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  • Garth Brooks announces country music comeback, digital downloads

    (Reuters) - Country music star Garth Brooks said on Thursday he was coming out of recording retirement and will release new music for the first time in more than a decade. Brooks, who in recent years has been playing concerts in Las Vegas, said at a...
  • Bob Stanley's 'Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!' is crazy in love with pop music

    In 1954, Bill Haley shook, rattled and rolled. In 2003, Beyoncé went crazy in love. That's two pop stars, among the biggest of their time, using similar language (and similar grooves) to describe more or less the same thing. But think of all that...
  • 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...
  • Luna Light aims to create harmony with music and art

    The Luna Light Music & Arts Festival aims to be the ultimate New Age festival. Its website calls this first-time event "an integrative collective celebration of harmony in the universe." It also sounds like a lot of fun, where you can camp in the woods...
  • 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...
  • San Diego Chargers - TeamReport

    NFL Team Report - San Diego Chargers - INSIDE SLANT Chargers' forecast: Sunny, chance of success As the San Diego Chargers prepare for their first training camp workout on July 24, they hope to sustain and improve the momentum they had at the end of...
  • 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...
  • Local man hopes to create thriving music scene

    Phil Barnes was attending Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, but devastating news caused him to rethink his path. In June 2013, Barnes' older brother died after undergoing surgery at age 23. He was struck by a drunk driver while riding his bike...
  • 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...
  • Sound and color at Santa Monica Museum of Art

    Sound and color at Santa Monica Museum of Art
    Music and painting sometimes share a language. Color is applicable to both, as is chromatic. They also share physics. Colors, for instance, are waveforms, as are tones.   Moreover, musicians and visual artists regularly inspire one another. Morton...
  • Rollins grad honored at Emmy's for writing Disney ditty

    Rollins grad honored at Emmy's for writing Disney ditty
    Last April, John Kavanaugh got up on a stage and accepted the Daytime Emmy Award for his title song for “Sofia the First,” the popular animated series on the Disney Junior channel. And Kavanaugh said he owes a great deal of his success to...