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  • Diana Krall bringing songs of Dylan, McCartney to West Palm Beach and Miami

    Diana Krall bringing songs of Dylan, McCartney to West Palm Beach and Miami
    Singer-pianist Diana Krall wants to make one thing clear about "Wallflower": It's a pop album, not a jazz album. For her 12th album, released in February, Krall enlisted fellow British Columbian David Foster, a 16-time Grammy winner. Foster did the...
  • Jay Z enlists pop music's top stars to launch Tidal

    Jay Z enlists pop music's top stars to launch Tidal
    Today, Jay Z gave the signal to dozens of music's top artists, asking them to reveal their true colors in a campaign to deliver hidden, coded messages across the airwaves.  No, it's not an Illuminati takeover of pop music. It's the U.S. launch of Jay Z'...
  • This week's best events

    This week's best events
      Monday Will it be "Clark Gable Slept Here" at Zoetic Stage? Or "The Assassins," also at Zoetic Stage? Perhaps "Detroit" at Zoetic Stage? However things pan out at this year's Carbonell Awards, Monday night's 39th annual ceremony celebrating the best...
  • Ryley Walker's sprawling 'Primrose Green' takes the best from folk and jazz

    Ryley Walker's sprawling 'Primrose Green' takes the best from folk and jazz
    These days, the term “young folk artist” typically implies mountain-man affectations and cute ukuleles. Fortunately, that’s not the case with Ryley Walker. Rather than specializing in earnest, preciously strummed songs with copious...
  • The wonderful and winding road of John Mellencamp

    The wonderful and winding road of John Mellencamp
     John Mellencamp has had one of the most fascinating rock-and-roll career trajectories of my lifetime.  From his start as a pre-packaged bad boy teen idol to his current status as a middle-aged folk rock troubadour, he has transformed his sound, his...
  • Music Box: Don't be late for The Weight's show in D.C.

    Music Box: Don't be late for The Weight's show in D.C.
    If you missed them last night at Rams Head On Stage, head into the nation's capital to witness The Weight, a group of top shelf musicians who are former members of The Band in its later incarnations, including Jim Weider (who took the guitar reins from...
  • Folk icon Roger McGuinn still strumming

    Folk icon Roger McGuinn still strumming
    To follow the career of Roger McGuinn is to trace the history of folk music itself, at least in the modern era. The prolific singer-songwriter's career has taken him from Chicago coffeehouse stages in the 1950s to his best-known gig as lead singer of the...
  • All-star salute to Brian Wilson's music on March 30 in Hollywood

    All-star salute to Brian Wilson's music on March 30 in Hollywood
    Norah Jones, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino, She & Him’s M. Ward, the Killers’ Brandon Flowers, Boz Scaggs and Devendra Banhart are among a cross-generational musical cast...
  • Himmelman riding wave of latest CD

    Grammy- and Emmy-nominated singer-songwriter Peter Himmelman says he gives his all in every show, but jokes that perhaps a bit more planning and preparation has gone into Saturday's concert at North Suburban Synagogue Beth El at 8:30 p.m. It might...
  • In 'Seymour,' Ethan Hawke and Seymour Bernstein as creative odd couple

    In 'Seymour,' Ethan Hawke and Seymour Bernstein as creative odd couple
    This past award season saw “Boyhood” star Ethan Hawke talking about universal human concerns in press appearances that — as he liked to joke — had him “playing Richard Linklater." It turns out Hawke had also quietly been...
  • Madonna and a cruel fact of life

    Madonna and a cruel fact of life
    Madonna has been dissed, and she is not happy. The 56-year-old proclaimed Queen of Pop, with more record sales than any woman in history, received a distinctly unroyal reception by the British radio station BBC Radio 1, which recently banished her...