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  • Oh Yeezus, the many opinions of Kanye West

    Oh Yeezus, the many opinions of Kanye West
    There was a time when you couldn't walk past a news stand without tripping over a new Kanye West interview. Times have changed. News stands have basically ceased to exist, and Yeezy's a little more judicious about who gets to publish his thoughts. (Also,...
  • Paul Natkin: Through the lens of rock 'n' roll

    Paul Natkin: Through the lens of rock 'n' roll
    Every picture tells a story. In Paul Natkin's world, sometimes multiple stories. Take, for example, his portrait of the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards. It's all there: the smirk, the skull ring, the cigarette butt in his right hand. And, yeah, he's...
  • Who's afraid of Muddy and the Wolf?

    In terms of record sales, Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf have nothing on U2 or Mariah Carey — no No. 1 singles or albums between them. But pop music history would be inconceivable without their influence. Here are a few places it can be found:...
  • Music story isn't over yet for Dolly Varden

    Music story isn't over yet for Dolly Varden
    A sampling of how it works for a rock 'n' roll band in middle age: The bass player and drummer drive in for rehearsal from the suburbs where one of them is an interfaith counselor and the other, for a time, operated a fresh-bread franchise. One...
  • Coachella keeps Rolling Stones rumors moving along

    Coachella keeps Rolling Stones rumors moving along
    Last month the Rolling Stones set off speculation that they're scheduled to play this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival after a fan noticed that the venerable English band's mobile app included a listing for a mid-April concert date in...
  • Baltimore TV meteorologists weigh in against global warming

    Baltimore TV meteorologists weigh in against global warming
    Spurred by a recent article in Rolling Stone, some Baltimore television meteorologists are weighing in against global climate change -- and are drawing some criticism for it. WBAL-TV's Tony Pann shared the article, which calls some TV meteorologists...
  • Adlers Appetite for Anger at Axl Assuaged

    Adlers Appetite for Anger at Axl Assuaged
    Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler says he’s no longer angry at Axl Rose and no longer “pining for a reunion,” telling Rolling Stone, “It’s flushed out of my system.” So why the sudden sense of...
  • Guitarist Kaki King's rightful place is among kings of the strings

    Guitarist Kaki King's rightful place is among kings of the strings
    Who is the greatest guitar player? Depending on your age and musical tastes, the answer will vary. Eric Clapton, yes? Or, for those of a classical bent, perhaps Andres Segovia? How about, for you older folks, Les Paul or Django Reinhardt? Rolling...
  • Electronic music giants Pretty Lights and Bassnectar to play Hampton Coliseum Dec. 28-29 (UPDATE)

    Electronic music giants Pretty Lights and Bassnectar to play Hampton Coliseum Dec. 28-29 (UPDATE)
    The electronic dance music, or EDM, revolution has officially reached the Peninsula. Staff at Hampton Coliseum announced Wednesday that Pretty Lights and Bassnectar, two of the genre's big names, will perform there Dec. 28 & 29. Tickets go on sale 10 a....
  • Rolling Stone once again names NorVa one of nation's best music clubs

    Rolling Stone once again names NorVa one of nation's best music clubs
    For at least the second time, The NorVa in Norfolk has made a Rolling Stone list of the nation's finest live music clubs. In an online featured titled The Best Big Rooms: Venues that Rock, Norfolk's NorVa comes in at No. 16, just before the El Rey in...
  • Obama, Romney reverse roles as election looms

    Obama, Romney reverse roles as election looms
    President Barack Obama insists he's ahead but is running like the underdog, adopting a street-fighting posture and campaigning himself hoarse across the country. Republican challenger Mitt Romney seeks to make his election seem inevitable and calls Obama'...