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  • VMAs have no rhythm

    On Sunday, as television's family hour gave way to raunchy prime time, a strange thing happened in living rooms across America. Britney Spears appeared on the annual MTV Video Music Awards in a sparkly black bikini, but the real disturbance developed...
  • Usher rocks Friday night on VH1

    Few things are more satisfying than having networks that are (supposedly) devoted to music get all excited when they actually dedicate time to, you know, music. And such is the case with VH1's "Friday Night Alright" concert series airing, you guessed it,...
  • The path to success is no longer labeled

    The path to success is no longer labeled
    One in a series of occasional articles The Troubadour, awash on a recent night in indigo light and chiming guitars, doesn't look all that different than it did in the 1970s, when music history plugged in to the club's stage amps and earned the tiny...
  • Checking in with Linkin Park

    Checking in with Linkin Park
    Linkin Park has been around for 12 years now, but it was only last year that it made what has been hailed as its best album. On Thursday, the veteran band will perform at Verizon Center as part of its "A Thousand Suns" tour, which recently completed...
  • Album review: Dead by Sunrise's 'Out of Ashes'

     
    The best thing about Linkin Park's last album, "Minutes to Midnight," was how deftly it cleaved off the band's rap-rock stereotypes. Chester Bennington dialed down his caterwauling, and the songs were rooted in lighters-up emo tinged with snappy, heavy...
  • How to be a rock star: Moving beyond the labels

     
    The Troubadour, awash on a recent night in indigo light and chiming guitars, doesn't look all that different than it did in the 1970s, when music history plugged in to the club's stage amps and earned the tiny West Hollywood venue the audacity to...
  • 'The Good Wife': Coming home and 'Going Rogue'

     
    Let me just start by saying: It feels good to be home. After weeks of being lulled into a stupor watching Norwegian men in garish pants furiously Swiffering large sheets of ice, I for one was ready to get back......
  • Widening the Coachella tent: Jay-Z, the uniter

     
    The plan was to rock the mike, not cause an identity crisis.In 2008, when Jay-Z was named as a headlining act for Britain's fiercely rock-centric Glastonbury Festival -- a first for any hip-hop performer, let alone one of rap's epochal superstars -- the...
  • Coachella 2010: Jay-Z runs this town

     
    As the first straight-up hip-hop headliner in Coachella's freewheeling, 11-year history, Jay-Z's set Friday night can be summed up in three words (with all due respect to Julius Caesar): veni vidi vici. Young Jigga came, he saw and he conquered......
  • Students protest UCLA’s choice of commencement speaker -- again

     
    Man, UCLA sure is a tough gig. LA Weekly reports that for the second year in a row, students are protesting the school's commencement speaker. Last year, they complained that actor James Franco had not accomplished enough to be a......
  • Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: L.A. or Fla.?

     
    During my recent interview with rocker Tom Petty for a profile that will appear in Friday’s Calendar, I asked him about his decision in the 1970s to leave his home turf in Florida and relocate to Los Angeles in search......