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  • Diana Krall Stopping At Oakdale With Wallflower Tour

    Diana Krall Stopping At Oakdale With Wallflower Tour
    Diana Krall grew up in Vancouver, B.C., on the West Coast, so an affinity with the Laurel Canyon-centered collection of covers on her latest album, "Wallflower" — songs like "Desperado" and "I Can't Tell You Why" by the Eagles, "California Dreamin'" by the Mamas and the Papas, and others — isn't hard to fathom.
  • Gipsy Kings to spice up King Center in Melbourne

    Gipsy Kings to spice up King Center in Melbourne
    A literal band of brothers, the Gipsy Kings were raised in France on the music and culture of Spain. They know a thing or two about making a spicy dish out of diverse ingredients. The Gipsy Kings have collaborated with folk artists Joan Baez and Francis...

    Eagles star in a show along the Mississippi every winter

    Eagles star in a show along the Mississippi every winter
    Bird lovers follow the Mississippi River in winter because that's where bald eagles seem most plentiful as the raptors dive-bomb for fish in open water near locks and dams. At the University of Minnesota, however, an intense interest in birds of prey...

    Lehigh Valley saw 15 of Top 100 U.S. touring shows in 2014

    Lehigh Valley saw 15 of Top 100 U.S. touring shows in 2014
    Music fans who have gotten the feeling that the Lehigh Valley area's music scene has exploded with top national and international acts now have proof. The industry publication Pollstar has released its 2014 Year End Top North American Tours, and at...

    1979 Brown for president rock concert

     
    The first of two Gov. Brown for President fund-raising rock concerts kicks off with five hours of music at the San Diego Sports Arena.