Monday, October 8The Black Keys Honda Center Very rarely does a musical duo produce a sound so dynamic and soulful that listeners mistake them for a quin- or quartet, but that is exactly the mistake one makes when first hearing the Black Keys. The Ohio band comprised of Dan Auerbach (guitar, vocals) ... More >>
Max Maven is a magician and a mentalist. But not in a mental patient sort of way. And not like the TV show either. He uses the power of his mind and your mind, mixed with theatrical skill and raw humor, to deliver an unbelievably entertaining and captivating show. Though Max doesn't consider him ... More >>
Bill Cosby raging about his colonoscopies and Viagra took me by surprise. Well known for his conservative, family-friendly stand up, Cosby has tweaked his act since the 1980s. But don’t get me wrong, this was no raunchy comedy. It was refreshing to hear Cosby sing the Viagra Tune "Doot doot d ... More >>
How and why the Smothers Brothers became the last great comedy duo
The Fabulous Thunderbirds
The Kennedy Center's Willy Wonka
Jan. 18 - Jan. 24
Chi' Chinese Acrobats
Fiddlin away with Natalie Macmaster
Paul Bailey Ensemble: Fuck the Orchestra!
Hoodoo moon phone calls from Dr. John
But Blood, Sweat & Tears make me so very cranky
Lula Washington fights for urban dances life
The art of the John Prine non-interview
Mavis Staples, touched by God
Soul, pop, folk and Neon Leon
So why is Wynton Marsalis such an ass?
Vocal group orgy in Cerritos!
The return of Isaac Hayes
Might Joes Growl is badder than a roomful of James Browns
And Goulet gets ghoulish
But genius trumpter Wynton Marsalis can still blow you away
Big Jay McNeely's back in town
In search of some really good acid jazz
King Arthur has a new CD, and Johnny Mathis is hipper than youll ever be
A roots week during which you may discover the point of the Japanese porn film Empire of the Senses
Seven days of fabulous music
Or is Tom Jones back in town?
Bach, Bartok, Hendrix scream from Kennedy's bow