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Music celebrities in the growing entertainment industry.

Krishna Patel2 years ago
Listen: More Drake, 'More Life' Playlist
The OVO God is out with his new 'playlist,' More Life, now available wherever music is sold or streamed. That's right. Playlist. Not album. Drake is explicit about this (but not anywhere else in the p...
Martin Skate2 years ago
Prince, for the Uninitiated, OR 'The Origins of Being an Obsessive Prince-Fan!'
In Art class one morning, one of the cool kids put on a Prince tape, not knowing that this small act would shape my music preferences for life. Art was a double period on a Friday, and it was unlike a...
Charles Manson's Music Hits Stores
No one could have predicted that at this point in his life, 82-year-old killer Charles Manson would have an album due out in stores. Manson, known for his role in the murder of Sharon Tate and her unb...
"Long Live Rock" - The Who Announce Las Vegas Residency
British rockers The Who are heading to Sin City for a history-making, albeit brief, residency. The band, led by Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, have perhaps become best known as the group whose musi...
Valencia W.V.2 years ago
GOT7 - Flight Log Trilogy Analysis
On March 13th, GOT7 released the long awaited finale of their Flight Log trilogy. It was around this time last year, they surprised the globe with a six-minute trailer for their comeback, "Fly." This ...
Kat Walcott2 years ago
GOT7 Flight Log: Arrival - A Song by Song Review
Six months after the release of their second full-length album Flight Log: Turbulence, K-pop sensation GOT7 is back with their sixth EP Flight Log: Arrival. The album feature some of the group's best ...
Sia, P!nk Unite With Stargate For "Waterfall"
Take an outstanding production team, two women, one song, all the pop-rock feels and you have the magic recipe for an excellent debut single. P!nk, who hasn't really been on the music scene lately as ...
Zanna Hintz2 years ago
Pan!c at the Disco Concert Gives Cleveland a Rainbow
The other night I attended the Pan!c at the Disco with Saint Motel and Misterwives concert here in Cleveland, my first concert I have attended in awhile ( Gasp I know it's a tragedy!) but it was well ...
Tristin Cunniff2 years ago
Slaughter Beach, Dog Album Review
After 3 episodes of Investigation Discovery’s “A Stranger in My Home,” I knew I could give up on a good night’s rest. Insomnia was my very best friend that night, but maybe, just maybe for once, it pa...
Rich Monetti2 years ago
Southside Johnny Has Long Answered the Classic Rock Call
Southside Johnny Lyon of classic rock fame grew up on the Jersey Shore Club scene with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Van Zandt, and a full gamut of R&B performers that the mid 60’s offered. I...
Rich Monetti2 years ago
The Yardbirds Still Blasting Their Classic Rock Guitars
Any mention of the Yardbirds almost immediately turns the conversation to the band’s three trailblazing classic rock guitarists – Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. Often lost in those five decad...
Ryan Cole2 years ago
You Could've Worn A Tie, Chris...
It’s been roughly 15 years since I decided that I was too good for the Brit Awards; but I’m firmly in the trenches of music retail now, so practicality and morbid curiosity sucked me back into the kal...
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Roland Tillyer2 years ago
Foxygen: Hang Album Review
After the total failure of their previous album and experimental venture …And Star Power, this new LP Hang could have seen the band going two different directions. Thankfully, they executed this new r...
David Cassidy Trying To "Get Happy" In Wake Of Dementia Diagnosis
On February 20, former 70s heartthrob David Cassidy admitted what he'd always feared would happen; he has been battling dementia, an illness that he said plagued many of his family members. The news c...
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Roland Tillyer2 years ago
David Bowie: No Plan EP Review
On this posthumous release David Bowie seems to speak to us from beyond the grave yet again. Featuring songs from the Broadway musical Lazarus which he wrote and recorded the music for during the sess...
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Roland Tillyer2 years ago
Brian Eno: Reflection Album Review
When he left Roxy Music in 1973, Brian Eno embarked upon a solo career that would lead him to be regarded as one of the most influential and innovative producers of all time. Since coining the term am...
Midnight Oil Burns For The First Time In 20 Years
Midnight Oil, the Australian rock band that captured global charts with their hit "Beds Are Burning" in 1987, are planning on hitting the road starting in mid-April. Frontman Peter Garrett, an Austral...
Stuart Mclean, Host Of 'Vinyl Café', Dies Soon After Cancer Admission
One of Canada's best-loved humorists has died at 68. On Feb. 15, 2017, word broke that Stuart McLean, host of The Vinyl Café, lost his battle against melanoma. The Facebook page for The Vinyl Café see...