Conductor James Conlon, Woody Allen & Placido Domingo at LA Opera

Independent School Alliance & The Passion of the Opera

Established in 1985, the Independent School Alliance is an organization of 54 private, independent schools that endeavor to increase their diversity. To date students have ... Continue Reading →
Bayan Audio soundbook X3

Bayan Audio soundbook X3

The proliferation of quality portable audio products is gratifying. There are many items at the low end of the market that don’t do much other than making the execrable ... Continue Reading →
Papilio Merraculous created by Poetic Kinetcs (photo by Brad Auerbach)

Coachella 2015 – Full Coverage

Entertainment Today scrambled the corporate helicopter to whisk me to the very center of Coachella; as you can see we spared no expense in providing you the best coverage ... Continue Reading →
Ahhh, Bootsy Collins

Humphrey’s By The Bay and Best of San Diego Summer Concert Preview

The annual ritual of reviewing the summer concert schedule generally kicks off when Humphrey’s announces their lineup. Here are some of the highlights we won’t be missing. The ... Continue Reading →
Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert

Lambert and Stamp

Lambert and Stamp tells the story of the improbable pair of Brits who plucked a band from inevitable obscurity, eventually making the band one of the most creative and ... Continue Reading →
NEWSIES

LA Theater Scene April 2015

  NEWSIES at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre Read all about it– NEWSIES, Broadway’s exuberant headline-grabbing musical, is at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood ... Continue Reading →
Tony Denison, Norby Walters, Amy Smart & Steve Bauer at Night of 100 Stars

Night of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Party & John Wayne Odyssey Ball

Same event (for 25 years;  same Producer & Dinner Chairman (Norby Walters); Familiar Sponsor, famed designer Peter Nygard & similar cast of former Oscar winners ... Continue Reading →
(photo by Brad Auerbach)

The Church – Bowery Ballroom

As to the guitars on this stage, you will only find more 12 strings in Roger McGuinn’s house or a guitar shop. The resulting jangly surging melodies are infectious. ... Continue Reading →