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During their visit to Miami, Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy sat down with the Miami kingpin to discuss MMG Weekend, his workout routine, and his foray into Hollywood with his first movie for Maybach Films...This will be the biggest
Soul legend Bobby Womack invited his close friend Damon Albarn onstage at Glastonbury festival on Sunday (30Jun13) to perform tracks from his latest album. The Blur frontman teamed up with Womack on his 2012 record The Bravest Man in the Universe and
It's such a great city for a party, particularly down by The Rocks and Circular Quay. The Vivid light show is broadcast onto the side of the Opera House, the bridge is lit up, there are projections on the side of giant cruise ships and installations
Bobby Womack The Civic, The Edge, Auckland Saturday, May 18 Dressed in a red (what looked like) vinyl suit, and cap, when Bobby Womack took the stage he could easily be mistaken for any modern day pop star. Bordering on 70 years old, there was a
And the singer, one of only a handful of soul music survivors from the genre's golden era of the 60s and early 70s, certainly knows more famous dead people than most. He reels off names such as Elvis, Marvin, Janis, Jimi, and Sam. That last one, by
Backstage at Coachella, the international rock'n'roll A-listers are lounging in the cool air of the desert evening. Muse are kicking about, 24 hours ahead of their headline appearance at the Californian festival. Paul Simonon and Mick Jones, formerly
00 Follow share this story When I was a teenager browsing the aisles of record stores, I never would have imagined the day that millions of songs would be available to us at the push of a button, at any time and at any place.
The singer and songwriter, 68, whose tracks include Across 110th Street and Lookin' For a Love, said he had trouble remembering songs and names. "The doctor said you have signs of Alzheimer's," he told Gilles Peterson on BBC 6 Music. "He said it's
Pop & Hiss weighs in on the most notable music moments of the year. L.A. owns 2012: Our fair city never lacks for great rising artists, but rarely have two locals so dominated the national conversation with groundbreaking, major-label albums.
From an office on Sunset Boulevard, a dapper 69-year-old has emerged as a go-to guy for musicians and songwriters looking for quick cash. His name is Parviz Omidvar, and over the past two decades, he has been lending to artists and securing those