Something Rotten! is a modern musical set in the Renaissance, before musicals were created, with a cast that sings and dances its way into the very first and biggest one.
Recently, I had an opportunity to chat it up with one of my favorite artists, singer Lalah Hathaway about one of her recent song, "Little Ghetto Boy" from her latest album "Lalah Hathaway Live" and what message she and the song have for all of us.
I'm an unashamed metalhead, but I want to talk about Phil Anselmo, racism and why I don't even touch any sort of metal community anymore. The problem isn't entirely the shitty joke. he problem is that a lot of his fans in particular, don't think it's a joke.
Singer-songwriter Greyson Chance stopped by AOL BUILD recently to discuss his career thus far. He's come a long way in six years. In 2009, he earned ...
The Music Industry Self Help Guide 2nd Edition is a comprehensive, educational resource publication that was created to help independent artists em...
With an infectious rolling groove led by the double bass, British bluesman Chris Rundle eases into Ray Bonneville's "Under the Bridge" with a natural and deceptively effortless sound on his debut album, "Cave Sessions."
The Grammy Awards are one of my favorite awards shows all year. They have tons of awards to give out but over the past few years, they shorten how many awards they present during the live show and turn it into a star-studded concert.
If you're a fan of CMT, you may recognise Rachele as one of their flock. But as an in demand up-and-coming country music artist, Rachele Lynae is just like every other busy, time poor bride-to-be when it comes to her wedding planning. But when I caught up with her for a chat, it also struck me how very different she is from a lot of the brides I meet every day.
Every now and then a band comes along whose music real moves you and The Institution is one of those bands. The four piece, led by singer/guitarist ...
Using the power of tweet embedding technology, we make celebrities appear to have ridiculous conversations. See here Donald Trump and Jaden Smith chatting about haters, Mac Miller, and immigration.
Should experiencing music enrich people's lives? I hope it does, but do those without music or musical enjoyment lack enrichment? If music should challenge people's perceptions of their current reality, is it then wrong for them to peacefully enjoy it?
When you listen and watch "Formation," just know that Beyoncé is making bank off of a variation of blackness that she isn't currently living in or experiencing. I guess that's the price we pay for black excellence when it comes at the cost of our own exploitation. I'm already prepared to apply more Bey-Hive repellent this time around.
Anyone can adopt life lessons from the case of Black Swan's successes and failures. Here are 8 lessons to apply to your life, based on the case of Black Swan Records
How do you go from dishwasher to Grammy nominee? Over some late, late snacks (AKA breakfast) at his Silver Lake, Los Angeles recording studio, Grammy...
The best way to remember Maurice is to listen to him. And one of my favorite performances was on the old "Live By Request" show for which Mark McEwen was the ever genial host.
When I see something that triggers anxiety, whether it's an actual physical manifestation or just in the mind's eye, I distract myself until my anxiety subsides. In my quest to recalibrate from distressed to de-stressed, I have found the following four quick-tricks to be, easy, practical, and effective anxiety antidotes.