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  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

    Chicago area classical music recommendations
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra: The popular guitarist Milos Karadaglic makes his Ravinia and CSO debut playing Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez," with pianist Orion Weiss playing Rachmaninov on the same program, led by Robert Moody; 8 p.m. Friday; $25-$50,...
  • Parker Millsap's blistering character studies

    Parker Millsap's blistering character studies
    Parker Millsap left the Pentecostal faith of his youth some time ago. But the singer-songwriter still performs with the passion of an evangelist at an old-time tent revival. Only 21, Millsap is gaining considerable notice with his self-titled Okrahoma...
  • 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...
  • Kenny Loggins is his own opening act

    It's not every musician that gets to book himself as an opening act. Kenny Loggins would be the exception. Along with a full set of his greatest hits when Loggins performs, he does an opening set with Blue Sky Riders, the country-rock trio he's been...
  • 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-...
  • Ray LaMontagne calls on Belle Brigade

    Ray LaMontagne calls on Belle Brigade
    For Barbara Gruska, half of brother-sister act The Belle Brigade, a stint as an in-demand touring musician opened the door to the duo's prominent road role with singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne. In addition to opening LaMontagne's show on Friday, July...
  • Trey Songz's 'Trigga' debuts at No. 1 on U.S. Billboard chart

    LOS ANGELES, July 9 (Reuters) - R&B singer Trey Songz on Wednesday scored his second No. 1 album on the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 chart, with "Trigga" selling 105,000 copies in its debut week, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan. British singer-...
  • Andrew Bird Pays Tribute To The Handsome Family

    Andrew Bird Pays Tribute To The Handsome Family
    On his new album, the singer, songwriter and violinist Andrew Bird didn't get too hung up on what was his and what was someone else's. As it happens, it was all someone else's, in a sense, because the entire album, "Things Are Really Great Here, Sort Of...
  • Beck's 'Song Reader' recording to include Jack White, Norah Jones

    Beck's 'Song Reader' recording to include Jack White, Norah Jones
    What's an album with no recorded music on it? That's the question Beck posed on his 2012 effort "Song Reader," a collection of original compositions only published as sheet music. The contrarian "record" was a conceptual gambit (and, for sight-reading...
  • 10 steps to starting an awesome video game band

    10 steps to starting an awesome video game band
    When you think of rock music you probably don't think about "Super Mario Bros." or "Space Invaders." But a subculture of video game rock bands? Yes, it's a thing. And now that you know the bands exist, you’re likely all too eager to start your own...