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  • Rolling Stones headed to the Citrus Bowl

    Rolling Stones headed to the Citrus Bowl
    Rolling Stones fans, "Satisfaction" is coming: The storied rock band is headed to Orlando. On Tuesday, a source confirmed for the Orlando Sentinel that the Rolling Stones would indeed play a date at the Citrus Bowl on June 12 during their upcoming U.S....
  • David Wells now a high school baseball coach at his alma mater

    David Wells now a high school baseball coach at his alma mater
    SAN DIEGO -- It's 2 o'clock on a typically brilliant San Diego afternoon and David "Boomer" Wells is on the mound at David Wells Field. OK, technically he's just in front of it, setting up a pitching machine to run his Point Loma Pointers through...
  • New show at Sands Bethlehem Event Center to play Rolling Stones' classic album live

    New show at Sands Bethlehem Event Center to play Rolling Stones' classic album live
    Classic Albums Live, a performing troupe that takes classic music albums and recreates them live on stage, ┬ánote for note, cut for cut, will perform The Rolling Stones’ album “Sticky Fingers” at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, it was...
  • Auto review: Sedan hasn't lost its strut

    Leave those sequined jeans and the tomato-red cowboy boots in the closet. Likewise, we probably won't need the parrot or David Lee Roth's ankle-length black leather coat for our spin in the Chrysler 300. Which suits me just fine. I'm odd-looking...
  • Madonna and a cruel fact of life

    Madonna and a cruel fact of life
    Madonna has been dissed, and she is not happy. The 56-year-old proclaimed Queen of Pop, with more record sales than any woman in history, received a distinctly unroyal reception by the British radio station BBC Radio 1, which recently banished her...
  • Rolling Stones still mum on Orlando stop

    Rolling Stones still mum on Orlando stop
    Rolling Stones fans expecting a morning announcement about a possible tour stop in Orlando are going to have to wait. Despite rumors of an official confirmation for their June show at the Citrus Bowl at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, March 19, there is still no word...
  • Paul Serrano, musician and recording engineer, dies

     Paul Serrano, musician and recording engineer, dies
    Musician Paul Serrano was a jazz trumpeter and recording engineer whose work included recording top artists across a broad cross-section of contemporary music in his South Side P.S. Recording Studios. Mr. Serrano, 82, died Thursday, Jan. 15, in...
  • What about the boy? In 'Tommy,' new insights into Pete Townshend

    What about the boy? In 'Tommy,' new insights into Pete Townshend
    When, in 1975, the movie director Ken Russell turned "Tommy," an album by The Who, into a film, catapulting the Pinball Wizard to further glory, he made one particularly notable change: He switched the period of the rock opera from the years following...
  • Song authorship controversies, from George Harrison to Oasis

    Song authorship controversies, from George Harrison to Oasis
    The Tom Petty/Sam Smith settlement is just one example of how music industry players have handled controversies regarding hit songs with contested pedigrees. Here are some others: The Rolling Stones, "Anybody Seen My Baby?": The post-"Steel Wheels"...
  • Irma Thomas: At the Crossroads of blues and soul

    Irma Thomas: At the Crossroads of blues and soul
    It took a grandchild — indirectly, at least — to make Irma Thomas the Soul Queen of New Orleans. The singer, who will share the bill Saturday in the "Blues at the Crossroads" show at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, got her official...
  • 'Let It Be': Why show coming to Rosemont is a Beatles 'celebration'

    'Let It Be': Why show coming to Rosemont is a Beatles 'celebration'
    Back in 2010, Chicago's Signal Ensemble Theatre staged "Aftermath," a fabulous little show about the Rolling Stones penned by Ronan Marra. "Aftermath" was all about the demise of the influence of Brian Jones — the Syd Barrett of the Stones —...