‘Echo in the Canyon’ Review: Jakob Dylan Anchors Immersive Documentary On The California Sound

Director Andrew Slater’s documentary Echo in the Canyon starts off with Jakob Dylan asking Tom Petty who to properly pronounce the Rickenbacker guitar. It’s an amusing opener, as Petty strums a bit before jokingly tells the viewer that the rest will cost too much. Actually, Echo in the Canyon is a priceless and value added look at the merging of folk and rock, a blend that was honed and crafted up in the hills of Laurel Canyon, California. Petty, who passed in 2017, was a fan of that era, and he is just one of the many reasons to check out the documentary.

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Five Reasons To See ‘The Light In The Piazza’ At LA Opera

Now playing at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion through October 20, The Light in the Piazza is a musical that you probably shouldn’t miss. I am set to receive complimentary tickets to see the project this Saturday, but here are five reasons I’m excited to check it out!

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The Brian Setzer Orchestra Sets Dates For 16th Annual ‘Christmas Rocks! Tour’

 

Three time Grammy winning artist Brian Setzer and his 19-piece orchestra will hit the road for their 16th annual “Christmas Rocks! Tour!” starting November 15th at Minneapolis’ State Theatre. Twenty dates are scheduled for the tour, which will be presented by SiriusXM.

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