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  • Coachella's female fashion tastemakers

    Robyn It's turning out to be a good year for electro pop singer Robyn, 31, who landed one of the covers of Elle magazine's May music issue, after cleaning up at the Swedish Grammys in January. She first burst on the scene in the late 1990s, with dance...
  • Roger Nichols dies at 66; engineer gave Steely Dan its distinctive sound

    Roger Nichols dies at 66; engineer gave Steely Dan its distinctive sound
    Roger Nichols, the recording engineer who gave the music of Steely Dan the lustrous sheen that became the popular group's sonic signature, died Saturday at his Burbank home after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer, his family said. He was 66....
  • Weekend outlook: Beach Boys at Mardi Gras, Juice Newton at Epcot

    Weekend outlook: Beach Boys at Mardi Gras, Juice Newton at Epcot
    A quick programming note for this weekend's entertainment options at Orlando's theme parks and attractions: the start time at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras festivities is pushed back by an hour starting Saturday. So that means the concert by the Beach...
  • Two bites for everyone

    Two bites for everyone
    This weekend, Huntington Beach will get a serenade from the man who gave it its name. Well, its second name, anyway. Henry Huntington, the railroad magnate whose firm developed the city in 1909, may not have been renowned for his singing voice. But...
  • Belle Brigade: A pop duo that's kin tight

    Belle Brigade: A pop duo that's kin tight
    In an early homemade video made by the L.A. band the Belle Brigade for its song "Losers," from the sibling duo's self-titled debut, Barbara and Ethan Gruska, ages 28 and 21, respectively, sit holding acoustic guitars in an empty bathtub. They're wearing...
  • Bob Flanigan dies at 84; founding member of the Four Freshmen

    Bob Flanigan dies at 84; founding member of the Four Freshmen
    Bob Flanigan, a founding member and original lead singer of the innovative vocal group the Four Freshmen, whose elegantly intricate jazz-rooted singing was a profound influence on Beach Boys mastermind Brian Wilson as well as the Lettermen, the...
  • Remember Mixetapes? I sure do!

    Remember Mixetapes? I sure do!
    Does anyone remember mixtapes?  I certainly do – the wonderful art of using a tape recorder to record your favorite songs for your favorite person. As a child my mixtapes typically contained the Beach Boys, Aerosmith, Boyz II Men, Spice Girls, etc. ...
  • Big events for June

    Big events for June
    At long last, summer is about to arrive — at least in name — and with it a bumper crop of outdoor festivities, from a pirate fest in Virginia to a watermelon-seed-spitting soiree in Texas. For more fun in the sun there's Coney Island's wacky...
  • The surreal world of Kim Drake

    The surreal world of Kim Drake
    Photo by Beth Black Early last year, Kim Drake closed her photography studio and left the Shutter, the indie-rock band she’d been fronting since 2006. Now, the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale graduate does freelance photography and catalog-...
  • Avett Brothers to headline Norfolk's Ted Constant Center on Sept. 20

    Avett Brothers to headline Norfolk's Ted Constant Center on Sept. 20
    North Carolina's Avett Brothers -- a popular and influential rock band that draws on both bluegrass and punk -- will headline a show at the Ted Constant Center in Norfolk on Sept. 20. Tickets -- $40 and $45 -- go on sale 10 a.m. June 10 through Coxtix....
  • Beach Boy Brian Wilson Does George Gershwin

    In the opening scene of Woody Allen’s 1979 film Manhattan, Allen attempts to describe the feel and tone of New York City: “No matter what the season, this was still a town that existed in black and white and pulsated to the great tunes of...