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Americana Awards Make a Statement by Nominating Only Women for Artist of the Year

The annual Americana Honors & Awards have faced mounting criticism that they, too, like the Grammys, have seen a preponderance of male winners taking the stage. Last year, the much beloved Brandi Carlile and Margo Price were both nominated in the top three categories — artist, album and song of the year — and many […]
Tags: Kacey Musgraves, News, Awards, Grammys, Jason Isbell, Margo Price, John Prine, Brandi Carlile, Americana Honors & Awards, Americana Association


From Playing Coachella to Busking: Why It's Ok To Do Both [KOSHA DILLZ]

Kosha Dillz recently appeared on stage at Coachella, but reaching that career milestone does not mean that the indie rapper is going to give up on the guerrilla tactics that have gotten him this far.   By indie rapper and marketer extraordinaire Kosha Dillz   The Coachella bug is here and gone. We are already now in the time of the next big thing (I think maybe my 2 shows with Gza in NYC and DC + The Ascap Expo may 2-4) and I wanted to let you know that although I have f...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Israel, Justin Bieber, Korea, Wu Tang, Quinn, Coachella, Grammys, Jared Leto, Rza, Don, Patty, Kosha Dillz, Matisyahu, Jesse Shatkin


TV Review: ‘The 2019 Billboard Music Awards’

Ariana Grande, who famously skipped the Grammys this year over disagreements about what form her production number would take, found an agreeable partner Wednesday night in the Billboard Music Awards — they let her mail in her characteristically dimly lit performance from a Vancouver concert. (It might’ve been via snail mail; that gig took place […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Madonna, Vancouver, Imagine Dragons, Grammys, Bts, Halsey, Panic! At The Disco, Jonas Brothers, Lauren Daigle, 2019 Billboard Music Awards


Janet Jackson Is A Rock Hall Of Famer — & Here’s How She Was A Feminist Music Pioneer

Janet Jackson will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with the 2019 class. And the ceremony is being broadcast on HBO on Saturday, April 27. She’s had a lauded music career, with 5 Grammys, 11 American Music Awards, 11 Billboard Music Awards, and 9 VMAs. Jackson has had No. 1 Album debuts in each of the past four decades, selling roughly 80 million albums worldwide. And among her long-list of top 10, chart-topping, record-breaking releases are some of the songs — and accompanying vid...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hbo, Beyonce, Minneapolis, Rihanna, Mtv, Ariana Grande, Madonna, Aaliyah, Jackson, Grammys, Michael, Janet Jackson, Axl Rose, Shirley Manson


The Popdose Interview with Howard Jones

He’s been releasing albums on a fairly consistent basis since the beginning of his career, but for the first time in a long time, it feels like timing is on Howard Jones’ side. There’s a Republican in the White House – just like there was during Jones’ entire chart run from 1983 to 1992 – and the world is in desperate need of Jones’ trademark eternal optimism, which we’re pleased to say has not waned one bit.  Armed with a new album Transform, which features three collaborations with electronic...
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The Popdose Interview: Howard Jones

He’s been releasing albums on a fairly consistent basis since the beginning of his career, but for the first time in a long time, it feels like timing is on Howard Jones’ side. There’s a Republican in the White House – just like there was during Jones’ entire chart run from 1983 to 1992 – and the world is in desperate need of Jones’ trademark eternal optimism, which we’re pleased to say has not waned one bit.  Armed with a new album Transform, which features three collaborations with electronic...
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, Music, Japan, London, White House, Wikipedia, Bt, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, Paul Mccartney, Miami, Herbie Hancock, States, Grammys, Dolby


Deborah Dugan Selected To Succeed Neil Portnow As Recording Academy President

(RED) CEO Deborah Dugan has been selected to succeed Neil Portnow as the Recording Academy's new president/CEO, Billboard has learned from multiple high-level sources. More »
Tags: Music, News, Grammys, Neil Portnow, Deborah Dugan


Oscars Music Director Rickey Minor Reveals 10 Secrets of the Telecast

Rickey Minor is an old hand at conducting music for live TV shows, having handled such chores on “American Idol,” the Grammys and the Emmys. This year, he scored his biggest gig yet: as music director of the Academy Awards. “It’s the biggest and most prestigious show for a reason,” he says. “It is the […]
Tags: News, Oscars, Lady Gaga, Grammys, Rickey Minor, Music for Screens, Oscar music, Shallow Gaga Cooper


