It is one of the enduring mysteries in pop history: why did one of the most popular and impactful musical partnerships of modern times break up after just five years? Now Paul Simon, the songwriting maestro behind the 1960s duo Simon &
Aug. 4 date for Ice-T’s Art of Rap nixed.
Summer in full swing with outdoor fun, fund-raising events.
Get your groove on at the Blues, Brews, and Brats Street Festival from 6 p.m. to midnight Saturday. The blues festival on Third Street in Waterville features musical performances by L’il Ed & the Blues Imperials; Johnny Rawls; and the
David Brighton, the star of Space Oddity: A David Bowie Tribute, brings his interpretation of the late rock legend to the Valentine Theatre on Friday. Brighton describes the show as a concert representing the many iconic periods in Bowie’s
Little Shop of Horrors: Huron Playhouse, presented at McCormick School, 325 Ohio St., Huron. today, Fri., 8; Tickets, $22 general admission, $20 for seniors, and $15 for students, are from 419-433-4744 and huronplayhouse.com. COMEDY J.R. Brow:
Performance will be at Collingwood Arts Center.
COOLAID Snoop Dogg (eOne) Given his series of sleek, soul-pop albums produced with Pharrell Williams, fidgety g-funk stuff, faux mixtapes, and thick reggae sounds recorded under the name Snoop Lion, it has been a minute since Mr. Dogg has released
ALTERNATIVE/POP/ROCK A.J’s Doolittles: 8525 Secor Rd., Lambertville; 734-856-3838; Sugar Daddys: Fri. Anchor Inn: 4950 Suder Ave.; 729-0915; Athens Wheeler: Sat. Bar 145: 5305 Monroe St.; 593-0073; Max Boyle: today; Chris Knopp: Fri.
Musicians influenced by Merle Haggard, Beatles.