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Write this one down: Should you ever be lucky enough to run into Sir Paul McCartney in the wild, don’t ask him for an autograph. In a recent interview with Reader’s Digest, the Beatles legend said he’s effectively imposed a ban on signing mementos and taking haphazard selfies with fans. “It always struck me as
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News J Balvin Apologizes for “Perra” Video The singer removed the clip from YouTube following criticism for its portrayal of Black women By Allison Hussey October 24, 2021 Facebook Twitter J Balvin (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/WireImage) Facebook Twitter J Balvin has issued an apology over the video for his Tokischa collaboration “Perra,” as Billboard reports.
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Some 18 years into her brilliant career, Brandi Carlile finally got her turn as Saturday Night Live’s musical guest. The six-time Grammy Award winner supported her latest album, In These Silent Days, by performing “Broken Horses” and “Right On Time.” Watch replays of both below. Carlile appeared opposite host SNL alumnus and Ted Lasso star
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“Sweetest Of Melody “ is the forthcoming single by R&B singer, Rina Chanel. The single is from her debut EP, simply titled, Rina. Originally from the Virginia Beach, Virginia area, Rina Chanel has already amassed an array of accolades and achievements. She attended Radford University on a voice scholarship, and also spent time in Norfolk,
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News Watch Lana Del Rey Perform “Arcadia” on Colbert From her new album Blue Banisters By Allison Hussey October 23, 2021 Facebook Twitter Lana Del Rey performs on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Facebook Twitter Lana Del Rey appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Friday night (October 22), performing “Arcadia” from her
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News Bloodshot Records Gets New Ownership After Co-Founder’s Departure Exceleration Music acquired the Chicago label from co-founders Rob Miller and Nan Warshaw By Matthew Strauss October 22, 2021 Facebook Twitter Bloodshot Records, graphic courtesy of Name PR Facebook Twitter Bloodshot Records is being acquired by Exceleration Music, an investment fund launched by various music industry
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Approximately six hours before Alec Baldwin fired the prop gun that killed Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchin, several members of the camera crew staged a walkout to protest poor and unsafe working conditions. Two people who spoke to Consequence on condition of anonymity said that Rust’s assistant director — the person responsible for managing the production schedule and the “last
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Bill McBirnie’s Extreme Flute label, in my opinion, is one of the most significant “under the radar” imprints releasing music today. His latest release Forever with frequent creative partner Bruce Jones illustrates the possibilities of incorporating world music influences, traditional classical instrumentation, and pop song structures. This is not new ground. Earlier artists have expanded listener’s awareness
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Valerie Pascale is an artist born in Quebec City, Canada on the 24th of September, 1994. For Valerie music is more than just a hobby it is a way of life. Her grandfather was an opera singer, and her grandmother was an artist herself. She possesses a sound level of music professionalism, making radio ready
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Singer/songwriter Ryan Cassata has just released his first self-produced/self-recorded LP “Magic Miracle Mile” which is now available worldwide. It was recorded in the Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles throughout the pandemic. Ryan Cassata (he/him) is an award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, performer, writer, LGBTQ activist and motivational speaker based in Los Angeles. With over 600 performances
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Slipknot have announced that they will stream their upcoming Knotfest Los Angeles concert. The stream goes live at 9:00 p.m. ET on Friday, November 5th. It marks Slipknot’s first-ever livestream event. In addition to their headlining set, bonus performances by support acts Killswitch Engage, Fever 333, Code Orange, Vended, and Cherry Bombs will also be
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