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  • New Documentary Celebrates The Muscle Shoals Sound

    New Documentary Celebrates The Muscle Shoals Sound
    The final verse of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s 1974 hit single “Sweet Home Alabama” — “Muscle Shoals has got the Swampers / and they've been known to pick a song or two” — probably confused generations of pre-Wikipedia radio...
  • Why did a single ham cost $2 million? It's all about the 'butt face'

    Why did a single ham cost $2 million? It's all about the 'butt face'
    Chances are you're not expecting to spend seven figures at a county fair. What's the most that cotton candy and a hot dog can cost? $20?  This year at the Kentucky State Fair, $2 million was spent on a single hunk of cured meat.  To put things in...
  • Eagles concert at PPL Center felt like the big time -- and it just may be

    Eagles concert at PPL Center felt like the big time -- and it just may be
    It felt like the big time. The opening of the new PPL Center arena on Friday with a concert by classic rockers the Eagles was more than a concert in many ways. It was an event – a happening – in downtown Allentown. The Lehigh Valley has...
  • Fall arts preview 2014: Pop music and jazz listings

    Fall arts preview 2014: Pop music and jazz listings
    A look at notable concerts and albums in pop and jazz. Linkin Park, 30 Seconds to Mars, AFI Sept. 15 Three bands from the upper tiers of today's hard rock team up for a big triple bill. Linkin Park has a new album, "The Hunting Party," that strips...
  • Smiling Bison to host Dylan tribute show in Orlando

    Smiling Bison to host Dylan tribute show in Orlando
    Tangled up in Bob The wonderful thing about Bob Dylan songs is the way that even the most familiar ones can be twisted into new, pleasing shapes. Dylan himself does plenty of song-shaping on his Never-Ending Tour, but the material is equally malleable...
  • Flogging Molly, Celtic-punkers, returning to Sands Bethlehem Event Center; G Love show also set

    Flogging Molly, Celtic-punkers, returning to Sands Bethlehem Event Center; G Love show also set
    One of the music acts that drew a near-sellout crowd to Sands Bethlehem Event Center during its opening week in 2012 is scheduled to return. Celtic-punk band Flogging Molly, which drew a standing crowd of about 3,000 to the center for its last show,...
  • All-star Sept. 28 George Harrison benefit moves to Fonda Theatre

    All-star Sept. 28 George Harrison benefit moves to Fonda Theatre
    An all-star tribute to the music of George Harrison scheduled for Sept. 28 has sold out and will move from the original site at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles to the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, event organizers announced Monday. The move will allow...
  • Tom Petty to play at Allentown's PPL Center: Top 5 songs we want him to play but he won't, and Top 5 he will

    Tom Petty to play at Allentown's PPL Center: Top 5 songs we want him to play but he won't, and Top 5 he will
    With 37 years on the charts, more than a dozen gold and platinum albums and more than 40 songs that have hit the top 40 on various charts, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – who Tuesday play the second show ever at Allentown’s new PPL Center --...
  • With 'Time Out of Mind,' Oren Moverman seeks a new kind of boldness

    With 'Time Out of Mind,' Oren Moverman seeks a new kind of boldness
    On the first day of shooting his new movie, director Oren Moverman had an unusual task for his star, Richard Gere: He wanted the famous actor to stand in New York City's bustling Astor Place with an empty coffee cup begging for change. Moverman needed...
  • The Latest: Folk-rock 'Wounds'; a slick Attic

    The Latest: Folk-rock 'Wounds'; a slick Attic
    Wounds to Bind Jerry Burgan with Alan Rifkin Rowman & Littlefield; 209 pages I still remember the first time I heard We Five's 1965 hit "You Were On My Mind." It came on my bedroom radio when I was 8 or 9, and I quickly began taping it, mistaking...
  • Albert A. Logan Jr., Boys' Latin teacher

    Albert A. Logan Jr., Boys' Latin teacher
    Albert Asbury "Ab" Logan Jr., a retired Boys' Latin School teacher who worked in Baltimore neighborhood organizing in the 1970s, died of cancer Aug. 25 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Cockeysville resident was 70. Born in Pittsburgh, he was the son of...