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  • Weekend outlook: Two rounds of Mardi Gras at Universal, Willie Nelson at SeaWorld, plus $5 day at science center. Curious?

     
    There are loads of entertaining options this weekends at our theme parks and attractions. + There are Mardi Gras concerts on both  Saturday and Sunday at Universal Studios. The B-52s are set to perform Saturday, followed by the omnipresent KC & the...
  • Listen, L.A.: Carla Bozulich will not be ignored

     
    Opening for Godspeed You Black Emperor Wednesday night, Carla Bozulich talks about playing uncompromising music and feeling forgotten in her hometown....
  • The Mellencamp story: Guitarist Mike Wanchic tells how roots rocker made it to the top, stayed there

     
    John Mellencamp, singing, with guitarist Mike Wanchic at right Mike Wanchic, who for almost 35 years has been the guitarist for John Mellencamp’s band, can explain exactly how his boss not only hit it big, but also has sustained a......
  • Star sighting: Willie Nelson at SeaWorld Orlando

     
    Country music icon Willie Nelson meets up with Seamore the Sea Lion last weekend at SeaWorld Orlando. Nelson was the featured performer at the theme park's Bands, Brew & BBQ event, which continues this weekend with REO Speedwagon. (Photo from SeaWorld...
  • If Coca-Cola Park's in new John Mellencamp film, it's a blink

     
    “It’s About You,” the John Mellencamp documentary now being used as the “opening act” for his theater tour, may have had filming done at Allentown’s Coca-Cola Park in 2009. But if the stadium shows up in the film, it&#...
  • Concert review: Leon Russell at Plaza Theatre

     
    Leon Russell becomes a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011 in recognition of a career that has brushed against many of rock's most influential and elite characters. That history was reflected in an inspired and free-wheeling performance on...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Week

     
    1. LORI MCKENNA Country folk singer-songwriter Lori McKenna released four critically acclaimed indie albums that earned her spots at the Newport Folk Festival and on the all-female Lilith Fair tour. She also released a 2007 disc, “Unglamorous,&#...
  • Talking with Dr. John: Blues/jazz great is in right place, and it's the right time

     
    Singer/songwriter Dr. John is headed for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in two weeks. Just two weeks ago, he was up for two Grammy Awards for two different projects. He’s had a varied and illustrious career......
  • Johnny Knoxville: A Jackass looks at 40

     
    Johnny Knoxville turns 40 on Friday. But as Indiana Jones once famously opined, “It’s not the years, it’s the MILES.” Knoxville is the anchor that holds those merry, accident-prone “Jackass” pranksters together. Isn&#...
  • ‘American Idol’ introduces Steven Tyler hug, Jennifer Lopez bop, Randy Jackson’s no-pitchy zone

     
    How do you tell an "American Idol" performer they're doing well? You don't need words anymore, people. "Idol" introduced the Steven Tyler hug tonight. In this maneuver, a judge races on stage, throws his arms around a contestant and says something over-...
  • 'American Idol' recap: The top 11 tackle Motown

     
    No one ever said it was easy to be a contestant on "American Idol" – and sure, you expect to get criticism (constructive, one hopes) from the judges. But having your mother's cooking dissed? That seems a little beyond the......
  • Willie Nelson may sing his way out of pot charge

     
    The prosecutor is willing to let Nelson off with a $100 fine if the legendary crooner sings "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" in the courtroom, according to TMZ....