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  • Interviewing Matt Nathanson: As career grows, Philadelphia stays behind him

    Interviewing Matt Nathanson: As career grows, Philadelphia stays behind him
    When Matt Nathanson plays Philadelphia’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts tonight, Aug. 15, it will be the third time in nine months the singer-songwriter has played in Philadelphia. Nathanson stopped at The Electric Factory in November to...
  • Nickel Creek is back together and back on the road

    Nickel Creek is back together and back on the road
    It is not often that you see a band celebrate its 25th anniversary before any of the musicians reach their 40th birthdays. But then, the acoustic trio Nickel Creek is not your ordinary band. Sean Watkins was 12 years old and Chris Thile was 8 when...
  • Suzuki Summer Playgroup To Perform at Flatbread of Canton

    CANTON — The Suzuki Summer Playgroup will be performing for patrons at Flatbread of Canton on Aug. 27 to benefit Hartt School's Fund for Access, a program that helps children afford music lessons at the Hartt Community Division for Music. Candace...
  • Hear Nuggets of Future Vampire Weekend Songs (Maybe) at Broadway's 'This Is Our Youth'

    The average Broadway playgoer may not recognize the name Rostam Batmanglij when they see it in the program for "This Is Our Youth," the new staging of the 1996 play starring Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson. But a couple of them probably...
  • Father, son bond over music; reunite for jazz concert

    Virtuoso violinist and Brazilian music pioneer and expert Ted Falcon has had several music mentors in his life, but none has a more special place in his heart than his father, Allentown guitarist Marvin Falcon. "I grew up listening to my dad give guitar...
  • Heidi Klum makes short work of selling her Brentwood mansion

     Heidi Klum makes short work of selling her Brentwood mansion
    Heidi Klum is statuesque, but she isn't one to stand still for long. The supermodel and television producer sold her gated Brentwood estate for $24 million in an all-cash deal that closed in 29 days. The Italian-style mansion was built in 1999, more...
  • History of Jazz gets a review at the Modernism Museum Mount Dora

    History of Jazz gets a review at the Modernism Museum Mount Dora
    The history of Jazz takes center stage on Saturday, Aug. 23 at the Modernism Museum Mount Dora, when composer and pianist Justin Ward Weber will be performing. Weber's performance will be done on the museum’s Wendell Castle “Caligari”...
  • The many sounds of saxophonist Donald Harrison

    The many sounds of saxophonist Donald Harrison
    Anyone who had pegged New Orleans saxophonist Donald Harrison as a neo-traditionalist or a classic bebopper or a jazz-funk specialist – or anything else – got it wrong. He drew on all those musical personalities, and then some, Thursday...
  • Allah-Las play Echo Park Rising, premiere 'Buffalo Nickel' single

    Allah-Las play Echo Park Rising, premiere 'Buffalo Nickel' single
    While some Los Angeles music festivals like HARD and FYF have become major national events, others have stayed deeply connected to the neighborhoods that built them. Echo Park Rising is one of the latter. Now four years old, this weekend the annual...
  • Dan Deacon In Hamden

    Dan Deacon In Hamden
    Somewhere at the intersection of laptop dance-pop, academically rigorous counterpoint and experimental post-rock noise sits the music of Dan Deacon, an electronic musician who seems perfectly comfortable navigating the challenges and contradictions of...
  • Hallstrom and Rahman: A 5,000-Mile Collaboration for 'Hundred-Foot Journey'

    A harmonious relationship between composer and director is key to a successful music track. Fortunately for the score of "The Hundred-Foot Journey," the story of two restaurateurs -- one Indian, one French -- clashing in a French village, tunesmith A. R....