Broadway show to hit Orlando is “Rock of Ages,” which lands at the Bob Carr on Tuesday, Jan. 11. A colleague at the Orlando Sentinel's sister newspaper in Fort Lauderdale, the Sun Sentinel, wrote this story in December when...