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  • Album review: Shooter Jennings' 'Family Man'

     
    After the psychedelic dystopia of 2010’s “Black Ribbons,” Shooter Jennings returns to his dust-kicker roots on “Family Man.” Or, more specifically, as he blows out in one breath on “The Real Me”: “I’...
  • Album review: Toby Keith's 'Clancy’s Tavern'

     
    The title track of Toby Keith’s latest celebrates a favorite watering hole and its denizens. Lyrically, it’s in the vein of his 2003 hit “I Love This Bar,” but the descriptive details and lilting waltz pulse make it thematically...
  • Art world responds to death of Kenneth Price

     
    The art community mourns the loss of ceramics artist Kenneth Price who died early Friday at his home in Taos, N.M....
  • Album review: LeAnn Rimes' 'Lady & Gentlemen'

     
    Country diva LeAnn Rimes has been contending lately with flak from image-conscious types over paparazzi photos of her slimmed-down physique, but her leaner, meaner approach to a batch of classic country songs for her latest collection is mostly good news....
  • Times Food Editor Russ Parsons has ribs in his head

     
    Sunday found me in a Texas state of mind. And not just because of the Mavs (but as long as we’re on the subject, let’s hear a big shout-out for old guys!). Honestly, it was mostly the ribs on the......
  • Rock Stars Die in Plane Crash, Feb. 3, 1959

     
    [Note: Here's a repost of an item from two years ago... lrh] Ritchie Valens' Roots Los Angeles Times, July 19, 1987 Los Angeles Times file photo Ritchie Valens, 1941 - 1959 By GREGG BARRIOS WATSONVILLE, Calif. -- "I still remember......
  • Album review: Hayes Carll's 'KMAG YOYO'

     
    You can’t listen to this freewheeling Texas singer and songwriter long without becoming thoroughly convinced that he’s a full-blooded relative of Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb and Merle Haggard. Waylon Jennings’ famous observation about...
  • Stagecoach: David Serby, Stealing Angels, the Cleverlys, Lukas Nelson bring twang to the desert

     
    "You'll hear plenty of rock 'n' roll later today, trust me," Southland alt-country musician David Serby announced during his festival-opening set Saturday at the Stagecoach country music festival in Indio. That was his rationale for ambitiously diving...
  • Question of the day: Which consecutive-game streak was more impressive, Brett Favre’s or Cal Ripken’s? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. will weigh in on the topic. Please check back throughout the day, vote in the poll and feel free to leave a response of your own. [Updated at 10:12 a.m.: Who had the most impressive......
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did Cy Young and Amos Rusie help keep Zane Grey from becoming a pro baseball player?

     
    BASEBALL LEGEND: Amos Rusie and Cy Young helped to keep Zane Grey from becoming a major league pitcher. STATUS: True (in a roundabout way). Pearl Zane Grey (better known as just Zane Grey) was one of the most prolific and......
  • Album review: Toby Keith's 'Bullets in the Gun'

     
    Toby Keith has a genuine gift for writing blue-collar scenarios full of imagery that's ready-made for music videos. Case in point: The new album's first single, “Trailerhood,” paints a scene of guys with beer guts and poker-playing old coots living......