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  • Pop Essentials

    Main Event DC Jazz Fest Jazz at the Capitol Riverfront The word: DC's Jazz Fest provides a week-long celebration of jazz, with musicians playing in venues around the nation's capital. Gregory Porter, Trombone Shorty, the Rebirth Brass Band and Irma...
  • On Theater: 'Jersey' still packs a jolt

    Fifty years after they first burst onto the American pop music scene, the Four Seasons are hot again. Not the original quartet, whose survivors now are in their 70s and 80s, but the young singers-actors who make up the cast of "Jersey Boys," both on...
  • Grammy-winning songwriter, country chart-topper, actor/singer headline State Theatre season

     
    Singer-songwriter Randy Newman, country singer Jo Dee Messina and actor/singer Danny Aiello, along with a cache of comedy and a long lineup of Broadway and stage performances highlight the 2014-15 season of The State Theatre in Easton, which was...
  • Tommy Ramone, last surviving Ramones cofounder, dead at 65

    Tommy Ramone, last surviving Ramones cofounder, dead at 65
    Tommy Ramone, who died Friday of cancer at 65, was the last surviving original member of the Ramones, and also perhaps the most low key and least-known. But he was essential to shaping the pioneering punk quartet’s sound and image. As early as...
  • Art Garfunkel Evokes Emotion at Fantasy Springs Resort Show Despite Vocal Injury

    Once a high-wire acrobat loses balance, it's assumed the act is finished. And perhaps no pop vocalist ever resembled those denizens of dizzying heights more than the angelically-voiced Art Garfunkel. When Garfunkel announced four years ago that his voice...
  • Musician and actor Flea lists his Griffith Park home at $6.8 million

    Musician and actor Flea lists his Griffith Park home at $6.8 million
    Michael Balzary, the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist known as Flea, has listed a home for sale in the Griffith Park area at $6.8 million. The Mediterranean-style compound, built in 1925, sits behind walls and gates on close to three-quarters of an acre...
  • At last, Cleveland gets another turn in the limelight

    WASHINGTON -- After 80 years, the city of Cleveland, much maligned in lore as "the mistake on the lake," has been selected to host a national political convention in 2016. Famous Ohioans President William McKinley and Mark Hanna, the Karl Rove of his day,...
  • Tommy Ramone, last founding member of The Ramones, dies; canceled Allentown show last year

     
    Tommy Ramone, the last surviving member of the original Ramones, has died, according to reports. Ramone, born Erdelyi Tamas, died Friday in hospice care following unsuccessful treatment of bile duct cancer. He was 65. Tommy Ramone Ramone co-founded the...
  • Tommy Ramone, Last Surviving Member of Influential Punk Band, Dies at 62

    Drummer and producer Tommy Ramone, the last surviving original member of the influential New York punk quartet the Ramones, died Friday at his home in the Ridgewood area of Queens, New York. He was 62 and had been in hospice care following treatment for...
  • Ellen DeGeneres sells trophy home to tech billionaire Sean Parker

    Ellen DeGeneres sells trophy home to tech billionaire Sean Parker
    Ellen DeGeneres has sold the A. Quincy Jones-designed Brody House on Los Angeles' Westside to Napster co-founder Sean Parker for $55 million in an off-market deal. Built in 1950 for real estate developer Sidney Brody and his wife, modernist art...
  • Heart not looking back in anger

    Heart not looking back in anger
    The band that performs "Crazy On You" every time you hear it on the radio no longer exists. That was an early version of Heart, the Seattle rock band fronted by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, including lead guitarist Roger Fisher and bassist Steve Fossen....
  • ZZ Top cancels opening night show at Musikfest; Festival won't have headliner that day

     
    ZZ Top, the classic 1970s and ’80 boogie-rocking band that was to headline Musikfest’s opening night in 10 days, has canceled, their publicist has announced. As a result, Musikfest will not present a headline act on its main stage on......