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  • Check it out: Gold Panda's Orlando show

    Check it out: Gold Panda's Orlando show
    WHAT: Gold Panda, a London-bred electronic music producer and DJ, blends synthesizers and samples into a hypnotic hybrid of electronica and house music in "Reprise," his latest EP release. Now based in Berlin, Gold Panda has become both a critical and fan...
  • Fest planner: Riverwest Music Festival, Windy City Ribfest, more

    Fest planner: Riverwest Music Festival, Windy City Ribfest, more
    Fourth of July means most people have an extra weekend day to celebrate America's independence through the consumption of grilled meats and the creation of small explosions. USA! After the beers have been drank and the sparklers have been ... sparkled,...
  • Songwriters unite at Smiling Bison

    Songwriters unite at Smiling Bison
    There's a wealth of musical talent in Central Florida, but different corners of the scene sometimes could do a better job of connecting. Fortunately, a monthly singer-songwriter showcase hosted by Swamp roots practitioner Beth McKee is building...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Joseph N. Goff House Gazebo Concert Series Continues

    The Joseph N. Goff House Music Series, held at the Center School Pavilion in the East Hampton Village Center on Thursdays, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., will continue on July 17 with Americana, folk and roots rock by J. Cherry & the Strawberries. A...
  • Made in America producers offer $850,000 for L.A. festival costs

    Made in America producers offer $850,000 for L.A. festival costs
    Live Nation, producer of Made in America, a two-day music festival slated to take place Aug. 30-31 at Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles, is offering to pay $850,000 to cover city and county costs related to the event. The concert promoter and hip-hop...
  • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on new album and headlining 9:30 Club

    Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on new album and headlining 9:30 Club
    In 2006, the Baltimore funk-jam band Pigeons Playing Ping Pong started from a modest and typical beginning: Two new friends — Greg Ormont and Jeremy Schon — playing acoustic guitar together in a University of Maryland dorm room. The duo took...
  • Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner plans on co-writing superhero film

    Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner plans on co-writing superhero film
    Patient fans still awaiting a new Alex Turner and Miles Kane collaboration are in for a cinematic twist. The English musicians, who perform together as the Last Shadow Puppets, are planning on creating a superhero film along the lines of "X-Men." In...
  • Alynda Lee Segarra is the best kind of riff raff

    Alynda Lee Segarra is the best kind of riff raff
    Alynda Lee Segarra is a twenty-something feminist singer-songwriter with a very old soul. The Americana artist is her own woman, all the while drawing on a mix of vintage and contemporary influences including Robert Johnson, the Carter Family, Townes...
  • Jazz fireworks for a holiday weekend

    Jazz fireworks for a holiday weekend
    The jazz tempo does not slow for the holiday weekend. Among the highlights: Paul Marinaro: Connoisseurs of music in Chicago long have known that Marinaro owns one of the most plush and malleable bass-baritones to be heard today. But it wasn't until...
  • Classical Corner

    Chanticleer: The ever-popular, all-male vocal ensemble returns to Ravinia for "She Said/He Said," a diverse program that spans the centuries from Victoria and Von Bingen to Eric Whitacre, Stacy Garrop, Cole Porter and Joni Mitchell. 7 p.m. Sunday,...
  • Charles Dexter: Doctor had the hands of a pianist, and a passion for jazz

    Charles Dexter: Doctor had the hands of a pianist, and a passion for jazz
    The front foyer of Charles Dexter's lakefront house was inlaid with white and black marble in the shape of piano keys. In the great room looking out on Lake Killarney, off to the right, was a Kawai concert grand piano with room enough for a jazz quartet....