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Pro-Maduro concert begins at Colombian border

Ure - A three-day pro-regime concert called by Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro to rival a charity music festival organized by British entrepreneur Richard Branson began on Friday with declarations of loyalty to the socialist leader.

R&B star R. Kelly charged with 10 counts of sex abuse: official

Chicago - R&B star R. Kelly was charged Friday in Chicago with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sex abuse, some involving minors.

Review: Sting and Shaggy captivate on 'Just One Lifetime' music video Special

On February 21, international music stars Sting and Shaggy released their brand new music video for their single "Just One Lifetime."

Pole vaulter Wojo opens up about music and digital transformation Special

Pole vaulter Neal "Wojo" Wojdowski sat down and chatted with this journalist at a cafe in Manhattan. He spoke about his athletic career and his work as a musician.

South Korea retracts guidelines on look-alike K-pop stars

Seoul - Government guidelines aimed at promoting more diversity in South Korea's K-pop world have been withdrawn after critics said they amounted to state censorship of a booming industry.

Pink Floyd singer hits out at Branson's Venezuela aid concert

Caracas - Pink Floyd singer Roger Waters hit out at Richard Branson on Tuesday over plans to hold a humanitarian aid concert to benefit Venezuelans suffering from shortages of food and medicines.

Review: Drew Jacobs will break your heart with 'Forever' music video Special

Country singer-songwriter Drew Jacobs has released his new music video for his song "Forever." Digital Journal has the scoop.

'Gagging' law protecting Cuban culture draws artists' ire

Havana - A law obliging Cuban artists to register with the ministry of culture has created controversy on the Caribbean island known for its spontaneous musical tradition.

21 Savage granted release on bond from immigration detention

New York - Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage was granted release on bond from US immigration detention Tuesday, his lawyers said -- nine days after his arrest sparked outrage among fellow music stars, fans and immigrant rights advocates alike.

France assault trial opens for Congolese star Koffi Olomide

Nterre - Congolese music star Koffi Olomide went on trial in France on Monday on charges of sexually assaulting four former dancers who say they were held against their will at a villa outside Paris.

Indonesian entertainers protest law on 'pornography', blasphemy in music

Jakarta - Indonesian entertainers have rallied against a draft law that seeks to ban blasphemous and "pornographic" music content, which critics say could be used to clamp down on freedom of expression in the Muslim-majority nation.

Rappers, women aiming big at Grammys after past snubs

Los Angeles - Music's biggest stars will gather in Los Angeles on Sunday for the Grammy Awards, and this year observers are hoping the hip-hop and women artists leading the pack will get their due.

Review: Sarah Brightman spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York Special

New York - On February 6, best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman brought her critically-acclaimed "Hymn" tour to the famed Radio City Music Hall.

Anger as Germany scales back trial over Love Parade disaster

D - A German court Wednesday scaled back a marathon trial over the deaths of 21 young people in a stampede at a techno music festival, sparking anger from bereaved relatives.

Jordan Wright of City of Sound talks new EP and technology Special

Jordan Wright of the alternative rock band City of Sound chatted with Digital Journal about their new EP "Silent Empire 1," and he spoke about the impact of technology on the music industry.

Review: OBB release infectious single and music video for '7 Billion' Special

Rising pop trio OBB released their brand new single "7 Billion" via their record label, Curb Records. The song is also accompanied by its new music video.

Outcry as French orchestra hires conductor at centre of #MeToo row

Paris - A soprano who claims she was molested by veteran conductor Charles Dutoit has condemned the French National Orchestra for hiring him for a concert on Sunday.

From Rings to Ringo: Peter Jackson helms Beatles documentary

Wellington - Acclaimed "Lord of the Rings" director Peter Jackson announced Thursday he is working on a documentary detailing the making of The Beatles' classic album "Let It Be" 50 years ago.

American Airlines customers can stream Apple Music for free

On January 30, it was announced that American Airline customers can access Apple Music for free in-flight. It is evident that music and entertainment on the airline is getting better now.

Review: Nano Pods, new TWS Earbuds Special

A new product for those who enjoy listening to music or audio books has been launched called Nano Pods. These are true wireless earbuds with good sound quality, 25 hours playtime and Bluetooth 5.0 enabled.

Chris Brown's accuser files complaint after police photo leaked

Paris - A woman who accused US singer Chris Brown of rape has filed a new complaint in France after her police photo was leaked on the internet, a judicial source said Monday.

French Oscar-winning composer Michel Legrand dies aged 86

Paris - Prolific French composer Michel Legrand, who won three Oscars and five Grammys during a career spanning more than half a century, died Saturday aged 86, his spokesman said.

Review: Imagine Dragons release incredible 'Bad Liar' music video Special

On January 24, Grammy award-winning rock group Imagine Dragons released their new music video for their latest single "Bad Liar."

Singer Chris Brown freed after questioning in Paris on rape claim

Paris - American R&B star Chris Brown was released without charge on Tuesday after being held overnight for questioning over a rape allegation in Paris, the prosecutor's office said Tuesday.

Singer Chris Brown detained in Paris over rape claim: security sources

Paris - American R&B star Chris Brown is being questioned by police in Paris after being accused of rape, sources close to the inquiry told AFP on Tuesday.

Ferry Corsten talks New York show, technology, remembers Avicii Special

Brooklyn - World-renowned electronic producer and DJ Ferry Corsten chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming show at Schimanski in Brooklyn.

Off the beaten path, Haiti's jazz festival comes of age

Port-au-prince - At a time when most of the world's jazz capitals are buried under snow or suffering through sub-zero temperatures, Haiti is offering fans a week of outdoor concerts showcasing the best talents in the business in a balmy Caribbean clime.

Saudi music festival spotlights pre-Islamic heritage

Tabouk - Bathed in light, musicians belt out melodies among pre-Islamic desert ruins in northwestern Saudi Arabia, a heritage trove at the centre of efforts to put the reclusive kingdom on the tourism map.

Erdogan attends famed Turkish pianist's concert

Ankara - President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday attended a concert by world-renowned Turkish pianist Fazil Say who formerly accused him of being behind a blasphemy case which resulted in the pianist's acquittal.

Rising French rap star MHD charged with murder over deadly gang brawl

Paris - French rapper MHD, who shot to fame with a catchy blend of west African music and southern US-style hip-hop, has been charged with murder over a brawl that led to a youth's death, in the latest case to rock the French rap scene.
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