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Tribune staff reporterOur first stops on this Magical Midwestern Tour have essentially been destinations for grownups that young people might, or might not, enjoy. This time, we're blatantly and unapologetically pandering to children. Adults can come along if it's OK with the...
Zap2It.comIt's a festival of sweet and sour on tonight's 100th episode of "Dancing with the Stars." Amidst all the glitter and celebration, someone still got sent packing. As part of the celebration, there was an hour-long special counting down the Judges'...
Zap2It.comNBC and ESPN have been bantering back and forth over whether "Sunday Night Football" or "Monday Night Football" is the marquee NFL game of the week. Now they can argue over which game has the better theme song. "Monday Night Football," of course, has...
Tags: ESPN (tv network), Sports, Television, Football, Joan Jett
She was a continent away, but that didn't stop troubled British soul-singer Amy Winehouse from being the main attraction at last night's Grammy Awards as she took home five awards, including best new artist. But the erratic singer -- who once took...
Ancestral Links: A Golf Obsession Spanning Generations New American Library, $24.95 Sunday is always golf day somewhere in the world. Actually, it's probably more accurate to say that somewhere in the world on any given day, someone is playing golf....
Zap2It.comYou know there are some weeks when TV makes you go hmmmm ... and last week was definitely one of those weeks. Let's take a look back at the week that was. "Celebrity Duets": I sat down to watch this show on TiVo and thought, "Well, I will just watch...
Zap2It.comThe first episode of "Celebrity Duets" will not feature an "American Idol"-style montage of famous people singing horrendously and generally making a spectacle of themselves. But it's not for a lack of material, according to "Duets" creator (and "Idol"...
Special to The TimesAs one of the most respected figures in the history of the blues, John Lee Hooker should have been an early giant of rock 'n' roll, right? His "Boogie Chillen' " was a smash R&B single in 1949 — just about the time Elvis Presley and the other rock...
Times Staff WriterRick Dees was asked about his proper place in the history of Los Angeles radio. Leaning into the studio's microphone, he answered with his familiar rounded-edge drawl: "Every great artist has to go out on the stage and say, 'I'm going to be the best ever....
Wolfmother singer/guitarist Andrew Stockdale hasn't been a rock star long, but already the rigors of touring and interviewing are starting to wear on him. It takes the frontman a moment to remember where he is when we call (Tempe, Arizona), and he tells...
Song Man: A Melodic Adventure, or, My Single-Minded Approach to Songwriting By Will Hodgkinson Da Capo, 290 pages, $16.95 paper 'Stay uncommercial. There's a lot of money in it," said Jerome Kern, who did OK by himself when he added "Ol' Man River,"...
Tags: Ray Davies, Hal David, Jimi Hendrix, PJ Harvey, Dionne Warwick
Sun StaffHometown: Baltimore Current Members: Patrick Griffin, upright bass and vocals; Aran Keating, saxophone; Andy Cole, guitar; Nairobi Collins, lead vocals; Josh Cohen, drums. Founded in: 2000 Style: 1950s-style rockabilly and R&B Influenced by: Little...
Tags: Bo Diddley, Rock and Roll (genre)
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