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  • Daughtry rocks downtown L.A.

     
    Over at Pop & Hiss, writer Mikael Wood reviewed Monday night's Daughtry show at downtown L.A.'s Nokia Theatre. The appearance was sold out, and Wood described "many denim-clad mom types filling out the capacity crowd." Daughtry performed two covers that...
  • Live Review: Daughtry at the Nokia Theatre

     
    Chris Daughtry began his encore Monday night at the Nokia Theatre by announcing, “We’re gonna take you to the '80s for a second.” He was referring, of course, to the 1980s, provenance of “Rebel Yell,” the Billy Idol hit Daughtry......
  • Next week's 'Idol': Music from the movies; mentor Jamie Foxx, the sequel

     
    It was just over a year ago that Jamie Foxx took his first turn as an "American Idol" mentor. He was tasked with shepherding Season 8's Final 5 -- Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, Danny Gokey, Allison Iraheta and Matt Giraud -- through Rat Pack week last year,...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Betty White as host of the Oscars or Emmys? | Will Betty White be nominated for Daytime Emmys on Wednesday? | Helen Mirren seeing double | Drama League Awards details

     
    • First Facebook fans petitioned to have Betty White host "Saturday Night Live." Now, following her critically praised appearance Saturday that earned the late-night staple its best ratings in 18 months, there are online campaigns to have her host the...
  • For Hall and Oates, a new appreciation

    For Hall and Oates, a new appreciation
    Daryl Hall and John Oates, the Hugo Boss-clad kingpins of Reagan-era pop, seemed destined for the casino-circuit dotage most pop stars eventually face -- their new music largely ignored, their fan base fading to nothingness. But then, around 2005,...
  • Playboy Jazz Festival has the Bowl jumpin'

     
    "Who's got some extra suntan oil, man?" asked singer and unflappably cool customer Kurt Elling from the stage Saturday at the 32nd annual Playboy Jazz Festival. Marking his first appearance at the festival, the sharply dressed Elling had just finished.......
  • Album review: Drake's 'Thank Me Later'

     
    For most of the last decade, major-label rappers extolled the virtues of the “good life,” a sentiment best expressed by the Champagne-sipping Kanye West single of the same name. The vanguards of the next generation seem determined to convey the......
  • Producer Arif Mardin celebrated in documentary 'The Greatest Ears in Town'

     
    It’s a remarkable on one level that a man who played a critical role in shaping a boatload of hit records by Aretha Franklin, the Bee Gees, Bette Midler, Carly Simon, Phil Collins, Dusty Springfield, Chaka Khan, Norah Jones and......
  • Mix-Tape Friday - November 6, 2009

    The Crew: 1) Intern Mark a. Schnieder TM - Frogtoise b. Annie - My Heartbeat c. Letting up Despite Great Faults - If You're Here Today d. Gruff Rhys - Candylion e. Kings of Convenience - Singing Softly to Me 2) Producer Jarrett a. Spoon- Small...
  • '90210' casts Phil Collins' daughter

  • Scrappy label thrashes the big boys

    Maybe the pop world is finally ready to believe what Calendar predicted nearly four years ago: that by concentrating on cutting-edge rock and rap music, upstart Interscope Records would become the envy of the music industry. The Westwood-based company,...
  • A Good--and 'Bad'--Night

    Whoever thought anyone would feel sorry for Michael Jackson--especially at a Grammy Awards show? Moments after being bathed in applause for one of the most striking performances ever by a pop performer on national television, Jackson, an intensely...