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63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards – Telecast

BTS's 'Butter' Garnered 5 Guinness Awards In Its Premiere

Buzz 07:30AM EDT

BTS's new single had recently earned five world records for their record-breaking views on Youtube and streams in Spotify.READ MORE

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift's Intimate "City of Lover" Concert Relived

Tv/Film 06:47AM EDT

The Paris concert “City of Lover” of Taylor Swift was shown on May 17 and can be streamed over Hulu and Disney Plus starting May 18.READ MORE

Kurt Elling

Kurt Elling, 'Passion World,' Concord Jazz (REVIEW)

Genres 09:58AM EDT

Every single one of singer Kurt Elling's 10 previous albums has been nominated for a Grammy Award (he won in 2009). Now comes album #11, 'Passion World,' five years in the making, is a world music potpourri of intriguing images, melodies, sadness and surprise.READ MORE

Keith Jarrett

Keith Jarrett, 'Creation' and 'Barber/Bartok/Jarrett,' ECM Records (REVIEW)

Genres 09:44AM EDT

For the first time in 19 years, ECM has released 2 Keith Jarrett CDs, a jazz project and a classical album. 'Creation' melds highlights of six solo piano performances into one seamless whole. 'Barber/Bartok/Jarrett' contains two concertos plus a quick goodbye.READ MORE

Kendrick Lamar 'To Pimp A Butterfly' Album Cover

Kendrick Lamar Delivers a Solid Follow-Up To 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' With 'To Pimp A Butterfly' [ROUND-UP REVIEW]

Buzz 22:24PM EDT

The conscious lyricist offered up a snippet of the album's creative direction with the release of "i" and the rest of the album follows suit with more upbeat and thought provoking bars.READ MORE

Bettye LaVette

REVIEW: Bettye LaVette Brings Café Carlyle to Tears with Old Songs from New Album 'Worthy'

Reviews 11:04AM EDT

When you walk into Café Carlyle, it's clear that not just anyone can take the stage. It has to be SOMEBODY. Most recently, that somebody was the Great Lady of Soul, herself, Bettye LaVette.READ MORE

Sonya Yoncheva

REVIEW: Bulgarian Soprano Sonya Yoncheva Debuts Memorable Mimì in Middling 'La Bohème' at Metropolitan Opera

Exclusives 10:30AM EDT

Recently, the Metropolitan Opera has made headlines for all the wrong reasons. Be it pre-season labor disputes with the man Peter Gelb, opening night unrest care of Leon Klinghoffer and Rudy Guiliani or just a simple technical glitch during the broadcast at your local cinema, what's been lost as of late is a lot. Such controversies, however inflated, do obscure the institution's real mission statement. First and perhaps foremost, is the fact that the Met remains this country's most enduring repertory company. For every Klinghoffer or Iolanta premiere in 2014-15, there are as many, if not more, reheated Aidas and prefab Meistersingers. Come the holidays, highly touted new productions of Le Nozze di Figaro and The Merry Widow will run alongside evergreen faire like Il Barbiere di Siviglia and Hansel and Gretel. And, let's be honest, it is the latter, lighter of these programming options that the casual opera-goer is wont to experience there at Lincoln Center. In fact, Mr. Gelb is banking on it.READ MORE

Killer Mike and El-P have released their collaborative album Run The Jewels 2.

Killer Mike And El-P Are Relentless In Their Delivery On New Album ‘Run The Jewels 2′ [ROUND-UP REVIEW]

Buzz 22:16PM EDT

Last year, Killer Mike And El-P took fans by surprise with the release of their first collaborative effort. Now they're back, proving their chemistry wasn't a fluke. The highly anticipated album has been welcomed to much critical acclaim.READ MORE

Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo Talk Dirty Tour Rocks NYC's Best Buy Theater [REVIEW/ VIDEO]: Singer Gives Reggae Rendition Of Sam Smith's "Stay With Me"

Reviews 16:08PM EDT

A New York inspired stage set covered in graffiti along with multi-leveled platforms and personal pull up bars was the perfect playground for superstar, Jason Derulo and his six background dancers to perform for two hours in New York City's Best Buy Theater, for his "Talk Dirty Tour."READ MORE

REVIEW: Christopher Theofanidis’ ‘Legend of the Northern Lights’ Is a Wild Ride Through Space and Time

REVIEW: Christopher Theofanidis’ ‘The Legend of the Northern Lights’ Is a Wild Ride Through Space and Time

Genres 10:36AM EDT

Conductor Carlos Kalmar and the Grant Park Orchestra expertly navigated 'The Legend of the Northern Lights' on Saturday night, bringing a crystal clarity to even the most demanding passages. This outstanding new work by Christopher Theofanidis was also performed at Millennium Park on August 8.READ MORE

REVIEW: Irish Melodies Shine in Sir James Galway’s Premiere of Irish Flute Concerto at Ravinia

REVIEW: Irish Melodies Shine in James Galway’s Premiere of Irish Flute Concerto with Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia

Tour Journals 09:58AM EDT

The U.S. premiere of 'Linen and Lace,' a flute concerto by Bill Whelan, was an unusual and welcome event at Ravinia on Tuesday night. Whelan is best known as the composer of 'Riverdance,' the Irish music show that step-danced its way into music history 20 years ago.READ MORE

REVIEW: Hasty Pudding Theater 166, 'Victorian Secrets,' at Hunter College's Kaye Playhouse

REVIEW: Hasty Pudding Theatricals 166, 'Victorian Secrets,' @ Hunter College's Kaye Playhouse (3/15/14)

Genres 09:39AM EDT

When one thinks of Harvard--Hasty Pudding Theatricals, specifically--one's mind is usually in Cambridge, Mass. Why shouldn't it be? HPT has roots there dating back to September 1, 1795. Yeah, it's the antepenultimate oldest club for nancy boy theater geeks in the white man's world, preceded only by the... READ MORE

REVIEW: Andy Karl Throws a Wicked Balboa (Book by Stallone, Bloody Alex Timbers Director) in New Broadway Musical, 'ROCKY'

Genres 09:00AM EDT

Both an adrenaline-infused spectacle and a surprising tale of blossoming romance between two lonely outsiders, ROCKY is a visceral and heart-stopping theatrical experience for everyone brave enough to follow their dream.READ MORE

Lea Michele,

Review: Lea Michele gets other stars' scraps in 'Louder' from debut album [LISTEN]

Genres 14:47PM EDT

After debuting two ballads from her debut album, it's about time "Glee" star Lea Michele turned things up. Today (Jan. 13), the Broadway star turned actress turned singer debuted "Louder" the third song from her debut pop album of the same name at Billboard.READ MORE

Lily Allen

Review: Lily Allen drifts away from her problems on poppy new song 'Air Balloon' [LISTEN]

Genres 11:19AM EDT

Lily Allen is continuing to gear up for her return to music. After dropping her patriarchy challenging single "Hard Out Here" in November, the British pop darling has now dropped a second track from her yet-to-be titled third studio album. Today (Jan. 13), Allen released the fittingly light song "Air Balloon" on her official YouTube page.READ MORE

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