Ready to Tango? The French jazz band “Paris Chansons” will be performing at the Sofitel on Wednesday.
The band formed only a year ago after meeting through mutual friends and quickly found success, with one of its singles, “Blood from a Stone,” featuring on an episode of “True Blood.”
Band director Kevin Sherrill said about 300 students comprise the band, which has competed for the last 14 years and has regular practice to ensure they’re in top form.
In this weeks Jack in the Box Music Minute a uniquely refreshing band called the Wartime Recitals perform “Bears.”
Time for Jack in the Box’ Music Minute featuring the band STEFFALOO. Singer/Songwriter Steph shares a little about the song they perform entitled “Can’t you see.”
The eastern San Gabriel Valley is home to the award-winning Nogales High School Noble Regiment Band.
Carter is in town to perform her new show, “The Time of My Life” at the Catalina Club in Hollywood on April 11 and 12 at 8:30 p.m.
A popular bluegrass quartet at Disneyland was set to play its final show Monday even as fans sought to drum up support to keep the band at the “Happiest Place On Earth.”
For most Los Angeles Unified students, this week is simply part of a longer holiday break from school.
The frontman of the Los Angeles rock band Lights Over Paris was sentenced to seven years in prison Monday after bilking more than $11 million from banks and using it to fuel his fantasy of being a rock star, prosecutors said.
British boy band sensation One Direction performed one of four sold-out shows at the Staples Center Wednesday night, but a mother-daughter duo nearly wasn’t able to watch the guys on stage after falling for an online ticket scam.
Los Angeles band Day Above Ground is under fire for a new song about Asians that some are calling racist and offensive.
The lead singer of the ‘80s rock band A Flock of Seagulls told CBS2 that his van, which was stolen early Sunday morning outside of a hotel in Downey, was found in Santa Fe Springs.
Scott Weiland has countersued his former bandmates in Stone Temple Pilots claiming they had no right to expel him and shouldn’t be allowed to perform with a new lead singer.
Members of Slayer say Jeff Hanneman died of alcohol-related cirrhosis.