CHICAGO — A federal jury in Chicago today convicted recording artist ROBERT SYLVESTER KELLY, also known as “R. Kelly,” of child pornography and exploitation. Evidence during the four-week trial in US District Court in Chicago revealed that Kelly enticed several girls to engage in sexual activity and videotaped some ofRead More →

With the Christmas holidays fast approaching, artists are hard at work creating hit songs that will keep people dancing throughout the holiday. Halfway House rapper and vocalist Michael John-Bevan also has some magic up his sleeve this season. “I’m working on a few singles and working with other artists toRead More →

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When Lee Clark arrived in Bakersfield in the 1970s, the city wasn’t exactly known as a center of art and culture. Slowly but surely, Clark began working to change this perception. “He demystified art. He demystified music,” said Gary Bukovnik, longtime San Francisco artist, watercolorist, and friend of Clark’s. ClarkRead More →

AKRON, Ohio – On Saturday, August 20, homes, businesses and parks in Akron’s historic Highland Square neighborhood will transform into mini concert halls and art studios for the 10th annual PorchRokr Music Festival. Over 150 local musicians, bands and artists are lined up for the festival, representing genres such asRead More →

Musicians often make popular subjects in biographical films. In fact, there are so many that the term “musical biopic” has become something of a subgenre of the regular biopic. Although they generally focus on older artists from decades past, they remain appealing and popular among moviegoers, as evidenced by theRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions Richard Taruskin, an influential and spectacularly fertile music scholar and historian who wrote the gigantic “Oxford History of Western Music,” died July 1 in a hospital in Oakland, California. He was 77 years old. The cause was esophageal cancer, said his wife, Cathy Roebuck Taruskin.Read More →

Laura YoungECB Publishing, Inc. In May, Kindergarten to Grade 5 students at Jefferson Somerset completed an interdisciplinary final music/art project featuring apricot trees and flamingos. It was a fun way to celebrate spring and get ready for summer.Jacquelyn Dupuis, an elementary music teacher, taught students a number of May songs,Read More →

Video game music really plays our emotions. Its impact and growing sophistication has inspired a growing number of academic studies (in a field sometimes labeled “ludomusicology”); in their 2006 essay The role of music in video games, Sean M Zehnder and Scott D Lipscomb noted the multifunctionality of game soundtracks;Read More →

Each month, Billboard Latin editors will feature a small group of new or relatively unknown artists whose music we love. Think “diamonds in the rough” or “diamonds in the rough”. They’re up-and-comers who haven’t yet had an impact on mainstream audiences – but whose music we’re passionate about and thinkRead More →

Originally from Tasmania and now living in Sydney, Emma Howard has been writing music for the better part of the past ten years. After a year of traveling abroad (pre-pandemic) where she attended many music festivals, Emma decided to create her own character and started releasing her own originals. FocusedRead More →

Art lovers flocked to Jewel Aedia, Lekki, Lagos to witness the display of creative energy through music, arts, fashion and dance. The event which was tagged, ‘Desperados’ Collectives Playground’, also featured multidisciplinary artist, Mayowa Alabi, aka Shuta Bug’s work for the 2022 Desperados Design Collectives. Hosted by Kemismallz and ilowitdflo,Read More →

In April 2021, SoundCloud launched its first “Fan-Powered Royalties” platform – its own brand of user-centric streaming payment model. This method of monetization sees the royalties from each individual subscriber’s monthly payment split only among the artists they listen to. This contrasts with the more typical model of “big pot”Read More →

The growing diversity of our catalog and our new creator-centric subscription plans provide even more options for creators to enhance their projects with high-quality music and other content. —Vanessa Beeswanger NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, USA, April 13, 2022 / — Soundstripe, a leading provider of unlimited, high-quality, royalty-free music, video and soundRead More →

Raymundo Caldera III better known by his various stage names, MVP, and Casper Repsac is a gifted artist, songwriter, music producer and founder of Fongacyde Productions (Music that grows on you), a premier music production company. Born and raised in Sacramento Ca, Raymundo Caldera seems to have had a passionRead More →

The Arctic Monkeys are in a total mood. Fans can’t get enough of their soulful indie-rock music, and the band have the platinum records to prove it. The band has been around for a long time. According to CMusethey formed in 2002 and released their first EP in 2005. SinceRead More →

Amazon Music presents award-winning artist Tyler, The Creator’s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST LIVE, streaming on Prime Video Thursday, March 31 The special concert will be streamed live from downtown Los Angeles on Prime Video, the Amazon Music Channel on Twitch, and the Amazon MusicRead More →

Romey Veteran Madison and Milwaukee rapper Romey, a longtime Milwaukee Bucks fan, will host halftime at an upcoming Milwaukee Bucks game on April 7 performing his new anthem “Fear The Deer (Championship Anthem).” which pays homage to the organization that inspired it. Romey, real name Jerome Hunt, tells Madison365 heRead More →

Regardless of the choice, every professional industry is competitive, but none have been as cutthroat as music and entertainment. With thousands, if not millions, of talented people vying for the chance to get noticed, the competition has only intensified with available streaming platforms available to all. Yet despite fierce competition,Read More →

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popularRead More →

Powerhouse vocalist Victor Hawkins has created a new series of videos to highlight the hidden issues and experiences faced by artists working in the cutthroat music industry. Tāmaki-based R&B and soul singer and songwriter Tāmaki Makaurau accompanies the release today of his own video for the uplifting anthem “Lost Ones,”Read More →

Hous3 Of Commons (HOC) is a group of producer-artists. Their goal is to produce breakthrough songs and build a successful discography across all platforms. HOC’s path to success. includes collaborating with other Canadian musical artists and industry professionals to create consistent, high-quality musical content. HOC was founded in 2018 andRead More →

Hollywood filmmaker and music supervisor Jamelle Adisa is the guest artist for Weatherford College’s Spring Songwriters Showcase “Time and Compassion” scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 3 at the Alkek Fine Arts Center. This free event is hosted by WC’s Jazz Studies Department. “We shape the future of our communityRead More →

baron ryanan astoundingly talented pianist and composer, is perhaps the most perfect person ever chosen to play in “hipstoric” Blackhawk Hotel in downtown Davenport. The son of two musicians (including his father, professional pianist Donald), he grew up in an Oklahoma home filled with the sounds of artists ranging fromRead More →