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  • Elgin Symphony Orchestra promises emotional season finale

    Elgin Symphony Orchestra promises emotional season finale
    The music will stir the senses. "People can expect an absolutely emotionally overwhelming experience," Maestro Andrew Grams said. The Elgin Symphony Orchestra will present its last concert of the season, "Season Finale: Full Sound… Full Joy,"...
  • Stagecoach 2015: Steve Earle on country music's maverick tradition

    Stagecoach 2015: Steve Earle on country music's maverick tradition
    This year's edition of Stagecoach was Texas maverick singer and songwriter Steve Earle's first appearance at the sprawling country music festival in Indio, with a set that dipped into his latest album, “Terraplane Blues,” as well as going back...
  • Should L.A. really manage the Greek Theatre?

    Should L.A. really manage the Greek Theatre?
    The city of Los Angeles, which has enough problems getting the streets paved and the trash picked up, may now be getting into the concert business. Earlier this month, after a nasty, political fight over which of two entertainment giants should be awarded...
  • Bethlehem Bach Festival 're-imagined' for 108th year

    The music of J.S. Bach invites innovation and experimentation like that of no other composer. No matter how many times we hear his music performed, there always is something new to learn and something different to listen for. So it is with the 108th...
  • Allentown's Jazzfest: A soundtrack for the city's renaissance

    Allentown's Jazzfest: A soundtrack for the city's renaissance
    The way Bryan Tuk sees it, Allentown's new JazzFest could never have happened without the makeover of the city's downtown in the past year. The new six-day, 16-performance, eight-venue celebration of America's indigenous music form, which kicks off...
  • Jazz Fest in New Orleans steps into high gear with The Who

    The Who, the iconic British rock band led by singer and guitar player Pete Townshend, took center stage at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on a wet and stormy Saturday. The Who is performing for the first time at Jazz Fest. This year's fest is...
  • New Orleans native Luke James makes Jazz Fest debut

    R&B heartthrob Luke James gets a rare opportunity to shine before his home crowd Saturday when he performs — for the first time — at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. "This festival was definitely on my bucket list," James said in...
  • Stagecoach 2015: With a new booker, festival attendance up 18%

    Stagecoach 2015: With a new booker, festival attendance up 18%
    The biggest difference immediately apparent at Friday’s opening day of the 2015 Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indio is just how much bigger it's gotten. By the time headliner Tim McGraw took the Mane Stage following performances by nearly...
  • Stage Review: Ira Gershwin, a lyricist of note

    Stage Review: Ira Gershwin, a lyricist of note
    Ira Gershwin, older brother of celebrated composer George, wasn’t one for the limelight, despite his Pulitzer Prize-winning, decades-long success as one of the pillars of the great American Songbook. In “Words By Ira Gershwin,” a...
  • Guilford's Nick Fradiani Gains Top 5 On 'Idol,' Ticket To Summer Tour

    Guilford's Nick Fradiani Gains Top 5 On 'Idol,' Ticket To Summer Tour
    It's official: Nick Fradiani is going on the road this summer. The Guilford singer made the Top 5 on "American Idol" on Wednesday night and secured a spot in the TV show's annual nationwide tour, which will start in Clearwater, Fla., on July 7 and end...
  • Jerry Seinfeld to be Musikfest's first comic headliner

    Jerry Seinfeld to be Musikfest's first comic headliner
    There's going to be something funny about Musikfest's main stage this year. Jerry Seinfeld, regarded as one of the greatest and most successful comedians, will headline the Bethlehem festival's main SteelStage on Aug. 10, organizers announced Wednesday....