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Boston Symphony Celebrates African-American Composers with Saturday Program

Boston Symphony Celebrates African-American Composers with Saturday Program

Mar 19
The BSO's Germeshausen Youth and Family Concerts Conductor Thomas Wilkins makes his BSO subscription series debut in a special performance on Saturday, March 23 that celebrates the music of African-American composers.

Celebrity Series Brings Michael Tilson Thomas & SF Symphony to Boston on March 24

Celebrity Series Brings Michael Tilson Thomas & SF Symphony to Boston on March 24

Mar 19
Celebrity Series of Boston will present the San Francisco Symphony with conductor Michael Tilson Thomas and violin soloist Christian Tetzlaff on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at 5 pm at Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA.

S. Korean Police Questioning 2 K-Pop Stars in Sex Scandals

S. Korean Police Questioning 2 K-Pop Stars in Sex Scandals

By Hyung-Jin Kim | Mar 14
Police on Thursday questioned two K-pop stars over interlocking sex scandals that have fascinated South Korea and prompted both men to announce they are retiring from the entertainment industry.

Call Him Old-Fashioned: Max von Essen to Release CD of Broadway Standards on April 5

Call Him Old-Fashioned: Max von Essen to Release CD of Broadway Standards on April 5

Mar 13
Tony Award nominated leading man, Max von Essen, is announcing the April 5th 2019 release of his debut solo recording, "Call Me Old Fashioned: The Broadway Standard," on LML Music.

Kesha to Headline Dan Reynolds' LGBTQ Festival LOVELOUD

Kesha to Headline Dan Reynolds' LGBTQ Festival LOVELOUD

By Mesfin Fekadu | Mar 13
Kesha wants you to bring as much glitter as possible and sport the brightest colors of the rainbow when she visits Utah in June to headline the LOVELOUD Festival, the LGBTQ+ event founded by Imagine Dragons' frontman Dan Reynolds.

Harry Styles, Brian May, Monae to Present at Rock Hall

Harry Styles, Brian May, Monae to Present at Rock Hall

Mar 13
Harry Styles, Queen's Brian May and Janelle Monae are among those presenting at the 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

Ann and Maxine Weldon — Allies from Before Stonewall to the AIDS Era

Ann and Maxine Weldon — Allies from Before Stonewall to the AIDS Era

By Michael Flanagan | Mar 10
Ann and Maxine Weldon from Bakersfield performed in clubs beginning in the 1950s and developed relationships with their gay audiences that came to benefit both the audience and the performers.

Don't Stop The Music: Campaign Songs Tell Candidates' Story

Don't Stop The Music: Campaign Songs Tell Candidates' Story

By Elana Schor | Mar 9
Presidential candidates have used thematic songs to great effect in recent decades.

Watch: Randy Rainbow Croons Over Trump's Love Affairs — with Dictators

Watch: Randy Rainbow Croons Over Trump's Love Affairs — with Dictators

Mar 7
Singing political commentator and satirist Randy Rainbow is back with a brand new video in which he croons about Donald Trump's mad man-crushes on the world's most brutal dictators.

3 Quebec Radio Stations Stop Playing Michael Jackson Songs

3 Quebec Radio Stations Stop Playing Michael Jackson Songs

Mar 5
Three major Montreal radio stations have stopped playing Michael Jackson songs as a result of child-molestation allegations against the late musician that aired Sunday in an HBO documentary.

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