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  • Elton John & Leon Russell: Keyboard colleagues

    Elton John &  Leon Russell: Keyboard colleagues
    Few people can get away with telling an anecdote about being on safari in Africa and make it sound like a trip to the supermarket. But for Elton John, that's precisely how and where he became inspired to call his keyboard-playing pal Leon Russell after...
  • Book review: 'LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour'

    Book review: 'LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour'
    Why did Stephen Davis write "LZ-'75: The Lost Chronicles of Led Zeppelin's 1975 American Tour" (Gotham: 218 pp., $22.50)? He's already the author of the band biography "Hammer of the Gods"; what more does he need to say? One reason, he explains here, is...
  • Blues/soul singer brings the smoke to Macungie show

     
    With public smoking so limited, there are few smoky bars anymore. But bluesy Philadelphia singer Sharon Little captured that atmosphere Saturday at The Pub on Main in Macungie. Little’s voice alone was smoky enough to set the mood in an......
  • Rahrrr! Little Warriors makes primal, pricey clothes for kids

     
    If "mini-me" Juicy Couture tees and Levi's skinny jeans aren't your idea of stylish kids clothes, try this concept on for size: edgy, Southwest-inspired baby and toddler clothes. Designed by Maggie Fox, co-owner of L.A. vintage shop Filth Mart, Little.......
  • Live review: Robert Plant and Band of Joy at the Greek Theatre

     
    Robert Plant brings his Band of Joy to Greek Theatre in Los Angeles....
  • Tonight: Arthur Lee & Love Tribute at the Roxy

     
    The hoary cliche claims that if you remember the '60s, you weren't there. What that means for Love, the psychedelic soul kingpins, who remain slept-on 45 years after their seminal self-titled debut, is yet to be determined, but they certainly......
  • Whitesnake brings '70s vibe, music to Penn's Peak without apologies

     
    For people into late 1970s arena rock and early 1980s power ballads, Sunday’s show by Whitesnake at Penn’s Peak near Jim Thorpe was a roaring success. Singer David Coverdale and the new version of the band he had built around......
  • Do go to Do-Division this weekend

     
    Food, crafts and a raging danceoff courtesy of a Talking Heads tribute band. How can you not be there?...
  • TV This Week for July 17th – 23rd

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 17 - 23 in PDF format TV listings for the week of July 17 - 23 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • 'Your Long Journey'

     
    My wife began humming this song out of the blue this evening -- one of the most poignant songs about death I know. Here's a version by Champaign native Alison Krauss and Robert Plant A live version is here. God's......
  • The Steel Stage lineup: Don't mock the dinosaurs

     
    Well, they finally did it: Musikfest's organizers have found a way to stop me from referring to their headliner lineup as the "RiverPlace Has-Been Showcase." And all it took was the construction of a new, multi-million-dollar arts campus in South......
  • Universal Music and Live Nation form artist management joint venture

     
    Universal Music Group, the largest music company in the world, is forming a joint venture to manage musicians with Live Nation Entertainment, the world's biggest ticketing, concerts promotions and artist management company....