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  • Renee Fleming will sing arias, lieder and rock 'n' roll in Costa Mesa — and maybe 'Happy Birthday, dear Henry'

     
    Renee Fleming's concert in Costa Mesa will be a little bit classical, a little bit rock 'n' roll...
  • Times music writers pick their favorite albums of 2010

     
    In this day and age, critical consensus is hard to come by in the world of popular music. There are as many musical subgenres in 2010 as there were album releases four decades ago, and even the most plugged-in fan......
  • Book review: 'Soul Mining' by Daniel Lanois

    Book review: 'Soul Mining' by Daniel Lanois
    Daniel Lanois loves shadows — in his rooms, in his photographs and most famously in the atmospheric music he has produced for himself and such artists as Bob Dylan, U2 and Peter Gabriel, in which sonic shadows lend dimension and an air of mystery....
  • Weekend jazz picks: The Bad Plus, 'Feed the Blue Whale' and more

     
    Thursday-Friday In 10 years of existence, the Bad Plus has somehow become easy to take for granted. Since breaking out with "These Are the Vistas" back in 2003, the group has specialized in a tough-to-categorize and tougher-to-resist brand of acrobatic......
  • Cruising on sonic waters: New works from Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois

     
    Musician-producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois have guided, sometimes together, some of rock’s most sustaining albums, in addition to their own groundbreaking ambient projects. For a quick refresher, Lanois oversaw U2’s “The Joshua Tree” (with...
  • South Africa's Johnny Clegg returns with first U.S. album in 17 years

     
    When South African musician Johnny Clegg started playing music in earnest in the 1970s, he was something of a trendsetter, one who assembled an integrated band of white and black musicians at a time when his nation’s government officially sanctioned.......
  • Neil Young and Daniel Lanois click on 'Le Noise'

    Neil Young and Daniel Lanois click on 'Le Noise'
    WOODSIDE, Calif. —It's a pronounced climb up a winding road to the hilltop restaurant where Neil Young and Daniel Lanois have ensconced themselves for an afternoon to talk about their singular new collaboration, "Le Noise." Sitting on an enclosed...
  • Neil Young and Daniel Lanois: 'Le Noise' collaboration started with YouTube

     
    Want a gig working with a Grammy-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member? Try posting a smart video on YouTube. That’s how it worked for Daniel Lanois, who recently wrapped up work producing a new album for one of......
  • Cyndi Lauper Friday night at the Greek Theatre

     
    It's been more than 25 years since her hit "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," and pop chameleon Cyndi Lauper is still shaking things up. Her previous album "Brink Ya to the Brink" delved into Euro-dance. Her latest, "Memphis Blues," covers classic blues --...
  • Michael Been dies at 60; singer was a founding member of rock band the Call

    Michael Been dies at 60; singer was a founding member of rock band the Call
    Michael Been, a singer, songwriter, guitarist and founding member of the Northern California modern rock band the Call, which broke out with the 1983 MTV hit "The Walls Came Down," has died. He was 60. Been (pronounced Bean) died Thursday after suffering...
  • Live review: Jakob Dylan at the Wiltern

     
    It couldn’t have been by accident that the Wiltern Theatre’s stage lights were angled Thursday night so that Jakob Dylan’s signature fedora rendered the upper part of his face obscured for much of his homecoming concert. For much of the......