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Listen, Whitey!: The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975 By Pat Thomas (Fantagraphics), 192 pages, $39.99. Without the rich cultural heritage of African-Americans, life in the U.S. would resemble Rachel Carson Silent Spring: A dead zone, the...
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Tom Morello says he rarely gets nervous anymore before he performs, in part because he’s done just about everything from rocking stadiums with Rage Against the Machine to participating in protest rallies around the world as a guitar-thrashing...
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Apr 04 (TheWrap.com) - From the classic western "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid" to the painful ego-trip that was "Masked and Anonymous," Bob Dylan has a pretty extensive, if varied movie resume for a rock star. But in a career that netted him a Best...
AUSTIN, TEXAS -- It was Bruce Springsteen day Thursday at the South by Southwest Music Conference, but the singer instead turned the spotlight on his fellow artists. His keynote address was essentially a long, heart-felt thank you to his musical...
Art alliance awarded grant The Laguna Beach Community Foundation has granted $3,500 to the Laguna Beach Alliance of the Arts (LBaa), a grouping of 22 local arts organizations. The grant will help the 10-year-old alliance manage its spending while...
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"Lonesome Traveler" had plenty of company Saturday at the Laguna Playhouse gala opening. The Rubicon Theatre Co.'s ode to American folk music had the sold-out audience spontaneously singing along and the enthusiasm didn't end when the curtain came down....
Tags: Bill Cosby, Arts and Culture, Lonesome (movie), Music, Bob Dylan
Folk music, that most uniquely American art form, takes center stage at the Laguna Playhouse with the world premiere of "Lonesome Traveler," covering four decades of the evolving genre. Starting with the mid-1920s and ending in 1965 — when Bob...
Recent reporting and comments about global warming do not include information on the increase in the ocean's sea level, or what properties in Laguna Beach have been threatened or damaged by the rising sea level. In February 2007, the City Council adopted...
There are certain bands that I'm a fan of that have long and winding careers marked by, sometimes several, changes in musical direction. Often times because of the length of their careers combined with the shifts in musical aesthetics some real good...
Lehigh Valley MusicListen Live! Music, the listening-room music venue that opened in Upper Milford Township two years ago and will move to Macungie Institute starting with an open mike this Saturday, has announced its headliner lineup for 2012. Cheryl Wheeler The season.......
Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelWith apologies to Les Paul, Eric Clapton or any other guitar hero you could name, it would be well nigh impossible to find anyone who singularly became identified with a musical genre and a particular instrument more than Earl Scruggs. Scruggs and his...
The Old Town School of Folk Music has had a lot of legendary and influential artists pass through its doors during its 55 years, and many of them have been documented on recordings that up until now have been available only to the school’s music...
Tags: Apple iTunes, Joan Baez, Music, Jeff Tweedy, Steve Earle
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