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  • Shows that would have brought TV singing contest winners, animals to L.V. canceled

     
    A concert that would have brought winners of network television singing competitions to the Lehigh Valley has been canceled. So has an animal entertainment show. An Oh So Acoustic Christmas, which stars “The Voice” winners Javier Colon and...
  • The King's daughter, alt-country band, dance, comedy and more announced for Musikfest Cafe

     
    The daughter of a king, a groundbreaking alt-country band and more shows have just been announced for Musikfest Café at ArtsQuest center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem. Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of Elvis whose new album “Storm & Grace” &#...
  • Band that played Super Bowl halftime show to play Sands Bethlehem Event Center

     
    A band that played during the Super Bowl Halftime show in 1999 will play at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, it has been announced. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, a Southern California contemporary swing revival band that played its song "Go Daddy-O"......
  • Music group to entertain Grammy Awards two weeks before coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center

     
    Two weeks before a band comes to entertain a crowd at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, it will entertain Grammy Awards attendees at that celebration’s official after-party. Contemporary swing revival band Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, which plays the event...
  • Interview: Yellowcard still carrying the flag for pop punk

    Interview: Yellowcard still carrying the flag for pop punk
    There was a time when pop punk bands went toe-to-toe with bubble gum pop acts for air time on MTV's "TRL." And while 'N Sync, Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears usually won out on the music video countdown show, bands such as Blink-182, Sum 41 and...
  • Gates reopen for Lake Hollywood strolls

    Gates reopen for Lake Hollywood strolls
    High in the hills, perched between Hollywood and Vine and the Hollywood sign, sits scenic Lake Hollywood, a reservoir held back by a dam designed by the great water wrangler William Mulholland. Flanked by a classic California mix of oak, pine, eucalyptus,...
  • Hollywood skyscrapers too close to earthquake fault, opponents say

    Hollywood skyscrapers too close to earthquake fault, opponents say
    Los Angeles officials have asked the developer of a controversial Hollywood skyscraper project to conduct a new round of seismic tests to determine whether the project's towers could be at risk in an earthquake. At the same time, state officials are...
  • John Lennon's 72nd birthday brings fans to his Hollywood star

    John Lennon's 72nd birthday brings fans to his Hollywood star
    It isn't always possible to meet your favorite star. In Los Angeles, you often settle for your star's star instead. When you want to celebrate, when you want to mourn, you commune with your idol's brass and terrazzo stand-in. The lucky stars are there...
  • Allentown Fair chose country's top acts before CMA did for award nominees

     
    Allentown Fair chose country music’s best before the Country Music Association did. The CMA on Wednesday announced its list of nominees for the 46th annual CMA Awards, to be given away 8 p.m. Nov. 1 on ABC-TV, and two of......
  • John Lennon fans gather at his Hollywood star on 72nd birthday

     
    Every year, John Lennon's fans gather at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to mark his birthday and the day he was killed....
  • Skyscraper site in Hollywood may sit on active fault, state says

    Skyscraper site in Hollywood may sit on active fault, state says
    California's state geologist has declared that the Hollywood earthquake fault is active and may run directly underneath a skyscraper project approved by the Los Angeles City Council last week. The assertion raises new doubts about whether the 1-million-...