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King Crimson coming to Greek Theatre

King Crimson To Tour North America Summer 2017 To Accompany Forthcoming Live EP “Heroes” Seminal rock band King Crimson begins their 2017 North American tour with the summer leg including a 17-show run spanning June 11 to July 10. The “Radical […]

King Crimson coming to Greek Theatre

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King Crimson To Tour North America Summer 2017 To Accompany Forthcoming Live EP “Heroes” Seminal rock band King Crimson begins their 2017 North American tour with the summer leg including a 17-show run spanning June 11 to July 10. The “Radical […]

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Elvin Bishop to play at Del Mar Fairgrounds

Elvin Bishop's latest CD, ELVIN BISHOP'S BIG FUN TRIO, is rootsy, spirited, soulful and smile-inducing blues, performed by serious musicians hell-bent on having a good time. ELVIN BISHOP'S BIG

Marcia Ball and Lil’ Ed to perform in San Diego in May

ALLIGATOR ARTISTS TO PERFORM IN SAN DIEGO! Alligator Records artists Marcia Ball and Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials will perform at the Gator By The Bay Festival in San

Don Carlos: Twenty minutes with the reggae legend

With his signature sweet voice and a successful career spanning over four decades, Don Carlos is unquestionably a legendary figure in reggae music. The worldwide appeal of Carlos’ unique

Fortunate Youth: Twenty minutes with frontman Dan Kelly

Fortunate Youth is a six-piece reggae band with roots in Hermosa Beach, California. Since 2009 it has toured heavily in the United States and overseas and its albums and individual

Rock-n-Roll legend Chuck Berry has died

The man who invented rock-n-roll guitar, who introduced rock-n-roll to the world in 1953 — one of the most covered rock-n-roll songwriters of all time (the Grateful Dead, Rolling

Grammy Awards about to begin at Staples Center

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards are set to begin at 5 p.m. PT. A star-studded Red Carpet show is taking place as musical artists from around the world descend

Jazz singer Al jarreau has died

Jazz singer Al Jarreau passed away here in Los Angeles. He had been hospitalized for exhaustion shortly before he died. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin-born singer, Alwin Lopez Jarreau, started his music

Tommy Castro and the Painkillers will tour Southern California

"Funky Southern soul, big city blues and classic rock… silvery guitar licks that simultaneously sound familiar and fresh" --San Francisco Chronicle Tommy Castro & The Painkillers, touring in support of

Reggae Renaissance at BNV Productions in Burbank

“BNV Productions is strictly a mom and pop operation — we don’t have rules here; we can do whatever we want,” said Brian Vasquez, co-owner of BNV Productions, a

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