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To combat coronavirus, turn hand washing into karaoke with this site
Miley Cyrus, Blink-182, Troye Sivan and more are using the "Wash Your Lyrics" site to make 20-second hand washes more fun during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Burt Bacharach, 91, would love to collaborate with Billie Eilish. Who says no?
Legendary songwriter Burt Bacharach just signed a new publishing deal.
2020-03-11 17:42:55
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Best concerts in L.A. this week: Dolly Parton, the Strokes, a tribute to Kim Shattuck
This week's concert picks include gatherings in tribute to two female icons: Dolly Parton and the late Kim Shattuck.
2020-03-11 16:09:05
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Watch Katy Perry reveal her pregnancy to her dying grandmother
In a precious video posted Monday on Instagram, Katy Perry tells her dying grandmother at her hospital bedside that she's pregnant.
2020-03-10 18:44:36
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Pearl Jam postpones North American tour because of coronavirus
Pearl Jam's postponement of its North American tour marks the first major cancellation of a concert tour in the U.S. because of the spread of coronavirus.
2020-03-10 05:10:33
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We went face-to-masked-face with viral sensation RMR and it was ... strange
A face-to-masked-face encounter with singer RMR, whose remake of a Rascal Flatts song, and its accompanying gun-laden video, went viral last week.
2020-03-10 04:07:07
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Classical music in L.A. this week: Pink Martini with Pacific Symphony and more
Classical music concerts in L.A. this week for March 8-15 include Pink Martini performing with Pacific Symphony plus the return of the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival
2020-03-08 15:00:55
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Dance in L.A. this week: Heidi Duckler Dance and more
Dance concerts in L.A. for March 8-15 include Heidi Duckler Dance's site-specific work "Underway" and the closing performance of American Ballet Theatre's "Of Love and Rage"
2020-03-08 15:00:40
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Celebrities react after SXSW festival canceled over coronavirus concerns
SXSW has been canceled by Austin city officials due to the continuing spread of the coronavirus. Kumail Nanjiani, Soledad O'Brien and others reacted on Twitter.
2020-03-07 03:14:48
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SXSW festival is canceled over coronavirus concerns, leaving organizers 'devastated'
The South by Southwest multimedia festival, scheduled for March 13-22 in Austin, Texas, was canceled Friday for the first time in its 34-year history.
2020-03-07 01:38:52
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McCoy Tyner, jazz piano legend who played with Coltrane, dead at 81
McCoy Tyner, jazz piano legend who played with Coltrane, dead at 81
2020-03-06 23:51:23
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Susanna Hoffs and friends remember David Roback, who stayed creative, and enigmatic, to the end
Mazzy Star co-founder David Roback was curating his musical legacy up until his death from cancer on Feb. 24. Many of his friends didn't even know he was sick.
2020-03-06 21:04:20
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Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell to headline Nashville tornado benefit concert
Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile and Jason Isbell headline a benefit concert to help raise money for the victims of the devastating tornado that swept through Nashville on Monday.
2020-03-06 17:48:15
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The latest weapon in the war on coronavirus? Songs you can sing and dance to
From Latin cumbias to public service announcements in China and Vietnam, the coronavirus is inspiring some surprisingly catchy tunes from around the world.
2020-03-06 02:03:59
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Katy Perry reveals her pregnancy like a rock star in 'Never Worn White' video
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are expecting a baby, according to the pop star's new video for "Never Worn White."
2020-03-05 18:26:31
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'Hot Rats' at 50: How Frank Zappa busted up his band, moved to L.A. and helped invent jazz-rock
Just over 50 years after the release of Frank Zappa's "Hot Rats" album comes a six-disc boxed set with unreleased tracks and never-before-seen photos.
2020-03-05 16:23:48
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Rock is dead? Airborne Toxic Event, Alice Bag and Wasted Shirt double down
Rock on! This week's California Sounds recommends new Los Angeles songs from the Airborne Toxic Event, Alice Bag and Wasted Shirt.
2020-03-05 16:00:21
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What's a hit song worth these days? For 'Roxanne' rapper Arizona Zervas, the answer ends in lots of zeroes
With just the leftfield streaming smash "Roxanne" under his belt, rapper Arizona Zervas landed a multimillion dollar record deal from Columbia.
2020-03-05 13:00:11
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Joe Smith, who signed Grateful Dead, remembered as a rarity: 'A well-loved executive'
Record executive Joe Smith, who died in December at 91, was memorialized Tuesday by such entertainment luminaries as Don Henley, Clive Davis and Mel Brooks.
2020-03-05 02:59:28
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Commentary: As the L.A. Phil prepares for Power to the People! festival, Ives sets the stage
Why was Dudamel conducting to an empty stage in Disney Hall? It was just part of classical music's compelling examinations of music, politics and protest.
2020-03-05 01:36:14
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8 best things to do in L.A. and O.C.: American Ballet Theatre, Power to the People
Octavia E. Butler's "Parable of the Sower" gets the musical treatment at UCLA, and Herbie Hancock and Patti Smith kick off an L.A. Phil festival.
2020-03-04 22:55:05
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As coronavirus prompts cries to cancel SXSW festival, a 'general fear' sweeps concert industry
While thus far coronavirus has mostly forced concert cancellations overseas, concern grows that U.S. music festivals and large-scale gatherings may be susceptible.
2020-03-04 22:47:11
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Best concerts in L.A. this week: Herbie Hancock, Patti Smith, Thundercat
This week's concert picks are led by two legendary artists performing on consecutive nights as part of the L.A. Phil's "Power to the People!" festival.
2020-03-04 22:19:30
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Sick of singing 'Happy Birthday' while washing hands to fight coronavirus? Try these pop hits instead
To help prevent the spread of coronavirus, the CDC recommends washing your hands for 20 seconds, or "Happy Birthday" sung twice. Here are 10 way better songs to sing.
2020-03-03 23:33:45
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Recording Academy's Harvey Mason Jr. calls clash with ousted CEO a 'setback': 'We're focused on the future'
After officially terminating ousted CEO Deborah Dugan, the Recording Academy's Harvey Mason Jr. speaks with The Times about the Grammy organization's next steps.
2020-03-03 07:06:00
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Public Enemy fired Flavor Flav, but not because of their Bernie Sanders spat
Public Enemy has dismissed Flavor Flav, but it wasn't about a disagreement over Bernie Sanders. "He always chose to party over work," the hip-hop group says.
2020-03-03 00:50:34
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Recording Academy officially terminates Deborah Dugan, citing 'large number of incidents'
Less than two months after a shocking public fallout between the Recording Academy and its CEO, Deborah Dugan, the academy's board of trustees officially terminated her.
2020-03-02 22:55:06
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From tiny clubs to packed arenas, musicians of all stripes are rocking the vote for Bernie Sanders
When Chuck D performed for thousands of Bernie Sanders supporters at L.A.'s Convention Center, he joined artists from Neil Young to the Strokes in working to elect Sanders president.
2020-03-02 06:09:46
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Review: 'Sweet Land' astonishes. Opera in an L.A. park examines what it means to be American
Opera phenom Yuval Sharon, Native artists Cannupa Hanska Luger and Raven Chacon, and Chinese-born composer Du Yun deliver a gloriously ambitious show.
2020-03-02 02:10:29
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Kanye West holds a surprise Sunday Service during Paris Fashion Week
The rapper's musical ministry event wasn't the only last-minute addition to the schedule. His Yeezy collaboration with Adidas will be presented in Paris on Monday night.
2020-03-01 16:55:14
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