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  • Taj Mahal Continues His Mission Of Global Music

    Taj Mahal Continues His Mission Of Global Music
    It's hard to believe, but Taj Mahal has been around long enough to have a listing — squeezed between Mad River and Mamas and the Papas — in Lillian Roxon's seminal 1969 Rock Encyclopedia. Harder to believe that, every year, his name never...
  • Jolin Tsai, Eason Chan, A-Mei win at Golden Melody Awards

    Jolin Tsai was the big winner at the Golden Melody Awards, honoring some of the biggest names in Asian music. The Taiwanese pop star, nominated in seven categories, won three awards for best Mandarin album for "Play," best vocal recording album and...
  • Lehigh River Blues Jam: A decade of building the blues in Catasauqua

    Lehigh River Blues Jam: A decade of building the blues in Catasauqua
    The Lehigh River Blues Jam has humble origins. Catasauqua built a new band shell at its Municipal Park and was looking for a way to use it. So in 2006 borough officials asked Bev Conklin to pull together a local festival. Conklin, a blues singer, is a...
  • Ex-Train members revisit their Newport days with Lido Live concert Saturday

    Ex-Train members revisit their Newport days with Lido Live concert Saturday
    The rock-star guitar player dressed in tight denim, suede boots and colored sunglasses brushed past empty lunch tables and rows of lockers, reminiscing about the first venue he played during his rise to stardom. It was no stadium, arena or amphitheater....
  • James Horner dies at 61; film composer won 2 Oscars, 6 Grammys

    James Horner dies at 61; film composer won 2 Oscars, 6 Grammys
    When James Horner was working on "Field of Dreams," the 1989 baseball classic starring Kevin Costner, lawyers for Universal Pictures called the composer asking him to send in the film's music. There was only one problem: Horner hadn't written any of...
  • Plácido Domingo, the king of opera, heads to Las Vegas for Mexican Independence Day

    Plácido Domingo, the king of opera, heads to Las Vegas for Mexican Independence Day
    One of the world's most renowned tenors will visit Las Vegas to help celebrate Mexican Independence Day.  Placido Domingo, opera star, conductor and director of the Los Angeles Opera, will perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Tuesday, Sept. 15. ...
  • Jason named Grammy music educator award quarterfinalist

    Brandi Jason, an instrumental music teacher at Liberty High School, has been named a quarterfinalist for the 2016 GRAMMY Music Educator Award. A total of 213 music teachers from 194 cities and 42 states have been announced as quarterfinalists for the...
  • Jazz favorites join annual Newport festival this weekend

    Jazz favorites join annual Newport festival this weekend
    Thousands of jazz enthusiasts are expected to stake out spots and lounge under the sun at the annual Hyatt Regency Newport Beach Jazz Festival this weekend. The three-day outdoor music celebration will bring family, friends and mainstream jazz artists...
  • The Roots, R&B star Miguel, Jennifer Nettles to headline Philadelphia's free Fourth of July concert

    The Roots, R&B star Miguel, Jennifer Nettles to headline Philadelphia's free Fourth of July concert
    “Tonight Show” band The Roots, Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Miguel and Jennifer Nettles of chart-topping country group Sugarland will headline Philadelphia’s free Welcome America concert on the Fourth of July, the city’s Mayor...
  • Weird Al Yankovic, coming to Bethlehem, isn't just the comeback kid

    Weird Al Yankovic, coming to Bethlehem, isn't just the comeback kid
    "Every time I put out an album," says Weird Al Yankovic, "people call it a comeback." Known for his parodies of pop songs like Michael Jackson's "Beat It" (which he remade as "Eat It") and Chamillionaire's "Ridin' " ("White & Nerdy"), the singer adds that...
  • The Flaming Lips to headline Musikfest's opening night

    Grammy Award-winning alt-rockers The Flaming Lips will play opening night at Bethlehem's Musikfest, organizers announced Thursday. The announcement completes Musikfest's 10-act main stage lineup for 2015. The group will headline the main Steel Stage...