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  • Chicagoland Music Festival was true spectacle

    Chicagoland Music Festival was true spectacle
    Chicago music lovers counted down the days to August. The annual festival was a highlight of the year, one of the most popular tickets in the Midwest. The crowds streamed into the city and onto the lakefront, eager to see the dozens of new and popular...
  • Electronic dance music banned at Chicago club

    Electronic dance music banned at Chicago club
    Look elsewhere, electronic dance music fans—no matter what happens to the controversial Congress Theater, you won't be able to get your dance fix there. EDM shows have been banned from the now-shuttered Logan Square music venue as part of a "Plan...
  • The Hollywood Bowl's magicians of sound

     The Hollywood Bowl's magicians of sound
    When the issue of amplification came up at a Hollywood Bowl patrons' breakfast in 1935, one man strongly admonished the institution against attempting "to improve God's perfect handiwork." "So long as we are in charge there will be no mechanical devices...
  • Pacific Festival brings the rave to Newport Beach

    Pacific Festival brings the rave to Newport Beach
    Over the last decade, raves in L.A. have moved from decrepit warehouses and rural fields into enormous festivals booked by America’s largest concert promoters. Big, remote electronic dance music events once tinged with danger and adventure have...
  • REVIEW: Alan Jackson's show at Musikfest: Light on the gimmicks, heavy on the classic country

     
    Alan Jackson is a no-frills entertainer. His shows have always been light on the special effects and heavy on the music. Alan Jackson Photos by April Bartholomew/The Morning Call There are no pyrotechnics at a Jackson show. No spectacular entrance,......
  • Concert review: Allman Brothers Band blazes to the end at Scranton's Peach Festival

    At a time when some classic rock bands are marking milestone anniversaries by limping to the end of their careers, The Allman Brothers Band headlined its Peach Festival at The Pavilion at Montage in Scranton on Saturday as if it still had something to...
  • Setting Times stories to music: From Searchers to Jagwar Ma

    Setting Times stories to music: From Searchers to Jagwar Ma
    I just saw one of the Great Reads soundtrack bands, Jagwar Ma, at a quintessential Southern California spot: the Santa Monica Pier. Have you been to the Thursday night twilight concerts there? It’s an evening to make you smitten with Los Angeles....
  • 'Pretty Little Liars' Star Lucy Hale to Host VMA Red Carpet Pre-Show

    By Travis Reilly LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Actress and singer Lucy Hale will host the "MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show" on Aug. 24. The "Pretty Little Liars" star will work the red carpet alongside MTV hosts Sway and Christina Garibaldi. "Hosting this...
  • Week in music: FKA Twigs arrives, Kanye fires DJ, Ty Segall burns, more

    Week in music: FKA Twigs arrives, Kanye fires DJ, Ty Segall burns, more
    A week of tragic death, police crackdown, tear gas, drought and Magic!'s "Rude" as the No. 1 pop song in the country. Dog days indeed. Below, the week in music, along with a tip on some weekend melodic salve.  -- FKA Twigs officially arrived this...
  • Father, son bond over music; reunite for jazz concert

    Virtuoso violinist and Brazilian music pioneer and expert Ted Falcon has had several music mentors in his life, but none has a more special place in his heart than his father, Allentown guitarist Marvin Falcon. "I grew up listening to my dad give guitar...
  • 'Don Giovanni' launches Ravinia's Mozart mini-fest in high style

    'Don Giovanni' launches Ravinia's Mozart mini-fest in high style
    Can you have too much Mozart? The question is worth asking at a time when the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is closing out its summer residency at Ravinia with semistaged concert performances of two of the Mozart-Da Ponte operas, "Don Giovanni" and "The...