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  • Neil Young introduces high-quality music system PonoMusic

    Neil Young introduces high-quality music system PonoMusic
    Neil Young has long groused about the way music he and other artists make ends up sounding in the digital age. Now he is introducing his solution: PonoMusic, a combination online music store and playback system that gives listeners access to audiophile...
  • Buyers for concert tickets give PPL Center best of their love

    Buyers for concert tickets give PPL Center best of their love
    The Eagles have given the owners of Allentown's new PPL Center a peaceful, easy feeling. It took the 1970s rock group less than a day to essentially sell out the 10,000-seat arena for its Sept. 12 show. The concert will be the venue's first ticketed...
  • Wilson sisters followed their Heart to success

    Heart singer Ann Wilson has a simple philosophy these days about how she and sister Nancy Wilson should go about their career. "At this point in our career, at this point in our creative life, there's no point at all in not doing exactly what we feel...
  • Ticket sales for The Eagles give at Allentown's PPL Center a peaceful, easy feeling

    The Eagles have given the owners of Allentown's new PPL Center a peaceful, easy feeling. The 1970s rock group took less than a day to essentially sell out the 10,000-seat arena, under construction at Seventh and Hamilton streets, for its Sept. 12 show....
  • Never mind the Sex Pistols: Glen Matlock goes solo acoustic

    It's not the easiest sell in 2014: solo acoustic versions of "God Save the Queen" and "Pretty Vacant" ... sung by any Sex Pistol, let alone one who is not named Johnny Rotten. Glen Matlock wasn't even around for the recording of "Never Mind the Bullocks,...
  • Peace in a bottle

    Peace in a bottle
    It only takes a brief online search to reach an undeniable conclusion: Jack Tempchin is quite at peace with having written "Peaceful Easy Feeling." The songwriter who penned the Eagles' 1972 hit posts on his website an image of the lyrics' original,...
  • PASSINGS: Tony Benn, Khushwant Singh, Scott Asheton

    PASSINGS: Tony Benn, Khushwant Singh, Scott Asheton
    Tony Benn Renounced title to stay in House of Commons Tony Benn, 88, a committed British socialist who irritated and fascinated Britons through a political career spanning more than five decades and who renounced his aristocratic title rather than...
  • 1970s and '80 boogie-rocking band to headline Musikfest

     
    A classic 1970s and ’80 boogie-rocking band will headline Musikfest in August, it was just announced. ZZ Top, which had the hits “Tush” in the 1970s and “Legs” and “Sharp Dressed Man” in the 1980s will open...
  • Blues singer, musician are top Lehigh Valley Music Awards winners

     
    Blues singer Sarah Ayers, who stopped performing for nearly two years after a health condition damaged nerves in her throat, came back with a roar Sunday at the Lehigh Valley Music Awards. Sarah Ayers in file photo Ayers was chosen......
  • Roy Orbison, sons reunited on posthumous 'Mystery Girl' bonus track

    A posthumous musical collaboration between Roy Orbison and three of his sons will be included on a 25thanniversary reissue of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer-songwriter’s final studio album, “Mystery Girl.” The deluxe reissue...
  • ASCAP to Honor Tom Petty at Pop Music Awards

    Tom Petty will be honored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) with the Founders award during the org's 31st annual Pop Music Awards. The event, which celebrates the songwriters and publishers of ASCAP's most performed pop...
  • Classic rock supergroup will play Sands Bethlehem Event Center

     
    A classic rock supergroup is returning to the area to play Sands Bethlehem Event Center. Crosby, Stills and Nash, who have sold more than 30 million albums (including three No. 1s) and have the classic hits “Teach Your Children,” “...