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  • Vox Audio to perform concert to benefit East Ridge High theater

    Vox Audio to perform concert to benefit East Ridge High theater
    CLERMONT— Money, money, money. That's what's needed to update East Ridge High School's 485-seat theater. So far, $2,500 has been raised for a new sound system and lighting, which will cost $15,000 to $25,000 to replace, theater director Vince...
  • Conciertos y eventos culturales

    Conciertos y eventos culturales
    MÚSICA GOV'T MULE FECHA: 10 de octubre LUGAR: Fillmore 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach HORA: 8:30 p.m. BOLETOS: $36.50-$60.50 XII FESTIVAL DE MÚSICA Y DANZA FOLCÓRICO ANDINO FECHA: 12 de octubre LUGAR: Aventura Arts & Cultural Center...
  • Petty & Co. prove 'Hypnotic' and historic

     Petty & Co. prove 'Hypnotic' and historic
    You knew you were in the company of proud rock geeks from the first notes of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' show Tuesday at the Honda Center in Anaheim. The band dived headlong into the Byrds' "So You Want to Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star," whose recipe for...
  • Country music's Hunter Hayes goes "pop-western" for Britain

    By Holly Rubenstein LONDON, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Hunter Hayes's blend of country infused with a dash of rock has made him a four-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum seller in the United States, but for his British launch his pop credentials are being...
  • Dave Rawlings Machine and John Paul Jones stay true to roots

    Dave Rawlings Machine and John Paul Jones stay true to roots
    Dave Rawlings waited until the final moments of his concert Monday night to introduce his mandolin player — which wouldn't have seemed surprising if the guy in question hadn't been a world-famous rock star. That's a reasonable way to describe John...
  • Pauly Cohen: At a spry 92, blowing his own horn

    Pauly Cohen: At a spry 92, blowing his own horn
    Pauly Cohen, the relentlessly upbeat and energetic jazz trumpeter and bandleader from Tamarac, will have a new album in his hands when he arrives for his gig in downtown Miami Wednesday evening. Not bad for 92. The Brooklyn-born Cohen, who has shared...
  • Le Salon de Musiques continues to embrace intimacy

    Le Salon de Musiques continues to embrace intimacy
    Now entering its fifth season, Le Salon de Musiques remains a charming oddity on the Los Angeles music scene -- a chamber series that insists on the 18th century tradition of physical proximity between audience and performer, while exploring lesser-...
  • KCO ensemble takes first international tour

    KCO ensemble takes first international tour
    Klezmer Company Orchestra (KCO), the professional ensemble-in-residence at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Libraries in Boca Raton, is home from its first international tour — which took band members to Canada for performances at Toronto's...
  • Judas Priest singer Rob Halford, set to play PPL Center, says he feels a connection with Allentown

    Judas Priest singer Rob Halford, set to play PPL Center, says he feels a connection with Allentown
    The lead singer of Judas Priest, which Oct. 15 plays Allentown’s PPL Center, says he not only has an affinity for the Queen City, but a social connection to it, he says. Rob Halford, so considered one of the most powerful singers in rock that he&...
  • Muti, CSO prepare for latest sweep through culture capitals of Europe

     Muti, CSO prepare for latest sweep through culture capitals of Europe
    If it's Monday, it must be Warsaw. That's the day, less than two weeks away, when the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is scheduled to begin its fifth European tour under the direction of music director Riccardo Muti. Squeezing concentrated foreign tours...
  • Singer Morrissey reveals treatments for cancerous tissues

    Singer Morrissey reveals treatments for cancerous tissues
    MADRID (Reuters) - British singer Morrissey, who has had to cancel tours in recent years because of ill health, has said in an interview that he received several treatments to remove cancerous tissues. The former frontman for alternative rock band The...