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Thursday, June 11, 2015
Les Paul remembered as music visionary 100 years on
Asked to name music superstars, few in the general public would immediately think of Les Paul. But 100 years after his birth, his many admirers are hoping to promote him as one of modern music's indispensable figures.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
'Rap-orters': telling news, hip-hop style
--"Newzbeat" makes a catchy change from a standard news bulletin: Ugandans call the broadcasters "rap-orters," a youth team of hip-hop artists-turned-journalists rapping the headlines.
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea on Monday canceled a performance at a U.S. gay pride celebration after criticism over past remarks that were seen as homophobic.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Florence + the Machine delves into the intense emotional terrain of heartbreak for the band's highly anticipated new album but, with an audience, it feels like a spiritual revival.
Drake owns feverish crowd at NYC ball
Drake didn't have a band, but the feverish audience at Governors Ball played along like they were onstage with the multiplatinum rapper Friday night.
The lofty tones fill a wood cabin on the outskirts of the emerald green meadow considered the birthplace of Switzerland, as three songs compete to become the country's new national anthem.
Saturday, June 6, 2015
A first edition of "The Hobbit" accompanied by a handwritten note in Elvish by UK author J.R.R. Tolkien was sold by Sotheby's at auction on Thursday for 137,000 pounds (US$211,000).
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Jewish violinist finishes father's piece that Nazis refused to hear
In 1933, the promising young Jewish-German violinist Ernest Drucker left the stage midway through a Brahms concerto in Cologne at the behest of Nazi officials, in one of the first anti-Semitic acts of the new regime.
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Rihanna records her new music video in capital city of Cuba
Pop star Rihanna drew a crowd Friday while cruising down Havana's Malecon shore boulevard in a classic American convertible from the 1950s.
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Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai's (蔡依琳) agent said Tuesday that the singer thinks it is a pity the Singapore authorities have banned her same-sex marriage new single and music video, "We're All Different, Yet the Same."
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