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Sunday, May 10, 2015
Rock in Rio gambles on 'Sin City' for US debut
Rock in Rio, the giant festival from Brazil, kicked off a first Las Vegas edition Friday as it bet big on the booming U.S. appetite for live music.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
Teresa Teng's heavenly voice continues to echo
Hundreds of people flocked to the Beimen Post Office in downtown Taipei on April 15 to buy stamps featuring images of the late legendary Taiwanese singer Teresa Teng (鄧麗君). The stamps were released that day to mark the 20th anniversary of Teng's untimely death on May 8, 1995.
The legendary Berlin Philharmonic meets to elect its chief conductor Monday in one of the most closely watched appointments in the world of classical music.
Sam Smith, the 22-year-old singer whose incessant touring helped make him a global sensation, said Thursday he would undergo surgery on his vocal cords and canceled weeks of shows.
Monday, May 4, 2015
Chinese-Austrian pianist Rueibin Chen played Sergei Rachmaninoff's "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" with the China National Symphony Orchestra in Beijing in late April, captivating the audience with his impeccable skill and classical Russian flavor.
Elton John, Jerry Lee Lewis woo fans at jazz fest
With thousands of people packing the infield at the Fair Grounds Race Track, hundreds more ignored "No Chair Zone" and "Standing Room Only" signs, ...........
They don't fit the normal fan profile, but South Korea's 40-something K-pop "aunties" are every bit as obsessed with their idols as their teenage counterparts.
Ireland's 'Singing Priest' becomes global sensation
From an improvised studio in his house in a rural corner of Ireland, Father Ray Kelly has become a global singing sensation and new fans now mingle with long-time parishioners in his flock.
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Enrique Iglesias and Romeo Santos sweep Latin music awards
Romeo Santos and Enrique Iglesias swept the Billboard Latin Music Awards, but Jennifer Lopez may have stolen the show.
Saturday, May 2, 2015
Gurrumul, shy Aboriginal voice, wins star support in US
Gurrumul is painfully shy, blind and grants no interviews, but the indigenous Australian singer's music is so striking that he has won star backing for a first U.S. tour.
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