Music

Joshua Redman

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Since winning the 1991 Thelonious Monk Intl. Saxophone Competition, Joshua Redman has established himself as a formidable presence, whether leading an organ trio, a hard bop quartet or a larger…

Pharrell

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Auteurs Woody Allen and Spike Lee get grief from critics all the time for stepping out from behind their cameras and into their pics. In the music world, sonic auteurs -- the producers -- usually…

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Paul Tollett

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To any of the 120,000 ticketholders at April's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., it would be difficult to imagine that the showcase barely survived its first year.

Timbaland

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Unlike the work of most pop producers, Tim "Timbaland" Mosley's beats and left-field style are so distinctive, you can tell one of his joints the minute it jumps off.

Simon Cowell

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No matter how many Kellys, Clays or Taylors are created by "American Idol," the Fox show's face will always be Simon Cowell. His straightforward and, on occasion, caustic manner makes him an easy…

Arctic Monkeys

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The Arctic Monkeys rank mighty high on Britain's list of important exports. And while this frightfully young Manchester-bred bunch certainly fell into that category when the notoriously trendy U.K…

Bob Dylan

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Since Bob Dylan took to XM's airwaves in May, he has been proffering some of the most obscure music any of the channels plays. Thematically arranging his hourlong show, he digs through ancient bins…

KT Tunstall

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As much as KT Tunstall has been part of the musical fabric of 2006 in America, she received a considerable head start across the Atlantic.

Jamie King

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Wherever there is a pop diva performing, chances are Jamie King is backstage. A choreographer by trade, King has become the go-to guy for many artists including Madonna, Christina Aguilera and…

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