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The storied L.A. venue announced today that it will officially close in September following a special grand finale concert honoring its history. The full press release is available below...
On April 16th, 1971, in the small town of Lake Jackson, Texas, an angel was born. Her name was Selena Quintanilla. This angel, who was tragically taken from us at the young age of twenty-three, was a Latina superstar before JLo or Shakira or Ricky Martin. Her voice, full of love and joy and heartbre ... More >>
There's plenty of joy to go around for No Doubt fans this week. Recently, it was announced that the iconic OC-bred troupe was picked to perform during the first night of the iHeart Radio festival in Las Vegas, held at the MGM Garden Arena on Sep. 21-22. It's the band's first show in a while and come ... More >>
By: Katrina NattressWorld electronic dance music may not be a genre you hear too often, but Hayla is among its proudest, scantily clad practitioners. Though currently residing in Los Angeles, the multi-talented singer and percussionist draws inspiration from her European and Middle Eastern roots, re ... More >>
With today being the official kickoff of the NAMM convention, expect Anaheim to be flooded with musicians instead of the usual Disneyland crowd. That being said, below are some of the best signings and events of the next few days, beginning this afternoon).
Photo by Meranda CarterIt will be soon be October, and while researching subjects, I was introduced to a sudden influx of female chefs. So we're unofficially dedicating this month to the ladies. And to kick it off, we seek the impossible: tasty Italian in a food court. Gloria Mogollon of Franco's ... More >>
www.thegauntlet.comMaybe the last time you saw Glenn Danzig, he was carrying kitty litter to his car while wearing a Danzig shirt. Or maybe it was when you watched the YouTube video of him getting knocked out with one punch. You could've seen him shaking his hips with Shakira. No? Well, you're in ... More >>
Christopher Victorio/OC WeeklyFrom interviews with Chrissie Hynde to Shakira shaking things up in Anaheim here's the local music news we didn't cover.An actual music review of Shakira's hip shaking at the Honda Center involves commentary on her weight ("thinner than usual") and how she "tore off ... More >>
Christopher Victorio/OC WeeklyThem hips.We've got an amazing slideshow here of Shakira performing at the Honda Center. Click here to see it.And after the jump? Shakira surprised/freaked out fans when she put on an unannounced performance in the parking lot of the Honda Center. We have video!  ... More >>
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