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  • 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...
  • 'America's Got Talent' recap: NYC offers tears and triumphs

     
    A recap of 'America's Got Talent' in which Howard Stern comforts Mir Money, Burton Crane raps 'What You Gonna Do?' and the King of Nut Shots is crowned....
  • 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.&#...
  • 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......
  • The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye

    The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye
    This documentary is about musician and performance artist Genesis P-Orridge. Sure, I’m not in the target demographic. You mention Genesis to me, I’m asking “When Peter Gabriel sang, or Phil Collins?” Supposedly this Genesis was an...
  • Phil Collins: Author and historian. Who Knew?

    Phil Collins: Author and historian. Who Knew?
    You know the name, and no doubt you know the music, but do you know the historian? Famed musician Phil Collins is coming out of the closet about his passion for Texas history and opening the doors to the private collection of Texas historical...
  • Orlando Fringe review: The Fabulous Problemas

    Orlando Fringe review: The Fabulous Problemas
    Remember the old Spy Vs. Spy cartoon in Mad Magazine? If those wacky, doublecrossing figures came to life, the result might be something like “The Fabulous Problemas,” a funny look at three scoundrels who are in search of love and money...
  • Phil Collins Remembers the Alamo Against All Odds

    Phil Collins Remembers the Alamo Against All Odds
    Phil Collins is not the first name you associate with the Alamo.  But yes, Phil Collins the musician is considered an expert on the Battle of the Alamo and owns the biggest collection of Alamo artifacts in the world.  He displays them in a pristine...
  • 'Bachelorette' recap: Emily meets the parents on hometown dates

    'Bachelorette' recap: Emily meets the parents on hometown dates
    OK, seriously? How does this happen every single season? I think the show is asinine right until we hit hometowns, and then — bam, I suddenly find myself rooting for Emily and her man to make it while Phil Collins' "Against All Odds" begins...
  • 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...
  • Album review: Dawn Richard, 'Goldenheart'

    Album review: Dawn Richard, 'Goldenheart'
    ***1/2 (out of four) There aren't many second acts for former stars of non-competition reality TV series. For Dawn Richard, formerly of “Making the Band” group Danity Kane and Bad Boy R&B experiment Diddy-Dirty Money, the story is just...
  • 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...