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Cher sends tidal waves of elation through ACC on her final (?) tour: Review + MORE

Cher can still hold it down, and no doubt “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” will prove prophetic. Again..... More »
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Tom Jones to get his DNA tested for black ancestry + MORE

Singer Tom Jones plans to get his DNA tested to find out if he has some black ancestry, he told The Times of London magazine. .... More »
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Ashley Graham waits for Beyonce's Formation concert in NYC + MORE

The 28-year-old Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model was stunning in a black frock with lace-up flat sandals as she waited among the crowds for the sold-out show at Beyonce's Formation show.... More »
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Meet Brisbane’s Biggest Drake Fan + MORE

Drake hit Brisbane Entertainment Centre last night for the final headline show on his Australian tour and, by all accounts, a good time was had by all. It’s unlikely, though, that anyone had a... Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
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Flutist Jamie Baum making Bay Area debut + MORE

The acclaimed New York musician and band leader brings her quintet to Cafe Stritch in OaklandNov. 21 and Birdland Jazz in Oakland Nov. 22.... More »
The soulful voice of X Factor coach Annabel Williams was at the heart of the London Jazz Festival’s opening gala, says Sebastian Scotney    

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After being in two Montreal bands that broke up, Spencer Krug went to Finland to strike out on his own

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For centuries, painters, musicians, writers and other artists flocked to the city in search of fame and fortune.

On Saturday, Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music hosts a free all-day chamber music festival called Spotlight on Music From Vienna.

On Sunday the museum and Houston Friends of Chamber Music co-present the Viennese Tradition, a musical event designed to complement the current exhibition…

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What does a once-scrappy indie-rock band do after scoring its second No. 1 album? Announce an upcoming tour of some of North America’s biggest venues.

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Here's Lorde at 12 Doing Ronnie James DioLorde covers Tears for Fears for the Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack, and she recently joined <a href="http://www…

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T Bone Burnett’s next project: finishing Bob Dylan’s Basement TapesThe original Basement Tapes were legendary, raw and unfinished. The new music will be made under very different circumstances.

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Jett booted from Macy’s tourism float over animal rights viewsMacy’s is moving rocker Joan Jett off the South Dakota tourism float in its Thanksgiving Day parade after ranchers complained about having a vegetarian and animal rights advocate representing their state.    

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New Music: Jhené Aiko – ‘Drinking and Driving’
In addition to releasing her own EP Sail Out this week, Jhené Aiko contributes a song to Solange’s Saint Heron compilation. On the emotional “Drinking and Driving,” love gets the best of the 25-year-old singer, who tries to ease her pain with Hennessy and weed.
“Anything to feel alive/ Anything to feel my heart beating/ Anything to feel like I’m still here/ Anything to feel like I’m still needed,” sings a fragile Jhené…

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The Arditti Quartet’s take on three contemporary composers skilfully treads the line between agony and ecstasy, says Ivan Hewett    

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Listen: Katy B’s powerful new song, “Cry For No Reason”
UK dance-pop artist Katy B will issue her sophomore album, Little Red, early next year through Rinse/Columbia Records. Though it’s still without an official release date, we’ve already heard a number of its tracks: the jaunty house-styled “What Love Is Made Of”, the clubby “5am”, and the blissfully catchy “I Like You”…

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Ariana Grande has two words for people that are hating on Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber: “Shut up.”
Grande, who is known for her demure demeanor and powerhouse vocals, showed off her fighting form on Thursday (November 14) in an interview with Reuters where she lashed out against those who are constantly criticizing the actions of her fellow pop stars, especially Cyrus…

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Barneys to Donate All Sales from Jay Z Collaboration to Charity
Jay Z has been caught up in the controversy surrounding Barneys New York and claims of racial profiling of shoppers. Prior to the allegations, the hip-hop mogul had partnered with the luxury department store on a designer collaboration for the holidays. While the investigation continues, he has announced that he will move forward with the launch…

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As roadshows go the gig was impressively slick, with appearances from a string of singers and rappers who guested on his album

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