Adrienne Gaffney


Harry Styles performs during the Today Citi Concert Series in New York City on May 9, 2017.

Move Over, 'Millennials': Music Today is All About the 'Perennials'

Stevie Nicks' recent duet with Harry Styles at Los Angeles’s the Troubadour might be a sign of the times, where music is at the forefront of a movement that sees beyond age. Gina Pell, a tech mogul and Content Chief of the newsletter The What, says the notion of marketers bowing down to millennials and making other distinctions based on age is a dated one. She coined the term perennial to describe what she sees as a move away from categorizing based on age rather than interests and like-mindedness.
Gwyneth Paltrow speaks during amfAR's Inspiration Gala Los Angeles at Milk Studios on Oct. 29, 2015 in Hollywood, Calif.

Meet the Top Medical Intuits Stars Swear By

Where traditional western medicine comes up short, an increasing amount of people in the music industry and elsewhere are turning to medical intuits to supplement their healthcare. The field is varied, with practitioners representing a multitude of different approaches, but for adherents the personalized approach is unparalleled.
Ryan Adams

New Ryan Adams & Dirty Projectors Albums Prove What Psychology Already Knew: Heartbreak Fuels Creativity

Breakups have long been one of music’s most fertile muses, spawning some of the greatest works of artists like Adele, Bon Iver and Amy Winehouse. The genre has a long tradition: Taylor Swift might be the current face, but her namesake James Taylor was mining his own heartbreak long before she was born. This month’s album releases from Ryan Adams and Dirty Projectors each recount brutal splits. What is it about the subject that makes artists both prolific and candid?