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  • Pete Seeger sings 'Forever Young' for 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan's debut

     
    A new video for Pete Seeger's recording of Bob Dylan's song "Forever Young" will be released Monday, March 19 exactly on the 50th anniversary of the release of Dylan's debut album. Pete Seeger could become the oldest person, at 92, to place a new...
  • Classic rock images to show at Annenberg Space for Photography

     
    The Annenberg Space for Photography will bring the exhibit “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present" to its space in Century City in June. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers an advance look....
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Santorum Tops Romney By Six Points In New Quinnipiac Poll.

     
    Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum ... ... leads ex-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney 41 percent to 35 percent in Pennsylvania as the GOP presidential hopefuls head into high-stakes primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington D.C.today. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of...
  • Slash remembers amplifier king Jim Marshall

     
    Guitarist Slash remembers amplifier innovator Jim Marshall, who died Thursday at 88. Jim Marshall created equipment that made rock music bigger and louder than ever....
  • Jim Marshall, “lord of loud,” dead at age 88

     
    Along with Leo Fender and a handful of musical innovators, amplifier pioneer Jim Marshall and the amp-stacks that bear his name are eternally emblazoned in rock's DNA. Marshall died at age 88, according to announcement on Marshall's company Web site. &#...
  • All hail the Marshall stack: The amplifiers that built rock

     
    Rock amplifier innovator Jim Marshall died on Thursday. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts offers insight into the importance of the "Marshall stack" as a symbol in rock & roll....
  • Amplifier maker Jim Marshall dies at 88

     
    Jim Marshall, who was known as "The Father of Loud" for designing amplifiers ubiquitous in the rock world, has died at 88....
  • Raphael Saadiq, Moby booked for free Century City concerts

     
    The heavy commercial district that is Century City will be getting an injection of rock 'n' roll this summer. In conjunction with the upcoming exhibit “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present,” KCRW-FM has revealed...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Corbett cuts would axe "last resort" program for the poor.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's a political truism that elections have consequences: Not all voters always end up getting the government they want, but they almost always end up getting the government that the handful of voters who actually........
  • April 21, 1991: Former police officer Mike London enjoys coaching

    Maybe it was the chance to keep his hand in the game that led Mike London to give up a potential career in law enforcement to coach football. Maybe it was the chance to help kids after a few years of facing the daily despair on the mean streets of...
  • Democratic fence-sitters wary of Obama

     
    by Mark Silva Not every member of the Democratic Party seeking reelection this year is caught up in the party's Obama-mania. More than a dozen in conservative districts, particularly in the South, have made it clear that they want nothing......