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Global music star Harry Styles has topped music charts worldwide thanks to the commercial success of his eponymous debut studio album.

Review: 'Make Me (Cry)' covered by Sammi Rae Murciano and Sam Diem Special

Rising singers Sammi Rae Murciano and Sam Diem have covered "Make Me (Cry)" by Noah Cyrus and Labrinth, and their version is awesome.

Review: Taylor Momsen honors Chris Cornell with Audioslave's Like a Stone Special

Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless has given the performance of a lifetime, with her Audioslave cover of "Like a Stone."

Review: The Philanthropist revived for the London Stage Special

The Philanthropist, a play popular in 1970s, has been revived for a new London run being performed at the Trafalgar Theater in London. Digital Journal paid a visit and assesses the unfolding drama.

Op-Ed: LL Cool J should be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Grammy-winning rapper LL Cool J deserves to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He previously garnered a nomination in 2013.

Mike Santoro talks Brooklyn Bowl show, Billy Joel music, Big Shot Special

Singer-songwriter Mike Santoro chatted with Digital Journal about his Billy Joel tribute show on July 30 at the Brooklyn Bowl. He opened up about Billy Joel as his musical influence and talked about the New York Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot.

Shane Owens to make 'Fox & Friends' national television debut

Country singer Shane Owens has a major reason to be proud. He will be making his network television debut on "Fox & Friends" on Sunday, May 28.

Cannes queen Kidman steers career 'like I'm 21'

Nicole Kidman said Monday that she still tackles roles like a 21-year-old after the premiere of her shocking new horror movie at the Cannes film festival.

Last performance for 'the greatest show on earth'

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, America's best-known circus, has staged its final show after 146 years, marking the end of an era brought on by animal rights advocates.

Mozart junior: Curse of the 'missing spark'

Having famous parents can be a mixed blessing, but Austrian musician Franz Xaver Mozart had it tougher than most.

Review: Zac Brown Band disappoints on new country album 'Welcome Home' Special

Grammy-winning country group Zac Brown Band has released their new studio album "Welcome Home" on May 12, and it is quite disappointing.

Review: Green Day puts high-octane show at Rumsey Playfield in New York Special

On May 19, acclaimed punk rock band Green Day put on a high-octane morning show at Rumsey Playfield in New York's Central Park.

Trent Tomlinson discusses new 'That's What's Working Right Now' Special

Country singer Trent Tomlinson chatted with Digital Journal about his new "That's What's Working Right Now" single and album.

Clint Eastwood, 86, hints at return to acting

Hollywood screen legend Clint Eastwood said Sunday that he isn't ruling out a return to acting -- at the age of 86.

Mike DelGuidice talks Joan Jett, Chris Cornell and Pink Tie event Special

On May 20, Mike DelGuidice of the Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot sat down and chatted with me about playing with Joan Jett at Nassau Coliseum, remembering Chris Cornell and the Pink Tie event in Woodbury.

'Star Wars' at 40: The Force is still strong

The date was 1977, and no one had yet worn a copper bikini to bed, made "whooshing" lightsaber noises with a broomstick or yelled "May the Fourth be with you" at strangers.

Review: Derren Brown fantastic in 'Secret' show at Linda Gross Theater Special

On May 20, acclaimed mentalist Derren Brown performed at the Atlantic Theater Company's Linda Gross Theater in New York, for a great turnout.

Robot rockers lead Lithuania's street music day

From folk singers to an all-robot rock band, hundreds of Lithuanian music lovers flocked streets and squares Saturday to celebrate Street Music Day in dozens of cities and towns nationwide.

Urban Cone and Nightly to perform at Mercury Lounge in New York

The bands Nightly and Urban Cone will be performing an early show at Mercury Lounge in New York City on Thursday, May 25.

Review: ‘Alien: Covenant’ gets closer to the truth Special

‘Alien: Covenant’ is everything ‘Prometheus’ wasn’t and more as the film further explores the origins of the formidable xenomorph.

Catching up with Amy Connerley: All-girl group Sugar & Spice Special

Multifaceted entertainer Amy Connerley chatted with Digital Journal about being a part of the new all-girl tribute act, Sugar & Spice, where they performed at Mulcahy's on May 19.

