James Taylor Posts Full 1979 Concert For One Week On YouTube Channel
- The show featured several tracks from the then-new 'Flag' album, including his hit cover of 'Up On The Roof.'
Gilda's Club holds virtual benefit 'It's Always Something'
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Feds indict Massachusetts man who allegedly faked his own death amid PPP fraud charges
A grand jury has indicted a Massachusetts man who allegedly faked his own death to avoid prosecution for fraudulently seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars in forgivable loans intended for businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, while his accomplice has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the alleged crime, officials recently announced.Thanks for your feedback!
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Coronavirus stimulus fraud arrest: How a small-town tip exposed a $500K fraud scheme
What started as a tip that landed on a small-town police chief’s desk led to the first arrests in the nation for coronavirus stimulus fraud.Thanks for your feedback!
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R.I.P. Hal Willner, Music Producer and Saturday Night Live Staffer, Dies of Coronavrius at 64
Known for his tribute albums and shows as well as producing SNL's music skits.R.I.P. Hal Willner, Music Producer and Saturday Night Live Staffer, Dies of Coronavrius at 64 Ben KayeThanks for your feedback!
Hal Willner, Music Producer and ‘SNL’ Veteran, Dies of Coronavirus at 64
Hal Willner, a record producer famed for his left-of-center tribute albums and concerts, and as the long-time sketch music producer for "Saturday Night Live," has died of complications related to the coronavirus, Variety has confirmed. He was 64. On his Twitter account, the producer had alluded to having been diagnosed in a March 28 tweet, […]Thanks for your feedback!
David Bowie’s Musical Director, Mike Garson, on Keeping the Flame Alive—And the Unreleased Trilogy That Almost Was
David Bowie’s longtime musical director talks about working with the master—and the unreleased material that almost was.Thanks for your feedback!
Remembering Tommy LiPuma: 'His Indomitable Spirit Is Alive -- And Always Will Be'
Veteran music executive and producer Tommy LiPuma died Monday March 13 following a brief illness. The five-time Grammy winner had worked with George Benson, Natalie Cole, Miles Davis, Diana Krall, Paul McCartney and Barbra Streisand over a career that spanned five decades and positions at A&M Records, Elektra and Verve Music. Author David Ritz remembers his longtime friend.Thanks for your feedback!
Two Limited Edition David Bowie Albums Due for Record Store Day
Parlophone Records is prepping two limited edition David Bowie albums for Record Store Day. The never-released "Cracked Actor (Live in Los Angeles 1974)" and "Bowpromo" will both hit shelves on Apr. 22Thanks for your feedback!
The Making of David Bowie's Lost Soul Album
How it got made—and why it was shelved—from those that were there.Thanks for your feedback!
David Bowie’s bandmates explain just how he got them to sound like that
“He always had a vision, but he never micromanaged,” says keyboardist Mike Garson of David Bowie, whose death shocked the world earlier this week. “Whatever it took to stretch the boundaries, no matter how wild it sounded, David was game. That’s where his genius was, almost like a great casting director. In that sense he…Thanks for your feedback!
Artists oppose "Internet Radio Fairness Act" in open letter
125 artists, including 40 GRAMMY winners, are "opposing new cuts to artists' pay" that would come from the "Internet Radio Fairness Act," according to a statement yesterday from musicFIRST, ...Thanks for your feedback!