Norma Jean Speranza was born on Sept. 30, 1935, the youngest of five children. Her father, Bernard Speranza, worked in a coal mine in Kiski Township, Pa.; when Norma Jean became Jill, she bought it for him, renamed the Corey Mine. Her mother, Clara (Grant) Speranza, died when she was 4. Her first performances, at school amateur hours, were not […]
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Australian dark pop songstress CXLOE will officially return to the live arena this May and June for her biggest headline tour to date. Off the back of the release of her debut EP Heavy Part I, CXLOE will play shows in Sydney and Melbourne along with regional stops in Wollongong, Adelaide, Perth, Newcastle and Queensland’s Big Pineapple Festival. “So stoked […]
What makes Twitch a different kind of platform is how the money flows in and out. Much of online media lives in an attention- and advertising-based economy. Most streaming royalties come from subscription revenues like Spotify, which calculates royalties in a way many artists say unfairly favors the most popular tracks and artists. Twitch exists in an engagement economy. Money […]
Spring jazz programming is in full swing again — most of it still virtual, but some of it in person. The big event on Friday is International Jazz Day, an annual UNESCO-sponsored celebration now in its 10th year, which culminates in the All-Star Global Concert, streaming at jazzday.com at 5 p.m. Eastern time, with artists including Herbie Hancock, Melissa Aldana […]