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  • Powerhouse singer Christina Aguilera continues to reinvent herself

    Powerhouse singer Christina Aguilera continues to reinvent herself

    Christina Aguilera is widely regarded as having one of the best voices in music. The notes she can hit and vocal runs she can undertake often blow away those around her. Yet power isn't all that makes a diva. Having been on a long journey from youthful pop star to mature female artist and family...
  • 'Idol' alumna Carly Rae Jepsen goes beyond 'Call me maybe'

    'Idol' alumna Carly Rae Jepsen goes beyond 'Call me maybe'

    After a third place finish during the fifth season of "Canadian Idol" in 2007, Carly Rae Jepsen likely never could have anticipated how much a couple of tweets from pop royalty Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez would skyrocket her career. Not only did Jepsen's "Call me maybe" get the attention of the...
  • Brothers' keeper: FinleyKnight discusses their outstanding debut

    Brothers' keeper: FinleyKnight discusses their outstanding debut

    Unless you’re planning on writing the world’s shortest book, there isn’t much material on musical brothers that actually get along. Now if it’s five volumes that you’re after rather than five pages, there are plenty of disharmonious siblings out there: Noel and Liam Gallagher, Don and Phil Everly...
  • Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block fame continues with solo career

    Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block fame continues with solo career

    Although Joey McIntyre might be known for being part of the mega-hit boy band New Kids on the Block, he has also developed a thriving solo career. From pop hits to jazz-inspired love songs, McIntyre continues to perform and delight his longtime fans. McIntyre’s latest solo album with ballads and...
  • New Kids on the Block concerts have ‘The Right Stuff’

    New Kids on the Block concerts have ‘The Right Stuff’

    Before the Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, there were the New Kids on the Block. Considered one of the first boy bands in pop music history, the group has broken records and continues to perform together today after almost 30 years since first meeting in Boston. Whether you did the side-kick dance...
  • Cherub entertains crowds with raw lyrics and dance vibes

    Cherub entertains crowds with raw lyrics and dance vibes

    The male-duo, dance-pop group that makes up the Nashville-based Cherub is an all-around, feel good time. Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber make up Cherub, and their music is reminiscent of genre blending, including dance, pop, and 80s-synth. Their music is relatable to the masses, as they sing about...
  • By the numbers: Katy Perry's top 10 successes

    By the numbers: Katy Perry's top 10 successes

    Pop superstar Katy Perry is getting ready to bring The Prismatic World Tour to the U.S. on Sunday, June 22. Hot off a recent no. 1 album that has already spawned two chart-topping singles, she will perform many past and present hits. Since launching her career with “I Kissed a Girl,” she has been...
  • Interview with NJ singer-songwriter Adam Melchor

    Interview with NJ singer-songwriter Adam Melchor

    Summer is the perfect time to relax, and what better way to do that than with music from a local artist? Classically-trained singer-songwriter Adam Melchor is based out of Montclair, New Jersey, and his blues-y indie-pop tunes are the perfect compliment to a June afternoon. He released an EP, Slow...
  • 'The Voice' on tour: Top 5 performances from the hit NBC show

    'The Voice' on tour: Top 5 performances from the hit NBC show

    The hit NBC series The Voice will go on tour this Saturday, June 21 with fan favorites from seasons one, five and six. Not since 2011 has the show spawned a tour but this time the best contestants will be ready to entertain crowds across the country. To prepare fans for the upcoming trek, here five...
  • The top 10 Sheryl Crow songs

    The top 10 Sheryl Crow songs

    At many different points in Sheryl Crow’s life, becoming a pop music icon seemed highly unlikely. Like when she was a school teacher in Missouri. Or even when she was a backup singer on Michael Jackson’s Bad Tour, performing anonymously in the shadows behind the world’s biggest star. But when Crow...
  • Lana Del Rey "Ultraviolence" album cover

    Album review: Lana Del Rey rocks and rolls with the punches on 'Ultraviolence'

