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Kiss announces Irvine concert as band returns to finish its The End of the Road Tour

Rock band Kiss announced it would finally complete the last leg of its The End of the Road farewell tour, which was cut short in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The band rescheduled dates and added a few more stops for this year, including an evening at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine Thursday, Sept. 9. Tickets for that show go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, June 18 at Upgrades and details for an exclusive presale for the Kiss Army can be found at Kiss formed in N...
Tags: Music, New York City, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Dubai, Kiss, Morrissey, Cypress Hill, Concerts, Inglewood, Simmons, Roll Hall of Fame, Hollywood Park, Devo

Dropkick Murphys and Rancid will bring tour to Los Angeles and Santa Ana

Punk rock bands Dropkick Murphys and Rancid are hitting the road together later this summer with support from The Bronx. The trek kicks off in August and comes to California for multiple dates in October with shows at Frost Amphitheater in Palo Alto Thursday, Oct. 7; a festival performance at Aftershock at Discovery Park in Sacramento Friday, Oct. 8; the Observatory OC Festival Grounds in Santa Ana Saturday, Oct. 9; Gallagher Square Park at Petco Park in San Diego Sunday, Oct. 10; Vina Robles Am...
Tags: Music, California, Boston, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Palo Alto, Things To Do, Soccer, New Zealand, San Diego, Dropkick Murphys, Morrissey, Cypress Hill, Paso Robles, Tim Armstrong

Cypress Hill will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its debut at The Shrine Auditorium

Cypress Hill just announced it would celebrate the 30th anniversary of its self-titled debut with a co-headlining tour with Atmosphere and special guests Z-Trip. The jaunt kicks off on Aug. 6 and and stops in the West Parking Lot at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Friday, Aug. 13 and Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheatre in San Diego on Saturday, Aug. 14. Tickets are $54.50-$60 and are now on sale at VIP packages including meet and greet options are available for $155-$255 also at...
Tags: Music, Beck, Los Angeles, Sport, Park, Things To Do, Soccer, Showtime, New Zealand, San Diego, Cypress Hill, Concerts, Hollywood Park, Devo, Norco, South Gate

Devo and Black Pumas will christen Hollywood Park’s new Performance Venue

Rock band Devo and psychedelic soul group Black Pumas will be among the first artists to take the stage at the all-new Performance Venue located at the sprawling Hollywood Park and under the same roof as SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. (And yes, we’re told that’s what the name of the performance venue is — Performance Venue — at least for now.) The 6,000-capacity theater is scheduled to open later this year with Latin rock band Caifanes kicking things off on Sept. 4, though it’s possible more acts ma...
Tags: Music, New York, California, Beck, Sport, Park, Austin, Things To Do, Soccer, New Zealand, North America, Pasadena, Rose Bowl, Ticketmaster, Concerts, Inglewood

Second Good Music… Comp Features 77 Previously Unreleased Tracks From Pearl Jam, David Byrne, Jenny Lewis, & More

Earlier this month, a bunch of artists came together to release a limited-time-only benefit compilation called Good Music To Avert The Collapse Of American Democracy that was up on Bandcamp for only 24 hours before it was removed. This Friday (10/2) is Bandcamp's next Bandcamp Friday, when the service waives their revenue share, … More »
Tags: Music, News, Pink Floyd, The War On Drugs, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, My Morning Jacket, Andrew Bird, Mark Ronson, Little Dragon, Arcade Fire, Killer Mike, Whitney, Nina Simone, Jenny Lewis, Fleet Foxes, Joe Cocker

100 years after her birth, Peggy Lee celebrated with a book on her ‘Century of Song’

Tish Oney was a doctoral student in search of a dissertation when she met the daughter of singer Peggy Lee at a jazz conference in 2004. “Nicki Lee Foster was in a room full of 600 jazz singers and stood up and said, ‘I’m Peggy Lee’s daughter,’ and got this long round of applause,” Oney says from her home in Greenville, S.C. “And she said, ‘I’m here just to say I want you to know that my mother had a legacy of her own as a songwriter, as a composer, and that was the legacy that she wanted people...
Tags: Books, Music, Ray Bradbury, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Paul Mccartney, Joan Didion, Syracuse, University Of Southern California, Greenville, Capitol Records, Don, Lee, Peggy Lee

