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Patti Smith Covers Nirvana, Praises Vincent D’Onofrio, Dedicates Song to Johnny Depp at L.A. Show

Still bristling with rebellious ambition, the iconic singer continues to rock with brains and authority.

Haim Revels In Hometown Love at the Wiltern: Concert Review

The sister trio returns to L.A. a little more polished, but still rocking.

Tori Amos’ Nostalgia Fest at the Greek: Concert Review

Amos dips into her songbook for a well-received set that could have been performed in 1994.

Gregg Allman and Sturgill Simpson Fuse Country and Soul at Annenberg Center: Concert Review

Kentucky-born Simpson proves the revelation, as he and Gregg Allman kick off the Annenberg Space for Photography/KCRW’s "Country in the City" series.

Janelle Monae, Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 Reach for Higher Ground: Concert Review

Two stars shine at the venerable Bowl, offering pure talent and charisma in place of pyrotechnics.

Joe Henry’s Words Matter, and So Does His Music: Concert Review

Singer-songwriter, joined by son Levon on sax, puts the music on equal footing with his incisive lyrics, forming delicate arcs and unexpected curves.

Ben Watt’s Comforting Songs of Experience and Loss: Concert Review

The male of Everything but the Girl offers an autobiographical solo stint from his new album, "Hendra," that mirrors the stories in his recently published autobiography, "Romany and Tom."

Bowling with Bruno Mars and Pharrell Williams: The New Politics of Pop (Opinion)

Both acts have built 21st-century careers, working as performers, producers and songwriters, taking their time between albums, but keeping themselves on listeners’ radar through their productions and guest appearances -- showing up for a chorus or rap on other stars’ singles.

Woody Allen and His New Orleans Jazz Band at UCLA: Concert Review

While far from a clarinet virtuoso, the critically acclaimed film director has gathered a group of musicians whose combined talents are undeniably impressive.

Queen’s Roger Taylor on ‘Glee’ Cover, Freddie Mercury’s Death and the Band’s Future With… Adam Lambert?

Queen's original drummer, who put together an online global talent search called "Queen Extravaganza," talks about the band's past, present and future which just may involve a certain "American Idol" runner-up.

Alice Cooper at the Whisky a Go Go: Concert Review

The original shock rocker brought out plenty of surprises for a rare, intimate show on the Sunset Strip, including special guests Ke$ha, Rob Zombie and the Doors' Robbie Krieger.