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Word Man – “Don’t Break The Calm” | MIC SESSION

Word Man of Crop Circles 720 stops by our HQ and laces an exclusive Mic Session performing his single, “Don’t Break The Calm”.
Tags: Jazz, Don, Mic Sessions, Crop Circles 720, Word Man


Juicy J Says “Fuk Columbia Records,” Takes It Back

Juicy J slammed his record label...and then took it all back. Variety reports that the rapper and Three 6 Mafia member tweeted “Fuck @Columbia Records I’m gonna leak my whole album stay tuned" before dropping a diss track -- called "Fuk Columbia Records," naturally -- on SoundCloud. More »
Tags: Music, News, Mafia, Juicy J, Fuk Columbia Records


Let Ms. Tina Knowles-Lawson Explain Why Solange Was Always Destined to Win a Prize for Social Impact

On Friday night, singer-songwriter and multimedia artist Solange Knowles received the first Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, celebrating at New York City’s historic Town Hall theater and memorializing Horne, the trailblazing actress and activist. There to mark the occasion: Horne’s daughter, the author and activist Gail Lumet Buckley and granddaughter Jenny Lumet; Martin Luther King III; her mom Tina Knowles Lawson and a list of artists — including Jon Batiste, Andra Day...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, News, New York City, Uncategorized, Events, Tamron Hall, Solange, Solange Knowles, Houston, Naacp, King, Leonard Cohen, Leon Bridges, Tony, Buckley


Nate Dogg receives a new headstone at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Long Beach

On Saturday, Feb. 29, more than 100 family and friends turned out for the unveiling of a new headstone for rapper, singer, songwriter and actor Nate Dogg at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Long Beach. The Mississippi native and Long Beach transplant’s family got the first glimpse of the headstone on Friday and thought it was beautiful. “It is a work of art, to say the least,” said Pamela Hale, Nate Dogg’s sister. “The design captures every part of who my brother was, his music, his city, his style – eve...
Tags: Business, Music, Celebrities, News, Mississippi, Washington, Sport, Soccer, Ozzy Osbourne, Long-beach, Local News, Snoop Dogg, Nwa, Morris, LA Phil, Irvine


The Documentary Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool Is Streaming Free for a Limited Time

PBS' American Masters series has released the new documentary, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, and it's streaming free online for a limited time. (Some geo-restrictions may apply.) With full access to the Miles Davis Estate, "the film features never-before-seen footage, including studio outtakes from his recording sessions, rare photos and new interviews." Watch the trailer above. Stream the full documentary here. Would you like to support the mission of Open Culture? Please consider ma...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, College, Miles Davis, Facebook Twitter, PBS American Masters, Every Mistake in Music, Miles Davis Changed Jazz Herbie Hancock


Adam Levine Apologizes For Horrible Maroon 5 Show

Mercury is in retrograde, and Maroon 5 played a horrible show on Thursday. USA Today reports that frontman Adam Levine has taken to social media to apologize for his televised performance at the Viña del Mar festival in Chile after attendees on Twitter called him out for having a bad attitude, singing badly, … More »
Tags: Music, News, Chile, Usa Today, Maroon 5, Adam Levine


Garth Brooks Honored Football Player Barry Sanders and Many Confused It With a Bernie Endorsement

Well, it’s definitely an election year. Just look in the comments on country singer Garth Brooks‘ Instagram. After preforming in Detroit on Feb. 22, the renowned musician posted a photo of himself wearing a Barry Sanders jersey. Sanders is a retired Hall of Fame running back who played for the Detroit Lions. Not all of his followers understood that the jersey was a reference to the football player and an homage to the city where Brooks performed. It appears that many thought it was an endor...
Tags: Music, News, Instagram, Uncategorized, NFL, Detroit Lions, Michigan, Donald Trump, Detroit, Garth Brooks, Vermont, Bernie Sanders, Lions, Trump, Sanders, Oklahoma State University


Stream Bad Bunny’s New Album YHLQMDLG

Bad Bunny released his new album YHLQMDLG, the follow-up to 2018's X 100PRE, last night. That stands for "Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana," which means "I do what I want to do" in Spanish. In addition to Bad Bunny, the 20-track LP features appearances from Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA, Sech, Duki, and … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Bad Bunny, Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana


Watch Tom Steyer And Juvenile Back That Azz Up In South Carolina

You are billionaire and Democratic presidential hopeful Tom Steyer. Despite a less than overwhelming showing in the race thus far, you are on track to finish in the top three in South Carolina's primary on Saturday. You just need one thing to really give your campaign that special edge. You know what you need to … More »
Tags: Video, Music, South Carolina, Tom Steyer, Juvenile


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Tags: Images, Comics, Music, Economy, All Other Stuff, Comix


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Tags: Music, Ppt/ Cool Decks


Kreis, Randy and Eumir

This week in The Wall Street Journal, I interview Kreis Beall (pronounced Kris Bell) (go here). Kreis is the retired co-founder of Blackberry Farm, a luxury retreat and resort in Eastern Tennessee. Kreis talked about growing up in Knoxville and how she spent many of years steering clear of her father and her aunt, both of whom had a temper. She married Sandy Beall shortly after he started the restaurant chain Ruby Tuesday in 1972 but the pair divorced. Then their son, Sam, died in a ski acci...
Tags: New York, Jazz, Sam, Wall Street Journal, Bobby Womack, Freiburg, Knoxville, George Benson, Marc, McCoy Tyner, Kreis, Joe Sample, Tyner, Barbieri, Wilton Felder, Blackberry Farm


‘Closer Than Together’ by The Avett Brothers [Saturday Morning Review]

I’ve listened to the Avett Brothers for at least a decade now, and I’ve listened thoroughly to all of eleven of their albums dating back to their 2002 album. I’d consider them a part of my family, except they don’t know that they are. I can sing all of the lyrics to all of their songs if you put their music on and take me for a drive. I was so excited for their eleventh album Closer Than Together which came out October 2019 and, I’ve been enjoying it on repeat. I love how they aren’t complete...
Tags: Amazon, America, Seo, Pop Culture, Don, Avett Brothers, Tell The Truth, Bleeding White


Roddy Ricch – “The Box” (Video)

The video for his chart-topper finally arrives.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Roddy Ricch


Afu-Ra – “Urban Chemistry” (Album Review)

This is the 6th full-length album from New York veteran Afu-Ra. His 2000 debut Body of the Life Force is widely considered to be an underground classic & the 2002 follow-up Life Force Radio was pretty solid to me as well. Last time we heard from Afu was in late 2018 with Mazterchef & now, he’s back with Urban Chemistry. The album kicks off with “Unstop”, where Afu links up with Starrlight talking about how untouchable they are over a symphonic instrumental. The next song “Kiss the Pain” with My...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Kung Fu, Paris, Jazz, Caribbean, Wilson, Scott Storch, Dre, Mann, Gavlyn, AFU RA, Life Force, Afu, Mazterchef, Starrlight


Juelz Santana, Jim Jones & Dave East – “Pink Eagle”

New music from the Diplomat while he serves a prison sentence.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Juelz Santana, Dave East, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana Jim Jones



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