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Fans, celebrities mourn death of K-pop star Sulli

Seoul - Fans and fellow performers on Tuesday mourned the death of a K-pop star who had long been the target of online bullying, some calling for greater mental health support for those working in the country's notoriously competitive show business industry.

Cherie Currie, Brie Darling talk new music, touring, digital age Special

Veteran rock stars Cherie Currie (The Runaways) and Brie Darling (Fanny) chatted with Digital Journal about their new album "The Motivator" and their tour.

Michael Catalano up for 'Best Photography Studio' in 2020 contest

Multifaceted Long Island photographer Michael Catalano has a major reason to be proud. He is in the running in the 2020 "Best of Long Island" competition.

Cyber-bullied K-pop star found dead at her home

Seoul - A popular K-pop star who had long been the target of abusive online comments was found dead at her home Monday, South Korean police said.

Review: Walker Hayes releases heartwarming video for 'Don't Let Her' Special

On October 11, country sensation Walker Hayes released his music video for his latest single "Don't Let Her." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: Daphne Willis releases 'I Am Enough' LGBTQ ballet music video Special

Singer-songwriter Daphne Willis released her new "I Am Enough" LGBTQ ballet music video as part of "National Coming Out Day."

Review: Yelfris Valdes: Tour de force performance at London's Jazz Cafe Special

London - Yelfris Valdés debuted 'For The Ones' at London's Jazz Cafe, serving up a superb toe-tapping performance, supported by a rhythmical and melodic array of musicians. The new project is both adventurous and experimental, as the live show revealed.

Top DJ Fatboy Slim pays homage to 'right now' Greta Thunberg

London - British superstar DJ Fatboy Slim paid tribute to teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg by performing a remix of his hit song "Right Here, Right Now", using samples from her dramatic UN speech.

Alter Bridge talks 'Walk the Sky' album and digital age of music Special

Myles Kennedy, the lead singer of the acclaimed band Alter Bridge, chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming sixth studio album, "Walk the Sky," which will be released on October 18 via Napalm Records.

Italian opera star Marcello Giordani dies, aged 56

Rome - The opera world paid tribute Sunday to Italian tenor Marcello Giordani, who died of a heart attack at his home in Sicily. He was 56.Only last month, he had been playing the role of Calaf in Puccini's opera Turandot at two open-air theatres in Sicily.

Ginger Baker, drummer with rock legends Cream, dies aged 80

London - Legendary British drummer Ginger Baker, a founding member of British psychedelic band Cream, died on Sunday aged 80, it was announced on his Twitter account.

Beatles classic 'Abbey Road' tops charts again after 50 years

London - Classic Beatles album "Abbey Road" is back at number one in Britain half a century after its first release, with the band breaking their own record for the longest gap between stints at the top of the charts.

ARTY talks about 'Daydreams,' electronic music and digital age Special

ARTY chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "Daydreams" and he opened up about being an electronic artist in this digital age.

Mexican music prize snubs Placido Domingo amid scandal

Mexico - The organizers of Mexico's Batuta prize in classical music said Thursday they would no longer award it to Placido Domingo, the legendary opera singer facing a flood of sexual harassment accusations.

Feuding children reach truce on funeral for Mexican superstar Jose Jose

Mexico - After days of drama involving a missing corpse, a family feud and a soundtrack of heartbroken love songs, late Latin singing sensation Jose Jose's children have set aside their differences and agreed on plans for his funeral, the Mexican government sai...

Children of Jose Jose demand answers over superstar's missing body

Miami - The missing corpse of the late Mexican troubadour Jose Jose remained on Tuesday the central plot of a bizarre reality telenovela that's seen family feuding over the mysterious whereabouts of his remains.

Review: Carolyn Miller stuns on 'Summer Time' music video Special

Rising Long Island country songstress Carolyn Miller has released her brand new music video for "Summer Time," which is refreshing and fun.

Review: Illenium charms on 'Ascend' electronic dance music album Special

World-renowned DJ and electronic dance music producer Illenium released his latest album "Ascend" in mid-August of 2019.

Mexican crooner Jose Jose, hero of jilted lovers, dead at 71

Miami - Jose Jose, a velvety-voiced Mexican crooner who was wildly popular in Latin America over a 50-year career that spawned love song after love song, has died, the Mexican government and his son said Saturday. He was 71.

Review: James Maslow gets 'Delirious' with steamy music video Special

On September 27, pop singer-songwriter James Maslow released the new music video for his latest song "Delirious," which is very artistic and creative.

Opera star Placido Domingo withdraws from all future Met performances

New York - Placido Domingo, the legendary opera singer facing myriad sexual harassment accusations, is withdrawing from all future performances at New York's Metropolitan Opera, both he and the institution announced Tuesday.

Sia and Sound of Music: Hong Kong rallies showcase satirical remixes

Fpo - The ever-evolving soundtrack to Hong Kong's summer of rage has been bolstered by three new songs that take satirical aim at the police -- the most popular a remix of Australian singer Sia's hit "Chandelier".

U2 announce first ever India concert

New Delhi - Irish rockers U2 have announced they are to play their first ever concert in India, wrapping up the band's Joshua Tree Tour 2019 in the coastal megacity of Mumbai on December 15.

Andreas Gabalier, Austria's 'populist' pop star, faces far-right claims

Vienna - With his lederhosen and lyrics about his love for the mountains, Andreas Gabalier has become the biggest name in Austrian pop music, but recently has had to defend himself against claims of far-right sympathies.

Holly talks about 'Alameda 1000' EP, electronic music, and Bjork Special

Portuguese bass producer and DJ Holly chatted with Digital Journal about his new EP "Alameda 1000," which was released today on Insomniac Record.

'I cannot stay silent': Turkish rappers get political

Istanbul - A 15-minute rap song has taken Turkey by storm, touching a nerve in the polarised society at a time when artists are finding a voice after years of stifled dissent.

Review: Canaan Smith releases spitfire 'Country Boy Things' music video Special

Country star Canaan Smith released the music video for his latest spitfire country single "Country Boy Things" that was released on Florida Georgia Line's Round Here Records.

'Glory to Hong Kong': The new anthem embraced by protesters

Fpo - A defiant protest anthem penned by an anonymous composer has become the unofficial new soundtrack to Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests, belted out by crowds at flashmobs in malls, on the streets and in the football stands.

Russian rapper deletes pro-Moscow video with 1.5 million dislikes

Moscow - A popular Russian rapper on Tuesday deleted a music video singing the praises of Moscow authorities ahead of contentious elections after it gathered almost 1.5 million dislikes on YouTube.

Review: Innovative Soundsurge music technology products Special

TaoTronics are innovators with sound technology, including active noise cancelling headphones. Digital Journal reviews three new products from the company. The over-ear devices are especailly good for battery life, as well as for sound quality.
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