It's a great time to be Waterloo Revival. The Big Machine duo's debut single, "Hit the Road," keeps climbing the charts (currently, the release is No. 56 on the Country Airplay chart), thanks to the undeniable synergy between the duo's Cody Cooper and George Birge, who have been playing music together since the sixth grade.
Tuesday afternoon found Thompson Square on the road in Scranton, Pa. Though we are a week into spring, someone forgot to tell Mother Nature, as Keifer Thompson relayed the weather conditions to Billboard.
After almost a year-and-a-half away from the K-pop scene, miss A returns with a bubbly new single that not only is guaranteed to send hearts aflutter, but re-established the girl group and its individual members after their hiatus.
Pitingo is in no laughing mood this April Fool’s Day. The 34-year-old flamenco soul artist is firing back at Spanish satirical online newspaper El Mundo Today after it recently published an article containing fake quotes about Bjork attributed to him.
Adam Lambert without all the theatrics? Lambert says he's mining new territory with his upcoming third album, The Original High, and he's proud to be singing about "some real stuff -- stuff that's not always so easy to talk about, not so PC."
Afro-Spanish torch singer Buika, Cuban percussionist Pedrito Martinez, neo-bossa nova artist Bebel Gilberto, and Latin-Grammy nominee Natalie Cole are among the artists set to bring a Latin tinge to the Blue Note Jazz Festival in June. Latin music fans could also be drawn to a concert at Town Hall by Freshlyground, the African collective that became known world wide after collaborating with Shakira on “Waka Waka.”
Cynthia Lennon -- ex-wife of late Beatles legend John and mother of Julian -- died Wednesday (April 1) after a brief battle with cancer. Cynthia and John were married from 1962 to 1968, at the very start of the Beatles' rise to mega-stardom.
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