Who Should Win, And Who Will Win, At The 2020 Grammys

PROGRAMMING NOTE: The Week In Pop is moving to Mondays! Today's installment will be the final Thursday column. Look for the first Monday column just four days from now, on Jan. 27. The Grammys are this weekend. You probably know this because the Recording Academy is mired in scandal right now, with allegations of corruption … More »
Tags: Music, Lana Del Rey, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Jimmy Fallon, Rihanna, Future, Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, Chris Martin, Selena Gomez, Coldplay, Lady Gaga, Drake, Seth Meyers, James Corden

Here’s Why Artists Who Aren’t That New Keep Getting Nominated for the Best New Artist Grammy

Best New Artist: it sounds like the promise of a career about to take flight. But for many recipients of this breakout Grammy Award, the label has turned out to be a bittersweet one with a mixed track record of predicting future success — not to mention the burden of expectation it brings. And in the last decade, the award has been subject to shifting eligibility requirements, resulting in a title of dubious value which attempts to measure an artist’s potential while also designating them a...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, News, Uncategorized, Awards, Adele, Alaska, Carrie Underwood, Lady Gaga, Getty, Louisiana, Macklemore, Grammys, Academy, Staples Center, Zedd

Everything You Need to Know About the 2020 Grammys

Another year, another awards season, another evening of Grammys. Music’s biggest night returns with the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, and it’s shaping up to be a battle of some of the past year’s most memorable entertainment personalities, from TIME’s Entertainer of the Year Lizzo to teen wunderkind and upcoming James Bond theme singer Billie Eilish to trailblazing chart supernova Lil Nas X. It’s also a tumultuous time for the Recording Academy, from which President and CEO Deborah ...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, Lana Del Rey, News, Taylor Swift, Obama, Rihanna, Bonnie Raitt, Uncategorized, Awards, Spain, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, Gwen Stefani

Tonight in L.A.: Black Pumas, Jade Bird, Dean Lewis, Luke Combs, Rich Brian, the Legendary Pink Dots, Municipal Waste, Alika, Creating Monsters, Claire George, Yelawolf, the Shelters, Sleeplust

L.A. concerts for Wednesday: ► Acclaimed Austin psych-soul outfit Black Pumas visit the Regent Theater in support of their self-titled debut album, with Neil Francis opening. ► British singer-songwriter Jade Bird headlines the Fonda Theatre, with Flyte supporting. ► Thrash metallers Municipal Waste head up a night of heavy music at the Teragram Ballroom, with Napalm Death, Sick of It All and Take Offense supporting. ► Aussie singer-songwriter Dean Lewis holds forth at the Wiltern, with Scott Hel...
Tags: Music, Preview, Neil Francis, The Shelters, Bootleg Theater, Municipal Waste, Mikal Cronin, Wiltern, Teragram Ballroom, FLYTE, Fonda Theatre, John Schneider, Nik Freitas, Don Krez, Benoit, Campbells

This Week’s Shows: Oct. 21-27

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Tool, Jonas Brothers, Lizzo, Lauv, Half•Alive, Teleskopes, Maisie Peters, Landon Cube, Luke Combs, Mumiy Troll, Caravan Palace, Rick Wakeman, Nai Palm, Delta Rae, Dante Elephante, Ruby Friedman, the Flusters, Chloe Lilac, Tara Jane O’Neil, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Ghostemane, We Go Holic, Rich Brian, Jade Bird, Municipal Waste, Dean Lewis, Black Pumas, the Legendary Pink Dots, Nik Freitas, Creating Monsters, Juliuss, Annie Bosko, Meute, Lily Waters, the Shelters, Sle...
Tags: Preview, Sandy) Alex G, Agnostic Front, Aldous Harding, Amon Amarth, Annie Bosko, Balvin, Black Pumas, Booba, Brasstracks, Brent Cobb, Caravan Palace, Caroline Polachek, Chase Rice, Chloe Lilac, Cory Wong

Pickathon 2018 lineup (Broken Social Scene, Built to Spill, Phosphorescent, more)

The lineup also includes Sam Amidon, Bedouine, Circuit des Yeux, Cut Worms, Ezra Furman, Hailu Mergia, Haley Heynderickx, Jamila Woods, Jen Cloher, The Weather Station, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Pickathon, Broken Social Scene, Andrew Sacher, Sierra Hull, Wand, Sam Amidon, Hailu Mergia, Jamila Woods, Valley Queen, Jen Cloher, Blind Boys of Alabama, Phil Cook, Ezra Furman

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