The extraordinary true story of Andrea Bocelli, a boy who lost his sight due to glaucoma and who against all odds becomes one of the most world-renowned opera singers, is one of music’s most glorious triumphs. On Feb. 2, the film The Music of Silence will be released in theaters and VOD/Digital HD by AMBI Distribution, which details Bocelli’s fascinating journey through hardships to his ultimate successes. Yahoo Music is excited to premiere the official trailer for the movie for fans to get a taste of this extraordinary project. Additionally, The Music of Silence will feature songs that Bocelli composed when he was young that have never been released.
"Suddenly, your life’s fuller and you learn how to grasp the moment you’re in and live it and enjoy it.”
Southern hip-hop/rock group I4NI have officially signed with Thirteen Skulls Entertainment — the new label founded by MLB Hall of Famer Frank Thomas and industry veteran Ron Spaulding — and to herald in the new year, the guys have teamed with labelmate Bubba Sparxxx for the tune “Think It’s a Game.”
“They said, like, ‘Look, you have more of a social media following than any of us do, can you please post some of these things just in a way that… sort of put it out there.’”
Martin Luther King Jr. is widely and wisely credited for giving one of the most galvanizing speeches in recorded history with his “I Have a Dream” address of Aug. 28, 1963. It was as if some cosmic transcendental force came down and occupied his body.
Not even an appearance by a member of real R&B royalty -- the granddaughter of Dionne Warwick and cousin of Whitney Houston -- could save this episode.
World-renowned guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani is poised to release his 16th solo album, What Happens Next, Jan. 12 on Sony/Legacy Recordings. The release features Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee bassist Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple/Black Country Communion) and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ drummer Chad Smith, the latter reuniting with Satriani for the first time since their work in the supergroup Chickenfoot.
"[Trump's] a demagogue. He plays on people's fears, he's a manipulator, he's not very smart. But he's cunning, and he represents essentially everything I don't like in human beings, like greed, selfishness, cruelty, bigotry. And it's dangerous.”
The South Australian band stopped by AT&T Audience Network’s studio in Los Angeles to perform some of their new music, including a fresh song, "Animals."
After being recognized in the latest Kennedy Center Honors, Lionel Richie sat down with "CBS This Morning" to discuss the award and to gave insight into some of the songs that helped make him a legend.
Today, my co-host Jeffery Austin and I are here to review the top four performances and review our highlights (and lowlights... but mostly highlights) of the Season 13 finale. Let's recap -- and see you again in Season 14!
“I used to talk kind of higher, and softer, and I felt like I wasn’t being heard. So I changed my voice and I lowered my presence so I would be listened to."
"I see that people are ready to resist.That's something that we have to relearn: how to make our governments accountable for what they're doing.”
Before, it seemed like this was either Chloe Kohanski or Addison Agen’s finale to lose. But now, I feel like any of the top four could take home that fist-shaped trophy.
The songs “Water Guns” and “Papi” from Hall’s 2016 visual album, “Straight Outta Oz,” anticipated issues dominating the news today. His next album is slated for March 2018.
The singer, who has been in the spotlight for years, says she earlier thought, “Wow, my worst nightmare might come true. Instead of people caring about music, people are going to care about who’s snogging who.” Now she’s refocusing on more important issues.
“The words ‘novelty act’ got thrown around a lot, because we had humor in our music. Sure, we presented ourselves in a pretty goofy way at times. We do that less now. But we're also older now.”
The singer-songwriter, who has a number of albums and awards under her belt, recalls being part of a big group of country women who recorded and toured and turned up on radio. Now, she says, the women are still out there but the radio play isn’t.
“We can relate to each other because we're just cut from a different cloth. … I think artists, the way we view the world, the way we interpret it, the way we internalize it, the way we spit it back out in our creativity, in all of that and everything that comes along with it, with the job, it's easy for us to relate to each other. That was how we connected.”
It was a dramatic double-elimination night on The Voice this week, while onetime frontrunner Davon Fleming having to sing for the Instant Save and underdog Adam Cunningham surprisingly avoiding the bottom three altogether. Instead, it was Team Miley’s Ashland Craft and Team J.Hud’s Shi’Ann Jones who went home. Next week, it’ll be even tougher, as four contestants go home at once on Season 13’s pre-finale bloodbath night.