Norah Jones

A Virtual Music Festival To Celebrate Tom Petty’s 70th Birthday

By Alyson Camus | October 22, 2020

a full afternoon and evening of Tom Petty

Why I Find These Quarantine Live Streams Unbearable

By Alyson Camus | May 1, 2020

too much of this ‘in the comfort of your home’ thing

L.A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks, September 9th To 15th

By Alyson Camus | September 7, 2019

Prophets of Rage have two dates this week

Be Here Now: New Albums 4-12-19 – 4-18-19 Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | April 16, 2019

the best song she has ever released

L.A. BURNING, WEST COAST CONCERT PICKS, SEPTEMBER 24TH TO 30TH

By Alyson Camus | September 22, 2018

Parquet Courts are playing Music Tastes Good on Sunday

Ohana Festival Has Announced Its 2018 Lineup

By Alyson Camus | April 30, 2018

Mumford & Sons are headlining Sunday night

A New Study Reveals That Musical Preferences Are Linked To Cognitive Styles

By Alyson Camus | July 26, 2015

‘Although people’s music choices fluctuates over time, we’ve discovered a person’s empathy levels and thinking style predicts what kind of music they like…. In fact, their cognitive style – whether they’re strong on empathy or strong on systems – can be a better predictor of what music they like than their personality.’

Brian Fest At The Fonda Theater, Monday March 31st 2015

By Alyson Camus | April 3, 2015

the Beach Boys’ iconic catalog was brushed (in not the right order) by Norah Jones and Gingger Shankar, Heart’s Ann Wilson, The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Steve Drozd, Devendra Banhart, Monters of Folk’s M. Ward, Al Jardine, Blondie Chaplin, Boz Scaggs, Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino, Local Natives, Capital Cities’ Sebu Simonian, Wilson Philips, Karen Elson, ex Magnetic Zeros’ Jade Castrinos, Adam Busch and Danny Masterson, Lucius’ Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, Doyle Bramhall II, Punch Brothers, Civil Wars’ Joy Williams, Kesha….

10 Songs: Friday, August 1st, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | August 1, 2014

Shimmy Shimmy Ya – Ol’ Dirty Bastard – this has the addictive kick of the Sugarhill Gang, and which nobody would claim ODB was Wu Tang’s greatest rapper, nobody came close to his mix of aggression and self-deprecation, and let this be exhibit A – Grade: A