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Updated: August 28, 2014 3:54:31 PM PDT
Have you ever been to a concert where the attendees gave every single song a standing ovation? It happened Aug. 24 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles as English progressive rock legends Yes concluded a five-month tour. For the band that formed in London in 1968 it was a triumphant evening before approximately 5,000 rapturous fans. (Heck, even the two songs showcased from the just-released "Heaven and Earth" album got 'em up and cheering.)   Read More...
 
The blues are coming to Long Beach on Sunday with a one-day concert headlined by guitarist Bernie Pearl and performances by more than a dozen other acts, including a young girl with big blues shoes to fill.   Read More...
 
JUST ANNOUNCED! Bob Dylan & His Band to play Dolby Theatre on October 24, 25 and 26.   Read More...
 
The early '80s metal scene in Los Angeles has become legendary, as it spawned such worldwide headliners as Mötley Crüe, Ratt, Dokken, W.A.S.P., and originally, Metallica (before the latter relocated to San Francisco). And the new documentary, 'Inside Metal: Pioneers of L.A. Hard Rock & Metal,' chronicles the entire scene.   Read More...
 
Imagine Dragons and Kanye West are scheduled to close out this weekend's first-ever Los Angeles Made in America Festival, according to set times announced Wednesday.   Read More...
 
 
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