Randall Roberts

Los Angeles Times

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Randall Roberts is the pop music staff writer for the Los Angeles Times. He is a former Music Editor for the LA Weekly

Randall Roberts on KCRW

LA Times pop music staff writer Randall Roberts joins us at 10am to chat about the recently released lineup for Coachella 2017.

Randall Roberts on Coachella 2017

LA Times pop music staff writer Randall Roberts joins us at 10am to chat about the recently released lineup for Coachella 2017.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

The man who told us all to “Take It Easy,” Glenn Frey of the Eagles, died    Monday    at age 67.

Remembering Glenn Frey

The man who told us all to “Take It Easy,” Glenn Frey of the Eagles, died Monday at age 67.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Fanatics! Tonight something special! I am on East Coast with some shows to do. Engineer X is busy with Ms. X and there was no possibility to pre-tape a show. Randall Roberts, Music Editor of the LA Weekly, guest hosts.

KCRW Broadcast 14

Fanatics! Tonight something special! I am on East Coast with some shows to do. Engineer X is busy with Ms. X and there was no possibility to pre-tape a show. Randall Roberts, Music Editor of the LA Weekly, guest hosts.

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