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Ben Keith, a veteran steel guitarist who played on Patsy Cline's 1961 hit "I Fall to Pieces" before befriending Neil Young and going on to play on more than a dozen of the Canadian rocker's albums, has died. He was 73. -------------------- FOR THE...
Company TownNew Mexico is determined to stay in the Hollywood limelight. Much to the chagrin of California, New Mexico has emerged as a major draw for movies and TV shows in recent years. Credit a generous 25% film production rebate, favorable......
Reunited: Flesh-n-Bone talks Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, prison, and working with Eazy-E, 2Pac, and The Notorious B.I.G.Pop & HissOn the final night of SXSW, a savage cold front swept into Austin causing the mercury to plummet to near freezing levels. Unprepared for the sudden shift, most attendees flocked to indoor venues, save for a few thousand stalwarts who......
Alex Chilton, the mercurial leader of the Box Tops and Big Star who burst from the Memphis music scene in 1967 singing "The Letter" in the smoke-gravel voice of a grizzled soul man even though he was just 16 at the time, has died. He was 59. Chilton...
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Los Angeles singer and songwriter Sam Phillips turned up recently for a small-scale show at Hollywood's Hotel Café. Playing for an intimate audience of several dozen, she was testing on a live audience new material she's been working on in her home...
Pop & HissAmong other attributes of Sam Phillipsâ Long Play music and art installation on the Web, the singer-songwriter figured that her eco-friendly subscribers would appreciate the aspect of recording and distributing music digitally, without using up more...
Corey Gash stands gazing at an old rusted motor lying on the concrete floor of his workshop. Dressed in jeans and sneakers tied with bright orange laces, Gash is in his element, surrounded by weathered doors and stacks of reclaimed wooden beams at his...
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Is there a more mythic band than Led Zeppelin? At the pinnacle of their success, with Robert Plant's hair lighted by stadium lights, they looked like they'd just come down off Mt. Olympus. "Plant," writes Mick Wall in his new book "When Giants Walked...
Pop & HissThe Besnard Lake's Jace Lasek may hail from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, but when the band comes to Los Angeles this week it will be a sonic homecoming of sorts. Hollywood-ready plot lines are stitched throughout the band's three......
Roy DeCarava, an art photographer whose pictures of everyday life in Harlem helped clarify the African American experience for a wider audience, has died. He was 89. He died Tuesday in New York City, his daughter Wendy DeCarava said. The cause was not...
Bob Keane, who founded the West Coast independent label Del-Fi Records in the 1950s and is best known for discovering and recording rock legend Ritchie Valens, has died. He was 87. Keane, who survived non- Hodgkins lymphoma diagnosed when he was 80, died...
In a campaign where jobs and unemployment have become a signature issue, the two candidates seeking to replace former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel are fighting over who will do more to stem the exodus of Hollywood production. With feature...
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