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Diana Krall

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  • Fireman's Fund consultant sings safety tune at Grammys

     
    Working behind the scenes of the Grammys Awards is Paul Holehouse, entertainment risk consultant for Fireman's Fund Insurance Company....
  • Stevie Wonder, John Mayer will join Tony Bennett at Staples

     
    On Sept. 24, Tony Bennett will be come to Staples Center, where he will be joined onstage by Stevie Wonder, Diana Krall, John Mayer and Carrie Underwood, according to a source close to the singer....
  • Influences: Bass players Charlie Haden

     
    Alto saxophonist Ornette Coleman’s revolutionary quartet stood the jazz world on its head at the end of 1959. His vigorous and intense music was in continual motion: melodically, harmonically and rhythmically. With no piano providing a chordal...
  • Album review: Avril Lavigne's 'Goodbye Lullaby'

     
    It’s been four years since Avril Lavigne’s last album, “The Best Damn Thing,” which unleashed the man-stealing anthem “Girlfriend,” in the process dyeing the airwaves a sassy hot pink whenever those schoolyard taunts...
  • Jazz guitarist Anthony Wilson's thirst for beauty

     
    Mixing up jazz with the sound of Brazil hasn't been a terribly new idea since Stan Getz set the template with João Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim in the early '60s. Yet L.A. guitarist Anthony Wilson has returned to that......
  • Album review: Charlie Haden's 'Sophisticated Ladies' CD

     
    Charlie Haden Quartet West, 'Sophisticated Ladies' (Emarcy) Listen to this album on the right kind of night, and you can practically watch your field of vision shift from color into a smoky sort of black and white. Which isn't to......
  • The Spotlight: 'The Look of Love' in 'Fascinating Rhythms' at Rubicon Theatre Company

     
    Composer Burt Bacharach wrote “The Look of Love” while watching the Swiss bombshell Ursula Andress in an early cut of the 1967 James Bond satire “Casino Royale.” Diana Krall’s silky rendition of the song inspires a mesmerizing bolero by Anya.......
  • Barbra Streisand to be feted as Recording Academy's MusiCares Person of the Year

     
    The Recording Academy has chosen Barbra Streisand as its MusiCares Person of the Year in conjunction with the 2011 Grammy Awards, and will salute her musical and philanthropic achievements Feb. 11 with an all-star fundraising dinner and concert...
  • A Tony Bennett revival? They're singing his song

    A Tony Bennett revival? They're singing his song
    By his own admission, Tony Bennett doesn't get nervous often. But he was anxious that day, more than 50 years ago, when he was filling in for Perry Como as host on the crooner's variety television show. "Como had a big orchestra and great stars," Bennett...
  • Monica Lewis sounds her 'Siren'

    Monica Lewis sounds her 'Siren'
    During her heyday in the 1940s and '50s, dimple-cheeked Monica Lewis was known as "America's Singing Sweetheart": She warbled such chart-topping hits as "Autumn Leaves, "I Wish You Love" and "Put the Blame on Mame" and starred on the radio on such...
  • Grammys 2012: Adele is affirmed, Whitney Houston is grieved

    Grammys 2012: Adele is affirmed, Whitney Houston is grieved
    The 54th Grammy Awards will be remembered as a story of two women with towering, timeless voices — Adele and Whitney Houston — one representing youthful triumph and boundless possibility, the other a reminder of fresh tragedy and a life...