“It’s always important for me to align with companies that have shared values and care about doing good in the world,” Nick Jonas, who is headlining the show, tells Billboard of the cause. “I think that with this campaign as a whole and with this initiative, they’ve done a great job at being really proactive in their partnerships and getting their fanbase […]
Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59: “Di rigori armato il seno”, Sir Georg Solti, Vienna Philharmonic & Luciano Pavarotti
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One of the most surprising things I discovered recently is that on the Albert Memorial in London, opposite the Royal Albert Hall, there is a stone gallery of famous composers, the ones that a committee of English gentlemen in 1863 thought worth remembering. There are about 20 of them, and Josquin is there, next to Rossini. Schubert is not. MUHLY […]
Clive Palmer has been ordered to pay $1.5 million in damages after losing the years-long copyright case with hair metal band Twisted Sister. The legal battle came to a conclusion today with Universal Music winning their lawsuit against the politician after he ripped off Twisted Sister’s classic ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’. It all started in 2019 when Palmer used […]
In a quiet week for new releases, the highest-charting debut on the current frame is Porter Robinson’s Nurture (Mom + Pop), new at No. 27. Nurture is the U.S. electronic producer’s second album and the followup to Worlds, which peaked at No. 13 back in August 2014. Also making a mark on the albums survey is John Lennon’s first solo […]
His father, Hanuman Prasad Mishra, was considered one of India’s greatest players of the sarangi, a bowled, short-necked string instrument that is often featured in Indian classical music. His mother, Gagan Kishori, was a member of Nepal’s royal family and sometimes accompanied her husband and sons as a vocalist and tabla player. Rajan Mishra studied arts and sociology at Benares […]