Paula Abdul confirmed her upcoming empty seat on The X Factor citing "business decisions" for the departure. Paula took to Twitter to tell the tale.
On this week's New Music Tuesday, our regular music critic Drew Tewksbury tours the globe and talks about the newest albums from Rodrigo y Gabriela and Gotye.
It's a far stretch from the slo-folk murder ballads of yore, but Correa's latest venture into the wide world of raised production values is thankfully more like a fresh breeze through an open window than a wall of smog (through an open window in the Valley).
Hoffman and Akdogan sat down with us at the downtown bar where she bartends (and suggests wines) to hash through the old and dish on the new.
California native Angela Correa talks to KPCC about how she and her music have changed since migrating from the "weed plants and peach crop" of Yuba City.
Etta James’s fans lined Manchester Boulevard Friday for a public viewing of the late blues singer at Inglewood Park Cemetery.
There is officially no mystery left in the universe. This week, the rap riddle of Ice Cube's 1993 LA-centric anthem "It Was a Good Day," was finally solved.
For a walk on the wild side, follow the rapper's footsteps as he zig-zags from his pre-fame days in Baltimore to Las Vegas where he was killed.
Its 1978 release stands as a major landmark in the nascent "ambient" genre. Persons with wildly disparate aural tastes love this album.
For this week's album of the week, KPCC's Peter Stenshoel reviews Beethoven: The Middle Quartets by The Budapest String Quartet.
The U.S. Supreme Court has handed down a ruling on copyright protection, but don't go looking to it for answers on online piracy.
Thousands of musicians, fans and music-related businesses are expected to show up.
Chuck D and Flavor Flav emceed an event on Skid Row Sunday, but don't call it a concert.
Coachella 2012 sold out of remaining passes in three hours on Friday, setting off a frenzy of fiscally outrageous secondary options.
Coachella 2012 has sold out of tickets for both weekends.