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Branching Out With Old Hickory

March 13, 1997|HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA

Another bit of news from our favorite locale: Spaceland regulars and Silver Lake residents Old Hickory just finished recording a full-length album for A&M Records, due in the fall. . . .

There are no immediate plans to reschedule Ice Cube and Westside Connection's shows last Sunday and Monday at Billboard Live in West Hollywood, canceled as a result of Sunday's shooting in L.A. of rapper Notorious B.I.G. . . .

Elvis Costello fans may want to check out Jon Brion's next couple of shows at Largo in Hollywood, where the triple-threat artist (Brion's an acclaimed producer-singer-musician) plays his eclectic brand of kitchen-sink pop every Friday. Costello, along with T-Bone Burnett and Sam Phillips (who are married), showed up during Brion's set last week and promised to return in a "couple of weeks" to perform with him. (Recent past guest artists have included Michael Stipe--who recalled R.E.M.'s early days opening for the likes of Ratt--and drummer Josh Freese. Currently, Brion's "house" band is Grant Lee Buffalo.) . . .

Computer geeks and ravers alike will be at the Palace in Hollywood tonight for Oz Interactive and Intel's "Welcome to the Ozone: The Future Is Now" event, which includes performances by Electric Skychurch, Uberzone and Iceland vocalist Moa, along with deejays wearing, we kid you not, "motion capture body suits [enabling] digital characters on the Internet to mimic their body and lip movements."

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