Kacey Musgraves on Embracing Love Over Snark and Being a Country-Pop Centaur

Not exactly being the type of artist who’s all about the braggadocio, Kacey Musgraves surely didn’t title her most recent album “Golden Hour” to be some sort of self-fulfilling career prophecy. But there’s little doubt that she’s one of music’s 2019 golden girls, by virtue of her slow burn of a third studio album having […]
Tags: Kacey Musgraves, News, Features, Grammys, Power Of Women


If Celine Dion Makes Your Heart Go on, This Beauty News Will Make Your Day

Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello for L'Oréal Paris You think Billie Eilish is a prodigy? Celine Dion was the OG. The legend started singing when she was 12 and recorded nine albums by the time she was 18. Well, she just turned 51 and has five Grammys, two Oscars, and more than a decade of a Las Vegas residency on her résumé, and she's adding yet another accolade to the list: global spokesperson for L'Oréal Paris. Yet despite her countless achievements, Dion was surprised by the brand's offer...
Tags: Beauty, John, Las Vegas, Grammys, Dion, Celine Dion, Sofia, Don, Oreal Paris, Oreal, L Oreal Paris, Billie Eilish, Beauty Interview, Emilia Wickstead, Denise Truscello, Celebrity Interview


Grammys Closing Eligibility Window One Month Early To Avoid Conflict With The Oscars

The eligibility year for the 62nd annual Grammy Awards will close Aug. 31, one month earlier than it has in each of the past nine years. The change is the result of next year's Grammy telecast being moved up two weeks to Jan. 26, 2020. That change was made so the Grammys wouldn't go head-to-head … More »
Tags: Music, News, Oscars, Grammys


Cassadee Pope Burned Down Her Whole Life & Started Over With Stages

Cassadee Pope blew up her whole life while making her second album, Stages: she ditched her label, her finacé, her manager, and her music publishing deal.This dramatic fresh start gave Pope the creative freedom that eluded her on her first album, 2013’s Frame by Frame, hot off a win for Team Blake on season 3 of The Voice. This time, she co-wrote many of the tracks and took her time positioning and recording the material. The album was released independently by Awake Records and Pope is spendin...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Nashville, Pope, Grammys, RaeLynn, Cassadee Pope, Team Blake, Corey Crowder, Carly pearce, Maren Morris Refinery29, Lauren Alaina Lindsay Ell, Alex Kline


Shiny, Bedazzled Hair Accessories Are Having a Moment, and We're Into It

In not-so-surprising news, really, really shiny things are having a moment. Ornate, bejeweled hair accessories, which include straight pins, snap clips, and chains embedded with crystals and pearls, aren't exactly new - you might have owned a few in grade school - but are catching the eyes of our favorite celebrities, fashion brands, and beauty enthusiasts alike. The precious accessories made appearances at the most recent season's Fashion Week, as hairstylist Justine Marjan worked long strands...
Tags: Beauty, Ariana Grande, Hair, Chanel, Grammys, Lauren Conrad, New York Fashion Week, Cardi, Rodarte, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Beauty Trends, Hair Accessories, Kristin Ess, Justine Marjan, Letitia Wright


People Are Covering Their Hair With the Shiniest Accessories, and We're Into It

In not-so-surprising news, really, really shiny things are having a moment. Ornate, bejeweled hair accessories, which include straight pins, snap clips, and chains embedded with crystals and pearls, aren't exactly new - you might have owned a few in grade school - but are catching the eyes of our favorite celebrities, fashion brands, and beauty enthusiasts alike. The precious accessories made appearances at the most recent season's Fashion Week, as hairstylist Justine Marjan worked long strands...
Tags: Beauty, Ariana Grande, Hair, Chanel, Grammys, Lauren Conrad, New York Fashion Week, Cardi, Rodarte, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Beauty Trends, Hair Accessories, Kristin Ess, Justine Marjan, Letitia Wright


61st Annual GRAMMY Awards Top Wins

MusicWatch - #1 Internet Music Media SiteThe 61st annual Grammy Awards show aired this month honoring some of the hottest music to hit the public radar in 2018. See GRAMMYS for complete 2018 list. Top Winners:Donald Glover - This Is AmericaSong of the YearKacey Musgraves - Golden HourBest Country AlbumCardi B - Invasion of PrivacyBest Rap AlbumAriana Grande - SweetenerBest Pop Vocal AlbumGreta Van Fleet - From The Fires Best Rock AlbumH.E.R. - H.E.R. EP Best R&B AlbumDua Lipa - Dua LipaBest New ...
Tags: Music, Grammys, Cornell, Donald Glover, MN Group, Music Award Shows, Lipa Dua


