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The "Fight Song" singer said she was "so embarrassed" for her flop at a pro soccer match.
I have always loved the messages Mary Oliver writes about. I saw a quote from her recently that said, "With growth into adulthood, responsibilities claimed me, so many heavy coats. I didn't choose them, I don't fault them, but it took time to reject them. Something is wrong, I know it, if I don't keep my attention on eternity."
With the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia approaching, the United Nations asked people around the world to help create a video that captures the strength and spirit that lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) advocates and allies bring to their work.
Singer and Songwriter Rachel Platten reminds us to be kind to one another.
See...Dave says he's not interested in getting creative with anyone who doesn't make his heart beat faster--well, those weren't
Hillary is playing her fight song, standing up and charging forward even though she's been knocked down so many times it's amazing she's not been forced to take subterranean shelter. And in response, are the young women of America standing by her?
It's shaping up to be a very successful 2016 for Platten. She will embark on a North American bus tour starting next month
"Radio" is a track culled from Cold Fronts' new album Forever Whatever on legendary Sire Records, the act hailing from Philly, featuring frontman Craig Almquist. Here's the official story behind the Sire signing.
Rachel Platten herself joined Jeremiah for a special duet.
Festival season may be finally winding down, but there is still plenty of great live music happening all over the country. We've seen a ton of excellent artists emerge this summer -- here are our top three picks to keep your eye on this fall.
By Mara Siegler Charlie's tour in the UK with the Moscow Philharmonic in October 2008 playing Shostakovich's First Violin
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Tamarama, who played their feel good Australian surf rock, was the first band to ever work with Music Unites, playing the
It was just one year ago that New York-based charity Music Unites was founded by Michelle Edgar to support music education