Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Hollywood Bowl – Hollywood, California – September 11, 2016 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Hollywood Bowl – Hollywood, California – September 11, 2016 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Hollywood Bowl – Hollywood, California – September 11, 2016 Back in 2001, Jeff Lynne was slated to tour with a new version of ELO (Electric Light Orchestra) in support of his then new album, Zoom. Unfortunately, despite a few warm-up shows, which included an episode of VH1 Storytellers, those dates never … Continue reading

Electric Light Orchestra – Live in Hyde Park (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)
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Electric Light Orchestra – Live in Hyde Park (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)

JEFF LYNNE’S ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA – BBC RADIO 2 LIVE IN HYDE PARK (2015) Featuring Jeff Lynne, Richard Tandy, Milton McDonald, Lee Pomeroy, Donovan Hepburn, Marcus Byrne, Bernie Smith, Melanie Lewis-McDonald, Mick Wilson, Iain Hornal, Chereene Allen and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Directed by Janet Fraser Crook. Distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment.  173 minutes.  Not … Continue reading

Matthew Sweet-20 Years With His Girlfriend
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Matthew Sweet-20 Years With His Girlfriend

Matthew Sweet – 20 Years With His Girlfriend by Jay S. Jacobs http://www.popentertainment.com/matthewsweet.htm Pop singer Matthew Sweet’s album Girlfriend is pretty widely considered one of the definitive albums of the Nineties.  The record, a wonderfully eclectic mix of rock, pop and country, still feels amazingly fresh today. Therefore, it’s rather shocking to hear that Sweet … Continue reading

George Martin – A Little Help For His Friends
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George Martin – A Little Help For His Friends

Sir George Martin A Little Help for His Friends by Ken Sharp George Martin is inarguably the most successful music producer of all-time. If there’s anyone who can legitimately lay claim to the mantle of “Fifth” Beatle, it’s George Martin. Martin’s unparalleled production expertise coupled with his profound talents as a musician, arranger and conductor … Continue reading