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  • Paul McCartney named Firefly Music Festival headliner

    Paul McCartney named Firefly Music Festival headliner
    When the Firefly Music Festival released its 2015 lineup earlier this month, the first name was mysteriously blurred out, likely in an attempt to drum up some needed intrigue. Today the final headliner's name was released: Paul McCartney. The Dover,...
  • Carnett: You might say the students had a lick of talent

    Whenever I'm asked where I went to secondary school, I'm tempted to say Green Chip High School of Costa Mesa. Green Chip High? Yeah. Do you recall America's fascination with trading stamps in the late 1950s and early '60s? Remember the big rivals,...
  • New music and a free show from The Last Bison

    New music and a free show from The Last Bison
    Here is a problem that every band wishes it had: Too much good music to fit on one CD. The Last Bison had a simple solution. Barely six months after the release of their outstanding 2014 album "VA," the six-piece Americana group from Chesapeake is...
  • Lisker Foundation brings classical tunes to small venues

    Lisker Foundation brings classical tunes to small venues
    Classical music is not dead; it's the experience that is dying. That's the belief of David Lisker, protégé of internationally renown violinist Itzhak Perlman and graduate of the Juilliard School in New York, who said the age of Facebook and Twitter is...
  • Above & Beyond: The music, the lights and the total experience

    Above & Beyond: The music, the lights and the total experience
     Above & Beyond puts on a stage show that goes, well, above and beyond what most bands would even attempt.  The British electronic trio has spent the past 15 years crafting infectioius progressive grooves and then bringing them to spectacular life...
  • Friday & Sunday: Neil Diamond concert at PPL Center

    Friday & Sunday: Neil Diamond concert at PPL Center
    Ask Neil Diamond why, at age 74 and after a career of more than 50 years, he's going out on a grueling world tour, and he's a bit fatalistic. "I always have that thing that hurries me up and it says, 'Don't wait around and don't waste time because it'...
  • Connecticut's Seagreen Record Label Offering Tangible Music

    Connecticut's Seagreen Record Label Offering Tangible Music
    Everyone knows by now that walking into a record store, browsing through bins, returning home and listening to your latest discoveries used to offer a tangible thrill, a palpable endorphin rush — and that that thrill has mostly disappeared. Of...
  • Health Workers Pursue Their Hobby With CT Doctors Orchestra

    Health Workers Pursue Their Hobby With CT Doctors Orchestra
    On a Sunday afternoon in December — a day when others are relaxing at home or ticking items off their holiday to-do lists — members of the Connecticut Doctors Orchestra set up their music stands at Middlewoods of Farmington. After a hasty...
  • MisterWives makes eclectic, catchy pop-rock on 'Our Own House'

    MisterWives makes eclectic, catchy pop-rock on 'Our Own House'
    It's no surprise that a band whose name is a humorous twist on the Mormon term “sister-wives” would bring a fun, playful approach to its eccentric brand of pop-rock. On "Our Own House," the debut full-length from much-buzzed New York City...
  • Theater review: Rewarding 'Shropshire Lad' creates narrative with poetry, music

    Theater review: Rewarding 'Shropshire Lad' creates narrative with poetry, music
    "A Shropshire Lad" is an unusual work for the Crowded Kitchen Players. The adaptation of a book of poems by A. E. Housman features verses recited by actors, presented with traditional Celtic music and dance and a bit of incidental dialogue. It is more...
  • Interviewing Aerosmith: Classic band says new concert movie catches its best as it looks to the future

    Interviewing Aerosmith: Classic band says new concert movie catches its best as it looks to the future
    When classic rock band Aerosmith took the stage at England’s Donington Festival last June, the group’s members knew it was a special night. The band burned through 19 tunes, including classic songs such as “Walk This Way,”...