    Following the slow burn success of 2012's Born to Die album, Lana Del Rey became a white-hot singer-songwriter in the U.S. Her grueling path to prominence came with a few bumps in the road and heavy media scrutiny. Now teamed up with The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, she returned on Tuesday (June 1...
  • Celine Dion extends Las Vegas residency with New Year's Eve show and 2015 dates

    Celine Dion extends Las Vegas residency with New Year's Eve show and 2015 dates

    Celine Dion has added a new string of dates to her second record-breaking residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The five-time Grammy winner's latest extension will push her ongoing run at The Colosseum into 2015. According to a news release posted June 17 courtesy of Pollstar...
  • Chromeo invest in new airline: Fly the funky skies

    Chromeo invest in new airline: Fly the funky skies

    Thanks to David Macklovitch and Patrick Gemayel, no one ever has to wonder what successful artists do for an encore after they’ve mastered the music industry. The Canadian electro-funk duo – better known as Chromeo’s Dave 1 and P-Thugg – announced their partnership with fledgling airline Mallard Air...
  • Phantogram lend ‘Voices’ to fall tour

    Phantogram lend ‘Voices’ to fall tour

    It isn’t often that artists are described as “universally acclaimed” – mainly because those pesky Alpha Centaurians always seem to be miffed at being left off of everyone’s world tours. But when even the musically inclined starmen get behind a celebrated duo – someone like Phantogram’s Sarah...
  • Wilson Phillips breaks out of family shadow to achieve huge success

    Wilson Phillips breaks out of family shadow to achieve huge success

    It is not as easy for second generation stars to make it in the music business as it is in other areas of entertainment. For every Hank Williams Jr. there is a group like Nelson. However, even rarer is the case of Wilson Phillips, which is not just one second generation star but an entire group of...
  • Swedish duo Icona Pop will keep you dancing 'All Night'

    Swedish duo Icona Pop will keep you dancing 'All Night'

    When Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo first met at a house party in 2009, it was like love at first sight. The Swedish DJ duo that comprise Icona Pop instantly hit it off, forming a strong bond through their shared love of music and dancing the night away. The day after that fateful party, Caroline...
  • Porter Robinson paints the town in glitches with 'Lionhearted' music video

    Porter Robinson paints the town in glitches with 'Lionhearted' music video

    DJ Porter Robinson premiered the music video for his single "Lionhearted" on Tuesday (June 17). In the glitch-filled clip, Robinson and a group of Japanese girls trash a city with color and style. "Lionhearted" is the latest single from Robinson's forthcoming album Worlds. It follows the previous...
  • Crosby Loggins follows his own path to success

    Crosby Loggins follows his own path to success

    Crosby Loggins may have enjoyed the benefits of growing up surrounded by music celebrities, but the eldest son of Grammy-Award winning singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins has taken his own path to music success. Loggins' 2009 debut solo effort Time to Move attempts to demonstrate his own unique talents...
  • 52 artists in 52 weeks: Seattle’s Whitney Lyman releases ‘Laser Beam’

    52 artists in 52 weeks: Seattle’s Whitney Lyman releases ‘Laser Beam’

    The first single off London Tone Music’s 52x52 campaign plays as an entire album. Credit Seattle’s Whitney Lyman for the multi-fusion release, "Laser Beam" receiving plenty of online airplay since coming out on May 30, 2014. The campaign of the new record label is the brainchild of Seattle’s London...
  • From YouTube to 'The Voice,' Christina Grimmie takes it all by storm

    From YouTube to 'The Voice,' Christina Grimmie takes it all by storm

    Christina Grimmie has yet to meet a format she doesn't like. After achieving YouTube fame under the handle "zeldaxlove64," the 20-year-old pop singer from New Jersey breezed onto NBC's "The Voice" in season six and was considered a favorite to win it all on her way to a third-place finish. Whether...
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