September 26, 2016
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Laura Cavanaugh/FilmMagicR&B singer and famed Motown songwriter Valerie Simpson of the duo Ashford & Simpson is among the artists who will join Dave Koz to spread some holiday cheer on the 2016 edition of the smooth-jazz saxophonist's annual Christmas tour. The trek will kick off November 25 in Sarasota, Florida, and is plotted out through a December 22 show in San Jose, California.  Other special guests set to perform classic holiday hits on Koz's tour include Kenny Lattimore an
09/26/2016 11:00:00am
Credit: Udo SpreitzenbarthBeach Boys fans will get the chance to have some fun, fun, fun with Mike Love this Wednesday in Cleveland, as the singer will be taking part in a free Q&A session, performance and book signing at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Love will be promoting his recently published memoir Good Vibrations: My Life as a Beach Boy.The event, dubbed "An Evening with Mike Love," begins at 7:30 p.m. local time and attendance will be limited to a first-come first-serve
09/26/2016 06:00:00am
Scott Kowalchyk/CBS Stephen Colbert welcomed Bruce Springsteen to The Late Show on Friday to plug his autobiography, Born to Run, and its companion album, Chapter and Verse. The legendary rocker also revealed his top five Springsteen songs.The first two were easy for Bruce. "I got to put 'Born to Run' up there. I guess for me, 'The Rising' is a big song," he answered right away, then struggled to complete the list. "What do we play every night? We play 'Thunder Road' really regularly. 'Nebras
09/26/2016 06:00:00am
Photo by Douglas Mason/Getty ImagesStanley "Buckwheat" Dural Jr., better known by his stage name, Buckwheat Zydeco, died early Saturday in Lafayette, Louisiana, according to The Times-Picayune. He was 68 years old.He'd been suffering from lung cancer.The Lafayette native discovered zydeco music -- a blend of Cajun, Creole and blues -- from his father's accordion playing and the scratching sounds his uncle could pull out of the family's washboard, which they used to clean laundry, the Times-P
09/25/2016 09:52:00pm
Photo by Douglas Mason/Getty ImagesStanley "Buckwheat" Dural Jr., better known by his stage name, Buckwheat Zydeco, died early Saturday in Lafayette, Louisiana, according to The Times-Picayune. He was 68 years old.He'd been suffering from lung cancer.The Lafayette native discovered zydeco music -- a blend of Cajun, Creole and blues -- from his father's accordion playing and the scratching sounds his uncle could pull out of the family's washboard, which they used to clean laundry, the Times-P
09/25/2016 09:52:00pm