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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...
Associated PresThis is a story about love. About inscrutable complexity and remarkable simplicity, about the promise of forever. It is about obsession and devotion, and grand gestures and 4,000-word love letters. It is about a curious group of people with an almost...
Hometown // Baltimore Current members // Deborah Bilezikian, vocals, piano and trumpet Founded in // 2005 Style // rhythm and blues and folk rock Influenced by // Laura Nyro, Kate Bush, Joni Mitchell Notable // Bilezikian worked on her new album...
Tags: Joni Mitchell, Laura Nyro
Among potential Grammy nominees for the album of the year award, one name seems certain: James Blunt. His "Back to Bedlam" CD was a breakout smash that probably can't be denied, even though many music critics (you know, the nasty kind who attack pretty...
Daily PressTool "10,000 Days" Sony/Volcano For fans of: A Perfect Circle, Deftones, Dream Theater Just when it seemed inconceivable that Tool could tap into another realm of stimulating sophistication, the group returns from five years in some obscure nebula...
Tags: David Bowie, Caves and Caverns, Landforms, Bob Dylan, Crimes
THE ancient woods of Albion, animated in decades past by such mystic yarn-spinners as Led Zeppelin, Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Incredible String Band, are teeming once again with wizards and golden light and mysterious horses, courtesy of Natasha Khan, a...
Tags: Amy Winehouse, Music, PJ Harvey, Bjork, Popular Music (genre)
Shania Twain and Duke Ellington have at least one thing in common: They're not much for categorizing music. For Ellington, there were only two types of music: good and bad. For Twain, there's the stuff that sells, and the stuff that doesn't. "I never was...
Tags: Cher, Music Industry, Death, Genres, Duke Ellington
Tribune rock criticThe unbearable lightness of being Maxwell can be deceptive. The voice, so delicate and effeminate in its upper register, doesn't sound like it was designed to hold up under stress. But that fagade of fragility makes the 28-year-old Brooklynite, with the...
Maxwell, he of the voluptuous Afro and the delicate falsetto croon, is back in town this weekend (headlining shows Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Arie Crown Theatre) to steal the ladies' hearts with some good old-fashioned supplication...
Special to the TribuneIt would have been easy for Shemekia Copeland to slip into the role of a traditional blues diva. As the daughter of the late blues guitar ace Johnny Copeland and a singer with the powerhouse pipes of Koko Taylor, Copeland was seemingly destined to succeed...
Tags: Music Industry, Death, Les Claypool, Tori Amos, Bonnie Raitt
Scan this year's Grammy nominees and the future of mainstream music looks like it belongs to a batch of under-25 female singers who write their own songs, play an instrument and, most of all, know how to sell records. In a world where celebrity,...
Sun Pop Music CriticShe's beautifully complex, her sound haunting and ethereal, a little meditative. But as you enter the musical world of Tori Amos, beware of the pits. As you're drifting on her gossamer voice and sparkling piano, relishing the texture, digging the ride,...
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