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  • Reviews: Opera Theatre of St. Louis spring season

    Reviews: Opera Theatre of St. Louis spring season
    WEBSTER GROVES, MO. – These days, it seems that everything is an opera festival simply because the people who operate and sell a given enterprise say it is. The Opera Theatre of St. Louis, which completed its 39th spring season over the weekend at...
  • Candi Staton recalls the late Bobby Womack, her friend of 60 years

    Candi Staton recalls the late Bobby Womack, her friend of 60 years
    Bobby Womack, the expert soul singer, songwriter and guitarist who died Friday after a long battle with cancer, made as many friends in the music business as he did great songs. The artist was best known for penning the breakout Rolling Stones hit...
  • Can a summer romance last?

    Can a summer romance last?
    Popular culture would have us believe finding love in the summer is as easy as finding sand on a beach. Countless movies, novels and TV shows perpetuate the notion that when school's out, the temperature's up and clothes are scarce, romantic encounters...
  • UCF's Alex & Sierra hope to wow Red, Hot & Boom

    UCF's Alex & Sierra hope to wow Red, Hot & Boom
    Central Florida singers Alex & Sierra are home, and the reality-show champs acknowledge they have something to prove. Since winning "The X Factor" and a million-dollar recording contract in December, they have written more than 40 songs, mostly in...
  • Japan's WOWOW Forms Digital Content Division

    TOKYO -- WOWOW, Japanese pay TV broadcaster with 2.6 million subscribers, has unveiled a management reshuffle which it says is a response to changing consumer needs. WOWOW's production division will be run by Tetsuya Nasuno who will oversee the...
  • 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...
  • The mysterious 'train song' from the Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night'

    The mysterious 'train song' from the Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night'
    There’s growing debate in Beatles fan circles over whether an untitled, unidentified recording that’s been available for half a century is or isn’t the work of the Fab Four themselves. The track in question, featured prominently in the...
  • 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...
  • Jack Mitchell's 'Icons & Idols' on view at UCF

     Jack Mitchell's 'Icons & Idols' on view at UCF
    WHAT: The University of Central Florida Art Gallery takes a look at American culture — especially its celebrities — in an exhibition of work by famed photographer Jack Mitchell. Images from 1960-1995 are featured in Mitchell's black-and-...
  • 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...
  • Richter's 'Recomposed' Vivaldi to be at Music Academy of the West

    Richter's 'Recomposed' Vivaldi to be at Music Academy of the West
    What is known as a cover in pop music -- a composer and/or performer making a song his or her own -- is ancient history in classical music. In medieval and Renaissance times, the chant tune on which masses were built was commonly a cover of a standard...