Bleachers Bring the Noise to The Breakfast Club at LACMA
Apr03

Bleachers Bring the Noise to The Breakfast Club at LACMA

Every seat at LACMA’s Bing Theater was filled Saturday night for the latest installment of Bring the Noise, the unique new film series curated by Film Independent at LACMA. The audience was made up not only of fans of the seminal 1985 John Hughes movie “The Breakfast Club,” but also admirers of Jack Antonoff and members of his band, Bleachers, Evan Smith and Mikey Hart. The concept of the new series is to have acclaimed...

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Jane Lynch, Jordin Sparks and Pia Toscano Bring It for Generosity.org
Mar24

Jane Lynch, Jordin Sparks and Pia Toscano Bring It for Generosity.org

It was only appropriate that it rained in Los Angeles – again – for World Water Day 2017. The precipitation did anything but dampen the spirits inside the ballroom of the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills where Generosity.org held a night of celebration to mark the occasion. But the real purpose of the festive event was to raise money to drill clean water wells around the world, adding to the 788 projects in 20 countries that have...

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A and Bey Top Grammy Awards Noms for Album, Song and Record of the Year
Dec06

A and Bey Top Grammy Awards Noms for Album, Song and Record of the Year

Look for Adele and Beyoncé to add even more trophies to their respective mantels during the 2017 Grammy Awards. Bey led the nominations list announced today the total of nine including album of the year. Hot on her tail with eight nominations apiece are Kanye West, Drake and Rihanna, while Chance the Rapper picked up seven. For the all-important album of the year category, Beyoncé and Adele compete against Justin Bieber, Drake and...

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The 60s Psychedelic Rock Music Era Comes to Life in Bill Graham Exhibit at CJM
May21

The 60s Psychedelic Rock Music Era Comes to Life in Bill Graham Exhibit at CJM

Rock & roll history comes to vivid life in an incredible exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. “Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution” chronicles the life and times of rock’s most influential promoter, a man whose work with legendary bands including the Grateful Dead, The Who, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, The Doors and the Rolling Stones cemented his place in music...

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Feeling the Earth Move in Carole King Documentary
Feb19

Feeling the Earth Move in Carole King Documentary

Carole King is having a moment. This month marks the 45th anniversary of the release of acclaimed singer-songwriter’s landmark solo album, “Tapestry,” one of the biggest selling records of all time. To honor the occasion, PBS is unspooling a new documentary, “Carole King: Natural Woman,” in which King tells her own story interspersed with previously unseen footage, rare performance videos and home movies along with interviews with...

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