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  • Singer-songwriter J.J. Cale dead at 74

    J.J. Cale, the songwriter behind Eric Clapton classics such as “Cocaine” and “After Midnight,” died Friday at the age of 74. The singer-songwriter's official website confirmed Cale passed away at Scripps Hospital in La Jolla...
  • Atlanta Rhythm Section at Mardi Gras Tuesday

    Atlanta Rhythm Section at Mardi Gras Tuesday
    The Atlanta Rhythm Section comes to the Mardi Gras Casino grandstand at 8 p.m. Tuesday, with fireworks following.  Tickets are $10 for general admission, $20 for premium seating and $60 for VIP in advance. It's $10 more on the day of the concert.  All...
  • Deap Vally is empowering women through music

    Deap Vally is empowering women through music
    The two women of Deap Vally are really bummed out by the idea of a walk of shame. You know, the ritualistic morning skulk back home after hooking up with someone you probably won't call again. They're not torn up about the hookup part, though. It's...
  • The Road-Weathered Allman Brothers Band Make Their Way Back Through The Northeast

    The Road-Weathered Allman Brothers Band Make Their Way Back Through The Northeast
    In the ’70s, the Allman Brothers got branded with the Southern Rock iron — the arguably unfortunate subgenre of music they created — by a callous music industry indifferent to subtlety, even if their own music sounded nothing like the...
  • Your 2013 guide to street festivals

    Your 2013 guide to street festivals
    Not long ago, going to a Chicago street festival usually meant settling for '80s cover bands, greasy food and ordinary beverages. That was then. Paralleling the grass-roots evolution of the city's dining and brewing scenes, summer get-togethers have...
  • Local Q&A: The-Drum

    Local Q&A: The-Drum
    There have been times when neighbors sharing a Pilsen apartment building with Brandon Boom and Jeremiah Chrome thought they were living next door to one of NASA's experimental laboratories. The rising production duo, collectively known as the-Drum,...
  • Jackie Scott, recovering from surgery, reschedules her Hampton Block Party gig

    Jackie Scott, recovering from surgery, reschedules her Hampton Block Party gig
    Organizers of the Hampton Block Party have made a change to the entertainment for Saturday's season launch. Blues singer Jackie Scott has been replaced by Blues Empacts, Mojo Collins and Herbie D and the Dangermen. Scott had to reschedule her...
  • Tortuga Music Festival rocks Fort Lauderdale beach

    Tortuga Music Festival rocks Fort Lauderdale beach
    No shoes, no shirt, no problem. That's a Kenny Chesney song, but it may as well have served as the collective mantra for the rain-soaked first-day festivities Saturday at the Tortuga Music Festival at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park. It's no problem for...
  • A Swift kick in the concert scene

    A Swift kick in the concert scene
    The blues will cease in Boca Raton Sunday night, at least temporarily, as today marks the end of the Funky Biscuit's Biscuit Fest. Closing-night performances include local singer-guitarist Albert Castiglia and newly formed trio Southern Hospitality, which...
  • Lauderdale's Tortuga Music Festival partners big stars and conservation

    Lauderdale's Tortuga Music Festival partners big stars and conservation
    When the inaugural Tortuga Music Festival puts its world-class lineup of country, rock and reggae acts in front of more than 25,000 fans on Fort Lauderdale beach next month, the big draw will be Grammy-winning headliner Kenny Chesney. But it is two...
  • Beyond sand and surf, it's the local touches that define Florida beaches

    Beyond sand and surf, it's the local touches that define Florida beaches
    There's more to a beach vacation than sand and surf. Distilled to those basic elements, every Florida beach getaway might seem the same. Yet there are also infinite variables that imprint distinct personalities to stretches of the state's 1,250 miles...