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  • REVIEW: Matt Nathanson takes Philly crowd on roller coaster, Gavin DeGraw takes them to Vegas

    A Matt Nathanson concert is kind of like an amusement park ride: You strap yourself in and hang on as it takes you on a trip of dips and curves you don’t expect, but you always end up loving. That...
  • Kristian Bush to play free show Tuesday

    Kristian Bush to play free show Tuesday
    Kristian Bush, half of the group Sugarland, will play a free concert Tuesday in Hollywood. In 2002, Bush and Jennifer Nettles formed Sugarland, which has sold 22 million records, including such songs as "Baby Girl" and "Already Gone." The musicians...

    Ashley Briggs' sunny country

    Ashley Briggs' sunny country
    At 17, Ashley Briggs is doing what she wants. On a small, poolside stage at the Sands Harbor and Marina in Pompano Beach, Briggs, wearing stylish red shades, steps up to a microphone and takes immediate control of her audience. Listeners enjoy her...

    Stagecoach 2014: Country festival is young fans' kinda party

    Stagecoach 2014: Country festival is young fans' kinda party
    This post has been updated. See note below for details. Country music's recent transformation from a form that spoke to a cross-generational audience about life's broader themes into a party-minded soundtrack for young adults was starkly apparent over...

    'The Voice' recap: The Top 12 take it live

    The first live show of the season on "The Voice" on Monday night was not without glitches. There was the usual minor stuff: the coaches talking over one another or having to rush through their notes because of time constraints. And then there was one...