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  • U2's Bono injured while cycling, 'Tonight Show' gig delayed

    (Reuters) - U2 frontman Bono was injured while cycling in New York's Central Park, forcing a delay in the Irish rockers' return to "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," the band said on Sunday. U2 was scheduled to perform on "The Tonight Show" from...
  • Does Tortuga rank with world's best festivals?

    Does Tortuga rank with world's best festivals?
    Is Fort Lauderdale’s Tortuga Music Festival already one of the 300 best festivals in the world? The experts at Fest300 are trying to figure it out, with your help. The cultural website has compiled a list of 270 favorite festivals from around...
  • 'Broadway & Beyond' opens Dr. Phillips Center in grand style

    'Broadway & Beyond' opens Dr. Phillips Center in grand style
    "No theater is complete without an audience," actor Michael Urie said late in Saturday's opening performance at the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. At the rousing "Broadway & Beyond," an opening-night crowd estimated...
  • A searing account of Shostakovich's Fifth from Marin Alsop and BSO

    A searing account of Shostakovich's Fifth from Marin Alsop and BSO
    Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra served up a remarkably satisfying all-Russian program Thursday night at Meyerhoff Hall, capped by a brilliant account of the mighty Shostakovich Fifth. Conducting from memory, Alsop sculpted an...
  • Rare tour finds Stevie Wonder in rare form

    Rare tour finds Stevie Wonder in rare form
    It seems each generation discovers a new Stevie Wonder. In the early 1960s, he was the musical boy genius who at 13 became the youngest artist to ever have a No. 1 record, with "Fingertips — Part 1 & 2." In the later 1960s, he was the R&B artist...
  • Dylan songs come alive in Hollywood with New Basement Tapes group

    Dylan songs come alive in Hollywood with New Basement Tapes group
    How do you bring together five musicians, each with significant catalogs of their own, and put them on the same stage without a hint of raging ego or argument over who gets the spotlight? Easy. Just throw them some vintage, unreleased Bob Dylan songs to...
  • How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions

     How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions
    First came the national anthem played by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, then a resplendent fanfare by Richard Strauss. But when 22 brass players and a pair of timpanists proclaimed the opening of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Dec. 6, 1964, that...
  • Musical theater star John Davidson joins `Wicked' cast

    Veteran television and musical theater star John Davidson heads up a quartet of new performers joining the Broadway production of "Wicked" when the tour opens Nov. 26 in Norfolk's Chrysler Hall. Davidson is returning to the role of the Wizard after...
  • REVIEW: Dierks Bentley shows Sands Bethlehem Event Center crowd what he was thinkin'

    REVIEW: Dierks Bentley shows Sands Bethlehem Event Center crowd what he was thinkin'
    Dierks Bentley’s music is catchy enough to have given him 12 No. 1 songs (nine of them gold or platinum) in less than a dozen years and taken five of his last six albums to No. 1. But truth be told, it’s not extraordinarily different from much...
  • 'Musical gumbo': Soulstice Reb'L will host album release party at The Norva

    'Musical gumbo': Soulstice Reb'L will host album release party at The Norva
     The work is done, and now it's time for Soulstice Reb'L to play.  The Portsmouth-based quintet, which describes its eclectic grooves as "musical gumbo," will hold a release party for its album "Reb'Lution" at The Norva on Saturday night.  And after...
  • To remain relevant, Music Center aims to reflect all of Los Angeles

    To remain relevant, Music Center aims to reflect all of Los Angeles
    Jascha Heifetz playing Beethoven was the main attraction on the Music Center's opening night, Dec. 6, 1964. But before seeing the great violinist, concertgoers would have seen themselves, reflected in all their finery in the gigantic mirrors that line the...