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Baroness, "Gold & Grey" (Abraxan Hymns) Baroness may well be Philly's most beloved working band. Leader and in-demand visual artist John Baizley miraculously survived a tour bus … more
It has been two years since the Texas music icon, Brandon Rhyder, released any new music. Dealing with health and personal issues, the artist struggled to find his voice, literally and figuratively … more
Pulling together a what-I'm-listening-to-now column can be a heartening exercise because it sharpens one's focus in the never-ending task of separating musical wheat from the chaff. Yes, there's … more
"Here to kick off the show with a world-premiere performance...," an announcer said at the start of Sunday night's Academy of Country Music Awards, and for a second or two I wondered if the ACM had … more
It was a good year for the troubadours — the modern-day equivalent to the town criers of old, and those who take it on themselves to inform and enlighten those within earshot to the dangers and the … more
Sting is bringing "My Songs" to Las Vegas next year for a residency at Caesars Palace. Beginning on May 22, 2020, the English rock icon will headline at the Colosseum, where he'll perform 16 … more
Wilco's first studio album after a short hiatus, "Ode to Joy" (dBpm Records) isn't so much a triumphal return as a small record about big moments. In keeping with the recent tradition of at least … more
The question of who will replace Placido Domingo as general director of Los Angeles Opera following the embattled star's recent resignation got a quick answer Monday: nobody. L.A. Opera's board of … more
Chromatics, "Closer to Grey" (Italians Do It Better) Chromatics have been teasing a new album called "Dear Tommy" for nearly seven years now. It's been quite the roller coaster. At one point after … more
RANDY LEWIS | Los Angeles Times exhortation "Let's get this party started!" morphed into "Let's keep the party going!" with singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile's heartfelt homage Monday to Joni Mitchell … more
Weekend two of Austin City Limits was one for the books, as the lineup was filled with multi-talented artists that covered a spectrum of genres. Up and coming talent such as gay country music artist … more
The truth is out there. And the truth about Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" is coming under fire after Justin and Jeremiah Raisen, a pair of songwriting brothers, claimed they deserve credit for the hit … more
Shrieks rang out Thursday when Lady Gaga and a fan fell off the stage to the floor several feet below at a show during her Las Vegas residency. Several attendees caught the incident on video, … more
On this date in 2018, we didn't know that Kanye West would visit the White House or that Beyonce would blow up Coachella. We didn't know about Kendrick Lamar's Pulitzer Prize or Childish Gambino's … more
Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande will anchor the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, set to run April 12-14 and again April 19-21 at Indio's Empire Polo Club. Others at … more
Scarypoolparty had only been making music for a few years before he appeared on the latest season of "American Idol," competing under his real name, Alejandro Aranda. The singer-songwriter, 25, … more
Hours before showtime, Blink-182 singer-bassist Mark Hoppus is in the VIP lounge of the Forum in Inglewood, surrounded by generations of popular music. more
About 7,000 people dropped it like it’s hot to hear Snoop Dogg perform at the Dell Diamond on Sunday, Dec. 2. The concert was part of the iconic rapper’s tour of Texas ballparks on a … more
Disney on Ice will bring the Academy Award winning animated film, "Frozen," to life on ice, appearing at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park for eight performances next May. The entire Academy … more
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