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Monday, May 4, 2015
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.
Marcus Miller expresses on race, slavery and jazz
Jazz musician Marcus Miller's decades-long resume includes multiple Grammy Awards, work with Miles Davis and even an appearance on a Michael Jackson album, but now he's relishing his second calling as a UNESCO Artist For Peace and spokesman for the organization's Slave Route Project.
Friday, May 1, 2015
Alabama Shakes, the versatile band that merges rock and blues, debuted at number one on the U.S. album chart Wednesday -- a first this year for an independent release.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
'Louie Louie' singer Ely dies at 71
Jack Ely, whose 1963 song "Louie Louie" was so unintelligible that the U.S. government investigated it for secret messages, has died aged 71, his family said Tuesday.
Entertainment giant Live Nation said Tuesday it was buying a controlling stake in Bonnaroo, one of the most influential U.S. music festivals, in the latest consolidation in the booming industry.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Syrian bands rock Beirut's alternative music scene
Syrian rock bands fleeing war are finding safety and new fans in neighboring Lebanon, where they are revitalizing a Westernized scene with their focus on Arabic musical heritage.
Monday, April 27, 2015
The epitome of the British sound two decades ago, Blur has made an unexpected return not with new takes on England but with inspiration from Asia.
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