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  • Taj Mahal Continues His Mission Of Global Music

    Taj Mahal Continues His Mission Of Global Music
    It's hard to believe, but Taj Mahal has been around long enough to have a listing — squeezed between Mad River and Mamas and the Papas — in Lillian Roxon's seminal 1969 Rock Encyclopedia. Harder to believe that, every year, his name never...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •Abie's Irish Rose, Hunterdon Hills Dinner Theatre, April 8. $75. The Fox on the Fairway, June 10. $75. Twist & Shout Aug. 19. $80. Inspire, American Music Theater, includes lunch at Shady Maple. April 29. $75. Giselle, American Ballet...
  • Kim Fowley's Hollywood funeral draws stars, L.A. music insiders

    Kim Fowley's Hollywood funeral draws stars, L.A. music insiders
    It was a definitive passing of an era, or two or three or four: L.A. music impresario Kim Fowley was laid to rest Thursday at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. More than a hundred mourners -- representing multiple generations of rockers, movers and shakers --...
  • Four Seasons Founder Bob Gaudio Tells Stories Behind 'Jersey Boys'

    Four Seasons Founder Bob Gaudio Tells Stories Behind  'Jersey Boys'
    After languishing for decades on old jukeboxes, wedding-DJ playlists and your mom's favorite radio stations, the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons — think "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Rag Doll," "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night),"...
  • Reginald Torian Sr. is committed to singing Mayfield's story

    Reginald Torian Sr. is committed to singing Mayfield's story
    Reginald Torian Sr., who has had a very good career and fine life singing songs on stages across the world, could be found last Wednesday sitting inside the beautiful and new nightclub and restaurant called The Promontory in Hyde Park. He was, as usual,...
  • Bruno Mars loads up on amenities in Studio City

    Bruno Mars loads up on amenities in Studio City
    Grammy-winning singer Bruno Mars has purchased a tricked-out, two-acre estate in Studio City for $6.5 million. Set in a gated foothill community in the Fryman Canyon area, the Mediterranean-style house was built in 2000 and takes in canyon, city and...
  • Flavor Flav, wearing trademark clock necklace, pleads not guilty to charges in NY traffic stop

    Wearing his trademark clock necklace, Flavor Flav pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from a traffic stop last year while he was driving to his mother's funeral. "I don't like the circumstances, but I like the attention," he said while...
  • Crosby, Stills & Nash will rock Queen Mary 2 with concerts at sea

    Crosby, Stills & Nash will rock Queen Mary 2 with concerts at sea
    Rock 'n' roll giants David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash will take to the sea for a series of concerts aboard the Queen Mary 2. Crosby, Stills & Nash will be on deck during a New York to London crossing in September. "This will be a unique...
  • 'American Sniper,' 'Guardians' receive Cinema Audio Society nominations

    'American Sniper,' 'Guardians' receive Cinema Audio Society nominations
    "American Sniper," "Birdman" and "Guardians of the Galaxy" are among the nominees announced Tuesday morning for the Cinema Audio Society's 51st CAS Awards for outstanding achievement in sound mixing in film and television for 2014. Live-action motion...
  • Elvis at 80: It could have been a wonderful life

    What if Elvis Presley had lived? In August 1977, the singer was found unconscious in his Graceland home and later pronounced dead at age 42. But what if the King of Rock 'n' Roll had in fact been saved by paramedics and had continued his musical career?...
  • Dion reschedules concert at Easton's State Theatre

    Dion reschedules concert at Easton's State Theatre
    Dion, singer who in the 1960s incorporated doo-wop, rock and R&B for songs such as “Runaround Sue” and “The Wanderer,” has rescheduled his upcoming performance at Easton’s State Theatre. The theater announced that because...