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  • Faith No More with new 'Sol Invictus' album: 'We can do anything we want'

    Faith No More with new 'Sol Invictus' album: 'We can do anything we want'
    When the members of Faith No More took the stage of the Wiltern for the first of three concerts last month, they didn't warm up the crowd with one of their old hits. Instead, the reunited hard-rock band opened with a new song from an album that hadn't...
  • Lava Festival: 10 hours of music, and a big success

    Lava Festival: 10 hours of music, and a big success
     What wasn't to like about the inaugural Lava Music Festival, held Saturday on the grounds of Suffolk Executive Airport?  The festival delivered more than 10 hours of music, utilizing two stages so that none of the acts overlapped - an energetic fan...
  • Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks kicks off season with James Supra Band preview that's 'the best thing ever'

    Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks kicks off season with James Supra Band preview that's 'the best thing ever'
    When the Levitt Pavilion Steelstacks season opened with a preview concert by James Supra Band on Friday, its started with a wisp of rain falling on the lawn in front of the stage on the South Bethlehem campus. But soon the weather cleared, as if the way...
  • Rock in Rio is not for the Coachella crowd, but it works for Vegas

    Rock in Rio is not for the Coachella crowd, but it works for Vegas
    Nothing is sacred in Las Vegas, not even a serenade by the beloved Ed Sheeran, who played the main stage Friday night at the Rock in Rio festival. His early moments on stage were meant to be tender ones: just the singer, his guitar and plenty of warm...
  • Tame Impala brings soul and groove to Riviera

    Tame Impala brings soul and groove to Riviera
    Tame Impala’s third album isn’t due out for another two months, but the band’s mover and shaker, singer-guitarist Kevin Parker, couldn’t wait that long. He got right down to it Friday at the sold-out Riviera, diving into a...
  • Review: Israeli Jazz & World Music Festival

    Review: Israeli Jazz & World Music Festival
    Some jazz musicians don't wish to invent new musical languages, redefine prevailing idioms or invent novel concepts. Instead, they choose to revel in established forms, conveying as much joyousness of spirit to as wide an audience as possible. Which...
  • For first time in years, major US orchestra performs in Cuba

    The Minnesota Orchestra played to a sold-out house Friday night in the first performance in Cuba by a full professional U.S. orchestra since 1999, coming just months after the two Cold War rivals announced a thaw in relations. Few of the visiting...
  • 'Blues can never die': B.B. King reigned but music lives on

    B.B. King believed anyone could play the blues, and that "as long as people have problems, the blues can never die." But no one could play the blues like B.B. King, who died Thursday night at age 89 in Las Vegas, where he had been in hospice care....
  • Blues legend leaves indelible memories on and off stage

    Blues legend leaves indelible memories on and off stage
    The last time I heard B.B. King, at the Ravinia Festival in 2006, rumors were swirling that the 80-year-old legend was about to retire. But all you had to do was take one look at him to realize he wasn't going to give up proselytizing for the blues so...
  • 'King of the Blues' B.B. King dead at 89 at home in Vegas

    B.B. King, whose scorching guitar licks and heartfelt vocals made him the idol of generations of musicians and fans while earning him the nickname King of the Blues, died late Thursday at home in Las Vegas. He was 89. King's attorney Arthur Williams Jr....
  • Bethlehem's Celtic Classic books punk, rock, folk bands

    Bethlehem's Celtic Classic books punk, rock, folk bands
    Rising Pittsburgh Celtic punk band Bastard Bearded Irishmen, Canadian Celtic rockers Mudmen and high-energy folk band The Fretless will lead 27 music and dance acts at this year's Celtic Classic festival in Bethlehem, organizers announced Friday. Also...