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‘Larger Than Life’ Manager and Producer Jerry Weintraub Remembered at Grammy Museum Event

“He was the progenitor. Jerry did it first. Then came David Geffen and Irving Azoff.” Jerry Weintraub, who was a major force in the entertainment industry for 45 years until his death in 2015, was remembered in a panel discussion at the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live on Thursday night (Aug. 15). The panelists kept...

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European Opera Houses Standing By Placido Domingo… For Now

“That he was a Don Juan was something everyone knew,” writes the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. While two U.S. opera houses immediately canceled performances by famed tenor Placido Domingo following sexual harassment allegations, European opera houses are taking stances ranging from supportive to wait-and-see. The Philadelphia Orchestra and San Francisco Opera immediately announced they would...

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Ms. Lauryn Hill and H.E.R. to Play Hollywood Bowl for One Night Only

Grammy-award winning musicians Lauryn Hill and H.E.R. have announced a special performance at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 16. The concert will be a one-night only experience at the iconic venue in Los Angeles. The October performance will bring together two generations of R&B greats. Multi-platinum artist Ms. Lauryn Hill rose to prominence as the...

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Lionel Richie at the Hollywood Bowl: 45 Years On, He Played the Hits ‘All Night Long’

Commodores were somewhat overshadowed in their prime by Earth, Wind & Fire. But the group’s material has stood the test of time. Lionel Richie brought his Hello Hits! tour to the legendary Hollywood Bowl on Monday night (Aug. 5). It has been 45 years, almost to the week, since Richie landed his first top 30 hit...

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The 69 Best Alternative Rock Songs of 1999

1999 essentially marked the end of the alternative dream floated by punk bands in the ’80s, sold by record companies in the ’90s, and eventually rebooted in the Garden State ’00s. Five years earlier, alternative-minded Gen-Xers made Woodstock ’94 their own by throwing mud (Green Day) or wearing mud (Nine Inch Nails). Woodstock ’99 was,...

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