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Michael Bublé

Michael Bublé plays Staples Center July 9th

Michael Bublé

  • By Arlene Winnick

If you are a devoted Michal Bublé fan, all I have to say is he’s back in LA this month.  Get your tickets and be ready to be entertained and overwhelmed. If you have only heard him sing (and with 75 million records sold I am sure you have) and never attended a concert, this is a not to be missed opportunity to experience an international phenomenon at the top of his game.

Bublé’s voice is smooth and sensational – he simply can sing any song from any era adding his own personal style from Rat Pack classics to Rock and Roll to a Rogers and Hart medley and other standards like “Cry Me a River,” “Where or When,” “Always on My Mind” – favorites that truly resonate with the audience and bring back memories to all.  “I’d like to sing some songs that bring love and romance into the air,” says Bublé.    He also performs songs he has written most notably his #1 hit, “Haven’t Met You Yet” (dedicated to his wife Luisana Lopilato).

The Canadian born performer (who now calls LA home) is a true audience pleaser telling heartfelt stories and amusing anecdotes (he’s a funny guy) – simply engaging his fans in very personal ways making the huge arena feel much more intimate. And yes at every show he brings someone on stage for a once in a lifetime duet!

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KATY PERRY

Katy Perry’s new release it’s “Never Really Over”

KATY PERRY

  • By RICH ANDREW

Her latest single Never Really Over is torching worldwide Billboard charts just in time to become this summer’s hottest hit. And with over 100 million online views and counting, these KatyCats have been devouring Katy Perry’s sweetest ear candy yet. The explosive track trades in the heavy house music influence of her last album for a pitch perfect electropop song about a past love turned beautifully present again.

Directed by Philippa Price, the music video paints the world in pastels and finds a sun-kissed Katy on a weekend retreat with the hopes of soothing her uncertain heart. Caught in a poetic tug of war with love pulling at her from both sides, Katy dances out her demons, embraces her inner goddess, and spreads her gown’s gossamer wings about to take flight — and that’s when her signature vocals soar. And our hearts melt. Her powerful belt rides the wave of Zedd’s bouncy synths through playfully thoughtful lyrics and an intoxicating chorus that catapults this lovestruck anthem into absolute ecstasy.

As the breeze plays with her long locks, her wide eyes brimming with promise, Katy basks in a newfound zen that has finally brought her aspirations of writing purposeful pop to life. She delivers onto us an ethereal experience, and this song is proof that her legacy as the queen of pop was Never Really Over.

For all things Katy, click here.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish

  • By Ashley Halverson

No it’s not Billie Eyelash – it’s Billie EilishActually it’s Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’ Connellto be exact. And she is a rising pop star like none other you have ever seen.  To quote Sir Elton John, Billie is “one of the most talented young ladies I’ve ever heard”.  With her #1 album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie has become the #1 artist among teen girls – capturing their hearts and souls with singles like Bad Guy, Bury a Friend and Ocean Eyes that continue to top the charts worldwide. A teen herself at merely 17, she has truly become a global phenom with a unisex style all her own and a love for all things Gucci and seems to have a fondness of all shades of yellow.

A Los Angeles native, Billie writes her own music and collaborates with her older brother, actor and producer Finneas O’ Connell.  Finneas also joins Billie’s backing band for her worldwide tour of festivals, clubs and arenas. Billie attained a whole slew of new fans at this year’s Coachella festival and is in the lineup for some other hot festivals this year like Austin City Limits and Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas. Local Billie Eilish lovers can catch her at one of two sold-out shows at the Shrine Auditorium or for an exquisite evening under the stars – at the Greek Theater in Los Feliz. Insider tip – splurge a little for the Quick-Park option.

For all things Billie, click here.

CONCERTS ON CANON

Concerts on Canon in Beverly Hills

CONCERTS ON CANON

  • By KENNE HOFFMAN

Just when you thought Canon Drive couldn’t get any cooler, the City of Beverly Hills is kicking things up a notch with the expansion to its popular Concerts on Canon series of free events. The concert programming began on June 6th and runs through August 31st on Thursday and Saturday evenings at 6:00 and 7:15pm. Concerts on Canon features local, professional musicians showcasing a variety of genres. From Big Band to classic rock to klezmer, a Fleetwood Mac tribute band to Brazilian Bossa Nova and Samba to Gatsby Swing, there is definitely something for everyone! The shows turn Thursday and Saturday nights in Beverly Canon Gardens into open-air community gatherings. Fun!

You can head on over after dining at one of Beverly Hills’ many delicious neighborhood restaurants or bring your own food to the concerts. There is limited table seating and lots of open grassy areas, so bring a blanket for lounging about! And that’s not all — there are sing-a-longs at every concert (except July 25th)! Additionally, you won’t want to miss the special BOLD events on Thursday, August 1st (on Rodeo Drive) and Saturday, August 24th (on S. Beverly Drive). The City of Beverly Hills will be posting more info about those two nights very shortly, so keep an eye out.

For all the details, click here.

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