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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Herbie Hancock reckons he's performed more often in Japan than in his hometown of Chicago during his professional career. The pianist will be back next month for an all-star concert at Osaka Castle Park highlighting the third annual International Jazz Day.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Hundreds of people gathered in the rain to mourn the death of virtuoso guitarist Paco de Lucia before a funeral Saturday in his hometown of Algeciras at the heart of flamenco music country in Spain's deep south.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Hundreds of fans turned out yesterday to greet the five members of South Korean pop-rock band F.T. Island on their arrival at Taiwan's main international airport for a concert in Taipei on Friday.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Taiwanese band Mayday is heading to Amsterdam to round up its first European tour, after rocking thousands of fans in Paris on Sunday.
Saturday, February 22, 2014
50 Cent leaves major label to be an independent artist
After battling with his major label for years, 50 Cent has decided to become an independent artist.
Eva Wagner-Pasquier, great grand-daughter of German composer Richard Wagner, is to quit as co-chief of the legendary Bayreuth Festival in September 2015, according to a newspaper report Friday.
A man has been convicted of homicide by vessel in a Georgia jet ski crash that killed R&B singer Usher's 11-year-old stepson.
Friday, February 21, 2014
Bowie the oldest Brit winner
British cultural giant David Bowie on Wednesday became the oldest winner of a Brit Award, but the annual awards ceremony belonged to history-making rockers Arctic Monkeys, who claimed the night's top two awards.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Japanese singer-songwriter and actor Masaharu Fukuyama (福山雅治) is set to visit Taiwan Feb. 23 to promote a concert and new album, the local promoter of the event announced yesterday.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
US singing nuns find unexpected popularity around the country
Eight times a day, a group of nuns files into a chapel in their rural northwest Missouri monastery to chant and worship.
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