Cult series 'Twin Peaks' makes long-awaited return

"Twin Peaks," the quirky TV show turned cult classic that gave way to a new age of television, makes its hotly anticipated return Sunday, nearly three decades after its debut.

Review: Fleetwood Macked rocks Mulcahy's, pays homage to Chris Cornell Special

On May 19, Fleetwood Macked, the acclaimed Fleetwood Mac tribute group, performed at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh.

Ferry Corsten talks new album 'Blueprint' and Webster Hall show Special

Trance superstar Ferry Corsten chatted with Digital Journal about his new artist album "Blueprint" and his album release party at Webster Hall in New York.

Dan Romano to partake in 'Blue Party,' to raise autism awareness

Popular radio personality Danny Romano will be walking the blue carpet, as part of "The Blue Party" for a worthy cause this June.

Review: Scott Stapp honors Chris Cornell, to perform at Pink Tie event Special

Grammy winner Scott Stapp, the voice of Creed, paid homage to the late rock superstar Chris Cornell at his solo concert.

Review: Roadcase Royale soars on new radio single 'Not Giving Up' Special

Nancy Wilson's side project, Roadcase Royale, is back with their new single, the soaring and optimistic "Not Giving Up."

Review: Ann Wilson tips her hat to Chris Cornell with 'Black Hole Sun' Special

Rock queen Ann Wilson from Heart has paid tribute to her late friend Chris Cornell by singing "Black Hole Sun" in his honor.

Jo Weil's new film 'Sodom' to make its world premiere in London Special

Acclaimed German actor Jo Weil's first English-speaking feature film, "Sodom" is going to have its world premiere on June 17.

Netflix row stirs tough questions for cinema's future

The bitter row over whether Netflix films should be shown at the Cannes film festival is billed as generational clash that calls into question the future of cinema.

Ásgeir talks new video 'Unbound' and 'Afterglow' album Special

Icelandic singer-songwriter Ásgeir chatted with Digital Journal about his music video for his new single "Unbound," and his new album.

Review: Chic's Kimberly Davis delights on new solo single 'My Fire' Special

Kimberly Davis, the lead singer of the disco and funk group Chic, is back with her new solo single "My Fire," which was released on May 19.

Review: kirstin glorious on new 'Break A Little' single and music video Special

kirstin is back with her debut solo single "Break A Little." She is best known as the sole female member of the Grammy-winning group Pentatonix.

Kane Brown talks new single, CMT nomination, Jones Beach show Special

Country singer Kane Brown chatted with Digital Journal about his latest single with Lauren Alaina, and upcoming show at Jones Beach in New York.

Cedella Marley talks 'Could You Be Loved' with Savi and Bankey Special

Jamaican entertainer Cedella Marley chatted with Digital Journal about her new "Could You Be Loved" collaboration with Savi and Bankey.

Review: Linkin Park awesome on new studio album 'One More Light' Special

Rock band Linkin Park is back stronger than ever with their seventh studio album, "One More Light," which was released on Warner Bros. Records and Machine Shop.

Review: Can’t save what’s already lost in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a couple of Bruce Lee classics; the end of an era; a furry uprising; a throwback horror movie; and an action return.

Op-Ed: With JFK or not 'Camelot' lives on in the Arthurian Legend Special

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the release of the movie version of "Camelot" based on the Broadway musical by Lerner and Lowe. It came to epitomize an era in post-WWII America. Even without JFK, Camelot and the Arthurian Legend endures.

Drew Baldridge Top 10 finalist for Macy's iHeartRadio Rising Star

Rising country singer Drew Baldridge has a major reason to be proud. He was selected at a Top 10 finalist for the 2017 iHeartRadio Rising Star contest.

Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano talk Marquee New York, Electric Zoo Special

House duo Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming show at Marquee New York, and Electric Zoo this September.

Martina McBride reflects on 25 years in music, Team Music is Love Special

Country sensation Martina McBride chatted with me about her 25-year anniversary in the music industry, and her charity Team Music is Love.
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