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Published: Fri, 09 Dec 2016 16:51:18 GMT

 



Best Pop Music of 2016: From Bowie to Beyonce
Pop music in 2016 was about the element of surprise. That was true of the two big B's who were the biggest stories of the year - Beyoncé and David Bowie.



In Memoriam: The artists we lost in 2016
It started with David Bowie on Jan. 10, and never seemed to stop. 2016 has been the annus horribilis of dying pop stars.



Dan DeLuca's playlist of 2016
The songs on this best of 2016 playlist are not ranked or limited to big pop hits. You will find some of those here, from No. 1 albums by Drake, Rihanna, and Solange. But this 2016 musical survey is meant to be holistic, not hierarchical. It's put together to be heard as a whole - either in order or via shuffle - on a streaming Spotify playlist at philly.com/inthemix.



The Best Music of 2016: The Philly Scene
The Philadelphia indie music scene continues to pop, and keeping this alphabetized best of 2016 list to 10 names was a challenge.



Norah Jones, sultry and self-assured at the Academy of Music
It has been 13 years since Norah Jones wrapped her arms around five trophies at the 2003 Grammy Awards, as a 23-year-old piano-playing ingenue celebrating her stupendously successful debut, Come Away With Me, which sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.



Dan DeLuca's picks: Dylan's real Royal Albert Hall concert; The Jingle Ball; Angelica Garcia
Bob Dylan, the Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert! For years, Dylan's 1966 concert in Manchester, England - in which a fan famously called him "Judas!" - was mislabeled as being recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall. This is the actual RAH show, noteworthy because, although it's part of the Dylan 36-disc The 1966 Live Recordings,



Warhol, Velvet Underground 'Happening' at the Gershman Y 50 years later
Fifty years ago, the Plastic Inevitable exploded in Philadelphia. In December 1966, Andy Warhol brought his art world experiment known as the EPI, or Exploding Plastic Inevitable, from his Factory in Manhattan to south Broad Street. Two evenings presented by the Arts Council of the Young Men & Women's Hebrew Association



CHARLES LLOYD
The septuagenarian sax-and-flute-playing jazzman, with an ace band in tow featuring Bill Frisell, Rueben Rogers, and Eric Harland. Sunday at Montgomery County Community College. Information: 215-641-6300 or www.mc3.edu



Dylan, Bad Boy, Bowie, Simone, Sinatra and more highlight a season of box sets
When it comes to gift-worthy musical boxed-set reissues, we're in the era of both less and more. Less in the sense that, at this point in the digital age, how many major artists have not already had their bodies of work excavated? More in that labels have answered that question by packaging complete album collections on CD and vinyl while digging deeper for rarities and creating multidisc sets built around classic albums.



With Trump in office, a new culture war has begun. 'Hamilton' was just the first battlefield.
It would be hard to name a work of popular art more emblematic of the Obama years than Hamilton. Long before it became an unstoppable Broadway sensation, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony- and Grammy-winning musical made its first appearance in the public and political eye at a White House celebration of the spoken word in 2009.