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One year ago today, Amy Winehouse joined Club 27, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, and the Hunger Games win big at the Teen Choice Awards, Matisyahu and having a free concert today in Union Square, and more! Catch up on this week's music news. More»
The BET awards were held Sunday in L.A., Frank Ocean could be coming out as a bisexual with his new album Channel Orange, Christopher Owens announced via Twitter that he is leaving the band, Chris Brown, Theophilus London, Black Cobain, and Childish Gambino have albums dropping in July, and so much more. Celebrate Independence Day with this week's music news round up! More»
For the past three days, Webster Hall has been home to the notable New Music Seminar. Held annually, the seminar consists of "movements," held by "conductors" and lead by "players." Each of these movements discussed an array of issues, concerns, and hopes affecting music in the industry today. More»
The New Music Seminar kicked off Sunday and will last all week with movements discussing the music business endeavors of tomorrow, the Library of Congress inherited over 200 interviews with an insight into the personal lives of influential musicians, Justin Bieber plays an unplugged show at the historical Apollo Theatre, and more! Catch up on today's music news. More»
Bonnaroo invades Manchester, TN, bringing out artists like D'Angelo, The Beach Boys, and Phish, the Electric Daisy Carnival shuts down the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with David Guetta, Afrojack, and Tiesto, Azealia Banks deletes her Twitter, claiming that she is a "vocalist," and more! Get caught up on today's music news! More»
Nicki Minaj refuses to perform at Hot 97's Summer Jam concert, Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee is hosted at Buckingham Palace, VH1 relives memorable interviews from "Yo: The Story of Yo! MTV Raps" for one night only and more! Make your Tuesday a little better with today's Music News Round Up. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.