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  • Navy is ready to strike up the band

    Navy is ready to strike up the band
    The United States Navy Band will be performing in Coral Springs and Hollywood as part of a 32 city tour in six states The Navy wants you — at least to hear them sing. The United States Navy Band will be performing in Coral Springs and Hollywood as...
  • TICKET BOX: Hall and Oates at Allentown's PPL Center, Tony Bennett at Easton's State Theatre, Mary Lambert at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem are among 45 new shows

    TICKET BOX: Hall and Oates at Allentown's PPL Center, Tony Bennett at Easton's State Theatre, Mary Lambert at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem are among 45 new shows
    Welcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. Hall and Oates at Allentown's PPL Center, Tony Bennett at Easton's State Theatre and Mary lambert at Musikfest Cafe at ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem are among 45 shows for which...
  • Frets and forklifts: Country singer Tricia Freeman's dual work life

     Frets and forklifts: Country singer Tricia Freeman's dual work life
    She's a forklift driver by day and a country singer at night. Tricia Freeman, 60, is strumming a few notes on her guitar before she sings for seated listeners at Newport Beach's 21 Oceanfront restaurant on a Tuesday night. The blonde singer, dressed...
  • Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra to perform at library

    A romance-themed string set highlighting works from Beethoven and from the movie "Beauty and the Beast" will fill the Lincolnwood Public Library with classical music during a free concert in March. The Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra will perform the hour-...
  • Va Stage presents 'The Taming of the Shrew'

    In the theater in Shakespeare's time, most female roles were played by young men. Director Patrick Mullins had other notions in mind when he cast the Virginia Stage Company's current production of "The Taming of the Shrew." In his gender-tossed version,...
  • East Winds Quartet plays lost marches

    East Winds Quartet plays lost marches
    Six marches that haven't been heard in more than 150 years and a wind arrangement of a Mozart string quartet not performed since 1815 are the highlights of a concert by the East Winds Quintet March 1 at Zoellner Arts Center in Bethlehem. The marches...
  • New music and a free show from The Last Bison

    New music and a free show from The Last Bison
    Here is a problem that every band wishes it had: Too much good music to fit on one CD. The Last Bison had a simple solution. Barely six months after the release of their outstanding 2014 album "VA," the six-piece Americana group from Chesapeake is...
  • Tortuga Music Festival 2015 adds Doobie Brothers

    Tortuga Music Festival 2015 adds Doobie Brothers
    Add the Doobie Brothers to the long list of acts performing on Fort Lauderdale beach when the Tortuga Music Festival 2015 returns April 11-12. The classic-rock icons, who played the Pompano Beach Amphitheater Wednesday night, join headliners Kenny...
  • Above & Beyond: The music, the lights and the total experience

    Above & Beyond: The music, the lights and the total experience
     Above & Beyond puts on a stage show that goes, well, above and beyond what most bands would even attempt.  The British electronic trio has spent the past 15 years crafting infectioius progressive grooves and then bringing them to spectacular life...
  • 'The Legend of Zelda' gets an orchestral treatment at the Venetian in June

    'The Legend of Zelda' gets an orchestral treatment at the Venetian in June
    Gaming and the symphony come together when Nintendo’s “The Legend of Zelda” concert series makes a stop in Las Vegas in June. The “Master Quest” show celebrates the 28-year-old video game franchise with the Las Vegas...
  • Towson University grad Brandon Broady hosting new BET series

    Towson University grad Brandon Broady hosting new BET series
    Brandon Broady has appeared on "The Wire" and in the first two "Step Up" films, opened for comedians Cedric the Entertainer and Donnell Rawlings and has created several popular song spoofs under the name "Para-Deez." And now he's hosting his own show....