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  • Tatsu Aoki bridges East and West at MCA

    Tatsu Aoki bridges East and West at MCA
    Some of the most fiercely individualistic work in Chicago jazz has come from the cross-cultural sensibility of bassist-bandleader Tatsu Aoki. Bridging ancient folkloric traditions of his native Japan with ever-changing currents of the Chicago avant-...
  • Ryan Adams collected and still unpredictable at the Wiltern

     Ryan Adams collected and still unpredictable at the Wiltern
    For a good hour-and-a-half Wednesday night, it looked like the old Ryan Adams wasn't going to show. Then something went wrong with the sound system, and all of a sudden there he was: the tempestuous singer-songwriter once known as alt-country's enfant...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Dec. 21 'Jazz on Sundays' The Chesapeake Arts Center presents vocalist Kristin Callahan at 3 p.m. at 194 Hammonds Lane in Brooklyn Park. Tickets are $15, $13 for military with ID, $12 for seniors and center members and $10 for children 12 and...
  • Lennon's spirit lives in Orlando

    Lennon's spirit lives in Orlando
    Veteran Orlando musician, radio host and social activist Joseph Martens recently has been dividing his time between Central Florida and Nashville, Tenn., so it was worth wondering whether he'd have time to organize his annual John Lennon Tribute....
  • Noted violinist Lindsay Deutsch to solo at Allentown holiday concert

    Noted violinist Lindsay Deutsch to solo at Allentown holiday concert
    When the Lehigh Valley Junior String Philharmonic and the Young People's Philharmonic of the Lehigh Valley present their 39th annual holiday concert Dec. 21 at Miller Symphony Hall, they'll have a special guest as soloist. One could hardly find a better...
  • REVIEW: The Rascals' Felix Cavaliere finds right balance with Christmas show at Penn's Peak

    REVIEW: The Rascals' Felix Cavaliere finds right balance with Christmas show at Penn's Peak
    The biggest hurdle to a contemporary music act making a Christmas show work is balance. Too much Christmas, particularly if it’s not done well, and the audience wonders why they came. Too little Christmas and they wonder why it’s a holiday...
  • Take Five with Brian Bourne, Under the Covers singer

    Take Five with Brian Bourne, Under the Covers singer
    New Year's Eve is America's biggest party, and Brian Bourne is set to keep Baltimore's celebration going strong. The 34-year-old lead singer of the band Under the Covers said that after years of working their way up in the industry, they are excited for...
  • What's on your surgeon's playlist?

    When you're asleep in the operating room, your surgeon is most likely listening to music. But what kind of music and why? An article in the Christmas issue of the British Medical Journal sheds light on the matter by summing up research findings and...
  • Celebrating the holidays with jazz — on CDs, books and stage

    Celebrating the holidays with jazz — on CDs, books and stage
    Who says holiday music has to be treacle? In the hands of accomplished jazz musicians, familiar tunes become new, sugary ballads pick up spice and original compositions deepen our appreciation of the season. Certainly that's the case this year, with a...
  • Symphonia celebrates 10th anniversary season

    Symphonia celebrates 10th anniversary season
    "If you want to have a violin and string concert, there's nothing better than Bach and Vivaldi," said well-known violinist Mei Mei Luo. Luo will play Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" and Bach's Concerto for Two Violins, and for the first time under the baton of...
  • Concert review: Joe Bonamassa at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

    Concert review: Joe Bonamassa at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
    Times are tough for guitar gods, what with all the electronica, hip-hop and laptop-generated rock. So six-string deities -- even slightly flawed ones -- must be worshiped with the appropriate devotion. That was no problem on Tuesday, when guitar-slinger...