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  • Grant Gershon's iPod playlist

     
    Grant Gershon, the music director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, is celebrating 10 years with the renowned vocal ensemble this season. The conductor is particularly admired for his diverse approach to programming. “Grant Gershon is a model of a........
  • SteelJam, Day One: Thin crowds, exciting music

     
     ArtsQuest's inaugural four-day SteelJam Festival at SteelStacks kicked off Friday night. The crowd for the ticketed event was thin but it was a beautiful night for a music festival, with a crescent moon lighting the sky...
  • Kevin Kelly, Kate O’Neal team in Winter Park Playhouse cabaret

     
    Kevin Kelly and Kate O’Neal, with pianist Chris Leavy,  will appear in the popular Winter Park Playhouse Spotlight Cabaret series with their cabaret Cocktails For Two, Thursday, Sept. 22, and Friday, Sept. 23. Kelly and O'Neal are wrapping up the...
  • Promoter of Big & Rich concert at Coca-Cola Park says more shows on the way

     
    The promoter who brought country duo Big & Rich to Allentown’s Coca-Cola Park a month ago says the show not only was profitable, but was successful enough to prompt it to plan other area shows – perhaps as many as......
  • 20 Lehigh Valley concerts we're looking forward to (and a couple of others)

     
    I recently wrote about some upcoming shows at Musikfest Café at SteelStacks that seem to be broadening the scope of acts that play there, including teen band Hot Chelle Rae, which this summer had the big hit “Tonight, Tonight.” Mat......
  • Album review: Tony Bennett's 'Duets II'

     
    Some of these May-December cuts sound great, particularly Bennett and Lady Gaga’s “The Lady Is a Tramp,” in which he can’t stifle his amusement with her drama-kid shtick. And, of course, it’s a beautiful bummer to hear...
  • Mixtape Friday for Friday August 6

    GARRY'S MIXTAPE Devo - Whip It John Mellencamp - Cherry Bomb Staff Mixtapes 7) Jarrett's Mixtape a. You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone by 13th Floor Elevators b. This Will Be Our Year by The Zombies c. Rocks Off by The Rolling Stones d. When I Paint My...
  • Michelle Obama Portrait On Display At National Portrait Gallery

    Michelle Obama Portrait On Display At National Portrait Gallery
    WASHINGTON -- Move over Martha Washington. Martha Stewart and Michelle Obama are getting space in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington for the first time. A new exhibit, "Americans Now," opened Friday, featuring famous names from science,...
  • 25th Farm Aid Benefit Concert

    25th Farm Aid Benefit Concert
    Willie Nelson is set to take the stage for the 25th Farm Aid Benefit Concert. Nelson, along with Farm Aid regulars, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Dave Matthews will be there tomorrow. Newcomers for the all day show Kenny Chesney, Jason Mraz, Norah...
  • Ag Hall of Fame Honors Willie Nelson

    Ag Hall of Fame Honors Willie Nelson
    The Farm Aid concert is in Kansas for the first time in its 26 year history. On Saturday, The National Agriculture Hall of Fame in Bonner Springs, Kan. inducted Willie Nelson as its newest member. The special presentation was made where the concert is...
  • Advocate Interview: guitarist John Jorgenson

    Advocate Interview: guitarist John Jorgenson
    When John Jorgenson, a laid-back, soft-spoken Californian who lives in Nashville, picks up a guitar, he can chicken pick, string together long, staccato Gypsy Jazz lines or rack up chorus after face-melting chorus of rock and blues licks like few other...
  • 'Our Idiot Brother' review: Don't judge a person by his beard

    'Our Idiot Brother' review: Don't judge a person by his beard
    *** (out of four) If Tigger were slower, calmer—and human—he might be like Ned (Paul Rudd), a likable optimist who’s never held a steady job and isn’t that concerned about it. His sisters (Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel, Emily...