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  • Center Stage to premiere musical about Bob Marley by Kwame Kwei-Armah

    Center Stage to premiere musical about Bob Marley by Kwame Kwei-Armah
    When Center Stage announced its 2014-2015 season months ago, there was one TBA on the schedule. The company announced Tuesday that the missing piece is the world premiere of "Marley," a musical about the Jamaican reggae sensation Bob Marley, written and...
  • Former Woods Bassist Kevin Morby Lives The Opposite Of A 'Still Life'

    Former Woods Bassist Kevin Morby Lives The  Opposite Of A 'Still Life'
    When you're a working musician, rambling comes with the territory. The life consists of touring, strings of one-nighters in interchangeable bars and clubs punctuated by brief spells in studios. But the singer and songwriter Kevin Morby seems perhaps...
  • 'This is not the time for peace.' Chicago protester who traveled to Ferguson

    'This is not the time for peace.' Chicago protester who traveled to Ferguson
    On one corner of a battered stretch of West Florissant Avenue, the epicenter of ongoing protests, young men pull dark scarves up over their mouths and lob molotov cocktails at police from behind makeshift barricades built of bricks and wood planks. They...
  • Disney's Maker Studios Signs YouTube Violinist Lindsey Stirling

    Maker Studios has signed top YouTube musician Lindsey Stirling, a classically trained violinist who specializes in electronic dance music, luring her away from rival multichannel network Fullscreen. Under the pact, Maker will manage Stirling's two...
  • Reports: NFL asking musicians to pay to play Super Bowl half-time show

    Reports: NFL asking musicians to pay to play Super Bowl half-time show
    The Wall Street Journal is reporting: The National Football League is reportedly asking musicians under consideration for the Super Bowl half time show to contribute a portion of their post game sales to the league. Performers have traditionaly played the...
  • Singer Kavita Shah Owns Her Eclecticism

    Singer Kavita Shah Owns Her Eclecticism
    Singer Kavita Shah's journey to the recording of her debut album, "Visions," was a long one, involving hours spent honing her skills — on stages and in classrooms — punctuated by bursts of inspiration and self-discovery. If you want to...
  • One-of-a-kind oboe belonging to BSO musician stolen

    One-of-a-kind oboe belonging to BSO musician stolen
    A one-of-a-kind oboe belonging to a musician with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra was reportedly stolen outside a Montreal hotel Tuesday morning. With the BSO season starting in less than a month, she’s anxious to get it back. “We all are...
  • L.A. Philharmonic gala getting a dose of 'Star Wars'

    L.A. Philharmonic gala getting a dose of 'Star Wars'
    The Force is coming to Walt Disney Concert Hall in September. The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s gala season-opening concert will feature music from “Star Wars” as well as a video projection using concept art from the Lucasfilm archive. As...
  • Paula Wagner Grabs Film Rights to Mother of Hip-Hop's Life Story

    Producer Paula Wagner has acquired the film rights to the life story of Sylvia Robinson, the founder of Sugar Hill Records, with an eye toward producing a biopic about the hip-hop pioneer. Joey Robinson, Sylvia's son, will executive produce, while...
  • Arts funding on the November ballot

    Arts funding on the November ballot
    This year, election day in Los Angeles County will be about arts funding as well as politics. Among the decisions voters will face on the Nov. 4 ballot is whether to absorb $23 in annual per-parcel property taxes over the next 30 years for...
  • 'Look Again to the Wind' revisits Johnny Cash's 'Bitter Tears'

    On the heels of two of the biggest hits of his career in "Ring of Fire" and "Understand Your Man," Johnny Cash was a hot commodity in 1964 when he gave his record company an ambitious new concept album, "Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian."...