A Great Big World

Let's hope it doesn't end with Grammy-winning duo's latest.
Pop-rock duo Chad King and Ian Axel share their thoughts on if the music industry appeals to gay love songs.
The Grammy-winning duo's latest could break fresh ground in mainstream pop.
With the 57th annual Grammys honoring the best in music on Sunday Feb. 8, numerous parties and events were held around Los Angeles leading up to the big night at the Staples Center.
Today, in an imagined escape from the 30-degree weather outside, I'm fast-forwarding to June via video -- specifically, via music videos created by artists in past years on the Sing for Hope Pianos.
I have been fortunate to be on six of those tours and as MLE often opens for a band with a Pro-Am, we not only eat for the troops, but with the troops -- each MLE eater is paired with one or two military members and eats as a team.
LGBTQ teen homelessness is an often-overlooked aspect of the national struggle for equality. Of the nearly 2 million teens affected by homelessness each year, an estimated 40 percent of them identify as LGBTQ.
A Great Big World enlisted the students of PS22 elementary school in Staten Island, New York for a new take on the duo's
"We almost didn't put 'Say Something' on the album, wanting to switch another ballad in place of it," Vaccarino said. "But
A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera released their music video for "Say Something," following a performance of the song
Everyone is Gay, a website for LGBTQ youth reached out to their friends, A Great Big World, a New York-based duo comprised