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  • Dolly Parton covers a lot of ground on 'Blue Smoke' and beyond

     Dolly Parton covers a lot of ground on 'Blue Smoke' and beyond
    Dolly Parton was a fireball of energy when she called for a quick chat about her new album, "Blue Smoke," and the companion tour that took her to Australia in February and that will take her across Europe this summer, with some U.S. dates along the way....
  • 'Middleman': The post-corporate in-person table-read reunion

    'Middleman': The post-corporate in-person table-read reunion
    Saturday in Los Angeles, "The Middleman" lived again. For the space of an hour and change, the late 2008 ABC Family television series about a pair of non-superhuman heroes protecting the world from a smorgasbord of aliens, monsters, mythological creatures...
  • Charlie Daniels Returns A Favor With 'Doin' It Dylan'

    Charlie Daniels Returns A Favor With  'Doin' It Dylan'
    It's been 35 years since the release of the Charlie Daniels Band's anthemic "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." The rousing country classic, which chronicles the Devil's attempt to steal a young fiddler's soul, hit the top of the Hot Country Singles...
  • 'Letter Home' is stripped-down Neil Young in his ragged glory

    'Letter Home' is stripped-down Neil Young in his ragged glory
    Over the last decade, Neil Young has presented an overwhelming volume of studio albums, concert films, archival live recordings, free-form improvised guitar excursions, charity fundraisers, books, rants against modern sound-compression technology, boxed...
  • REVIEW: Traffic jam holds up Dave Mason at Keswick Theater

     
    Classic rocker Dave Mason playing a concert of tunes from Traffic, the 1960s and ‘70s rock band with which he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004, sounds like a good idea. And perhaps it......
  • Morgan Spurlock's 'Seven Deadly Sins' Gets Series Order at Showtime

    Documentarian Morgan Spurlock's "Seven Deadly Sins," which offers an in-depth look at the weird and darkly comic world of sin, has received a series order from Showtime. Hosted by Spurlock, the project will explore each of the seven deadly sins, one...
  • Grammy Museum, Americana Music Assn. team up for event series

    Grammy Museum, Americana Music Assn. team up for event series
    The Grammy Museum and the Americana Music Assn. have formed a partnership that’s expected to bring more artists and their music to the downtown Los Angeles museum. The first shows under the new arrangement will be singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier...
  • Watch: Best Coast's 'Baby I'm Crying' being recorded in 3-D audio

    Watch: Best Coast's 'Baby I'm Crying' being recorded in 3-D audio
    For its latest single, “Baby I’m Crying,” L.A. indie pop band Best Coast has taken an unconventional path on a couple of fronts: It’s a filmed-live-in-the-studio performance to capture the binaural 3-D recording process used on the...
  • Letters: Welcome to the real world, millennials

    Re "An over-educated nanny's lament," Opinion, March 30 Emily Koss' Op-Ed article lamenting her predicament about being an over-educated nanny demonstrates that she is not taking responsibility for the choices she has made. As a university professor and...
  • Festival Review: Blue Water runs deep at Sawdust

    Festival Review: Blue Water runs deep at Sawdust
    The Blue Water Music Festival, hosted by Rick Conkey and his nonprofit Blue Water Green Earth, returned to Laguna Beach last weekend at the Sawdust Art Festival grounds under the shade of the tall eucalyptus grove. The two-day event featured a variety...
  • Theater Review: A haunting 'Floyd Collins'

    Theater Review: A haunting 'Floyd Collins'
    I had never seen anything quite like it, and it grew on me slowly. But I can’t stop thinking about, and humming snippets from, La Mirada Theatre’s revival of “Floyd Collins,” the odd, haunting musical about the Kentucky cave...