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  • Bob Marley Birthday Bash At Infinity Hall

    Bob Marley Birthday Bash At Infinity Hall
    Two hundred years from now, just as we currently name-check Mozart when talking about the late 1700s, our descendents might think of this era as the Time of Bob Dylan, or maybe the Beatles Century, or even the Days of Stevie Wonder and Madonna. If...
  • 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...
  • Melvin Seals And JGB At Stafford Palace

    Melvin Seals And JGB At Stafford Palace
    Apart from original songs ("Deal," "They Love Each Other") he popularized with the Grateful Dead, the JGB was Jerry Garcia's outlet for performing eclectic, soul and gospel-tinged hits by songwriters he admired: Smokey Robinson, Bob Dylan, Jimmy Cliff,...
  • 'Sinatra: All or Nothing at All' a sympathetic look at singer

    'Sinatra: All or Nothing at All' a sympathetic look at singer
    Frank Sinatra, a singer from Hoboken, N.J., is the subject of "Sinatra: All or Nothing at All," a four-hour documentary airing in two parts Sunday and Monday on HBO. Fair enough. Among the ranks of male pop singers of the mid-20th century, Sinatra was...
  • For the record

    Health food companies: In the Jan. 17 Saturday section, an article about health food entrepreneurs described Ken Maeda as founder of the vegetarian Japanese food purveyor Souzai-ya. He is a co-founder. Bob Dylan: In the Feb. 9 Calendar section, a...
  • Even on a 'Detour,' Elvis Costello's aim still true

    Even on a 'Detour,' Elvis Costello's aim still true
    Elvis Costello stops in Orlando next week on his Detour Tour, an aptly named production for the man whose career of nearly 40 years has been filled with musical tangents. As both a songwriter and performer, Costello — real name Declan MacManus &#...
  • 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....
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

    Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week
    ┬áHere are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: - NICKELBACK Talk about a band with which the public has a love-hate relationship. Canadian rockers Nickelback sold 25 million copies of its eight studio albums in the U.S. alone — making it...
  • 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...
  • Rhiannon Giddens steps out with 'Tomorrow Is My Turn'

    Rhiannon Giddens steps out with 'Tomorrow Is My Turn'
    The debut solo album from Carolina Chocolate Drops singer Rhiannon Giddens, spotlighted in our year-end report on artists to watch in 2015, arrives Tuesday, and it is Giddens’ personalized salute to women artists who influenced her eclectic...
  • William Hauver: Rollins student juggled artistry, athleticism

    William Hauver: Rollins student juggled artistry, athleticism
    Rollins College associate professor of art Dana Hargrove was going to cancel her painting class on Wednesday. Instead, she brought cupcakes, and, turning on a Bob Dylan recording, announced: "[We are going to] paint our hearts out today." Then, as...