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  • Garth Brooks to Ireland: Let concerts go on, then fix the system

    Garth Brooks to Ireland: Let concerts go on, then fix the system
    Garth Brooks offered up what he called a simple solution to the controversy in Ireland over his five canceled concerts: “Open it up for five nights, let everybody have fun, then go to work on never letting it happen again.” Meanwhile, the...
  • Jazz picks: Albert 'Tootie' Heath, Alon Nechushtan and more

    Jazz picks: Albert 'Tootie' Heath, Alon Nechushtan and more
    A selection of jazz and jazz-adjacent shows coming this weekend. Jesse Harris, Anthony Wilson and Petra Haden Maybe best known for his longtime work with Norah Jones (those are his fingerprints on the Grammy-winning "Don't Know Why"), singer-...
  • Producers Will Swing Big to Keep Tupac Musical Open on Broadway

    Reviews were mixed and sales are downright dire. Which is why all of Broadway is wondering: When will "Holler If Ya Hear Me" throw in the towel? Not yet, according to Eric L. Gold, the Hollywood veteran who is the lead producer of the Tupac Shakur...
  • My hate-love affair with Ray LaMontagne's 'Supernova'

    My hate-love affair with Ray LaMontagne's 'Supernova'
    The word from RCA Records came over the digital transom at 12:41 p.m. Feb. 25: The first song from Ray LaMontagne’s eagerly awaited album “Supernova” was being released. The lead paragraph of the email included a tantalizing SoundCloud...
  • Mariners Church hosts free summer concert series

    Mariners Church celebrates summer with a free concert series kicking off Saturday and running through Aug. 16. The series will feature musical groups performing on six consecutive Saturday nights. Musicians taking the stage are Mike Edel, a native of...
  • Ben Folds' 'Orchestra Experience' tour includes BSO

    Ben Folds' 'Orchestra Experience' tour includes BSO
    The worlds of pop and classical music do not meet all that often — or all that well, as a rule — but certain artists have proved quite adept at bridging the gap. Ben Folds is one of them. The Winston-Salem, N.C.-born, Nashville-based...
  • Sony/ATV threatens to withdraw from ASCAP and BMI

    Sony/ATV threatens to withdraw from ASCAP and BMI
    Sony/ATV Music Publishing has said it may completely withdraw from two U.S. groups that distribute songwriter royalties if changes are not made to the regulations that govern those organizations. This comes more than a month after the U.S. Justice...
  • Louise Goffin previews 'Songs From the Mine' album in Hollywood

    Louise Goffin previews 'Songs From the Mine' album in Hollywood
    Singer-songwriter Louise Goffin transformed her record release party at a Hollywood recording studio this week from a solo acoustic affair into a full-band presentation less than 24 hours before the event. “I realized that all these great...
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto reveals he has cancer, cancels engagements

    Ryuichi Sakamoto reveals he has cancer, cancels engagements
    Ryuichi Sakamoto, the popular Japanese composer who won an Academy Award for his work on Bernardo Bertolucci's  "The Last Emperor," has revealed that he has throat cancer and is canceling appearances so that he can focus on treatment. Sakamoto posted...
  • Michelle Obama to Deliver Keynote at Grammy Museum Luncheon

    First lady Michelle Obama will deliver the keynote address at a luncheon on July 16 at L.A. Live's Club Nokia. The luncheon will honor educator Sunshine Cavalluzi and singer Janelle Monae with the Jane Ortner Education Award. "Just like this year's...
  • Bramwell Tovey pulls off multitasking at Hollywood Bowl

    Bramwell Tovey pulls off multitasking at Hollywood Bowl
    It was 32 years ago this week that Leonard Bernstein brought opening week at the Hollywood Bowl into the realm of legend, conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic in his own music plus that of Barber, Schumann and Copland — and for good measure,...