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Adam Lambert to make cameo in new Taylor Swift music video

On June 16, Grammy-nominated pop star Adam Lambert announced that he will be making a cameo in Taylor Swift's new music video.

Review: Two wireless earbuds reviewed for sound and functionality Special

Earbuds are becoming the popular alternative to the standard headphones that come with smartphones. Technology has moved on for pairing to be maintained consistently, via Bluetooth. Two different products, from Xcentz and Blitzwolf are examined.

After conquering Broadway, 'Hamilton' eyes global tour

New York - After triumphing on Broadway, the lower 48 states and London's West End, "Hamilton" is eyeing its first non-English production as well as tours throughout Europe and Asia.

Review: Machine Gun Kelly releases electrifying 'I Think I'm OKAY' video Special

Acclaimed rapper Machine Gun Kelly is back with his electrifying new music video for "I Think I'm OKAY," which was released on June 13.

K-pop 'Gangnam' mogul resigns as drug, sex scandals rock agency

Seoul - K-pop mogul Yang Hyun-suk resigned Friday as head of South Korea's major record agency YG Entertainment amid drug and sex scandals that have rocked his company.

VASSY talks 'Concrete Heart,' electronic music, technology, Pink Special

Multi-platinum dance recording artist VASSY chatted with Digital Journal about her latest chart-topping single "Concrete Heart," and the impact of technology on electronic dance music.

Noah Kahan talks 'Cynic,' 'Busyhead,' Jade Bird and digital age Special

Republic recording artist Noah Kahan chatted with Digital Journal about "Cynic" and his new album "Busyhead." He also spoke about what it's like to be an artist in the digital age of music.

Paul Mahos talks PinkTie, Stony Brook Children's Hospital, music Special

East Meadow - On June 10, Long Island musician Paul Mahos chatted with this journalist on the red carpet of the PinkTie 2019 event. He performed with his band New Life Crisis.

Radiohead defies hackers, releases trove of stolen music

London - Alternative rock legends Radiohead on Tuesday released an 18-hour trove of private recordings from their 1997 album "OK Computer" after getting hacked by someone seeking a ransom of $150,000 for the music.

Samoa bans hit Elton John biopic over gay sex scenes

Apia - Samoa has banned the blockbuster Elton John biopic "Rocketman" from cinemas over depictions of gay sex, which remains illegal in the Pacific island nation.

Review: James Maslow heats things up with 'Love U Sober' music video Special

On June 7, pop singer-songwriter James Maslow released his new fiery music video for "Love U Sober." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Eauxmar talks about 'Sundown,' EDM, Martin Garrix and technology Special

Rising electronic artist Eauxmar talks new track "Sundown," dream female collaborations, love for electronic dance music (EDM), and he opened up about how technology has changed the genre.

Jamaica, Bob Marley and football: a family love affair

Kingston - In Jamaica, the spirit of Bob Marley is inescapable: it permeates the Caribbean island nation, even its football pitches -- a sign of the reggae legend's passion for the sport.

Madonna says she feels 'raped' by New York Times profile

Washington - Pop icon Madonna said she felt "raped" by an in-depth profile of her in The New York Times, calling the newspaper "one of the founding fathers of the patriarchy.

Shakira questioned by Spanish judge over alleged tax fraud

Esplugues De Llobregat - Colombian superstar Shakira was questioned by a judge near Barcelona on Thursday over alleged evasion of 14.5 million euros ($16.3 million) in taxes.

Apple pulls plug on iTunes, what happens to the music library?

Apple Music has pulled the plug on iTunes after 18 years in service. The pondering question is as follows: "what happens to all of one's music?"

Lisbon nights: the 'melting pot' inspiring Madonna

Lisbon - In a neighbourhood bar on a cobbled square in Lisbon's historic working-class Alfama district, an eclectic mix of punters pull up little wooden stools around a dozen intimately lit tables.

Barenboim to stay at Berlin opera despite bullying claims

Berlin - World-renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim has had his contract with Berlin's State Opera extended until 2027, the city said Tuesday, despite several musicians complaining about his bullying.

Barenboim to stay at Berlin opera despite bullying claims

Berlin - World-renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim has had his contract with Berlin's State Opera extended until 2027, the city said Tuesday, despite complaints about bullying by several of his musicians.

Review: Florence + the Machine puts on ethereal show at Governors Ball Special

Florence + the Machine headlined the second day of the music festival Governors Ball 2019 in Randall's Island Park in New York for a great turnout of fans.

Elton John blasts Russian cuts of gay sex scenes in 'Rocketman'

Moscow - Elton John has slammed the removal of gay sex scenes from the Russian version of the musical biopic of his life "Rocketman" as "cruelly unaccepting".

Brantley Gilbert talks new music, 'Not Like Us' tour and family Special

Country superstar Brantley Gilbert chatted with Digital Journal about his new music, "Not Like Us" Tour and proud moments. He also opened up about his family life, success, and being an artist in the digital age of music.

Walker Hayes talks 'Don't Let Her,' family, digital age of music Special

Country star Walker Hayes chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Don't Let Her" and about being an artist in the digital age of music.

Chris Mann talks new music, 'Noise,' India.Arie duet and Pink Special

Singing sensation Chris Mann (of "The Voice" fame) chatted with Digital Journal about his new album "Noise," his new duet with India.Arie, and the impact of technology on the music business.

Op-Ed: Kate Bush deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Iconic British singer-songwriter Kate Bush is an artist that belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She is a trailblazer and visionary that has paved the way for countless female singer-songwriters and instrumentalists that followed.

Stevie Nicks celebrates birthday, makes music history this year

On May 26, rock queen Stevie Nicks celebrated a milestone in her personal life: her 71st birthday. 2019 was quite the year for Nicks.

Alexa Politis talks music, future plans, Billy Joel, Shawn Mendes Special

Bayside - Rising Greek-American singing sensation Alexa Politis chatted with Digital Journal about her musical inspirations, plans for the future, the impact of technology on the music business and her love to someday collaborate with Billy Joel.

Review: Sam Feldt releases soaring 'Magnets' EP Special

Dutch DJ and producer Sam Feldt released his latest EP "Magnets" on May 24, 2019, via Spinnin Records. It is certainly his most ambitious musical effort to date.

Young orchestra musicians bridge US-Cuba divide

Havana - Baton in hand, conductor James Ross mixes English and Spanish to set the rhythm for his orchestra of young Cuban and American musicians playing in a convivial atmosphere that contrasts sharply with the diplomatic tensions between their countries.

Opera singers prepare like Olympic athletes for 'Tosca' in Washington

Washington - On the eve of every performance, Riccardo Massi goes silent, not uttering a single word all day. It's part of the Italian tenor's strict regimen to preserve his instrument -- his vocal cords.
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