And other March 14-20 concerts
It's My Party and I'll Cry If I Want To
For the week of Dec. 21 - 27
Artists giving away their music for free: a prehistory
Our critics’ guide to the very best of LAFF
The Town the Law Forgot by JEFFREY ANDERSON. No Peace in the Valley by STEVEN MIKULAN. Li'l Dickens Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Make Love to the Vice President by JERRY STAHL
The Good, the Bad & the Queen’s superstar serenade
For the week of June 15 - 22
Dr. Israel and Heavyweight Dub Champion at the Knitting Factory, Monday.
LES SAVY FAV, THE HOLD STEADY, THUNDERBIRDS ARE NOW, SWEARING AT MOTORISTS at Avalon, February 21
And other picks for Tuesday January 31
With their debut, the Living Things pose the question: Is the world ready for political glitter?
Panoramic producer Danger Mouse orchestrated some of 2005’s most memorable moments. He’s just warming up
L.A.’s fave band-you-love-to-hate ask: What’s wrong with rockin’ like high school?
Hardcore provocateur Eugene Robinson searches for the almost-perfect punch
Hip-hop’s storied past
Nightlife by the numbers
The return of protest rock
The once and future music of revolution
Why what was old and lost and a bit odd is young and new — and exciting — again
The history of Dodger Stadium: A ghost story
You can’t dance to everything
Joe Strummer’s rebel waltz
Never mind the bollocks, reissues can be newer than new
Beachwood Sparks, sons of the pioneers
Facing my second millennium of theater
The Go-Go's: Breaking up is hard to do.
At work and play in musical L.A.
Growing old with Alice Cooper
Our wicked, wicked ways
The farmer's life on Frontline; plus Olivier, retrospectively, at MTR
In the Realm of the Senses
Jimi: Still raining, still dreaming
Plays about the birds, the trees and men in drag