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The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

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Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

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Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

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The Killers’ Brandon Flowers insists Morrissey “still a king” despite far-right political views

Morrissey put his reputation on the line when he pledged his undying allegiance to far-right, extremist political party For Britain. (His unwavering support even earned him a personal shout-out from the group’s own founder, notorious anti-Islam activist Anne Marie Waters.) But not everyone is convinced that The Smiths singer’s legacy is hanging in the balance,

Unseen colored video of Velvet Underground performing at Dallas war protest unearthed: Watch

Picture The Velvet Underground performing in the 1960s. Go ahead, think of the footage you’ve tracked down of the art rockers’ concerts, their jams at The Factory, their earliest gigs. What you’re probably seeing is some grainy black-and-white scene that feels dated but iconic. Well, get ready for a completely new image, as rare color

GWAR announce fall 2019 “Use Your Collusion” North American tour

Watch out, earthlings — GWAR are set to destroy a city near you this fall. The intergalactic metal band will headline the “Use Your Collusion Tour” with support from Sacred Reich, Toxic Holocaust, and Against the Grain. The extensive trek kicks off September 12th in Norfork, Virginia, and runs through a November 5th show in

Zola is a baby seal who can sing the Star Wars theme song: Watch

Seal isn’t the only mammal who can sing. Researchers at Scotland’s University of St Andrews have taught an actual seals to “sing” catchy tunes, including parts of the Star Wars theme song and “Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star”. While earning her Ph.D. at the university, Amanda Stansbury worked with three juvenile gray seals — Zola, Janice,

Album Review: Lil Nas X Proves More Than a 10-Gallon Novelty Act on 7 EP

The Lowdown: In case you fell asleep four months ago and have just now woken up, Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X became a divisive figure in March when his country-trap breakout hit, “Old Town Road”, was pulled from Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart for “not embrac[ing] enough elements of today’s country music.” This move from

Scott Aukerman on Why He Loves Prince’s Batman Soundtrack

This interview was originally published in June of 2014 for the 25th anniversary. Scott Aukerman is a busy guy. He’s been pumping out a weekly episode (or two) of The Comedy Bang Bang podcast for the last five years (overlapping with a long run hosting a live show of the same name) and just wrapped production

The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy” one-room shack is available to rent for $4,000 a month

Notorious B.I.G. in the Juicy video Hip-hop fans searching for a place to live, look no further. Notorious B.I.G.’s childhood home is currently available to rent in Brooklyn. As Brooklyn Vegan points out, the late legend’s 972-square-foot Clinton Hill apartment is up for grabs at a steal of $ 4,000 a month. Although Biggie called