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Jazz (Music Genre)

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  • Not the End of the Road

    Not the End of the Road
    It’s official. Boyz II Men are bringing their smooth harmonies and slow jams to the Mirage Hotel & Casino for another year. The four-time Grammy Award-winning crooners have officially extended their residency at the Terry Fator Theatre, playing most...
  • Short on Cash, Long on Gas

    Short on Cash, Long on Gas
    A new wave of stylish gas-sipping small cars is set to steal the green spotlight in 2014. Loaded with accessories and rated up to 40 miles per gallon and beyond, these mighty fuel misers rival — even surpass — many hybrids. And with sticker...
  • Fall Fling

    Fall Fling
    San Diego is the very picture of autumnal merriment these days, with festivals and celebrations happening all over the county. Whether you’re keen on family fun, a gastronomic adventure, music appreciation, America’s Cup racing or simply...
  • Summer Sounds - Sponsored

    Summer Sounds - Sponsored
    On a Southern California evening, as sunset’s dazzling display turns from molten gold to deep purple, the music scene comes alive. Whether you’re looking for jazz, blues, rock or hip-hop — it’s all happening on the Orange County...
  • Summer in SoCal: The coolest hot-weather events, food and attractions

    Summer in SoCal: The coolest hot-weather events, food and attractions
    The rest of the country might fantasize about escaping to Los Angeles during their dreaded icy winters, but natives know that the best time to be in this fair city is during the summertime. This is when L.A. comes alive. During these warmer months,...
  • Review: 'Diving Board' delves deep into the classic Elton John sound

     Review: 'Diving Board' delves deep into the classic Elton John sound
    Were it released in the LP era, Elton John's "The Diving Board" would have arrived as a fancy double gatefold album, 15 songs separated by instrumental miniatures to open each side. Such a presentation would have added an extra layer of import,...
  • Album reviews: Alan Jackson's pure 'Bluegrass Album'

     Album reviews: Alan Jackson's pure 'Bluegrass Album'
    Amiable country singer and songwriter Alan Jackson has been talking for ages about his wish to make a straight bluegrass album. That's the reason he signed on for Alison Krauss to produce his 2006 album, "Like Red on a Rose," one of his strongest...
  • Michael Einziger of Incubus lists Malibu house with sound studio

    Michael Einziger of Incubus lists Malibu house with sound studio
    Michael Einziger of the alt-rock band Incubus has listed his Malibu retreat, with a sound studio, for $3.75 million. If you are thinking that a garage band member might live in a grungy pad, think again. This is one classy estate. Set on nearly an...
  • Jackson Rathbone buys Erez Eisen's Studio City home

    Jackson Rathbone buys Erez Eisen's Studio City home
    Jackson Rathbone, who plays a vampire in the “Twilight” movie series, has bought a home in Studio City for $1.2 million, The Times has confirmed. The seller was electronic music pioneer Erez Eisen, who bought another house for $820,000....
  • Billy Howerdel sells his home in Studio City

    Billy Howerdel sells his home in Studio City
    Guitarist-songwriter Billy Howerdel has sold his Studio City house for $1.825 million. The Mediterranean-style two-story, built in 2007, features 10-foot ceilings, three fireplaces, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms in 4,000 square feet. Outdoor amenities...
  • Kongar-ol Ondar dies at 51; master of Tuvan throat singing

    Kongar-ol Ondar dies at 51; master of Tuvan throat singing
    What do Richard Feynman, Willie Nelson, Frank Zappa and Boris Yeltsin have in common? The answer was embodied in a radiant, round-faced Siberian singer named Kongar-ol Ondar, whose voice was unlike any in the western world. Ondar was a master of...