It was a great night with literati and glitterati celebrities schmoozing and feeling no pain over Martell-Old Fashioned cocktails
"It's like starting from the bottom again," said Henderson during a recent telephone interview, "You have to lay the foundation of everything again. It's quite refreshing to come out and nobody knows who you are."
Albums are tricky things in today's world. Now, every track must be a hit, a single, a smash. These 12 songs are a lovely compilation of classics and standards, many covered by the woman who made them such, with new approaches and voices. The fact that Streisand even cares to record at 72 is amazing, and her voice remains equally as such.
Despite a strong introduction, the film quickly falls into a narrative that is hyper focused on rap music, yet fails to include in a meaningful way, other musical movements that were taking place simultaneously and contributed significantly to the rise of Atlanta rap.
This is the one gem of light in the otherwise torturous loss of a loved one. Being conscious of this gift, allowing it and remembering it (for yourself and others) could be life changing during grieving, so spread the word.
Icons Toni Braxton and Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds are in the midst of the reunion project, Love Marriage & Divorce, that’s
Shows like "American Idol" throw singers immediately in front of the world, he explains. "And our pop culture today is so
Sanders, who stars in the upcoming OWN reality series "Deion's Family Playbook," recently sat down with Babyface to have
"And then she didn't know about doing the record. She didn't know what she should say, she didn't know if she had anything
Not Your Father's Smooth Jazz, Conversations with Brian Culbertson, Tower of Power's Larry Braggs, and ECP's Michael Lazaroff, Plus a Catching Fire Exclusive
While attending almost thirty or so performances over the course of six days, I witnessed an allegedly innocuous format engage and thrill a couple thousand people virtually all day and much of the night, proving, at least to me, that "smooth jazz" as we knew it is gone.