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  • Lollapalooza: Outkast closes day two

    Lollapalooza: Outkast closes day two
    Reports from Saturday, day two at Lollapalooza in Grant Park, from Greg Kot (GK), Bob Gendron (BG) and Kevin Williams (KW): 11:31 a.m.: Blood Orange's Dev Hynes posted several tweets after his Lollapalooza set Friday saying that he and his girlfriend...
  • Top 4 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Here are the Top 4 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. ONE DIRECTION The start of U.K. boy-band One Direction’s rise to the top, its first hit “What Mmakes You Beautiful,” seemed standard for the genre: a big, hooky pop......
  • Carr concerts rock from cheap seat

    Carr concerts rock from cheap seat
    After standing in a shadeless field at the Central Florida Fairgrounds to watch bands at last month's Vans Warped Tour, I returned to the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre with a new appreciation for its creature comforts. Yeah, the Orlando concert hall...
  • Local vets get French Legion of Honor medals

    It was a special week for a number of World War II and Korean War veterans as they filled the auditorium at the Boynton Beach Civic Center recently. The veterans, mostly in their 80s and 90s, were there to receive France's highest civic and military...
  • Concert review: Crosby, Stills & Nash at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre

    Concert review: Crosby, Stills & Nash at Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre
    Crosby, Stills & Nash could play classic hits all night and no one would complain, but the veteran threesome is too creatively ambitious for that. Newer songs were sprinkled among the obligatory favorites in a spirited performance for almost three hours...
  • Manny Roth dies at 94; owner of New York's Cafe Wha?

    Manny Roth, a former Greenwich Village club owner whose Cafe Wha? was ground zero for a music scene that showcased newcomers like Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen and many others, has died. He was 94. Roth, the uncle of Van Halen singer...
  • Rod Stewart takes a sentimental turn on new album and tour with Santana

    You know that Rod Stewart, rock's perpetual bon vivant, is partial to blondes, fancy clothes and soccer, not necessarily in that order. Two things you might not know about the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer: He's ridiculously sentimental and this...
  • Photosynthesis festival at Annenberg focuses on music, photography

    Photosynthesis festival at Annenberg focuses on music, photography
    It was Jakob Dylan who came up with a name for the genre of music that photographer Mark Seliger now plays with his band Rusty Truck: "Lonesome." Seliger himself calls it "simple melancholic singer-songwriter" alt-country, which he'll perform this...
  • Billy Joel, Once A Stranger To Advertising, Is Becoming A Commercial Big Shot

    Billy Joel has moved from "Allentown" to Madison Avenue. The piano-playing hitmaker was once regarded by advertisers as one of music's "untouchables" - artists like Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Tom Petty and R.E.M. who shun the idea of aligning one...
  • Duluth angler lures friends to Ontario's Lake Nipigon with reports of huge lake trout

    Lake Nipigon, Ontario We had already seen our daily moose on the Onaman River. The cow had been browsing aquatic vegetation when Chuck Erickson's 26-foot Grady-White glided past. Now, where the river opened onto the expanse of Lake Nipigon, Erickson...
  • Minnesota's launching pad

    Minnesota's launching pad
    Set amid tall green pines and even taller rust-colored mounds of tailings, Hibbing is a town that, in one way or another, has been on the move since the late 1800s. That's when the first rail cars full of iron ore began moving to big-city mills, where...