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May 14, 1995
Need a hot tape for this summer's run to Cabo? KSLX's classic-rock doyen humbly offers his short list of killer road tunes, presented in suggested order of play for maximum metaphorical resonance. Crank it up. 1. "Brand New Car" Rolling Stones 2. "Pink Cadillac" Bruce Springsteen 3. "Mercury Blues" David Lindley 4. "Hot Rod Lincoln" Commander Cody 5. "Fun, Fun, Fun" The Beach Boys 6. "You Can't Catch Me" George Thorogood 7. "Get Out of Denver" Bob Seger 8.
March 7, 1995 | STEVE HOCHMAN
"What you're seeing here tonight is a family gathering around one of its members," said David Crosby from the Palace stage Sunday night, making his first concert appearance since his recent liver transplant. Crosby's presence on a show also featuring Jackson Browne, Ry Cooder, Graham Nash, David Lindley and Warren Zevon was appropriate. This evening was put together to raise money for Yvonne Calderon, wife of musician Jorge Calderon, who needs a kidney transplant.
June 6, 1995 | JIM WASHBURN
Even those who haven't heard of Ry Cooder and David Lindley have most likely heard them, either through their extensive session work or, notably, their playing on Cooder's numerous film scores. Hearing the pair in concert at the Coach House Sunday, one had to wonder: Why spend millions making a movie when you can put these guys and a brace of stringed instruments onstage and get as much drama, depth, action, color and adventure as any screen could hold?
July 23, 2010
POP MUSIC Jackson Browne Musical legend and recent alt-folk scene gadfly Jackson Browne is back in Los Angeles for a starry-skied performance at the Greek Theatre, this time with his full band and longtime collaborator, the stringed instrument virtuoso David Lindley. With tickets in tow, you're bound to be somebody's baby, alright. Greek Theatre, 2700 N. Vermont Ave., L.A. 7 p.m. $40.50-$76. Robyn / Kelis One show, two unjustly un-super-famous stars of avant-garde electro-rap who don't suffer foolish boys lightly.
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