Disco hits such as "Get Down Tonight" and "That's The Way (I Like It)" have inextricably linked KC & the Sunshine Band to the 70s. But Harry Wayne Casey and company are tripping into the preceding decade with the March 10 release of 'Feeling You! The 60's.' The 17-song set features Sunshine Band takes on songs by Bob Dylan, the Righteous Brothers, the Kinks, Ben E. King, Jackie DeShannon and plenty of Motown. Billboard is exclusively premiering the group's cover of the Supremes' "You Keep Me Hanging On."
In the past five years, South Korea has looked to its girl groups to be the ones to break America's pop scene. A Korean group still hasn't penetrated the scene despite fanbases that rival One Direction, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.
Coming off 'Nobody Knows' - which Billboard named the best Dance/Electronic album of 2014 – Joris Voorn could have been forgiven for taking some time off. Instead, the Amsterdam native has delivered one of his most mesmerizing remixes to date.
"For years, the bands that toured here were past their prime, like Journey and Toto and Air Supply in the late '90s. We were a decade and a half behind," said Luis Betances, who co-founded Isle of Light festival last year. This year's event features Chromeo, Soul Clap and Run the Jewels.