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Review: 'Just Like That' Another Fine Offering from Bonnie Raitt

Review: 'Just Like That' Another Fine Offering from Bonnie Raitt

By Kevin Schattenkirk | May 2, 2022

Bonnie Raitt's latest, her first in six years, is another fine offering in one of rock's most impressively consistent catalogs.

The Judds, Ray Charles Join the Country Music Hall of Fame

The Judds, Ray Charles Join the Country Music Hall of Fame

By Kristin M. Hall | May 2, 2022

Ray Charles and The Judds joined the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday in a ceremony filled with tears, music and laughter, just a day after Naomi Judd died unexpectedly.

Echoes of 2006: Jazz Fest Returns to New Orleans for 2022

Echoes of 2006: Jazz Fest Returns to New Orleans for 2022

By Kevin McGill | May 1, 2022

Once silenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival opened Friday for the first time in three years — a long awaited 2022 revival that holds echoes of 2006.

Review: Work Out Hard to "Wet Tennis" by SOFI TUKKER

Review: Work Out Hard to "Wet Tennis" by SOFI TUKKER

By JC Alvarez | Apr 29, 2022

Just in time to put the swing back into the EDM festival season, SOFI TUKKER pair up in a mixed-doubles match on their new album "Wet Tennis" full of retro-dance feels and futuristic infusion.

Rufus Wainwright to Channel Judy Garland in NYC and Chicago

Rufus Wainwright to Channel Judy Garland in NYC and Chicago

Apr 28, 2022

2x Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright will celebrate Judy Garland's centenary with a pair of exclusive live residencies, "Rufus Does Judy" at City Winery, set for City Winery in New York City (June 5-10) and Chicago (June 16-17).

Outdoor Summer Concerts Return with Strong Tours

Outdoor Summer Concerts Return with Strong Tours

By Christopher Ehlers | Apr 28, 2022

Although concerts have been back in full swing for several months now, this summer will be the first summer in two years that see the full return of one of summer's greatest pastimes: Outdoor concerts.

The B-52s to Launch a US Farewell Tour this Summer

The B-52s to Launch a US Farewell Tour this Summer

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 26, 2022

The quirky dance-pop outfit The B-52s are hitting the road one last time for a final tour this summer that will roam from coast to coast.

Sam Smith Teases New Era, New Single 'Love Me More'

Sam Smith Teases New Era, New Single 'Love Me More'

By Emell Adolphus | Apr 20, 2022

Smith says "Love Me More" will arrive at 6 p.m. EST on Thursday, April 28.

High Times — Celebrate '420' with These Films and Music

High Times — Celebrate '420' with These Films and Music

By Christopher Ehlers | Apr 19, 2022

Whether you're a casual observer of 420 or treat the day as if it were a high holy day, there's no denying that stoner culture has permeated every corner of popular culture. There are plenty of movies and albums celebrating stoner culture.

Scaring up Stravinsky: Simon Rattle Returns to the Three Ballets

Scaring up Stravinsky: Simon Rattle Returns to the Three Ballets

By Tim Pfaff | Apr 19, 2022

The London Symphony Orchestra's recording of Igor Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring," conducted by Simon Rattle, reminds us what a still-stunning piece "Le Sacre" is. Also, gay barihunk Stephane Degout sings Ravel.

Review: Consistently High Energy Largely Sustains Jack White's 'Fear of the Dawn'

Review: Consistently High Energy Largely Sustains Jack White's 'Fear of the Dawn'

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Apr 13, 2022

Jack White's fourth album is intentionally bold and purposeful in its elusive strangeness.

Betty Buckley Sings Sondheim

Betty Buckley Sings Sondheim

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Apr 12, 2022

In a career that has lasted more than forty years, Betty Buckley has done it all. On her new album, 'Betty Buckley Sings Stephen Sondheim,' she celebrates the lyrics of one of the greatest songwriters in musical theater history.

Watch: JoJo Siwa on Why She Wasn't at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards

Watch: JoJo Siwa on Why She Wasn't at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards

By Emell Adolphus | Apr 11, 2022

Celebrities are speaking out and coming to Siwa's defense after she explains why she was not at the event.

Review: What Makes Bad Bunny So Easy to Love

Review: What Makes Bad Bunny So Easy to Love

By Christopher Ehlers | Apr 11, 2022

Big Bunny's recent "El Último Tour Del Mundo" tour, which is just about one of the most impressive concert tours I've ever seen.

Jack White Marries Musician Olivia Jean at Detroit Show

Jack White Marries Musician Olivia Jean at Detroit Show

Apr 10, 2022

Jack White surprised fans by marrying musician Olivia Jean on stage during his Detroit homecoming show Friday.

Swedish House Mafia, The Weeknd Replace Ye at Coachella

Swedish House Mafia, The Weeknd Replace Ye at Coachella

Apr 7, 2022

Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd are replacing rapper Ye in a headlining spot at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Catch Tchaikovsky Competition Winner Alexandre Kantorow in His Boston Symphony Debut

Catch Tchaikovsky Competition Winner Alexandre Kantorow in His Boston Symphony Debut

Apr 5, 2022

Boston audiences will get to experience pianist Alexandre Kantorow's artistry firsthand when he joins the Boston Symphony Orchestra this week when he makes his debut with the orchestra.

Lil Nas X Threatens to Turn Straight After Losing at the Grammys

Lil Nas X Threatens to Turn Straight After Losing at the Grammys

By Emell Adolphus | Apr 4, 2022

After many nominations but no Grammy wins, Lil Nas X threw subtle shade about how things have changed after coming out.

Jon Batiste Tops Grammys; Silk Sonic Soars, Rodrigo Crowned

Jon Batiste Tops Grammys; Silk Sonic Soars, Rodrigo Crowned

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Apr 4, 2022

Olivia Rodrigo made an impressive Grammy debut, Silk Sonic claimed two major awards and Jon Batiste had the most stunning victory of the night winning the top prize at Sunday's Grammy Awards.

Grammy Awards Are Sunday — Who Will and/or Should Win?

Grammy Awards Are Sunday — Who Will and/or Should Win?

By Christopher Ehlers | Apr 3, 2022

After being pushed back for the second year in a row due to COVID, the 64th annual Grammy Awards will finally be handed out this Sunday in Las Vegas. EDGE's Chris Ehlers makes his picks as to who will win and who should win.

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