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  • John Fullbright's 'Songs' album follows long-shot Grammy nod

    John Fullbright's 'Songs' album follows long-shot Grammy nod
    A year later, Oklahoma singer and songwriter John Fullbright still comes to just one conclusion about his unlikely Grammy Award nomination for his self-released 2012 debut album “From the Ground Up,” which found itself singled out alongside...
  • Musicians implore Hollywood to stop scoring films overseas

    Musicians implore Hollywood to stop scoring films overseas
    At a small community park in Santa Monica, a group of Los Angeles-area musicians wearing dark blue and orange T-shirts with the slogan "Listen Up!" gathered around a flatbed truck as union leaders, a minister and a local city councilman fired up the...
  • Artscape music and attractions feature funk, dance and more

    Artscape music and attractions feature funk, dance and more
    Funk revivalists Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Latin rockers Ozomatli, the jazz-funk sextet Galactic and R&B singer Anthony Hamilton headline the roster of musicians scheduled to perform at this year's Artscape, event organizers announced Tuesday....
  • Killer Films Merges with Glass Elevator Media to Form Killer Content

    Killer Films, the indie banner headed by Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler, has merged with the upstart IP incubator Glass Elevator Media to form Killer Content. Adrienne Becker, founder and CEO of Glass Elevator, will serve as CEO of Killer Content....
  • Thomas Rhett finds humility on tour

    Thomas Rhett finds humility on tour
    Last week, Thomas Rhett walked with his wife through a Nashville Walmart in search of an electric dog fence. While strolling the aisles, the 24-year-old country singer-songwriter passed the music section and spotted his debut album, October's “It...
  • X to play first four albums in full in July shows at the Roxy

    X to play first four albums in full in July shows at the Roxy
    X will play four nights at the Roxy in West Hollywood in July during which the veteran L.A. punk band will play each of its first four albums in their entirety on successive nights. Starting July 10, X will play “Los Angeles,” followed by...
  • Road to the Tonys: 'Aladdin' Brings Howard Ashman's Legacy Full Circle

    Howard Ashman may have died in 1991, but he left a musical theater legacy that endures across film and theater -- stretching all the way into this year's Tony's race. With composer Alan Menken, lyricist Ashman wrote the songs for the 1992 Disney animated...
  • Margery Mayer Voutsas, 1918-2014

    Margery Mayer Voutsas, 1918-2014
    Margery Mayer Voutsas was a student at Senn High School in Chicago when she began her vocal studies under the tutelage of noted voice teacher and children's opera director Zerlina Muhlmann Metzger. By 18, she had won a Chicago high school singing...
  • In the Pipeline: Guitarist finds recovery in rock

    In the Pipeline: Guitarist finds recovery in rock
    "Most addicts and alcoholics need that stuff to believe in themselves. That's why they call it 'liquid courage,' right? But what we are giving them is musical courage." Longtime Huntington Beach resident Wesley Geer knows what he's talking about on both...
  • John Fullbright aims to connect, uplift with 'Songs'

    John Fullbright aims to connect, uplift with 'Songs'
    Oklahoma singer and songwriter John Fullbright still comes to just one conclusion about his unlikely Grammy Award nomination for his self-released 2012 debut album, "From the Ground Up." "I still sort of consider it a mistake," he said of the nomination...
  • Tigran Mansurian's 'Quasi Parlando' is spellbinding

    You can tell a lot about a composer from the performers who champion him or her. Tigran Mansurian, the 75-year-old Armenian composer of music in which deep cultural pain is quieted through an eerily calm, heart-wrenching beauty, has been superbly served...