August Brown covers pop music, the music industry and nightlife policy at the Los Angeles Times.
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Ballroom dancing has been a draw for older immigrants in Southern California, an art form that’s not only popular in their countries of origin but also one that’s embraced, recognized and accessible in the U.S.
Senators from both sides of the aisle questioned Live Nation/Ticketmaster’s alleged monopoly, part of the fallout from November’s Taylor Swift on-sale fiasco.
The new wave and goth-rock fest, set to take place at Brookside at the Rose Bowl, will also feature Echo and the Bunnymen, Human League and Billy Idol.
El Festival de Música y Artes de Coachella Valley 2023, que regresa del 14 al 16 de abril y del 21 al 23 de abril, es la primera edición encabezada en su totalidad por artistas no blancos.
The 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which returns April 14-16 and April 21-23, is the first edition headlined entirely by nonwhite artists.
Rihanna at the Super Bowl, Frank Ocean at Coachella and Taylor Swift, Billy Joel and Metallica (not all together) at SoFi: 2023 promises something for everyone.
The shuttering of beloved Echo Park rehearsal and recording complex Bedrock marks the loss of yet another small business amid the area’s increasing gentrification.
A new 13-track R. Kelly album called ‘I Admit It’ could be found on streaming services today, although who’s behind its release remains a mystery.
Palm Desert’s Acrisure Arena is the first venue of its size in the Coachella Valley. Local officials, wary of gentrification, say ‘the pros outweigh the cons.’