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  • Upper Saucon's David Gottschall, accepted into American Boychoir School, follows musical footsteps of his father

    Upper Saucon's David Gottschall, accepted into American Boychoir School, follows musical footsteps of his father
    Bob Dylan and Jakob Dylan. Bob Marley and Ziggy Marley. Julio Iglesias and Enrique Iglesias. Frank Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Jr. For the sons of many talented musicians, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Such is the case for David Gottschall...
  • George Thorogood, coming to Allentown, keeps destroying the blues

    George Thorogood, coming to Allentown, keeps destroying the blues
    During a career that last year marked 40 years of recording, blues-rocker George Thorogood and his band The Destroyers has played a good number of shows in the Lehigh Valley. The band played Castle Garden in South Whitehall Township in 1984, Bilera Hall...
  • Hot Club of Cowtown set to play MAC, Fermilab

    Hot Club of Cowtown set to play MAC, Fermilab
    The Hot Club of Cowtown is coming to town for two appearances. The Austin, Texas-based band brings its eclectic blend of Gypsy jazz and western swing to Club Mac in the Playhouse Theatre of the McAninch Arts Center on the campus of the College of DuPage...
  • Nashville veteran Marty Stuart to perform in Mount Dora

    Nashville veteran Marty Stuart to perform in Mount Dora
    MOUNT DORA — You might call Marty Stuart bullheaded, but he is a man who knows what he wants. Even as a boy, he knew. When he was 12, he saw Connie Smith perform and he told his mother that he would marry her. He had to wait 27 years, but he did...
  • 'Blurred Lines': How many tunes are 'blurred'?

    'Blurred Lines': How many tunes are 'blurred'?
    Have a hit, get a writ. That music-industry axiom is one way to understand the legal battle between Marvin Gaye's heirs and two recent chart-toppers, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams. The Gaye family accused Thicke and Williams of plagiarizing one...
  • Jazz singers bring new life to old standards

    Jazz singers bring new life to old standards
    Jamie Cullum doesn't want anybody to get the wrong idea about his new album, "Interlude." A British singer and piano player who emerged in the early 2000s as a precocious, messy-haired jazz star, Cullum spent the next decade inching ever closer to pop....
  • Bob Dylan is coming to Orlando

    Bob Dylan is coming to Orlando
    Bob Dylan announced his 2015 U.S. tour schedule online Thursday including a stop at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The tour will also have stops in St. Augustine, Clearwater and Fort Lauderdale. Dylan and his band will perform at the...
  • Mario Andretti petition to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom started

    Mario Andretti petition to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom started
    The license plate on Jim Knipe's car reads "69 INDY." Last year, he said, Mario Andretti autographed the plate for him. "I'm a pretty heavy-duty Mario Andretti fan," Knipe, a 58-year-old Bethlehem resident, said this week. Considering that it has...
  • Joe Henry is much more than a serial collaborator

    Joe Henry is much more than a serial collaborator
    Joe Henry is a low-key renaissance man. The respected singer-songwriter, author and Grammy-winning producer has steadily built a multifaceted career of enviable scope. His 13th solo album, "Invisible Hour," was self-produced and released in June on his...
  • Recent memoirs highlight brilliance of failure

    Recent memoirs highlight brilliance of failure
    Gary Shteyngart, gooey-lunged and height-a-fearing, arrives in America by way of the Soviet Union (and elsewhere) in the beseeching care of parents who might have been/could have been Someones. By high school, Shteyngart is, he says, failing his future....
  • Eclectic band Ritchie Parrish Ritchie rises from folky Tanglefoot

    Steve Ritchie is enthusiastic about his music, but in a phone call from his home in Ontario, he hesitates as he tries to describe it. "I would call it folk rock, but that could mean so many things. It does follow the folk tradition of telling stories."...