Music

View gallery Image Credit: Danny Payne/Shutterstock Taylor Swift is busy rehearsing for her upcoming tour, but she’s still making sure to keep the content coming! At midnight on Jan. 27, she released the third music video from the Midnights album, which came out in October. The video was for the album’s opening track, “Lavender Haze,” and
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Apple Original Films announced the theatrical release of a new sing-along version of holiday musical comedy Spirited starring Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds and Octavia Spencer in 100+ U.S. theaters starting this Friday, Dec. 16. Some of numbers are seen as contenders for Best Original Song. The film, with original songs by Oscar, Grammy and Tony
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Moonage Daydream is returning to the really big screen. Brett Morgen’s award-winning documentary about David Bowie will be re-released on Imax screens around the country for limited engagements, beginning on Monday, December 5 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. From Dec. 7-13 it will play at six Imax locations in the Los Angeles area,
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If anyone is having a great autumn, it’s Harry Styles. His Love on Tour jaunt, now in its second leg, boasts a reported running total of $233.5M and it’s still running. It’s the type of tentpole cash that any motion picture studio would envy. Breaking this down: The singer’s 15-night residency at Madison Square Garden
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View gallery Image Credit: Frank Micelotta/Picturegroup/Shutterstock The day that Rihanna’s fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. On Friday (Oct. 28), Rihanna, 34, made her eagerly-anticipated return to music with the release of “Lift Me Up,” the lead single from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. Arriving weeks after the NFL announced Rihanna as
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Trafalgar Releasing and Warner Bros. will present a digitally remastered ABBA: The Movie for two night in May to celebrate the Swedish pop sensation’s 50th anniversary. The film was shot by director Lasse Hallström during the group’s hugely successful 1977 Australian tour and first released that year. ABBA: The Movie – Fan Event “will take
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Imax grossed $95,000 live simulcasting the Kanye West (with special guest Drake) benefit concert at the L.A. Coliseum to 35 Imax theaters — a one-night event Thursday that included seven sellouts despite being available to stream live on Amazon Prime. The show, Imax’ first live concert event, comes as the large format exhibitor experiments with
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Jesy Nelson said there’s been ‘distance’ between herself and the other Little Mix members ever since she quit the girl group in Dec. 2020. Since leaving Little Mix in Dec. 2020 to focus on her mental health, Jesy Nelson has lost touch with her former bandmates. “I haven’t spoken to the girls,” the 30-year-old singer told
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In what could be a harbinger for Broadway’s post-Covid protocol, Springsteen on Broadway has announced that audience members must be vaccinated with an FDA-approved vaccine, a policy no doubt disappointing to the many Canadians and Europeans who have received the AstraZeneca vaccine. Producers of Springsteen on Broadway announced Tuesday night that the show, which will
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The $550 million renovation of Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall will be completed two years earlier than anticipated, with a re-opening now planned for Fall 2022. In a joint statement released today by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the New York Philharmonic, the cultural organizations said the acceleration of the project will “boost
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With the release of ‘A Glitch In Paradise,’ ANTIBOY – aka the late Harry Hains – envisions a future of ‘inclusivity’ and ‘celebrating differences,’ and that hopeful ‘dream’ is captured in their visually stunning new video. Sadly, Harry Hains will not see the world of ANTIBOY, his futuristic music persona, come to fruition. Yet, thanks
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Despite what you may have read, The Right Girl is not a musical about Harvey Weinstein. Then again, having been created by one of the first women to speak out against the rapist, it’s not not a musical about Harvey Weinstein. Had Broadway not gone dark with the coronavirus pandemic last March, audiences might already
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