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Keyboardist Ray Manzarek, the founding member of the Doors whose piercing electric organ sound defined their career-establishing hit “Light My Fire” and most of the L.A. group’s cornerstone songs, died Monday in Germany after a lengthy...
About 7,000 people were on hand at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre last month when Rush was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the Class of 2013, along with Donna Summer, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Heart, Albert King, Quincy Jones and Lou Adler....
Tags: Albert King, Quincy Jones, Gary Clark Jr., Music Industry, Radio
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s upcoming exhibition on the Rolling Stones won’t stop with numerous personal items lent by band members and never previously shared with the public. It also will allow fans to contribute their own photos in...
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What's Johnny Rivers — the Brooklyn-born, Baton Rouge, La.-reared rocker who put 32 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 from 1964 to 1977 — doing headlining the Ventura County Blues Festival on Saturday? "I grew up in south Louisiana," Rivers,...
Rumors that the Beastie Boys would soon be penning a memoir were confirmed on Monday by the book's U.K. publisher, Faber & Faber: "Yes, it is true," the imprint's blog said. The book will be released in the U.S. by Spiegel & Grau, and is planned for...
What’s Johnny Rivers -- the Brooklyn-born, Baton Rouge, La.-reared rocker who put 32 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 from 1964 to 1977 -- doing headlining the Ventura Country Blues Festival on Saturday? “I grew up in south Louisiana,”...
Tags: Mick Jagger, Music Industry, Radio, Entertainment, Music
Southern Californians who missed Vampire Weekend at Coachella over the last two weekends will get another chance to see the New York indie-pop band before long. On Sept. 28, Vampire Weekend is to play the Hollywood Bowl, the venerable outdoor venue...
Earlier this month Pop & Hiss brought you Miguel's characteristically sleek remix of his song "How Many Drinks?" which features a guest verse from Kendrick Lamar. Now there's a characteristically sleek video to go with it: On Friday, the two L.A.-...
In the aftermath of Monday’s deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon, sports teams have been playing Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” in efforts to give solace to those affected by the tragedy. “What resonates for me...
It was an emotional roller-coaster at the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony Thursday night in Los Angeles, even more so than usual for the annual event. Consider disco queen Donna Summer, whose husband and three daughters accepted the...
This post has been updated. See note below for details. “It’s a good year to be having this in L.A.,” said Greg Harris, the new president and chief executive of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, referring to tonight’s...
On his own and as a member of Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young), two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Stephen Stills has taken part in many a benefit concert over the last four decades, but usually his role has been that of rock singer...
Tags: Gainesville, Autism Speaks, Music Industry, Concerts, Don Felder
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