The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

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

by Fuzzy Gerdes Fantastic Wall Worldwide Music Academy Concert Series – A Deal with for Lovers of Classical Music The Excellent Wall International Music Academy is a summer time undertaking that was More »

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

by wallyg Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’ “Sugarland” is probably the most utilitarian band name of all-time. It’s this kind of a non-descriptive appellation that it provides no hint to the band’s musical More »

Entertainment Arab Style

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Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

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Donald Trump: Hollywood is “racist” and “very dangerous for our country”

Hollywood-obsessed Donald Trump continues to “hate” Hollywood. On Friday morning, the Hamptons-bound Commander in Chief answered questions outside the White House, where he discussed Tinseltown’s treatment towards conservatives. “We’re going to be very tough with them,” Trump said in his not-the-least disarming tone, before digressing: “They’re treating conservatives very unfairly. Hollywood — I don’t call

Cautious Clay on His Nickname and Bringing the Flute Back

Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | Radio Public | RSS Kyle Meredith catches up with three artists backstage at Forecastle 2019. We first hear from Cautious Clay, who tells the story of finding his stage name from Louisville native Muhammad Ali as well as the comeback of the flute. Then Sunflower Bean sits down to discuss rock’s stronghold in Europe,

The Strokes announce New Year’s Eve concert in Brooklyn [Updated]

The Strokes will play a hometown New Year’s Eve concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on December 31st. The show serves as a sort-of make up performance for the band’s canceled headlining set at Governors Ball Music Festival this past June. As such, Governors Ball ticket-holders will have access to an earlier, exclusive pre-sale

Outside Lands to become first major US festival to sell cannabis on site

Outside Lands will be a whole lot greener this year. This weekend’s festival will allow cannabis sales and a designated smoking area on site for the first time ever, according to a press release. Festival-goers will be able to buy up to seven grams of non-concentrated cannabis and two grams of cannabis concentrates across all

Forty Deuce returns to The General Stereo on CoS Radio: Stream

From 8-track to Internet radio, Forty Deuce is now live on The General Stereo by Vans. Broadcasting exclusively on Consequence of Sound Radio on TuneIn, Forty Deuce is bringing you all the best throwback funk, soul, and cassette tape hip-hop. Get ready for a lesson from the Old School straight from Brooklyn’s highest-end sneaker boutique,

Jon Voight says racism was “solved long ago” in bizarre pro-Trump video: Watch

Jon Voight continues to be one of Donald Trump’s staunchest and outspoken supporters. In a bizarre new video, the actor argues that the president can’t possibly be a racist, because racism was “solved long ago.” Voight occassionall shares political videos on Twitter. The latest, dubbed “Jon Voight’s message for America” sees him tackle the broad and

The Simpsons’ composer Alf Clausen sues Fox for firing him after 27 years

Composer Alf Clausen was fired from The Simpsons back in 2017. He soundtracked the show for 27 seasons, scoring more than 560 episodes. Now, he’s suing FOX for firing him for allegedly ableist and ageist reasons. On Monday, Clausen fired a lawsuit against FOX, claiming that he was fired because of his age. FOX’s parent