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Updated: May 28, 2015 2:27:05 PM PDT
More than 600 concerts will be staged during the coming weeks featuring major stars (Taylor Swift), hot contemporary acts (Foo Fighters, Imagine Dragons, Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj, Christina Perri), industry legends (Aretha Franklin, Willie Nelson) and seasoned veterans (Journey, Van Halen). Our comprehensive Southern California concert guide takes fans of all music genres well past Labor Day.   Read More...
 
First the Rolling Stones performed at a small Hollywood club to prepare for the band's tour. Now it's U2's turn to perform at an intimate Southland venue.   Read More...
 
Photos: 2015 Simi Valley Cajun and Blues Music Festival   Read More...
 
Photo courtesy of Andy J. Gordon
These days, there is another fine mid-sized theater in downtown L.A. for live music. The Regent Theater on Main Street has been restored to its past glory with some modern touches added for improvement. We visited the new venue to see JJ Grey & Mofro, a powerhouse southern rock, blues, funk and soul band from Jacksonville, Florida, on May 21, 2015.   Read More...
 
U2's last shows in Los Angeles took place at venues like Angel Stadium in Anaheim and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, stadiums in which sell-out crowd numbers ran in the mid-to-high five figures. But where can the biggest band in the world go when it has no larger stages to conquer?   Read More...
 
 
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