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A man named Trump tries to convince a group of people in Texas that they must build a wall — and pay for it! — to protect them from an impending disaster. And this is in 1958. Twitter is re-discovering an episode of a CBS Western called Trackdown that’s making the rounds with its rather...

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MINNEAPOLIS —For one of the few times this season, the Timberwolves' game operations team didn't have to pipe in music after the pregame introductions for the team's coach. Instead, when public address announcer Shawn Parker said Ryan Saunders' name, a…

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To kick off the third season, lifestyle editors Matthew Philips and Isa Uggetti chat with staff writer Ryan Song about their top three favorites movies from 2018, from Bo Burnham’s “Eighth Grade” to the Netflix original “Roma.” Honorable mentions included. Music by Joakim Karud. The post...

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Jesse talks live music holograms, reimagining the passenger auto experience and more in EE Times interview.

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Quincy Jones and Jason Blum to Be Honored at 2019 AAFCA Awards

The AAFCA will honor music icon Quincy Jones and 'BlacKkKlansman' producer Jason Blum for their cultural contributions. The post Quincy Jones and Jason Blum to Be Honored at 2019 AAFCA Awards appeared first on EBONY.

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Major music festival Grandoozy will not return to Denver in 2019

Grandoozy, Denver's three-day super festival with the silly name, will not return in 2019.

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Lil Uzi Vert Says He's 'Done With Music' & Wants to Be Normal

Lil Uzi Vert is apparently calling it quits on his music career. The rapper erased all music-related content on his Instagram page, leaving just...

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Universal Music Signs Capital Bra, Germany's Most Successful Act of the 21st Century

Universal Music has signed the German hip-hop star and the country's most successful streaming artist of 2018, Capital Bra. Their first joint...

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R. Kelly Ordered to Let Officials Inspect Chicago Music Studio

R. Kelly tried to keep officials out of his controversial music studio, but now a judge has ordered the singer to open his doors and cooperate with an inspection. A Cook County judge granted the city’s request on Friday, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The inspection has been ordered to take...

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Did The Weeknd Just Shade Drake in New Music Friday Highlight 'Lost in the Fire'?

"I just want a baby with the right one 'cause I could never be the one to hide one," The Weeknd sings.


‘Schooled’ star AJ Michalka relates to role, hates on Zima

Schooled | Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., ABC If anyone can appreciate the struggles faced by Lainey, the failed singer who reluctantly returns to teach music at her old high school on “Schooled,” it’s AJ Michalka. In real life, AJ, 27, and her big sister Aly, 29, have nabbed accolades, gold and...

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Music journalist and former MSNBC host Toure Neblett accused of sexual harassment

After seeing music journalist Touré Neblett appear in a 2008 clip interviewing R. Kelly on the "Surviving R. Kelly” docu-series — which details the alleged allegations of abuse against the R&B artist — a woman said it has inspired her to come forward with her own accusations against the...

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That Decisive Moment: Rising Baritone: The Week in Classical Music

The release of a recording of an underrated composer and a Schubert recital were among the highlights.

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Jhene Aiko Talks New Music & Being ‘Skinny, but Still Insecure’

Jhene Aiko has made it a habit to be open and honest within her music, and she seems to have taken up the same policy with fans. The California girl recently opened up to her Instagram followers about feeling “insecure,’ while teasing new music. The “Never Call Me” songstress donned a...

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Rosie’s House provides free music classes to students in need

Rosie’s House provides free music classes to Phoenix-area students in need.         


Rosie’s House provides free music classes to students in need

Rosie’s House provides free music classes to Phoenix-area students in need.         


Local music picks for January in Phoenix: The Maine, AJJ, Dadadoh + the POC, Sophie Dorsten

Local music picks for Phoenix range from the Maine's 8123 Fest to AJJ's Desert Trash, Sophie Dorsten, Dadadoh + the POC, and Mega Ran with Teek Hall.