Most musicians will tell you that developing a signature style is an ongoing evolution, so looking back over a body of work can be an amusing and insightful exercise.
Robert Davi has developed a whole second career, after playing such roles as drug lord Franz Sanchez battling James Bond in "License to Kill" and FBI agent Bailey Malone in NBC's "Profiler." The actor's new gig? He's become a respected singer.
Parents, tell the kids: a live performance of "Let It Go," the youth-captivating anthem from "Frozen," is in the offing. The Coast Guard Band's Soprano Soloist Musician 1st Class Megan Weikleenget will do the honors during the band's Sunday concert at Fort Trumbull State Park.
Recent Stonington resident Jesse Terry, winner of the 2014 International Songwriting Competiton, performs Thursday for The Day's "Live Lunch Break" concert series in New London's Hygienic Art Park.
The excellent art-pop band Ambrosia is back on the road and performs a free show Sunday in the Mohegan Sun Wolf Den.
Time-honored Connecticut rockers Max Creek, who've been entertaining fans since 1971, hit New London's Hygienic Art Park for a show Saturday.
All this TV stuff aside, onstage is arguably where Iglesias shines most. Observe that when he performs his stand-up Saturday in Foxwoods' Grand Theater.
For Miley Cyrus, complete personal and artistic freedom is something she’s earned after nearly a decade of fame.
Sometime around 2011, Keith Richards was ready to retire from his life in rock ‘n’ roll. Approaching half a century with the Rolling Stones, he had done it all.