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R.I.P. Grammy Award-Winning Jazz Artist Roy Hargrove, 49

Roy Hargrove, a virtuoso trumpeter who became a symbol of jazz’s youthful renewal in the early 1990s, and then established himself as one of the most respected musicians of his generation, died on Friday in Manhattan.

The Band 'Gray' Blows Away Audience

There was a packed house at Winston Contemporary Art on Saturday, November 3rd. Art goers and hip-hop lovers were treated to "Confessions of a Subculturist" by hip-hop impresario, Michael Holman. Holman weaved his storytelling journey from boyhood to the early ...

Ariana Grande drops song about her exes, and Pete Davidson addresses break up on 'SNL'

Saturday night brought a few more answers for Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson fans.

Chris Cornell's family files lawsuit against doctor over singer's death

Chris Cornell's doctor is to blame for the Soundgarden singer's death, his family states in a lawsuit filed Thursday.

Ava DuVernay 'Honored' to Be Making Prince Documentary

Ava DuVernay is turning her lens on the life of Prince. The famed director of "A Wrinkle in Time" and "Selma" is doing a documentary about the legendary musician, according to Deadline.

Pharrell Williams Threatens to Sue Trump Over Use of 'Happy'

Pharrell Williams isn't too happy with President Donald Trump. In a cease and desist letter sent Monday, Williams' attorney Howard King called on the President to stop playing the hitmaker's song "Happy" during events. The song was played at a ...

Pharrell Williams threatens to sue Trump over use of 'Happy' at rally after Pittsburgh shooting

Pharrell Williams isn't too happy with President Donald Trump. In a cease and desist letter sent Monday, Williams' attorney Howard King called on the President to stop playing the hitmaker's song "Happy" during events. The song was played at a ...

Mariah Carey headed to 'The Voice'

Mariah Carey is headed back to TV, and this time it's as an adviser on season 15 of NBC's "The Voice."

Paula Abdul: Inside the Heart of a Pop Music Legend

On October 3rd, Paula Abdul hit the road on her North American tour; a tour that’s been more than twenty-five years in the making, since her 1992 Under My Spell tour which grossed $60 million in ticket sales (a mint ...

First Lady's Office Calls Out T.I. for 'Disgusting' Video Depicting Melania Trump

First lady Melania Trump's spokeswoman on Tuesday went after rapper T.I., whose most recent music video features a Trump lookalike dancing without clothes in a fake Oval Office. T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, stars in the video as ...

Where I’ve Been: An Evening with Christina Wells

America’s Got Talent semi-finalist and powerhouse vocalist Christina Wells is bringing her talents back to her hometown on Sunday, October 21 at the Historic Majestic Metro in Downtown Houston for her celebratory Homecoming Show. Wells and her band will perform ...

Dynamic Violin Star Karen Gomyo Returns to Houston

Captivating violin virtuoso Karen Gomyo and guest conductor Fabien Gabel mark their return engagements with the Houston Symphony in a program featuring works by Tchaikovsky and two selections from iconic film scores. Titled Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, the program is at ...

Interview: Multi-Grammy Nominee and Author Ledisi Talks New Book, The Walk: Accepting Your Life As It is Now

12x Grammy-nominated songstress, actor and author Ledisi recently released her new book, The Walk: Accepting Your Life As It is Now with Noah’s Ark Publishing (2018). Known for giving outstanding tributes, twice to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, Ledisi ...

Taylor Swift no longer mum on politics after endorsing Democrats in Tennessee midterm races

Midterms, look what you made Taylor Swift do. In a rare move, singer Taylor Swift has weighed in on politics in a major way, endorsing Tennessee Democrats Phil Bredesen and Jim Cooper, who are running for Senate and House of ...

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