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  • Hornsby says new live CD will be 'unlike any record you've ever heard'

    Hornsby says new live CD will be 'unlike any record you've ever heard'
     Asked about his upcoming album, Bruce Hornsby immediately says: "It's different. In a way, it is going to be unlike any record you've ever heard."  That should prepare you for "Solo Concerts," the two-CD set that will arrive on Aug. 25. Taken from...
  • An Intimate 'La Boheme' In Clinton

    An Intimate 'La Boheme' In Clinton
    The Opera Theater of Connecticut in Clinton revives Giacomo Puccini's "La Boheme," one of the most popular operas in the repertoire, for the third time in its 30-year history. Along with Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" and Verdi's "La Traviata," "Bohème,"...
  • Remembering Chicago jazz great Hal Russell

    Remembering Chicago jazz great Hal Russell
    Anyone who appreciates Chicago's position as a global hotspot of avant-garde jazz owes a thank you to bandleader Hal Russell. The unrepentantly iconoclastic Chicago musician – who died in 1992 at age 66, just as he was achieving a degree of...
  • Best wedding recessional ever

     
    One web search led to another this weekend until I stumbled on this video from last October's wedding of old time musicians Erynn Marshall and Carl Jones. I don't know much about it other than that, evidently, a great percentage......
  • Holocaust victim, artist Charlotte Salomon's life premieres as opera

    By Michael Roddy SALZBURG, Austria, July 28 (Reuters) - The Berlin-born Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon left behind a body of watercolours and text she called "Life? or Theatre?" before she was killed at Auschwitz in 1943 at age 26, carrying her unborn...
  • Hinsdale teens to perform at Lollapalooza

     Hinsdale teens to perform at Lollapalooza
    Next stop is Lollapalooza for two Hinsdale teens who will perform at the acclaimed musical festival in Chicago. Meghan Callahan, 18, and Paden Guido, 17, were both recently chosen to go on the road performing at local clubs for a week until they end...
  • Film Review: 'Get On Up'

    Is it possible for a single movie to capture James Brown in all his multitudes, contradictions and reinventions? Probably not, but "Get On Up" makes an admirable, fitfully successful stab at the life of the brilliant but volatile funk-soul legend who wore...
  • Art, meaning and music at String Tinkers

    The curving gold S-T logo of String Tinkers graces the door at a Putnam shop that is part fine art museum, part music shop and part instrument design and workshop. Donald Spaeth and George Brin are partners in an effort to bring back quality, homemade...
  • Thomas Fauntleroy, the last of the original Unifics, talks about why he stopped performing

    Thomas Fauntleroy, the last of the original Unifics, talks about why he stopped performing
     When Al Johnson died last fall, it left a hole in the Unifics, the soul vocal group Johnson founded as a student at Howard University in the 1960s.  That hole quickly became two holes when Thomas Fauntleroy - Johnson's friend since their childhood in...
  • Ancient Sun approaching deadline for Kickstarter goal

    Ancient Sun approaching deadline for Kickstarter goal
    Orlando funk-rock band Ancient Sun is looking for some help to release its first full-length album in September and there's still time to contribute to the project. Ancient Sun's Kickstarter fund-raising campaign has raised about half of the band's $6,...
  • Musikfest preview: Here's what's new, returning for festival's 31st year

     
    The most important lesson taught by Musikfest founder and President Jeff is that the festival is not only open to change, but also requires it, says ArtsQuest Vice President for Programming Patrick Brogan. Saurus, one of the featured 'spectacles' at......