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  • Hayes Carll comes in from the cold

    Hayes Carll comes in from the cold
    NASHVILLE -- Hayes Carll, 32, arranges his long limbs around a high-top table in the bar of a trendy Nashville restaurant. He's clearly out of place, but frequenting these locales comes with the new visibility he's earned as one of the most talked about...
  • 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,...
  • Orange County Speaker repair business

    Orange County Speaker repair business
    The way we listen to music has changed dramatically in the last 15 years -- earbuds instead of headphones, digital tracks instead of cuts on vinyl. But the basic design of an audio speaker, says Eric Sunda of Orange County Speaker, is the same as it was a...
  • Mix-Tape Friday - November 13, 2009

    Crew Mix-Tapes: Garry's mixtape: 1. AC/DC: Back in Black 2. ZZ Top: Sleeping Bag 3. Frank Sinatra: Fly me to the Moon Tom Skilling: 1. Dan Fogelberg: The Power of Gold 2. Eric Clapton: It's in the Way That You Use It 3. Joe Jackson: Steppin out 4....
  • Canyon Jam

    Canyon Jam
    Witching hour is upon us, and we’re winding our way up Laurel Canyon Boulevard, surrounded by a sea of dark slopes and twinkling homes. Parking at the foot of one small hill, we make our way up a steep, candlelit walkway that leads to a wooden cottage...
  • L.A. Story

    L.A. Story
    Rock stars, Jazzers, Pachucos...they may have grown up somewhere else quaint, like Sandusky, Ohio, or Canada, but they made their mark here—lived, created and died here. Music is as much a part of the L.A. legacy as film and television. From the bebop...
  • Springsteen To Play 'Born To Run' Album In Chicago

    (WGN-AM)- Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are returning to play the United Center on Sept. 20, but this time with a twist: They'll perform his 1975 album "Born to Run" in its entirety (plus other songs from throughout Springsteen's career)....
  • A starring role at the Wilshire

    A starring role at the Wilshire
    Scan any list of the Dems' biggest givers and money-raisers and you'll find the names of Haim and Cheryl Saban, but their most recent cause is a decidedly local one with deep roots in their hometown: restoration of the landmark Wilshire Theatre in Beverly...
  • Jazz Fest Announces 2010 Music Lineup!

    Jazz Fest Announces 2010 Music Lineup!
    The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell today announced the music lineup for the star-studded 2010 Festival scheduled for April 23-25 & April 29-May 2. Now entering its fifth decade, Jazz Fest continues to showcase the most important...
  • Another Big Headliner: Simon And Garfunkel To Perform At Jazz Fest

    Another Big Headliner: Simon And Garfunkel To Perform At Jazz Fest
    Simon and Garfunkel have been added to the lineup for this year's New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. The singing-songwriting duo of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel will join the previously announced Jazz Fest lineup that includes Pearl Jam, Aretha...
  • Jazz Fest Announces Day-by-Day Music Schedule

    Jazz Fest Announces Day-by-Day Music Schedule
    Today, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell released its much-coveted, day-specific musical lineup. The 2010 Jazz Fest is scheduled for April 23-25 & April 29-May 2 at the Fair Grounds Race Course. (The complete day-by-day schedule...
  • Carolyn See, the Poet Laureate of Topanga Canyon

    Somewhere along the inner reaches of Topanga Canyon, not far from the ridge-top aerie where Carolyn See lives and writes, is a fading, hand-painted sign nailed to the trunk of an ancient oak tree: "This place defended by shotgun law." And, sure enough,...