There's one stipulation that comes with our invitation to visit Jeff Lynne at his house: Don't tell anyone where he lives. This is mentioned more than once. You see, Lynne is a bit of a homebody. Kind of private. In the opening scene of the new documentary chronicling Lynne's life and work, Mr Blue ... More >>
The Hollywood Forever Cemetery has become synonymous with rock 'n' roll thanks to great live shows (recently, Patrick Wolf and Jens Lekman) and its popular Cinespia screenings. But its headstones are what makes it sacred ground for music fans. Even Morrissey says he wants to be buried there.
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Norm HarrisStory by David Konow
Norm Harris has been in business selling rare and vintage guitars since 1967, before there was there was the term "vintage guitar," and he says he's never had a bad year. Even with the recent economic downturn, Norm's Rare Guitars, which has always been locate ... More >>
Our Broward-Palm Beach New Times colleague Ryan Burk recently stirred up quite a healthy debate in the reader feedback section of his blog post, "Top Five Worst Beatles Songs" with comments ranging from Snarfblatt's supportive, "This is a spot-on review," to Chris Clouston's "You sh ... More >>
Timothy NorrisEven the machinery was flashing the horns.
Nothing says "I love you" like a cover song. Artists at Coachella like to acknowledge their influences, love to thrill the crowd with a surprise singalong. This year bands drew from music of many genres, from ragtime to post punk to hip hop. ... More >>
Harry Nilsson Tribute
Bordello, Jan. 15
"Happy Birthday, Harry," one of the band's singers said into his mic before a bandmate whispers in his ear. "What? Oh. It's not his birthday." No, it was 14 years ago today that Harry Nilsson's heart gave out.
It's appropriate though that tonight's celebra ... More >>