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  • Bethlehem man writes song that revives career of R&B star Martha Wash

    Bethlehem man writes song that revives career of R&B star Martha Wash
    Jim Carolan of Bethlehem has been involved in music most of his life, mostly as a performer in blues bands and a singer-songwriter and in a management/licensing capacity. So how did Carolan end up writing a song that reignited the career of R&B/pop/soul...
  • Culture-melding Gipsy Kings celebrate 25 years

    It has been more than 25 years since the song "Bamboleo" helped catapult the Gipsy Kings from flamenco music royalty to pop stars of international renown. The song first appeared on the band's eponymous American debut album in 1987, which spent 40...
  • Classical favorites and firsts for fall

    Classical favorites and firsts for fall
    There will be no power vacuum at Symphony Center this fall, once Riccardo Muti has entered the building. All eyes and ears will be on the big boss as he begins his fifth season as music director, his authority undimmed. Muti leads off his fall CSO...
  • Choral director seeks to expand yet stay true

    Choral director seeks to expand yet stay true
    With choral groups of every size, description and professional status vying for attention in and around Chicago, standing out from the pack often depends on how distinctive a niche each is able to carve out for itself. The Chicago-based chamber chorus...
  • Trumpeter Davis' vision right on schedule

    Trumpeter Davis' vision right on schedule
    More than a decade ago, Chicago trumpeter Orbert Davis and his longtime business partner, Mark Ingram, embraced a bold idea: Create an orchestra that could merge jazz and classical traditions, an idiom that musicians sometimes call Third Stream. As...
  • From Adasiewicz to Zenon, a bounty of music

    From Adasiewicz to Zenon, a bounty of music
    Following are some of the most anticipated jazz recordings of the season: Jason Adasiewicz's Sun Rooms, "From the Region" (released): The brilliant vibraphonist partners with bassist Ingebrigt Haker Flaten and drummer Mike Reed. Tom Harrell, "TRIP"...
  • Deadmau5 ready to combat Disney in mouse ear logo dispute

    Deadmau5 ready to combat Disney in mouse ear logo dispute
    After investigating a trademark request earlier this year, Disney is locked in a legal battle against popular DJ and recording artist Deadmau5 over the musician's effort to trademark his signature logo in the United States.  Disney claims that the...
  • Friday Coda: Fly Lo, Aphex Twin, Tracey Thorn, U2, Apple and more

    Friday Coda: Fly Lo, Aphex Twin, Tracey Thorn, U2, Apple and more
    Booty, beauty, beats and Kate Bush. Below, a rundown of some of what happened this week in popular music.  -- A few decades from now, when music historians are writing the tome of Los Angeles in the early part of the century, two names will be at the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Centennial Anniversary Heublein Tower Toot

    The 26th Annual Heublein Tower Toot to be held Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18 & 19 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m, celebrates the Tower's centennial anniversary. The event is held during the Farmington Valley's spectacular fall foliage season, and there is no rain...
  • Gary U.S. Bonds and friends celebrate the musical roots of Church Street.

    Gary U.S. Bonds and friends celebrate the musical roots of Church Street.
     Gary U.S. Bonds is the host with the most.  At 75, the great rock and roll singer from Norfolk can still belt out a tune. But if you want to see Bonds completely in his element, give him a stage and a microphone and a party to host.  That's what he...
  • Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra gears up for local performance

    Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra gears up for local performance
    Music enthusiasts and fans of "big canvas" performances should expect nothing less from the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra's opening night performance this September. Audience members will hear four arrangements from LACO as it ushers in the start of a...