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  • Leon Russell & Little Feat Playing Shows at The Klein and the Capitol Theatre

    Leon Russell & Little Feat Playing Shows at The Klein and the Capitol Theatre
    Leon Russell left home at 17 to tour with Jerry Lee Lewis. He anchored George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh in 1971. Elton John loves him. Little Feat have played their own blend of New Orleans swamp boogie since 1969, and Jimmy Page once called them his favorite American band. They both play together on the same bill, twice this week: Friday at the Klein in Bridgeport and Tuesday at the Cap in Port Chester.
  • 'Kennedy Center Honors' - An American TV Treasure returns

    'Kennedy Center Honors' - An American TV Treasure returns
    "The Kennedy Center Honors" is one of the nation's great TV treasures. And while this year's show is a little uneven, the high points still make it one of my favorite TV viewing experiences of the year. Maybe you have to be a little older to...

    Style Matters: Gary Clark Jr. is new face for John Varvatos

    Style Matters: Gary Clark Jr. is new face for John Varvatos
    Guitar slinger and Austin native Gary Clark Jr. is one of the new faces of contemporary men’s lifestyle brand John Varvatos. For the brand’s spring 2013 campaign, Clark joins legendary musician Jimmy Page. The campaign ads were shot at the...

    The week in music: Irish punk, underground rap and a Zeppelin sequel

    The week in music: Irish punk, underground rap and a Zeppelin sequel
    St. Patrick's Day will come early to Revolution Live when Celtic-punk hooligans Flogging Molly take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The group has been seemingly dormant since releasing 2011's "Speed of Darkness," but its early-2000s slam-dance style still...

    Kennedy Center Honors: Still the greatest awards show

     
    The Kennedy Center Honors remain durable, involving and thoughtful. Can the Oscars or the Emmys make such a claim? You might not even know the honorees, but the 35th annual telecast makes a persuasive case for them in word, song and filmed profiles. How...