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  • Bowie a pop hit for MCA, which ponders what's next

    Bowie a pop hit for MCA, which ponders what's next
    The Museum of Contemporary Art's blockbuster "David Bowie Is" exhibit closes Sunday and, therefore, you have only a handful of days left to experience the following uncommon phenomena: packed MCA galleries. Moreover, because the show was designed to...
  • Johns Hopkins lacrosse player Jeremy Huber was passionate about music, mother says

    Johns Hopkins lacrosse player Jeremy Huber was passionate about music, mother says
    Next to his love for lacrosse, one of Jeremy Huber's passions was music. He had played the piano since second grade, enjoyed music from a dizzying array of genres and aced an exam in a music course this month at Johns Hopkins University. "He just took...
  • Former Dire Straits guitarist Mark Knopfler hits the road and lands in Vegas

    Former Dire Straits guitarist Mark Knopfler hits the road and lands in Vegas
    Fans of guitarist Mark Knopfler will have a single night to see him perform when he comes to Las Vegas on Sept. 16. The former lead guitarist and songwriter for 1970s band Dire Straits hits the road in support of his upcoming eighth solo album "Tracker,...
  • Sly Stone is awarded $5 million in lawsuit over unpaid royalties

    Sly Stone is awarded $5 million in lawsuit over unpaid royalties
    In the 1960s and '70s, Sly Stone was one of funk and soul music's most hopeful figures. He penned incandescent, era-defining singles like "Everyday People" and "Stand!" while leading the Family Stone, one of the era's most inventive and accomplished...
  • Martin Scorsese documentary on President Clinton stalled

    Martin Scorsese documentary on President Clinton stalled
    A director likes to be in control -- it’s basically in the job description. The same could be said for a politician, particularly one who’s been leader of the free world. Put the two together on one project and, well, there’s no...
  • The secret Sinatra past of Bob Dylan's new album

    The secret Sinatra past of Bob Dylan's new album
    Bob Dylan has a new album coming out Feb. 3, "Shadows in the Night," a collection of pop songs about romance, heartbreak and other existential themes written by other songwriters. But whatever you call this labor-of-love project, there's one thing Bob...
  • Bravery, self-exposure and the precision of words

    Bravery, self-exposure and the precision of words
    Last week, under the influence (perhaps) of George Orwell, I posted on Facebook my desire to strike the word “brave” from the lexicon. The post was partly tongue in cheek and partly not; I admire bravery, but also think the word is widely...
  • Bob Dylan's 'Shadows in the Night' album illuminates American standards

    Bob Dylan's 'Shadows in the Night' album illuminates American standards
    Call them standards if you must — imagine dusty old classics of the so-called Great American Songbook. But as interpreted by Bob Dylan, more accurate is to consider the entirety of "Shadows in the Night" as a gathering of meditations, or a booklet...
  • Rock impresario Bill Graham gets first major career exhibition

    Rock impresario Bill Graham gets first major career exhibition
    The life and career of rock promoter Bill Graham will be explored in depth in an exhibition coming to the Skirball Cultural Center in May and running through Oct. 11. Graham was a central figure in the evolution of rock music’s path out of clubs...
  • REVIEW: Andrew McMahon at Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater is the best of his generation, and it's time he gets credit

    REVIEW: Andrew McMahon at Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater is the best of his generation, and it's time he gets credit
    In a time when hit music has become homogenized drivel with lyrics reduced to repeated words and stuttered segments, Andrew McMahon has become the Bob Dylan of a new generation. His songs have an air of emotion, with music that conveys feeling in...
  • Jim Weider, coming to Bethlehem, keeps The Band's music alive

    In a career that has spanned more than 35 years, guitarist Jim Weider has played and recorded with such iconic artists as The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards, The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, Dr. John and Graham Parker. Most prominent in Weider's career was...