Retirement is not a word in Melissa Etheridge’s vocabulary after being in the music business 25 years. Her recently released 12th album, “This is M.E.,” is an anthem to new rock ‘n’ roll independence.
La Quinta Museum’s new exhibition, “It’s About Time,” features the starpower of the $24 million “Supercomplication” and several other collector timepieces.
Legendary composer Burt Bacharach is quite familiar with the Greater Palm Springs area, dating back to his post World War II gig with Vic Damone at the Racquet Club.
Air Supply, whose music created the soft rock genre, marks its 40th anniversary in 2015 with new songs to go along with the string of hits the duo is known for since the 1980s.
Now a 40-something white guy from the rural area of Rhode Island, Sage Francis still channels his lyrical writing roots into his music, and plans to share it with Date Shed fans on Jan. 24.
As a famous British Two Tone SKA musician in The English Beat and later as half of the popular duo General Public, David Wakeling has had his share of the limelight.
Metal rockers AC/DC, alt rock king Jack White, and smooth rapper Drake headline the released lineup for the 2015 Coachella Arts and Music Festival set over two consecutive April weekends in Indio.
Currently working on its second album with Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Nick Zinner, Deap Valley will join Fool’s Gold and Crystal Skulls and play Ace Hotel & Swim Club’s 2015 New Years Eve bash on Dec. 31.
From what started as an imaginary band between founders Juli Crockett and Lisa Dee, The Evangenitals have found an audience for their off-beat, no-holds barred music.
Neil Sedaka has been performing for more than 50 years, and the legendary singer reveals he is working on a “very serious musical” about his life, struggles, and comeback featuring all of his songs.