Joseph Arthur is not only a talented musician, but an artist as well! Check out both his talents in this week’s Jack in the Box Music Minute.
What do you get when more than 1,100 ukulele enthusiasts gather and begin playing their instruments? Lots of noise, but not a new world record.
The West side of Los Angeles is a bit daunting because the traffic is insane and parking is expensive, if you can find it. Still, for the nearly rich and almost famous, the west side is where it’s all happening.
With a name like Sam Outlaw, what other genre than Country for this musician being featured on the Jack in the Box Music Minute. Watch Sam Outlaw perform “Ghost Town” or check them out on twitter @thesamoutlaw.
Los Angeles is experiencing a revival of vintage record stores.
When it comes to music, one thing is for sure: LA knows how to put on a good show.
Residents of Pasadena are divided over the prospect of the Rose Bowl hosting an annual music festival.
Luciana + Glo Vibes perform “One by One” for this Jack in the Box Music Minute.
With Weeks To Coachella, Inaugural Festival Of The Desert Brings Classical Arts To Southern California
With days until tents go up in Indio and wristbands fling into the dusty air of the Coachella Valley for the region’s annual music festival, Barrett Wissman was betting on Southern Californians with a taste for the classical arts Wednesday night.
Better math scores and higher rates of graduation among public school students are just a couple of the benefits of the music education program MUSICSTAR.
Legendary jazz musician Clark Terry has died.
Andrew composed many of the group’s hits (“Call on Me” and “Combination of the Two”) and was known for his psychedelic guitar playing
Two Cheers perform their pop/rock style song called “Into My Own.” Watch to find out what Host Erica Olsen finds out about one of the band members awesome hobbies!
Whether you are destined to be the next John Mayer or Lady Gaga, or you are more likely to sing your solos in the shower, you are bound to benefit from some form of music education.
Veteran producer Mannie Fresh says Lil Wayne may have outgrown his record label. The rapper filed a lawsuit against Cash Money Records in New York last week, claiming the label owes him $8 million and seeking to nullify his contracts.