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  • 1954 Les Paul Gibson guitar sells for $335,500

    The 1954 Les Paul Gibson guitar known as "Black Beauty" has sold at auction for $335,500. Guernsey's auction house says the six-string instrument with gold-plated hardware set the standard for other Les Paul Gibson guitars. Paul was a jazz, country...
  • Bob Dylan's 'Shadows' to fall on Sunshine State

    Bob Dylan's 'Shadows' to fall on Sunshine State
    Bob Dylan versus Frank Sinatra? Back in his early years, Dylan's folkie fans might have predicted more than a few sparks — and possibly fisticuffs — at that meeting. But on "Shadows in the Night," his latest album, the 73-year old Dylan...
  • Blues Legend Joe Louis Walker Believes In Playing 'From The Heart And The Gut'

    Blues Legend Joe Louis Walker Believes In Playing 'From The Heart And The Gut'
    Joe Louis Walker, the 65-year-old Blues Hall of Fame ferocious electric guitarist and fervent vocalist, cites one prime ingredient in his formula for longtime success and his undiminished capacity for delivering knockout performances both on the road...
  • Weekend preview: Heavy metal, iron and lace

    Weekend preview: Heavy metal, iron and lace
    Thirty years after their white-hot heyday, South Florida heavy-metal heroes Tuff Luck on Saturday will find themselves in front of another packed house filled with rock fans eager for more of their in-your-face swagger. While the gathering at Fort...
  • Learn about bullying from a stinky skunk!

    Bucks County author, singer and songwriter Richard McLaughlin will teach kids about bullying Saturday when he reads from his first book "The Skunk with a Stinky Attitude." The free program is 10 a.m. tp noon at the Cops 'n' Kids Reading Room in Bethlehem....
  • Mary Lambert, Tom Paxton, Sonny Landreth and Blues Brotherhood set shows for Musikfest Cafe

    Mary Lambert, Tom Paxton, Sonny Landreth and Blues Brotherhood set shows for Musikfest Cafe
    Singer-songwriter Mary Lambert, who sang on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' huge hit "Same Love," classic folk singer Tom Paxton, acclaimed guitarist Sonny Landreth and Blues Brothers tribute The Blues Brotherhood have announced shows at Musikfest Cafe at...
  • Dan Deacon learns to finally relax on new album 'Gliss Riffer'

    Dan Deacon learns to finally relax on new album 'Gliss Riffer'
    Dan Deacon first heard the term “stress addiction” a few years ago, and the Baltimore-based experimental-pop artist wondered aloud if it applied to his own life. Nearby, the former Ponytail drummer Jeremy Hyman looked back in disbelief....
  • Stephen Carter: The sweet unknowns in Don McLean's 'American Pie'

    We always got the easy parts, we clever teenagers. We knew that the Jester was Bob Dylan, and that "Jack Flash sat on a candlestick" referred to the Rolling Stones playing Candlestick Park. "Eight miles high and falling fast" was trivial. There were...
  • Diana Krall turns to pop on new CD 'Wallflower'

    Diana Krall turns to pop on new CD 'Wallflower'
    Singer-pianist Diana Krall wants to make one thing clear about "Wallflower," her new CD: It's a pop album, not a jazz album. For her 12th album, Krall enlisted fellow British Columbian David Foster, a 16-time Grammy winner. Foster did the arrangements...
  • Bianchi: Shame on Jesse Jackson for turning Little League cheating into a racial issue

     Bianchi: Shame on Jesse Jackson for turning Little League cheating into a racial issue
    Running off at the typewriter … Is there anything more distasteful in sports than when a bunch 12-year-old kids are tainted by the corruption of adults and the resulting political pandering of elected officials and the race-baiting of Jesse...
  • Pops Staples' final music finally surfaces

    Pops Staples' final music finally surfaces
    "Don't Lose This" (Anti) presents a double dose of history. Not only is it the late Roebuck "Pops" Staples' final album, it also marks the final recording by the family group that Pops founded in Chicago in the 1940s, the Staple Singers. A handful of...