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Honoree Bruce Springsteen, right, and Patti Scialfa arrive at Springsteen's MusiCares Person of the Year tribute at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday Feb. 8, 2013, in Los Angeles.
Huntington Beach Independent
The Go-Go's head to OC Fair with a new beat and big plans
She saved up her allowance to buy the needed components for a drum set, and the neighbors in her hometown of Baltimore didn't mind hearing the banging, smashing and crashing.
Bruce Springsteen's 15-night Meadowlands stand in 1999: A look back
Driving into the Meadowlands' parking lot on the afternoon of July 15, 1999, the anticipation and excitement were already heavy in the air.
This Week in Music History
They practiced for a full 19 hours at The Record Plant in New York City to get ready.
Concert Vault's new YouTube channel opens wealth of rare footage
Concert Vault 's new partnership with YouTube is bringing many of the clips that its members have been seeing to the public for free on its new Music Vault channel , Bill Antonucci, the Vault's content editor, told Vintage Rock 'n' Roll Examiner.
Zac Brown Band Rocks Sold Out Fenway Park
Proving that Boston Red Sox are not the only men with beards allowed on the hallowed grounds at Fenway Park, the now eight men strong Zac Brown Band recently played two sold out shows at the ballpark Friday, June 27 and Saturday, June 28. The country jam outfit's ability to sell out a 70,000-plus crowd at Fenway now places them in elite musical ... (more)
TV quiz show puts Bruce Springsteen in 'Jeopardy,' Rolling Stone reports
It could have been "Glory Days" indeed for any Bruce Springsteen fan who might have been a contestant on Thursday night's episode of "Jeopardy."
Barry Ollman 'What'll it be?'
Barry Ollman has been making music since the age of eight, but it took a burst of creativity later in life to give rise to this surprising and elegant musical statement.
Yesterday, at the BB&T Center, radio hip-hop was showcased in all its glory and folly for 103.5 The Beat's the Beat Down.