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  • Seven Design Maximizes Huge Acts By Letting Stars Shine

    He can laugh about it now, but Seven Design Works co-founder LeRoy Bennett's career as a stage designer got off to a precarious start. It was 1980 and a very exacting Prince hired Bennett to design his tour. "I worked very hard to make that show for him,...
  • Aloe Blacc has finally stopped being That Guy

    Aloe Blacc has finally stopped being That Guy
    Folk-soul singer Aloe Blacc has been making albums since 2006, but until this year, he's been That Guy: the one you can't place, the one with a minor hit ("I Need a Dollar") you keep hearing in commercials, the one you keep confusing with other...
  • Concert review: Bruno Mars in Tinley Park

    Concert review: Bruno Mars in Tinley Park
    “You’re amazing,” Bruno Mars crooned, “just the way you are.” Mars’ set-closing ballad Friday at the jam-packed First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre in Tinley Park had row upon row of fans swaying and singing along with...
  • 'Frozen' Takes Back No. 1 Chart Slot

    Continuing to roll off its B.O. success, Disney's "Frozen" soundtrack re-took the No. 1 slot on the U.S. album chart for a fifth non-consecutive week. The companion to the big-screen smash ($384.3 domestic gross to date) claimed the apex with an 89,000-...
  • Karen O Joins Pharrell, Idina Menzel, U2 for Oscar Telecast

    Oscar's musical pieces are falling in place, as all the kudocast performers have been confirmed for the four nominated songs, while details were unveiled for the annual pre-Oscar concert that salutes musical-score contenders. The Academy of Motion...
  • Guild of Music Supervisors Announces Noms for Fourth Annual Event

    It's clear from the nominations for its fourth annual awards event, the Guild of Music Supervisors is leaving no stone unturned, having added yet another category (for documentaries), for a total of 14, up from four in its first year. As many as 77...
  • Voices Behind the Animation Add Extra Dimension

    Animated films may dazzle with feats of artistic achievement, but it takes the voices of actors working in relative solitude in a sound booth to give the characters and the stories real depth. The process can take years of sporadic recording, and the...
  • Trombone Shorty, Janelle Monae restore faith in the halftime show

    Trombone Shorty, Janelle Monae restore faith in the halftime show
    When it comes to the intersection of pop music and sports, this winter has been an especially cold one. We had Bruno Mars' Super Bowl halftime show -- an able yet professional jukebox-style nod to greater heights achieved by past rhythm-and-blues...
  • Eric Church, locals Glitch Mob have strong chart debuts

    Eric Church, locals Glitch Mob have strong chart debuts
    With the title cut of his latest album, country star Eric Church proclaims himself one of "The Outsiders," but he's definitely among the in-crowd now. "The Outsiders" cruises to the No. 1 spot on the U.S. pop charts, having sold 288,000 copies in its...
  • Beatles Boom on SoundScan Chart After 50th Anniversary Special

    The rebirth of Beatlemania and the fourth studio album from country singer Eric Church supplied some much-needed lift to the U.S. album chart last week. The Beatles' catalog received an enormous lift in the week following the Feb. 9 CBS special...
  • Arctic Monkeys win album, group prizes at U.K.'s Brit Awards

    They recently moved to America, but Arctic Monkeys have lost no love at home. The English garage-rock foursome's "AM" was named album of the year Wednesday at the Brit Awards in London, beating out discs by David Bowie, Disclosure, Rudimental and...