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One of rock's nastier secrets is that the Rolling Stones' peerless timekeeper , Charlie Watts, is a closet jazz freak. Between Stones tours, Watts tries to re-ignite his early jazz connections--and…
You might think the daughter of a Cuban comic and his wife, a Puerto Rican exotic dancer, could come up with some colorful recollections. With Marga Gomez, who is that daughter, you'd be right.
Play chronicles the rise of the Order, a white-supremacist group based in the Northwest that embarked on a yearlong crime spree that included robbery, counterfeiting and the murder of Alan Berg, the…
New Jersey's Brendan Byrne Arena threw a welcoming party for the state's favorite son, and that son, Bruce Springsteen, delivered his trademark rock 'n' roll marathon to a crowd of adoring fans.
Ice-T and Body Count's much balleyhooed return to the Southern California concert stage Friday was almost as unsettling as the idea of censorship.
Disney's isn't the only recent musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid." Public-domain original, adapted and transplanted to Caribbean by Trinidadian novelist Rosa Guy in…
Moving into an extended run at the Odyssey, Theatre 40's production of "Seven Sundays" by Michael Scott Reed offers a simple, poignant study of two men who get to know each other while one is dying…
Part feminist parable and part girlie show, "Sirens of Seduction" would be hopelessly incongruous even if its authors had aspired to create something more than an extended sitcom. First-time…
While the Democrats in New York were polling their delegates, Richard Marx was having a roll call of his own, drawing upon his array of Top 10 singles to please the masses at the July 15 Greek…
Pairing Mel Torme and Peggy Lee is such a natural idea that it's surprising to learn that it hasn't been done since 1951. Stepping into the vacuum, the Philharmonic Assn. delivered this historic coup…