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Girl Frenzy, featuring Sheryl Crow, Avril Lavigne and Fiona Apple, comes to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on Oct. 27, on sale Saturday. Brooks & Dunn and Alan Jackson play the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on Oct. 13, on sale Saturday. Ben Harper...
Muse 8:30 p.m., AT&T stage Muse is already huge around much of the world and regularly play to tens of thousands of people, so the English group's opportunity to finally do the same in America felt a bit like a belated coming out celebration. Muse has...
Organizers have finally announced the 2007 Lollapalooza lineup, and we're so excited about so many of the bands that we feel like we're already at the three-day Grant Park fest. Well, mentally anyway. Actually occurring August 3-5, this year's Lolla...
Greyhound runs with the '70s Singer-guitarist Matt Whyte of Earl Greyhound doesn't flinch when you suggest his Brooklyn power trio might be among the bands riding the crest of a rock 'n' roll revival. "You got a real tangible sense of that at South by...
Cold War Kids sure have grown up fast. The soulful, Southern-influenced California rockers' energetic live shows and self-released EPs generated a wave of worldwide, blogger-fueled buzz not long after the group formed in 2004. The band also appeared at...
Tags: Family Vacations, Crimes, Travel, Lollapalooza, Neko Case
Retooled, there's more to Tell William Tell has heard it all before — yes, that's his real name, and think of the jokes they'll crack when record labels make their overtures — but fans haven't heard all of William Tell. Not if the only...
Ah, the freedom of the studio On "Come Into Our House," the new album by L.A.'s Nick Castro & the Young Elders, exotic sounds are always waiting to run away with the melodic line or shift the vibe over several continents. It's a neo-folk trip on...
Sure Tucker's 'Nervous,' but in a good way The story sounds apocryphal, but singer Jeff Tucker and the people around Rock Kills Kid swear by it: For the better part of three years, Tucker, withdrawn and virtually broke, lived in a shower-less recording...
Tags: Death, Bars and Clubs, Neil Young, Dining and Drinking
Go ahead: Try to label them It's hard enough for a band to get gigs around Los Angeles, but when you don't live here — and you bring a little something different to the table — it's darned near impossible. So Adam Pasion and his banjo-,...
Overflowing with extra songs There was never a question of Alex Brown Church finding his own songwriting voice. It was a matter of Church finding time to lose it, between his day job and his duties as member of the L.A. pop quintet Irving. In the course...
Tags: EMI Group Ltd., Death, Vehicles, Labor Day, Latin Music (genre)
Lyrical confessions How appropriate Sierra Swan's album is titled "Ladyland." With its lyrical subterfuge and musical subtleties, the 27-year-old's debut, released May 23 on Interscope, puts her in rarefied company with female singer-songwriters who make...
It's her life, in his words Like Amanda Palmer of the Dresden Dolls, Liz McGrath is more of a performer than she is a singer. Her woozy, weary rasp is perfectly imperfect for Miss Derringer's cabaret- and country-tinged ditties as she narrates the band's...
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