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Jul 25, 2017
Gigs of the week: Lionel Richie, Missy Elliott, Sting perform their greatest hitsHere's what your favourite artists where your favourite artists performed this week
Jul 15, 2017
Metallica, The Struts perform live at the Festival d'ete Quebec in CanadaMetallica headlined the 9th day at the Festival D'ete De Quebec in Canada.
Jul 11, 2017
Gigs of the week: Paul Mccartney, Jennifer Hudson, Pink perform their greatest hitsHere's a look which popular musicians performed at concerts this week.
Jun 07, 2017
Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Korn: When bands called their fans on stage to perform with themColdplay recently uploaded a video of Chris Martin calling up a fan from the crowd to play their hit song 'Everglow', quite spontaneously.
May 30, 2017
Boyzone to reunite for their 25th anniversary; touring begins from next yearIrish band Boyzone is all set to reunite for their 25th anniversary; new music to release by next year.
May 02, 2017
Twitter expands live broadcasting portfolio with sports, news shows, and music concertsTwitter suffered a setback last month when it lost a deal to live-stream National Football League games to Amazon.com Inc.
Oct 30, 2016
Clinton adds pop of celebrity in homestretch of campaign | ReutersBy Roberta Rampton | MIAMI MIAMI Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, whose buoyant position in opinion polls has been threatened by a surprising new twist in the saga over her emails, on Saturday harnessed some celebrity star power she hopes will help win the battleground state of Florida on Nov. 8.Musician and actor Jennifer Lopez headlined a free concert in Miami as part of a star-studded effort to get out the vote and energize volunteers."We're at a crossroads and we have to take the right road to the future," Lopez shouted to screaming fans in rain gear who danced through rain and a shower of red, white and blue confetti.The concert provided some visual counter-programming to the latest email snafu to roil Clinton's race to win the White House.The Federal Bureau of Investigation said on Friday it is investigating more emails as part of a probe into Clinton's use of a private email system - a late-breaking surprise that will likely continue to get extensive media play leading up Election Day.Clinton's campaign has said she is taking the news in stride, and on Saturday she lashed out at FBI Director James Comey over the review. The JLo event was the first of three high-profile concerts in states Clinton wants to keep from Republican rival Donald Trump, and it gave the former secretary of state a chance to connect with the key demographic of millennials she has sometimes struggled to reach."If we turn out, we win," Clinton told the crowd.Celebrity-driven events like the concert "can serve as a bit of a distraction" from the controversy, said Eric Kasper, a political scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire."It is a way to kind of take the edge off things because it tends to be more positive," Kasper said.
Jun 29, 2015
'Fare thee Well' Grateful Dead: Surviving members launch final mini-tour in CaliforniaThe songs still ran long. To the uninitiated, the communal rituals of the faithful fans probably looked strange. Was it trippy? Well, this was a Grateful Dead show, after all, the first in a handful over the next week that are said to be the last.
Aug 06, 2013
NH7 Weekender reboot: Only 9,000 tickets this year, say organisersThis year, Bacardi NH7 Weekender will be cutting the number of festival attendees down to half. But as OML director Vijay Nair points out, it's for your own good.