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RockGodz Hall Of Fame Annual Induction Ceremony Proves That Rock Is Still Here To Stay

Joan Jett isn’t the only one who loves rock and roll. As the longstanding debate of whether the genre is really dead continues, people are still finding new and inventive ways to honor the music that has embodied so many different styles. Now, recent news that Rage Against The Machine is reuniting in 2020 has […]

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Interview: ‘The Daily Show’ Correspondent Dulcé Sloan Branches Out With Her First Half-Hour Comedy Special

Dulcé Sloan is taking a bite out of the Big Apple, but not in the way you might think. After establishing herself as a correspondent on “The Daily Show,” and former “@midnight” champion, Sloan has been getting rave reviews about her first half-hour comedy special. In which, she makes no bones about her distaste for […]

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‘Bear And A Banjo’ With Dennis Quaid and Rosanna Arquette

“Bear and a Banjo” is a musical podcast unlike anything ever seen (or heard) before. The fictional anthology series stars Dennis Quaid (who also serves as an executive producer), record/vocal producer and songwriter Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, and Jingle Punks President/CCO “Jingle” Jared Gutstadt. All of the original music for the podcast was produced by […]

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TaTaTu Shines A Light On Giving Back

TaTaTu is a new entertainment app that is spreading inspiration to the masses by tapping into the power of social media. The platform’s first series is called “Giving Back Generation.” The vodcast invites stars to talk candidly about important issues and life lessons facing today’s teens and young adults. They discuss topics such as friendship, […]

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A Look At What’s Trending From Inside Of This Year’s Latin American Music Awards

Reggaeton wins big in 2019… and so do the women The explosion of reggaeton and the overall influence of Latinx culture on American music is impossible to miss these days. Twenty years ago, reggaeton was just a blip on the map. Now, it’s not only dominating Latin charts, but it’s even crossing over into mainstream […]

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Singer-Songwriter Conner Cherland Proves That Grassroots Efforts Can Still Triumph In The Digital Age

For an aspiring artist, tapping into the forces of social media seems like a no-brainer. In today’s digital age, we’ve been taught that having these resources at our fingertips is an essential tool for success. However, in an oversaturated market based on algorithms, where advancement is measured in likes and followers, how does someone stand […]

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Review: ‘High Strung Free Dance’ Is Destined For Cult Classic Greatness

** Spoilers Ahead** At the heart of “Footloose” is a story about determination. “West Side Story” has drama. “Flashdance” touches on feminism. Every dance movie has an underlying message. For “High Strung Free Dance,” the moral is: Dream big, dance free. To Dance, You Must Start with a Foundation “High Strung Free Dance” was penned […]

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Screamfest Promises A Horror-ibly Good Time

The 19th annual Screamfest began on October 8, taking over the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The “Sundance of horror” brought in a massive crowd on opening night with the debut of “Eat, Brains, Love” directed by Rodman Flender. The nine-day festival runs through October 17 and will feature a lineup of independent films that […]

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Creedence Clearwater Revisited Champions ‘Concert For A Cause’ During Final Revival Tour

The NAMM Foundation has done it again. As Creedence Clearwater Revisited makes its way through a final revival tour, their stop at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, California on September 25 proved that there is indeed magic in music. The special “Concert for a Cause,” raised a total of $236,000. That money will […]

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Nickelodeon’s New Animated Series ‘The Casagrandes’ Is Fun For The Whole Family

The Casagrandes now have their own show. On Oct. 14, “The Loud House” spinoff will make its debut on Nickelodeon and is bringing with it a star-studded cast. The animated comedy series spotlights 11-year-old Ronnie Anne (Izabella Alvarez), her brother Bobby (Carlos PenaVega) and their mother (Sumalee Montano). It follows them as they move to […]

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