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Live music has taken a bit of a beating in the last year or so thanks to the pandemic. However, performers are taking to the virtual stage to give their fans some incredible once-in-a-lifetime experiences. It’s been great to see so many artists embracing the “new normal” and ensuring that they can still connect to …
Every music era has had its favourites. From the gravelly tones of Bob Dylan to toe-tapping hits from Michael Jackson as the king of pop. In the past decade of music, however, these are the musicians who have had the most impact on the generations around us today.
When it comes to music, we’ve seen some of our favourite stars grow up in front of our very eyes. We’ve celebrated their major milestones and kept up with their latest news. This also means that we’re up to date on some of the unpleasant news that comes around every once in a while, musician …
A pleasant, intimate concert with a few thousand attendees is fantastic. Less ambient noise, and a feeling of being generally less crowded makes for a pleasant experience. On the other hand, how about being at a concert that has a crowd of 3.5 million?
With the ‘new norm’ requirement of social distancing becoming the buzzwords for 2020, people are desperate for some sort of normality – and just want to have some fun! The concert industry – as it’s all about large groups of people coming together to watch a band – has been among the hardest hit. This …
Musicians, especially the really famous ones, all seem to have specific things that they want to be surrounded by backstage before a performance. Sometimes it’s all about going through a routine for good luck and to improve concentration before hitting the stage. Other times… No one is really sure what reason they have for demanding …
It seems that despite himself and his abrasive personality, Kanye West is bigger than ever before. The controversial rapper who is also Kim Kardashian’s other half is currently the most commercially successful he’s ever been and he shows no n of slowing down.
It turns out that just because an artist is dead, it doesn’t mean you won’t get to see them on tour again. Hologram tours are becoming increasingly popular, and so far stars like Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Amy Winehouse and Frank Zappa have “appeared” on stage again doing what they do best.
Missy Elliott made good on her April new music tease and surprised fans with the release of Iconology. The 5-track EP, which was co-produced by Elliott, Wili Hendrix, and Timbaland, is the rapper’s first collection of new music since 2005’s Cookbook.
While many musicians get into the business not to make money but to rather make music for their fans, a musician that becomes popular enough will inevitably begin to earn a lot of money down the line. In fact, some musicians do so well that they are often paid more than A-list film actors, showing …
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