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1 hr ago | The Morning Call
Bethlehem native AJ Swearingen has been a familiar voice in the Lehigh Valley. For many years he has presented a Simon and Garfunkel retrospective with Jonathan Beedle.
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5 hrs ago | Halstead Gazette
Paul Hutchinson and Paul Sartin, known as Belshazzar's Feast, will finally appear in the town after years of trying to arrange a date with organisers.
9 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
Tourism promoters say the state's advertising campaign to let people know the Jersey shore was open for business this year was good, but came too late to save the summer.
11 hrs ago | Reuters
A Ukrainian Eurovision song contest winner is pushing her voice to the limit belting out songs nightly to keep up the morale of protesters camped out a snowy Kiev square - the unlikely figurehead of movement to oust President Viktor Yanukovich.
15 hrs ago | Torontoist
Michael Ignatieff's new memoir, Fire and Ashes , details the inner workings of Canadian political culture.
On an unusually warm Wednesday night in November, small groups of people stand at the entrance of the Jalopy Theatre in Red Hook - familiar faces of the combination theater, music school, guitar shop, and bar, like co-owner Geoff Wiley and Bob Dylan aficionado Wyndham Baird.
Leo Kottke-innovative acoustic guitar virtuoso, vocalist and fan favorite-will appear in concert as part of the Master Artists Series at Santa Fe College at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 11, 2014, in the Fine Arts Hall at the Northwest Campus, 3000 NW 83 Street, Gainesville.
As far as she can figure, folk diva Dar Williams hasn't played in Central Texas since 2008.
WHILE all of us complain when we start hearing Slade belting out Christmas classics in November, Noddy Holder just hears the sweet ka-ching of the royalties rolling in.
It's that time of year: holiday music time. And with holiday music comes all the strange and twisted things we sometimes think we're hearing.
The first headliners for next year's Latitude arts and music festival have been announced, with Irish indie rockers Two Door Cinema Club making their first festival headline appearance at the event.
The movie begins where it will end, with Davis onstage at the Gaslight, one of the West Village venues for a musical movement that, in the early '60s, was caught in a loop of its own, believing it was the start of something rather than the finish.
Roger Sprung, an internationally known banjo player and teacher, leads a spaghetti and bluegrass jam session on the first Saturday of each month at the Newtown United Methodist Church, near Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The iconic singer tells a Boston radio station that he and his former bandmates are "earmarking 2015," which is the 40th anniversary of the group's breakup.
Officers have massed outside the camp in Independence Square, having attempted to dismantle barricades before moving back after those demonstrating resisted.
Break out the vodka: Jack and Karen are teaming back up. Megan Mullally will appear alongside her former "Will & Grace" sidekick Sean Hayes in a future episode of his freshman NBC sitcom "Sean Saves the World," TVLine reports.
From Liz G.: "I grew up in an American community in Saudi Arabia. Here I am in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, in 1978 or '79 with my beloved 'Grease' album.