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    The United to host its first summer concert series

    The United to host its first summer concert series
    The inaugural Beatwave Summer Concert Series at The United in Westerly will feature a wide range of styles, with headliners The Wailers, Bob Marley’s band, and Peter Wolf...

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    NEW YORK (AP) — Something stopped Michael McDonald from telling his story publicly — him. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer with multiple Grammys just didn't think he had one...
    “Am I acting my age now?” Billie Eilish, 22, wonders aloud on the opening track to her ambitious third album, “Hit Me Hard and Soft.” "Am I already on the way out?” The ...
    For the 2022 “Top Gun” sequel, producers wanted a power ballad in the same vein as the original movie’s use of the iconic song “Take My Breath Away” by Berlin. Well, Lady...
    Thomas Readett started playing cello in third grade at S.B. Butler Elementary School in Mystic for a reason anyone who’s ever been an 8-year-old can understand: the cool ...

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    I figured that David Foster and Katharine McPhee’s concert would be a superb musical experience. After all, he is an iconic producer, composer and pianist, and she’s an e...
    The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is taking its act on the road. And in this case, the act means Herb Alpert and Lani Hall. And the road leads to New London. Th...
    Connecticut Lyric Opera performs the iconic opera “Madama Butterfly” Sunday at the Garde Arts Center. In the Puccini piece, a Japanese teen called Cio Cio San meets an Am...
    I knew Rick Springfield was a hit-making musician, but in researching this advance, I discovered he’s also a New York Times best-selling author — twice over. Springfield’...
    When Jon Bon Jovi agreed to let director Gotham Chopra follow him with a documentary camera to delve into the history of his band, Bon Jovi, he didn't anticipate it would...

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    Travis Tritt is proudly part of the Country Class of 1989 with Clint Black, fellow Georgian Alan Jackson and of course, Garth Brooks. “It was one of the most prosperous t...
    “Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!” Considering that he has devoted much of the past 60 years to his career as the lead singer in the Who, you wouldn’t expect to hear Roger Daltre...
    Kings of Leon pose an existential question to listeners on the first single from their new album: Are you a mustang or are you a kitty? Well, turning that around: Whi...
    In the chorus of “Whatcha Doing," the fifth track on Dua Lipa's latest album, she sings: “But if control is my religion / And I'm headed for collision / Lost my 20/20 vis...
    Interviewing music producer/composer David Foster and singer Katharine McPhee is, I’m guessing, like hearing the duo banter during their concerts together. Their husband-...
    There’s a tacit expertise we demand of pop songs - the implicit assurance that, for the next three or four minutes, our dopamine levels are being manipulated by vetted pr...
    Lyle Lovett clearly likes doing “in conversation and song” types of concerts. It was the format for his joint tour with John Hiatt that came to the Garde Arts Center in ...
    Did you think that Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon were the most entertaining Bee Gees imitators out there? OK, maybe they are, but if you want your Bee Gees experienc...
    Genre-leaping keyboard legend Herbie Hancock has an update for fans eagerly anticipating his new album — originally due out in 2020 — featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning rap...
    New York — The children crumple and fall to the stage, victims of King Herod’s assassins. Then the Virgin Mary, in a voice brimming with anguish and outrage, memorializes...