“One thing that makes Barcelona so special is our culture of food and wine,” says Joan Anton Cararach, the artistic director of the Jazz Festival, a two-month long series of concerts at venues around the city that opened at the end of September with Diana Krall, and wraps up on Dec. 22 with a gospel concert.
Jeremih offers another peak into his highly anticipated Late Nights: The Album, which will finally land on Friday, Dec. 4. To tease the steamy offering, the singer makes a special request on his new single "Pass Dat."
Regional Mexican music dominated Spotify’s streaming charts in Mexico, with three banda acts coming in as the most-streamed in the country for the past year.
Leading the fray was Julión Alvarez y su Norteño Banda, whose romantic banda songs have struck a huge chord.
Following Alvarez in terms of total streams was Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga, and at No 3, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de Rene Camacho. Slots 4 and five were taken by Maroon 5 and Enrique Iglesias, respectively.
It’s been almost a week since Eagles of Death Metal gave their riveting first interview since the Nov. 13 Paris attacks. Still, news of the music community’s response to the tragedy continues to trickle in.
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens lighting up theaters in three weeks, the blockbuster’s mastermind J.J. Abrams has joined forces with an unlikely musical partner: Hamilton creator, Lin Manuel-Miranda.
Following a preliminary hearing at London’s High Court, Hook has been cleared to take to his long-running royalties dispute to a full trial where he intends to sue his former bandmates -- frontman Bernard Sumner, drummer Stephen Morris and keyboardist Gillian Gilbert -- for lost earnings.
2 Chainz can cross off a $5 million lawsuit from his list of worries. In July, a woman named Christine Chisholm sued the Atlanta rapper for a hefty amount after he had called her a "thot" (an acronym for "that hoe over there") in a video from what appeared to be backstage at a show that went viral.