How to get tickets to Diana Ross’ 75th birthday party in Los Angeles

The music industry is pulling out all the stops for icon Diana Ross’ 75th birthday. Earlier this year, Ross performed “Best Years of My Life” and “Reach Out and Touch (Somebody’s Hand)” during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony held at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 10 and her career was quickly recapped in a video narrated by Grammy host Alicia Keys. Ross will spend Tuesday, March 26, the date of her actual 75th birthday, at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles for a special Happy ...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Coachella, Stagecoach, Grammys, Staples Center, Diana Ross, Ross, Southern California, Concerts, Roll Hall of Fame


Grammys Generate More Social Impact Than Oscars, According to Nielsen (EXCLUSIVE)

The Oscars may be the most-watched awards show on TV — but when it comes to social media, it’s the Grammys that garners the most attention. That’s according to Nielsen, which has finished calculating its Social Content Ratings for the just-ended awards season. Nielsen monitored social activity for every awards show that aired between Aug. […]
Tags: News, Oscars, Nielsen, Grammys


BTS adds second Rose Bowl show after the K-pop international superstar boy band’s first sells out quickly

K-pop superstars BTS sold out their upcoming stadium tour within minutes of tickets going on sale on Friday and now each venue – including the Rose Bowl in Pasadena – has added a second date to the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour. The Saturday, May 4, show at the Rose Bowl sold out in 90 minutes or so on Friday as demand for tickets for all of the BTS stadium shows demonstrated once more how insanely popular the seven-member K-pop band has become. A second show at the Rose Bowl is now schedul...
Tags: New York, Molly, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Pasadena, Grammys, Rose Bowl, Citi Field, Southern California, Travis Barker, KROQ, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Here’s What Happened At The Celine Fall Winter 2019 Show In Paris

One disappointing and triggering spring 2019 season later, the Celine fall 2019 show helmed by Hedi Slimane is here. We've read the think pieces, we've had the arguments, we've shed the tears, and we've obsessively followed the #OldCeline Instagram tribute accounts. In the 12 months since Slimane became Celine's Creative Director, a divisive new logo, a fresh handbag debut, and an eerily familiar ad campaign (ahem Saint Laurent) all offered clues and peeks into the fashion house's future. Last ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Paris, Lady Gaga, Celine, Grammys, Dakota Johnson, Philo, Paris Fashion Week, Brie Larson, Hedi Slimane, Phoebe, Loewe, Saint Laurent, Phoebe Philo, Van Noten


Recording Academy CMO Evan Greene Stepping Down

Evan Greene, chief marketing officer at the Recording Academy since 2003, will be stepping down from his post to “partner on the launch of a new boutique marketing consultancy focusing on the intersection of music, sports and entertainment,” according to an announcement, which says details about his new venture will be forthcoming. Greene established the […]
Tags: News, Grammys, Recording Academy, Greene, Evan Greene, Recording Academy CMO Evan Greene Stepping Down


Have You Noticed That Jason Momoa Wears This 1 Hair Accessory Over and Over?

You might know that Jason Momoa will always arrive to an award show with his signature long waves and bold brows, but you may have missed his go-to beauty accessory: a scrunchie. Turns out, the Aquaman actor is frequently spotted with the pink accessory on his wrist (perhaps just in case him or his beau, Lisa Bonet, need to tie up their long hair?). The Oscars red carpet was no exception, and the actor matched his Fendi hair tie to his light pink suit. Ahead, see his favorite accessory and more...
Tags: Beauty, Alicia Keys, Oscars, Hair, Lisa Bonet, Grammys, Jason Momoa, Fendi, Red Carpet, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Beauty Trends, Award Season


Have You Noticed That Jason Momoa Is Always Wearing This 1 Hair Accessory?

You might know that Jason Momoa will always arrive to an award show with his signature long waves and bold brows, but you may have missed his go-to beauty accessory: a scrunchie. Turns out, the Aquaman actor is frequently spotted with the pink accessory on his wrist (perhaps just in case him or his beau, Lisa Bonet, need to tie up their long hair?). The Oscars red carpet was no exception, and the actor matched his Fendi hair tie to his light pink suit. Ahead, see his favorite accessory and more...
Tags: Beauty, Alicia Keys, Oscars, Hair, Lisa Bonet, Grammys, Jason Momoa, Fendi, Red Carpet, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Beauty Trends, Award Season


