When Elvis Costello released his first record in 1977, anyone paying attention knew that it was excellent and strikingly original, easily among the best of English punk/new wave music, but who could have guessed how widely and successfully he would venture into other genres? He would go on to closely collaborate with musicians as varied as Jerry Garcia, Paul McCartney, the Brodsky Quartet, the Roots and Allen Toussaint. This Friday and Saturday night, Mr. Costello will be performing with the L.A. Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. The cheapest seats are only $13. Which songs from his prodigious catalogue will be gilded by the Phil? Find out while enjoying a balmy late summer evening.