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  • Julia St. Pierre

    Production Director

    Julia St. Pierre joined Los Angeles in 1993. She oversees the production and printing of all pages of the magazine, as well as ancillary and custom publishing projects. St. Pierre also covers music for both Los Angeles and LAmag.com. Her career in print production has also included stints at LA Style magazine, Austin Homes and Gardens magazine, and trade publications and advertising agencies.

 

Greatest Hits: Five of SXSW 2014's Coolest Moments

It’s hard to escape the magic of being Austin when there is live music wherever you walk, wherever you eat, wherever you sleep. Julia St. Pierre shares her favorite performances from the festival Read more...

10 Must-Hear Bands at SXSW 2014

As everyone heads to Austin for the music portion of the 2014 SXSW festival, here are the ten bands we're most excited about seeing Read more...

Tom Petty Sideman Benmont Tench Releases Solo Album

The keyboardist and founding member of Tom Petty’s band The Heartbreakers is striking out on his own. PLUS: enter to win a free copy of his new CD! Read more...

It Was 50 Years Ago Today

Half a century ago, the Beatles arrived in America. A new book talks to the fans, who have loved them the longest Read more...

Mary Chapin Carpenter is Riding a Wave

The Americana artist takes a leap of faith and re-records some of her classics with an orchestra Read more...

Beverly Hills Celebrates its Centennial

Hundreds of photos of the city's most iconic people and moments in history comprise a new book tribute to the Beverly Hills esteem Read more...

Jake Bugg: British Phenom's 2nd Album has a Dose of Malibu Cool

KCRW hosts Jake Bugg live at Apogee Studios. Read more...

Tedeschi and Trucks Have the Best of Both Worlds

What happens when a former child prodigy guitarist falls for a powerful female blues singer? Read more...

Zirka: Hopping on Robert Plant's Caravan to Africa

In 2003, Robert Plant travelled to Mali to perform at Festival in the Desert. A decade later, he made a movie about it Read more...

Linda Ronstadt's Simple Dreams Skips the Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n Roll for a Memoir that's About the Music

The female rock pioneer pens an autobiography that focuses on the roots of her music and her stellar career. Read more...

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