• Rolling Stones' former publicist Carol Klenfner

    The Rolling Stones' Tequila Sunrise Pours Into JFK Airport with Jose Cuervo Pop-Up: Interview

    The Rolling Stones' 1972 tour is a thing of rock 'n' roll legends. From the hijinks of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to Truman Capote leaving the tour in the middle of his reporting for Rolling Stone magazine to, of course, the music itself, the American trek is still talked about to this day. And, even though fans can't exactly relive the booze-fueled tour, if they happen to be flying through New York City's JFK Airport, they can at least get a taste of what the Stones did back in the day... through some Jose Cuervo tequila sunrises. Richards even famously dubbed the trek the "cocaine and tequila sunrise tour."
  • Echosmith

    Echosmith On 'Cool Kids' Success, Pressure, Next Album [Interview]

    Unless you have lived under a rock over the past two years, you have probably Echosmith's hit single "Cool Kids." The four-piece family band of Sydney, Graham, Noah and Jamie Sierota have been playing together since they were very young. However it was not until they released their debut album Talking Dreams that the industry started to notice these bright-eyed kids from Chino, California and their playful, cheery indie-pop sound that doesn't come off as cheesy, but still has a mainstream and a radio-friendly appeal.
  • Mathew Knowles

    Mathew Knowles Talks Music Industry & New Careers In Music

    Have you ever wanted to be a singer or to work in the music industry? Music Times reporter, Star Connor, had a chance to speak to music icon, Mathew Knowles, about what it takes to become successful in the business of entertainment. Beyonce's father is introducing a new boot camp to inspire everyone to learn about new careers in the music business.
  • Arty

    Arty On 'Glorious,' Together We Are, New Anjunabeats Projects [Interview]

    We had the chance to catch up with Arty during a busy press day in New York City before his upcoming show at Webster Hall and an album preview session at Sirius XM. We chatted about the album, his radio show Together We Are, which has been hiatus for the past two years, but is coming back very soon, upcoming projects with Anjunabeats and more.
  • The Oh Hellos

    The Oh Hellos Bring C.S. Lewis Inspirations to Rich New Album 'Dear Wormwood': Interview

    The Oh Hellos may have started off making music together simply as Tyler and Maggie Heath by writing a loving, joke-filled song together as a birthday gift for their mother's birthday but this is the sort of act that needs to be taken seriously. What started off as a remedy for being a couple of broke children soon developed in to a rich, fully formed musical project with the sort of richness of Fleet Foxes or The Head and The Heart. But, the kicker is The Oh Hellos create those sounds as a duo.
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