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Alicia Keys is offering fans plenty of options with her latest single, “Girl on Fire,” by simultaneously releasing three versions of the song. Her "choose your favorite version" approach for the single -- the title track to her forthcoming...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With any luck, you're now kicking off the dust of the dying hours of the fall 2010 legislative session and focusing your attention on pulling together those final components of the holiday bacchanal now ahead......
R.E.M. announced Wednesday that it is calling it quits. The Athens, Ga., band that pioneered a distinctive, arty college-rock sound was a group that meant a lot to many people. Myself included. The group was the first rock band I felt was truly my own....
Does 20 years out from Nevermind really matter? Spin seems to think so. Others will surely follow. But don't let them tell you what to think. On September 27, if you've got money to spend, re-examine the album in one of two new formats: 1) the...
Some kind of magic switch seems to have gotten flipped. With summer here, Connecticut turns into a sunny wonderland of outdoor music festivals, county fairs, regional food shindigs and other finely focused affairs. Celebrate the seasonal joys of...
Web Reporter5 a.m. What You Call Love by Guster Jeremy by Pearl Jam Rio by Duran Duran There Must Be An Angel by The Eurythmics Tenderness by General Public Learning To Fly by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Everybody Wants You by Billy Squier...
Associated PressBill Aucoin, who discovered the rock group Kiss and helped build them into a musical and merchandising juggernaut, died Monday at a hospital in Aventura, Fla., of surgical complications from prostate cancer. He was 66. Aucoin discovered Kiss in New...
Tags: KISS (music group), Music, Entertainment, Aventura, Marketing
Pop & HissLos Angeles-based concert promoter Live Nation is introducing a sort of season pass for club-level concerts, allowing fans to purchase a $49.99 "passport" to reserve a spot at non sold-out shows for the remainder of 2009. Beginning today, fans will......
Brand XWith Labor Day behind us, white shoes are retired until next summer and Southland denizens have finally returned from vacations and are settling into September. With a captive metropolis, art galleries are in full bloom with a weekend of wall-to-wall...
Dining@LargeAs I'm reading this fantastic Funtastic Thursday guest post from Owl Meat, I'm trying to decide what I want for dinner, drink and music. This would be the music for some reason, maybe because I'm on vacation, and the food......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterUnlike most musicians, Ringo Starr looks forward to that feeling he sometimes gets of being on a treadmill. In fact, that's where he often feels most creative. "My studio in England is next to the gym," Starr said from the Canadian side of Niagara Falls,...
Zap2It.comThe cleverest stunt in "Blades of Glory" doesn't come on the ice, but in the movie's very concept: How do you make a knuckleheaded comedy for dudes, complete with vomit and jock-strap jokes, about the sequin-spangled world of figure skating? Will Ferrell...
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