Melodious and jazz infused, Mieka Pauley's style emanates a modern twist to ageless ballads
Music and art uplift the spirit & soothe the soul by Jeannie Deva - celebrity voice coach and voice coach to the voice coach
Aptly penned the “Hottest Show On Earth” tour, KISS brought their bombastic stage to the Colosseum inside Caesars Windsor once again to a sold-out crowd
The biggest crime of the biggest trade show in the music industry is that it's not open to the public
Rob Dickinson performed his impressive solo acoustic set to include songs from his new album "Fresh Wine For The Horses" and a few songs from his prior works with Catherine Wheel
San Francisco based singer Jacqui Naylor is a little bit this, some of that, but 100% original. That's why she's about to break BIG
BET has outdone the awards arena again with telecast of the 2006 BET AWARDS. Live from the Shrine Auditorium, it was a star-filled night of excitement, first-time winners and familiar faces on June 24th 2006.
Xavier Rudd returns to his second home base, Canada, to once again amaze his audience with his powerful performance, mesmerizing lyrics and memorable presence.
Foreigner has went through a number of changes over the years, but they proved Sunday night at the House of Blues that no matter who is the band they still can put on a great rock n' roll show.
A comical look at the power women wield over men. No matter whether you serve or rule a woman can make you a fool!
Dmitri Hvorostovsky gave the audience at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion a double treat with a program of two very different, distinctive kinds of music.
ASCAP has named the top 25-most performed holiday songs, with "The Christmas Song" still leading the pack.
Toronto Funk Hip Hop Rock n' Rolls earns props for its line up of funkified, hip-hop-licious and rock n' rollable music, featuring: Matt York, Tomi Swick, Kamikaze Baby and KC Roberts and the Raw Blue.
Cecilia Bartolis vibrant recital of baroque arias last night rocketed the house to its feet with a roar. It took three encores and upwards of ten curtain calls before the packed crowd at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion was finished cheering.
Cypress Hill producer turned chess enthusiast on his new collaboration with GZA, and the release party at J-Lo's club
The Grand Duchess at the Los Angeles Opera is a fluffy confection with as much icing as cake. Americans love their sweets sweet, and this production shamelessly delivers a veritable Candyland for the eyes and ears.
Eclectic and essential WHO Concert DVD hits stores November 15th.
The Who announced on Friday October, 7th the forthcoming release of their new DVD box set, The Who: Tommy & Quadrophenia Live With Special Guests. In addition to the DVD set Samsung electronics also announced that they have kicked off a promotional campaign to coincide with the DVD release.
Head-bopping and hip-jiving minus pretentiousness are the ingredients behind Strictly Roots third sold-out success. Nine Mile, Melissa Larkin and Matt York headline the annual music festival in Toronto, Canada.
The MCI sponsored Monterey Jazz Festival is the creative expression of the natural life cycle. The Festival nurtures the next generation of jazz legends, while celebrating the enormous talents that came before them.
September 16 19th, 2005