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  • Randy Newman, coming to Easton, talks of long road after 'Short People'

    Randy Newman, coming to Easton, talks of long road after 'Short People'
    For the past 25 years, singer and songwriter Randy Newman has been primarily known for his film scores, and for good reason. Newman has written the music to such iconic films as "Ragtime," "Awakening" and "The Natural," but he's gotten the most...
  • The matter of Heart

    The matter of Heart
    The band you hear performing "Crazy on You" on the radio no longer exists. That was an early version of Heart, the Seattle rock band fronted by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, including lead guitarist Roger Fisher and bassist Steve Fossen. Yet because...
  • 'Special Deluxe' memoir recalls Neil Young's rides to stardom

     'Special Deluxe' memoir recalls Neil Young's rides to stardom
    A case could be made that motor vehicles run a close second to electric guitars in the hierarchy of technological devices that have shaped Neil Young's life. The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee underscored that point in his just-published...
  • AC/DC says new album, tour will go on after drummer Phil Rudd's arrest

    AC/DC says new album, tour will go on after drummer Phil Rudd's arrest
    Following reports of its drummer's arrest in New Zealand on charges of arranging two killings, the band AC/DC said Phil Rudd's arrest would not affect the release of its upcoming album or tour.  "We've only become aware of Phil's arrest as the news...
  • Billy Joel will ring in 2015 with his big hits in Orlando

    Billy Joel will ring in 2015 with his big hits in Orlando
    Veteran singer-songwriter Billy Joel has been busy with a monthly residency at Madison Square Garden in New York, but he'll be in Orlando to ring in 2015. In case you missed it, the Piano Man will be in an Orlando state of mind on Dec. 31, one of the...
  • Ian McLagan, keyboardist and founding member of Small Faces, dies at 69

    Ian McLagan, keyboardist and founding member of Small Faces, dies at 69
    Ian McLagan, founding keyboardist for the '60s British rock band the Small Faces (known in the '70s as the Faces), died Wednesday in Austin, Texas. He was 69. McLagan - a 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee - suffered a stroke at his home on...
  • Magician Criss Angel makes tickets to his Easton State Theatre shows disappear

    Magician Criss Angel makes tickets to his Easton State Theatre shows disappear
    Magician Criss Angel has made tickets for his show at  Easton’s State Theatre disappear. Just two weeks after tickets to the “Mindfreak” magician’s Jan. 20 shows at the theater went on sale, the earlier of the two shows is...
  • Ian McLagan, famed keyboardist and Rolling Stones collaborator, dies

    Ian McLagan, a collaborator with the Rolling Stones and keyboardist for the English rock band Faces, has died. He was 69. McLagan died Wednesday in Austin, Texas, after suffering a stroke a day earlier, according to a statement on his official website....
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

    Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week
    Here are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. Q102 JINGLE BALL For years, Philadelphia radio station Q-102’s annual Jingle Ball all-star Christmastime concert has gotten it right with a list of pop music’s top performers. This year,...
  • Ronnie Spector's Christmas starts in September

    Ronnie Spector's Christmas starts in September
    Ronnie Spector, legendary former frontwoman of ’60s girl group the Ronettes and one of the world's most celebrated singers of holiday songs, starts thinking about Christmas in September. She can't help it. “It's all I think about,”...
  • Ian McLagan dies at 69; rock keyboardist played with the Small Faces

    Ian McLagan dies at 69; rock keyboardist played with the Small Faces
    Ian McLagan, who as keyboardist for the Small Faces and later the Faces was part of the first generation of British rockers to gain a wide American following, died Wednesday in Austin, Texas. He was 69. His death, a day after he had a stroke, was...