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All That Remains talks new video, tour, remembers Oli Herbert Special

Amityville - Philip Labonte, the lead singer of the heavy metal band All That Remains, chatted with Digital Journal about their new music video for "Everything's Wrong" and their tour.

Review: Sarah Brightman and Yoshiki charm on 'Miracle'

Best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman and Japanese composer Yoshiki delight on "Miracle," which is featured on her new album "Hymn."

Chatting with Brian Wilson: Co-founder of The Beach Boys Special

New York - On September 21, Digital Journal had the good fortune to interview Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Brian Wilson, the co-founder of The Beach Boys.

Review: Victorian Music Hall revived at British Library Special

London - At one time music hall was the premier form of entertainment, representing a varied form of 'light entertainment'. The coming of the movie theater saw the eclipse of the tradition, yet in played a key role in British cultural history.

Review: Chas & Dave treat London to a sing-a-long of their biggest hits Special

London - The legendary 'rockney' duo brought their unmistakable sound to the Forum in Kentish Town on Saturday, December 10. Digital Journal was there.

Review: Alessia Cara brings sultry vocals to Radio City Music Hall in NY Special

New York - On October 4, acclaimed singer-songwriter Alessia Cara headlined at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, as part of her "Know It All" tour.

Review: Heffron Drive phenomenal at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in NY Special

Amityville - On Aug. 25, Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt of Heffron Drive performed at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in Amityville on Long Island, for an intimate group of fans, and they rocked the venue.
 

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Various items on show at the exhibition  all glorious examples of rare ephemera. Music halls were or...
Various items on show at the exhibition, all glorious examples of rare ephemera. Music halls were originally tavern rooms which provided entertainment, in the form of music and speciality acts; later purposefully built theaters were constructed as the popularity boomed.
A selection of antiquarian books relating to music halls on show at the exhibition.
A selection of antiquarian books relating to music halls on show at the exhibition.
2017 Christmas Spectacular
2017 Christmas Spectacular
2017 Christmas Spectacular
A picture of the British Library exhibition. There are wonderfully decorative original posters  hand...
A picture of the British Library exhibition. There are wonderfully decorative original posters, handbills, advertisements and tickets on show.
A poster depicting an acrobatic music hall act.
A poster depicting an acrobatic music hall act.
A selection of props used by performers at music halls.
A selection of props used by performers at music halls.
2018 Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall
2018 Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall
Zack Lane, MSG Photos
2017 Christmas Spectacular
2017 Christmas Spectacular
2017 Christmas Spectacular
Drones at  Christmas Spectacular  at Radio City Music Hall
Drones at 'Christmas Spectacular' at Radio City Music Hall
Marion Curtis, Starpix
A collection of music hall posters on show. By 1875 there were 375 music halls in Greater London  wh...
A collection of music hall posters on show. By 1875 there were 375 music halls in Greater London, which meant a lot more performers were required, which arguably opened up opportunities for women.
Visitors wandering through the music hall exhibition. Music hall is a type of British theatrical ent...
Visitors wandering through the music hall exhibition. Music hall is a type of British theatrical entertainment that was popular from the early Victorian era circa 1850 and lasting until 1960.

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