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  • Lady Antebellum escapes the Grammy spectacle unscathed

     
    With three hours of largely nonstop performances from today's top-charting artists, the 52nd annual Grammy Awards tallied a ratings winner, with sister blog Company Town earlier reporting that the show reached its biggest audience since 2004. The likes of...
  • Pop divas take center stage at the Grammys

     
    It was without a doubt ladies' night at Sunday's Grammy Awards. The three-plus hour telecast was largely promoted with a much-ballyhooed 3-D Michael Jackson tribute, that was yawn inducing compared with show-stopping performances from a hair swinging...
  • A dozen Grammy performances to make their way to iTunes

     
    With only 10 awards given out on its 3½-hour telecast, it's hard to deny that the Grammys are all about the live performance. This year, the Recording Academy and iTunes will attempt to turn the telecast's one-of-a-kind artist pairings and......
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' results: Eight minus Kate

     
    Well, it finally happened. After making it through five weeks at or near the bottom of the ballroom dancing scoreboard, mother of eight Kate Gosselin ended up with the lowest combined total of points and was ousted from the “Dancing......
  • Live: Maxwell and Jill Scott at Staples Center

     
    What do "real music" and meaningful sex have in common? Everything, it seemed, for the committed couples and best-girlfriend clusters who filled Staples Center on Saturday night to enjoy the R&B grooves of Maxwell and Jill Scott. The two singers......
  • Erykah Badu offers an unapologetic 'window seat' to her soul

     
    Erykah Badu has never been afraid to express herself. Since releasing her debut, “Baduizm,” more than 13 years ago, the Dallas native has found new, creative -- though sometimes controversial -- ways of expression. From donning head wraps as towering....
  • Alan Bruun on his Mad Cow days: ‘Fun, rewarding’

     
    After 13 years with Mad Cow Theatre, artistic director Alan Bruun is moving on. “It’s an idea whose time had come, both for me and the theater,” he says, sitting in the theater where he’s directing Macbeth, Mad Cow’s 100th pr...
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominations: Who should get in? Who got overlooked?

     
    I've already expounded on this year's long list of nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame -- many of which have been up for the honor before. I neglected, however, to play the game every music nerd will......
  • Bilal breaks the dollar, headlines Echoplex Thursday night

     
    Bilal is your favorite rapper's favorite ringer. He's the hookman extraordinaire called in at the last minute to make the songs sound silkier than these guys -- who admittedly were extraordinarily silky. In 2001, the Philadelphia-raised, New York-city...
  • El DeBarge gets a second chance after drug problems, releases first album in 16 years

     
    When El DeBarge walked onstage late last month at Gibson Amphitheatre, he was met with a fury of applause and catcalls from the predominantly female audience. He basked in the moment, his gray and scarlet suit aglow in the spotlight......
  • Album review: R. Kelly's 'Love Letter'

     
    In all the tumult surrounding R. Kelly -- his sex scandals, his court debacles, his way with a vegetable-as-romantic-stand-in metaphor -- one thing often gets lost. The man can sing. On recent albums, that fact got lost behind his daffy......