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Phil Spector

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  • Of pop & poetry

    Of pop & poetry
    Jay-Z, Sonic Youth, Guns N' Roses, Ghostface Killah, Slayer, Prince, the Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Britney Spears, The New Pornographers, Mobb Deep, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Prefab Sprout, Pink, The Beatles, Van Halen, Big Star, Bob Dylan,...
  • Beach Boys mix nostalgia, surf, melancholy at Chicago Theatre

    Beach Boys mix nostalgia, surf, melancholy at Chicago Theatre
    Brian Wilson broke character Monday at the Chicago Theatre in the first of two 50th anniversary concerts by his longtime band. The most fragile of the Beach Boys plunged into the turmoil of “Sail On, Sailor,” a song rarely performed by the...
  • 'The Wrecking Crew' doc screening, Q&A in Orange on Oct. 13

    'The Wrecking Crew' doc screening, Q&A in Orange on Oct. 13
    When he decided to put together a home movie about highlights of his dad’s life and career, Denny Tedesco did what a lot of children do at some point in their lives. What distinguished the product of his efforts from the thousands or millions of...
  • Like/Dislike: Ben Savage, Flying Dog Brewery

    Like/Dislike: Ben Savage, Flying Dog Brewery
    Considering beer is Ben Savage's favorite drink, working at Frederick-based Flying Dog Brewery could be considered a dream come true. Not only is Savage surrounded by suds and innovation every day, but also with "laughter, high fives, pranks, and hugs."...
  • Ambassadors, a rock band from Brooklyn, find big audience in Hampton Roads

    Ambassadors, a rock band from Brooklyn, find big audience in Hampton Roads
    Over the years, many Hampton Roads radio stations have been content to follow more often than lead. For example, once rock hits were broken in major markets, local outlets would jump on and ride the wave. That's started to change recently as stations...
  • Shadow Morton, '60s pop wizard, reportedly dead at 71

    Shadow Morton, '60s pop wizard, reportedly dead at 71
    Shadow Morton, the songwriter and producer behind such 1960s pop classics as "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" and "Leader of the Pack" -- both recorded by the Shangri-Las -- is dead. According to the New York Times, Morton died Thursday in Laguna Beach;...
  • HBO scores with Pacino as Phil Spector in Barry Levinson production

    HBO scores with Pacino as Phil Spector in Barry Levinson production
    What a great weekend: HBO sent a screener for "Phil Spector," a made-for-TV movie about the legendary music producer, starring Al Pacino and Helen Mirren. Barry Levinson is the executive producer, with David Mamet as writer and director. That enough...
  • Phil Spector asks state appellate court to overturn murder conviction

     
    A lawyer for Phil Spector urged a state appellate panel Tuesday to overturn the music producer's murder conviction on the grounds that a multimedia presentation used by prosecutors in closing arguments turned the trial judge into a government witness....
  • Monster Mash: 'Book of Mormon' among Drama Desk winners; Getty Museum loses top antiquities curator

     
    Drama Desk winners include 'Book of Mormon' and 'War Horse'...
  • Phil Spector's not guilty, says David Mamet

     
    David Mamet says legendary music producer Phil Spector isn't guilty (even though he's in jail for murder in the second degree)....
  • Casey Anthony: Summer’s greatest mystery story? Do you agree?

     
    Why has the case generated such fascination? Savannah Guthrie of NBC says people wonder if Casey Anthony could be responsible for such a heinous crime. Aphrodite Jones said Casey looks like a little girl, has an arrogance and defiance about her, and...