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  • Madonna's 'MDNA' hits 42 cents on Amazon

     
    Though “MDNA” offered the 53-year-old pop icon her eighth No. 1 when it pushed 359,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, the disc quickly plummeted on the charts (sales dropped a record 88 percent the second week it was out)....
  • Live: The Beach Boys at the Hollywood Bowl

     
    The Beach Boys reunited June 2, 2012, at the Hollywood Bowl for the band's first tour together in more than two decades. A review for the Los Angeles Times....
  • Bob Welch's former bandmates praise the guitarist -- and the man

     
    Former bandmates Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, and David Adelstein praise the late Bob Welch, whose work with Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist is being remembered with his passing....
  • A Beach Boys homecoming at the Hollywood Bowl

     
    The group’s trademark SoCal sound will be in full effect Saturday at the Hollywood Bowl. Here are a few points to ponder about Brian Wilson and the crew. Brian Wilson officially quit as a touring member of the Beach Boys......
  • Album review: Alan Jackson's 'Thirty Miles West'

     
    Alan Jackson's new album 'Thirty Miles West' showcases the country singer and songwriter's no-frills approach to music. 'Thirty Miles West' is the first album from Alan Jackson' new label, Alan Country Records....
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The Weekend Warm-Up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's looking to be a scorcher of a weekend here in the seat of power -- and we're not just talking about budget negotiations. Temperatures are supposed to tip up into the mid-to high-80s here......
  • Freestyle Explosion concert shows durability of Latin genre

     
    The late-'80s electro-pop genre known as Latin freestyle can be heard in the present-day songs of Dev and Far East Movement, and will be in evidence at Hot 92.3's annual Freestyle Explosion concert on Friday at the Gibson Amphitheater....
  • Amanda Palmer's Kickstarter campaign hits $1-million-plus jackpot

     
    Boston-based burlesque-punk artist Amanda Palmer's new Kickstarter campaign has brought in over $1 million, the crowd-sourcing website's first music project to do so....
  • Funny or Die stages 'The Wire: The Musical'

     
    Is there any way to make HBO’s critically acclaimed series “The Wire” better? It could be turned into a Broadway musical, of course. That's what Funny or Die does in their latest parody....
  • Nicki Minaj, Glen Campbell, Wilco among L.A.'s top summer concerts

     
    Southern California’s summer pop music calendar includes festivals Hard Summer, Make Music Pasadena and Rock the Bells....
  • Richard Dawson's 'Apples and Oranges': A song from beyond the grave

     
    In 1967, the late actor and game show host Richard Dawson, who died Saturday, recorded a psychedelic song called "Apples and Orange" featuring a narrator singing from beyond the grave. In the past 24 hours the song has become a social media hit....