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  • The British are coming: Elton, Ed, The Who to play Jazz Fest

    A British invasion of sorts is headed to New Orleans. The 2015 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival's two Saturday lineups are anchored by British rock legends. The Who, which is amid its 50th anniversary tour, on Saturday performs for the first time...
  • CLC Gospel Choir, Chatham Choral Ensemble sing inspirational concert

    Gospel music will make a contemporary comeback with the help of the CLC Gospel Choir and Chatham Choral Ensemble 7 p.m. April 17 in the C Wing Auditorium at the CLC Grayslake campus. The concert will feature a variety of soulful choral music by choir,...
  • Best bets for April 14

    Best bets for April 14
    Music Diana Krall: The singer with the smoky voice is also a pianist and performer from the traditional school. She is touring in support of her recently released album "Wallflower." With hits like "All for You" and the Grammy-winning "When I Look in...
  • Best events this week: The Who, the Ting Tings and Record Store Day

    Best events this week: The Who, the Ting Tings and Record Store Day
      Monday The British Broadcasting Corporation's touring radio company, the BBC Concert Orchestra, will join piano prodigy Charlie Albright for a two-night program kicking off 8 p.m. Monday at the Kravis Center (701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach)....
  • Oak Ridge Boys, Browns, Martin join country hall

    Oak Ridge Boys, Browns, Martin join country hall
    Vocal quartet The Oak Ridge Boys, Jim Ed Brown and his singing sisters, and longtime session guitarist Grady Martin are the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame. The Country Music Association announced their selection on Wednesday. The...
  • Lew Soloff dies at 71; trumpet player for Blood, Sweat and Tears

    Lew Soloff dies at 71; trumpet player for Blood, Sweat and Tears
    Lew Soloff, a trumpet player who was an early member of Blood, Sweat and Tears and whose jazz career included performances with his own ensembles and with Gil Evans, Ornette Coleman, Chuck Mangione, Maynard Ferguson and other giants of the genre, has...
  • Melissa Manchester concert celebrates her music – and faith

    Melissa Manchester concert celebrates her music – and faith
    Jewish singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester feels fortunate and lucky to still be recording new albums at age 64.. Manchester will be showcasing her new songs and hit songs that have become standards in concert on Saturday March 14 at 7 p.m. at Sunrise...
  • Dianne Reeves' ode to 'Joy Joy'

    Dianne Reeves' ode to 'Joy Joy'
    Jazz singer Dianne Reeves has performed for President Barack Obama at the White House. George Clooney hired her to record the soundtrack to his film "Good Night, and Good Luck." She has won five Grammy Awards, the most recent one this month. And she is no...
  • 'SNL 40': Kanye plays new song 'Wolves,' is razzed for stage-crashing

    'SNL 40': Kanye plays new song 'Wolves,' is razzed for stage-crashing
    Be on guard, high school theater productions, minor league baseball games and any other location with a microphone and an audience: Kanye West is going to find his way onto your stage. West was the willing and good-humored target of some ribbing...
  • Grammys 2015: Beck wins best rock album with 'Morning Phase'

    Grammys 2015: Beck wins best rock album with 'Morning Phase'
    More than two decades after “Loser,” Beck Hansen shows no sign of relenting in his quest for new vistas to explore and new thoughts on the human condition to share, all of which led voters to reward him with the rock album Grammy for “...
  • Dustin Furlow: Young songwriter with a distinctive sound

    Dustin Furlow: Young songwriter with a distinctive sound
     Dustin Furlow had a good 2014. The singer-songwriter from Virginia Beach released a very solid 5-song EP, "Wood & Steel," and he was a finalist at the Emerging Artist Contest at the Sea Level Singer/Songwriter Festival. He played a lot of gigs and...