March 26, 2008
Burbank resident launches record label Veteran music producer Robert Shahnazarian Jr. has opened a new record label in Burbank, Feudal Records. Feudal Records aims to sign unique artists and produce great records to release to the public, Shahnazarian said. Shahnazarian, who has worked with industry giants Columbia Records and Sony BMG, has worked with artists from Kelly Clarkson to The Killers to John Legend. His current project, Los Angeles-based pop group The Library, just finished an extensive tour that included appearances with De La Soul and Ghostface Killah’.
July 1, 2009
Burbank, known mostly for its entertainment studios and the airport, is also home to a bundle of intriguing restaurants. On Friday nights, one restaurant in particular transforms from your typical ?home away from home? family restaurant into a swank, hip, fun and cool dining experience for those looking to start their weekend right. From 6 to 9 p.m. every Friday, Theresa?s Family Restaurant on West Olive Avenue plays host to incomparable pianist Rob Correll. The evening is suited for all ages or anyone who enjoys good music, good food and good people.
May 30, 2009
When musicians think of jazz, they might concentrate on its intricate, propulsive rhythms, or the improvisatory, virtuosic solos. Perhaps they prefer to consider the pure melodic freedom and complexity of the music. The average person on the other hand, usually equates jazz with a mood, a feeling, a certain kind of cool. On Tuesday evening in Glendale, on the ever so popular boulevard of Brand, a talented jazz trio by the name of Thelonious Dub gave the patrons at Jax Bar & Grill an interesting blend of mood and sound.
March 4, 2014
Granted, that little awards show hosted by Ellen DeGeneres over at the Dolby Theater showcased and honored some pretty great talent last Sunday evening. However, not to be outdone here on the Burbank side of Mount Lee, Sunday also saw the John Burroughs High School Vocal Music Assn. provide audiences with some dazzling singing and dancing as they concluded the last of its four-show performances of "Pop Show 35: Hall of Fame. " Presented as a fundraiser to garner much-needed financial support for the association, the shows also celebrated the organization's 35th anniversary by presenting its competition choirs - Powerhouse, Sound Sensations, Decibelles, Sound Waves, Men At Work and Muses - along with a variety of small groups, duos and soloists performing a mix of pop standards with newly released hits chosen and choreographed by the students themselves.