Maybe the sold-out Cranberries' show, following the group's sophomore album, "No Need to Argue," should have been billed as the Dolores O'Riordan show.
Aerosmith's act hasn't changed much over the years, and Saturday's rock-out at the Glen Helen Pavilion showed why. Their music has become a bit more safe, less rebellious, leaning more to the pop…
Overall, Frente!'s approach to their Palace performance was like unpolluted air, clean and spacious, particularly with their two hit singles -- a sparse, acoustic guitar and vocal version of New…
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One of the appeals of Everything but the Girl's folk/pop style -- their string and horn arrangements with splashes of jazz -- distinguishes them from many of their colleagues.
Success so often spoils a great musical performer, replacing angst with comfort and complacency. This is not the case for Bonnie Raitt. Her sold-out Hollywood Bowl performance proved it. In fact…
Supporting their newest Columbia "Dulcinea," Toad the Wet Sprocket packed in a youthful, mostly under 20 crowd at Fairfax High auditorium. Their impressive set certainly had the audience leaving the…
Milla Jovovich's performance behind her SBK debut album "Divine Comedy" blatantly flaunted her training as a professional model and actress ("Chaplin, ""Return to the Blue Lagoon,""Dazed and…
After traveling through the rest of the country for two years, the third annual Horde (Horizons of Rock Developing Everywhere) festival finally made its way to the Los Angeles area. The all-day…
For any song lover, opening night for the Eagles reunion concert tour was elation -- a feeding frenzy. The three-hour set was filled with many great songs , both from their time together and their…
David Wilcox's boyish sensitivity appeals to the coffeehouse crowd who immerse themselves in his clever, poetic lyrics.
After five albums and numerous subsequent concert tours, one would think the Cowboy Junkies might have learned how to breathe some excitement into their show.