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  • Tom Rush Brings His Vintage Folk To The Kate

    Tom Rush Brings His Vintage Folk To The Kate
    Tom Rush, an iconic singer, songwriter and guitarist who helped shape the great folk revival in the '60s and its resurgence in the '80s and the '90s, is still very much a spirited, spirit-lifting entertainer, musician and raconteur whose ebullient talents...
  • A critic's collection of great jazz interviews

    A critic's collection of great jazz interviews
    In 37 years of covering music for the Tribune, I've heard virtually all of the masters and have been lucky enough to meet most of them. Whether chatting backstage with Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra or conversing with Lena Horne in a Manhattan...
  • Norah Jones Brings Her Roots Supergroup To Connecticut

    Norah Jones Brings Her Roots Supergroup To Connecticut
    Six years ago, songwriters Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson and Catherine Popper started playing roots-based music together, just casually. On July 15, as Puss N Boots, the three musicians will finally release a debut album, "No Fools, No Fun," on Blue Note...
  • For String Player Zach Brock, Improv Comes First

    For String Player Zach Brock, Improv Comes First
    Over the last two decades, as violinist and composer Zach Brock worked toward becoming a full-time jazz musician, he knew that he'd have to prove himself as an improviser first and a string player second. "I wanted to be of the [jazz] scene, where it'...
  • Lionel Richie Bringing All His Best Ballads To Mohegan

    Lionel Richie Bringing All His Best Ballads To Mohegan
    American singer, songwriter, actor and producer Lionel Richie has "partied all night long," "danced on the ceiling," and provided a host of romantic ballads that are the "go to" songs when talking about falling in and out of love. He is coming to...
  • 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...
  • Ponybird's Jennifer Dauphinais Celebrates Soul-Searching Album

    Ponybird's Jennifer Dauphinais Celebrates Soul-Searching Album
    Singer-songwriter Jennifer Dauphinais, who records as Ponybird, writes songs — slow, minor-key waltzes, atmospheric dirges, soulful full-band workouts — that are subversively punk-rock in spirit and mostly acoustic in texture. She sings in a...
  • 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...
  • The one-man reunion tour

    The one-man reunion tour
    More than three years have passed since the last time R. Bruce performed for a live audience. So, he said he is a bit nervous about the three shows he is doing this weekend at Cozzy's Comedy Club in Newport News. But the 60-year-old musical comedian...
  • Lorde to write 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' single, curate soundtrack

    Lorde to write 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' single, curate soundtrack
    "The Hunger Games" is getting the royal treatment. Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Lorde will write the first single for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1" and hand-pick the artists for the soundtrack, Lionsgate announced Thursday. The 17-...
  • Cosimo Matassa dies at 88; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, producer

    Cosimo Matassa dies at 88; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, producer
    Cosimo Matassa, 88, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member who recorded New Orleans rock and rhythm and blues from the 1950s to the 1970s, died Thursday in New Orleans, said his granddaughter Mia Matassa. He had been ailing since he had a stroke in 2009....