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  • 'Weird Al' Yankovic kicks off 100-city tour with five nights in Las Vegas

    'Weird Al' Yankovic kicks off 100-city tour with five nights in Las Vegas
    Southern Californians might best know "Weird Al" Yankovic for his frequent appearances on the Dr. Demento radio show from the 1970s on KPPC-FM. If a 16-year-old Weird Al hadn’t handed Dr. Demento a tape of his parody songs, he might have a real job now.
  • Concert review: Zen for Primates in rare and fun form for final show

    Concert review: Zen for Primates in rare and fun form for final show
    Just as Zen for Primates is a unique band, its fans have a unique loyalty. Zen has collected many in its 27 years and it quickly sold out the Rodale Room of Miller Symphony Hall for its final concert last Friday night. There are two types of Zen songs....

    A schmaltzy farewell: Zen for Primates wraps up after 27 years

    It is hard to describe Zen for Primates. The band is often called called "cabaret rock." Rock, however, would not seem to apply to a group with a singer, cello, violin and sax, with no bass or drums. When Zen was formed 27 years ago, violins and...

    Dave Grohl joins Chevy Metal in Costa Mesa

    Dave Grohl joins Chevy Metal in Costa Mesa
    There is one more night remaining for Costa Mesa's 60th anniversary celebration. Organizers will be hard-pressed to top what took place Saturday night at the main stage on the OC Fairgrounds parking lot. Dave Grohl, the lead singer of Foo Fighters,...

    'Weird Al' Yankovic, playing Sands Event center, says next album will be his last

     
    There’s no question about it, parody singer “Weird Al” Yankovic says. A world where virtually everyone has access to YouTube or other Internet video sites, and far more immediately than he does with physical CDs – and a world...