How to find the right music teacher and how much do they cost? Money 101 host Bob McCormick talks with the “Burst Brothers” — Dave Belzer and Drew Berlin (www.theburstbrothers.com).
SANTA MONICA (CNS) – High school students considering a career in music and administrators in charge of music programs have until Oct. 22 to apply for the 10th annual Grammy Camp next summer and the […]
If Miley Cyrus’ anctics on the MTV Video Music Awards show outraged you as a parent, the Parents Televsion Council (a watchdog group) says you need to complain and hold MTV accountable. Here’s Paul Porter, […]
It’s your last weekend to check out the Orange County Fair and the Ventura County Fair, both end Sunday. Or if you’re in the mood for music head to Pasadena on Saturday the 10th for […]
LONDON (AP) – Mumford & Sons brought the Glastonbury Festival to a foot-stomping close Sunday, with many music fans still on a high from the Rolling Stones’ first-ever gig at Britain’s leading music extravaganza. The […]
K-Mart’s “Ship My Pants” ad is now being followed up with their “Big Gas Savings” ad. In case you missed the “Ship My Pants” ad, here it is:
A 14-year-old girl named Tina S. may be the next Eddie Van Halen. In a clip recently posted to YouTube, Tina shows off her otherworldly guitar chops with a cover of the solo from Van […]
LA Times columnist Steve Lopez is searching for the song of L.A. Maggie and Michael spoke with him and got the details. Click here to listen and to watch Steve’s video.
Today on Business Rockstars, Ken Rutkowski talks with Frank Fitzpatrick, a multi-platinum selling record producer, Grammy-nominated songwriter, social entrepreneur and award-winning filmmaker. As Founder and Director of the non-profit EarthTones, Fitzpatrick focuses on creating music and film projects that make a positive contribution to our world.
CLEVELAND (AP) – Still rockin’ at 86, music legend Chuck Berry promised a comeback Saturday with six new songs, some written 16 years ago. “And as soon as I can get someone to guide me […]
By Maggie McKay, KFWB afternoon anchor Finally, some fall weather so let’s get out there and enjoy it! Who doesn’t like the harmonica? On Saturday, October 20, in Costa Mesa, the top four harmonica blues […]
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Technology that allows musicians hundreds of miles apart to perform together in real time has been dramatically demonstrated in Philadelphia, where a violinist and cellist hundreds of miles apart played together as […]