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What Cyndi Lauper is doing to get homeless LGBTQ kids off the street
Legendary singer and activist Cyndi Lauper continues to shed light on youth homelessness in America, specifically how it pertains to the LGBTQ community. For the past six years, Lauper has put on a holiday benefit concert to raise awareness of the issue and collect money for the nonprofit True
Snoop Dogg, 'Singles' soundtrack, Linkin Park, and Magic Giant music reviews
intro: This week the soundtrack to Cameron Crowe ’s 1992 film “Singles” gets expanded and reissued for its 25th anniversary, Linkin Park release an electro-pop album, Snoop Dogg explores his past with an eclectic new set and indie folk-pop act Magic Giant make their debut. quicklist: 1 title: Snoop
Sam Champion visits 'GMA'
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Japandroids, Train, Ty Segall and More Music Reviews
This week rock-duo Japandroids released their first album since 2012, we got a new studio album from Train, prolific garage-rocker Ty Segall added another entry to his lengthy discography, rapper P.O.S made a triumphant return, Allison Crutchfield dropped her first proper solo record, folk-singer
Actress, Singer Margot Bingham Talks 'Boardwalk Empire,' 'Barbershop' and How Meditation Helps With Anxiety
Actress and singer-songwriter Margot Bingham has moved from playing the role of jazz singer Daughter Maitland in HBO 's "Boardwalk Empire" to a highly respected detective in ABC's "The Family," but in working through these complex roles, Bingham said she finds comfort through practicing meditation.
Rick Springfield's New Album Represents 'Another Side of His Eclectic Music Career'
This week soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples returns with a new album produced by M. Ward, Rick Springfield tries his hand at country-flavored rock, art-rockers Animal Collective break a four-year silence, Ra Ra Riot continue to aim for a mainstream cross-over, electro quartet TEEN issues a truly
Super Bowl 50: Pre-Game Rituals and Superstitions of the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos
When the Denver Broncos hit the field Sunday, they'll be dressed in their white uniforms instead of the orange ones they typically wear for home games. And it may have been a superstitious choice on their part: the Broncos won their last Super Bowl in those white jerseys during the 1998 season. And
How Successful Is Ellie Goulding's Foray 'Sleek, Bright Pop' and More Music Reviews
This week Ellie Goulding releases her third full-length album, Seal drops his seventh album of original material, Bjork revisits this year’s “Vulnicura” backed only by a string-section, Sara Bareilles goes the Broadway route with her soundtrack to the musical based on Adrienne Shelly’s “Waitress,”
Jason Mraz Marries Longtime Girlfriend Christina Carano in Secret Ceremony This Weekend
Jason Mraz is now a married man. The "I'm Yours" singer tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Christina Carano Sunday during an intimate outdoor ceremony at the Pole Green Historic Church in Mraz's hometown of Mechanicsville, Virginia. "The couple chose to be a stand for love, as witnessed by a
Blur, Josh Groban, Zac Brown Band, Raekwon and More Music Reviews
This week ‘90s Britpop legends Blur makes a triumphant return, Josh Groban sings some classic show tunes, the members of the Zac Brown Band continue to smudge the edges between country and rock, Wu-Tang member Raekwon brings along an all-star cast on his latest effort, Depeche Mode ’s Martin Gore