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News & Views

08:01 AM Thursday 12/4/08 | |

CBGB, Odetta, Christina Aguilera and loose ends in Hudson family murders in News. Mannheim Steamroller, Slipknot, Celine Dion, AC/DC and Kevin Costner & Modern West in Views.

News …

Still some loose ends in Hudson murders - Chicago Sun-Times (registration may be required)

Remember CBGB? The relatives of the owner do. And they're squabbling over the legendary club's legacy. And merch - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Remembering Odetta's message of hope - New York Daily News

  • Odetta

    The legendary Odetta lays it down during the Salute To The Blues show held at NYC's Radio City Music Hall.
    February 7, 2003

    (Kevin Mazur / WireImage)

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Christina Aguilera wants you to know it's hard being a working mom. What with all that balancing and all - Associated Press

Views …

Mannheim Steamroller in Providence - "Lacking leader Chip Davis, but still packing their trademark electro-pomp, Mannheim Steamroller got the holiday-concert season going last night at Veterans' Memorial Auditorium." - The Providence Journal

Slipknot in London - " … opened the British stretch of their world tour this week with three spectacular and deafening shows at the Apollo." - The Times Online U.K.

Celine Dion in Los Angeles - "After five years of nightly honing of her act in Las Vegas, she and her tour director have created a production that's all peaks, no valleys - at least in terms of pushing all the right buttons." - Los Angeles Times / Pop & Hiss (registration may be required)

AC/DC in Oakland - "For those about to rock at the Oracle Arena in Oakland on Tuesday night, there was no shortage of reasons to salute the return of AC/DC, which played a tight and enthusiastic set." - San Francisco Chronicle

Kevin Costner & Modern West in Alexandria, Virginia - "They performed a 16-song set of country-tinged originals; each song was preceded by a brief story, delivered with smarm-free charm, and the anecdotes were as valuable to the engaging evening as the music." - The Washington Post

They Say It's Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

Bob Mosley (Moby Grape) is 66
Chris Hillman is 64
Terry Woods (The Pogues) is 61
Southside Johnny Lyon is 60
Gary Rossington (Lynyrd Skynyrd; Rossington Collins Band) is 57
Cassandra Wilson is 53

  • Cassandra Wilson

    Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey Co. Fairgrounds.
    September 19, 2008

    (Tim Orr)

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Brian Prout (Diamond Rio) is 53
Bob Griffin (BoDeans) is 49
Vinnie Dombroski (Sponge) is 46
Jay-Z is 39

  • Jay-Z

    "Operation Registration" rally, Cobo Arena, Detroit.
    October 4, 2008

    (AP Photo)

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Lila McCann is 27

 

 

 


 


Comments

  1. Scout wrote:

    11:46 AM, Dec 04, 2008

    I wanted to go to that AC/DC show. :(

    I won't be going tonight either. :(

  2. Nobody wrote:

    09:10 AM, Dec 04, 2008

    I should have included Christina in the "forgiven" list on that Grammys debacle last night. Very classy and well-done rendition from "Porgy and Bess" in a tribute to Nina Simone. Pulled off extremely well. Too bad she doesn't go for "classy" instead of "trashy" more often.

    Have a day.

  3. AZ wrote:

    08:10 AM, Dec 04, 2008

    Christina is a POS. she is not a lady, or a good mom.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY JAY-Z!!