Oscars 2019: Queen kicks off the Academy Awards and Javier Bardem’s loving it

The 91st annual Academy Awards famously had a host, then didn’t have that host, thought about getting a replacement host, and finally just threw up its hands and decided to be the Grammys. No, of course, the Oscars aren’t the Grammys, but they did start off the show at 5 p.m. sharp on Sunday with a performance by Queen with Adam Lambert filling in for the late Freddie Mercury, performing “We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions” as the Hollywood stars sang along. Most excited celebrity? Javi...
Tags: Hollywood, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Bradley Cooper, Usa Today, Academy Awards, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Grammys, King, Adam Lambert, James Baldwin, Diane Warren, Bradley, Don, Maya Rudolph


What 5 powerful people can teach us about success

Actress Mindy Kaling recently shared an epiphany she's had about success, telling Variety, "For many years, I thought that hard work was the only way you could succeed, but it's simply not true… Particularly if you're a woman of color, you need people to give you opportunities, because otherwise it won't happen. Talent is an important part of success, but you also need mentors to find promise in people that don't necessarily seem like they will fit in."Kaling has found that getting ahead and hav...
Tags: Work, Productivity, Ge, Taylor Swift, Life, Happiness, Success, Work-life balance, Innovation, Howard Schultz, Starbucks, Oprah Winfrey, Grammys, Kaling, Mindy Kaling, Arizona State University


A Week In Washington, D.C., On A $68,036 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an analyst working in government who makes $68,036 per year and spends some of her money this week on ice cream.Occupation: AnalystIndustry: GovernmentAge: 26Location: Washington, D.C.Salary: $68,036Paycheck Amount (Biweekly): $1,636.35Monthly Expense...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Supreme Court, Washington, France, Nike, New Jersey, New Orleans, Fidelity, Keurig, Eiffel Tower, Brussels, Annie, Grammys, Cvs


Confessions Of Lady Gaga's Longtime Makeup Artist, Sarah Tanno

What does it take to become one of the biggest stars in the world? For some, it’s ruthless management, exposed midriffs, and a lifetime of dance rehearsals. For Lady Gaga, it’s a push for artistic expression wrapped in the catchiest hooks and most raw acting roles. With every iteration of that expression — be it wearing a meat dress or a becoming a vampire on TV — comes a new and creative beauty look that must meet Gaga’s standard of creativity.That’s where Lady Gaga’s longtime makeup artist Sa...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, Mac, Washington, La, Vogue, Fergie, Lady Gaga, Grammys, Alexander Mcqueen, Gaga, Daphne, Philip Treacy


These are the 12 weirdest Oscar moments

The weirdest thing to ever happen on stage at the Academy Awards was a huge mistake, and it’s hard to imagine it will ever be topped. What could be bigger, after all, than announcing the wrong movie as the winner of the Oscar for best picture? Boo-boos don’t get any bigger than that, and the screams and hollers that erupted in 2017 inside the Kodak Theatre and homes around the world were entirely justified. The cast and creators of “La La Land” got to enjoy their Oscar for roughly 2 minutes and ...
Tags: Hollywood, Jimmy Kimmel, South Park, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Things To Do, Canada, Soccer, Joan Rivers, Oscar, Davis, Jennifer Lopez, Warren Beatty, Marlon Brando, Angelina Jolie


Composer Ludwig Göransson on ‘Black Panther’ Music, Childish Gambino and Danny Elfman

Ludwig Göransson is fairly new to the music-for-screens game, but it surprised no one when his score for the billion-dollar “Black Panther” — a deft swirl of blockbuster orchestra, hip-hop and authentic Africana — prompted his first Oscar nomination (and three Grammys on Feb. 10). The Swedish composer spoke to Variety in the midst of […]
Tags: Star Wars, Awards, Features, Ryan Coogler, Grammys, Black Panther, Donald Glover, Danny Elfman, Childish Gambino, Ludwig Göransson, Music for Screens, The Mandalorian, Disney Plus


Meet Jason Owen, the Mega-Manager Whose Clients Swept the Grammys’ Country Awards

There was a moment on the night of Feb. 10 when manager Jason Owen allowed his mind to “go there.” Could his client, Kacey Musgraves, who by 4 p.m. had already picked up two Grammy Awards — for “Space Cowboy” and “Butterflies,” for best country song and best country solo performance, respectively — in Owen’s […]
Tags: Kacey Musgraves, News, Grammys, Iheartradio, Little Big Town, Owen, Jason Owen


Lady Gaga and Christian Carino call off their engagement ahead of the Academy Awards

Lady Gaga has been turning heads on the red carpet, but her ringless finger at the Grammys made fans wonder: Is she still with fiance Christian Carino?            [Author: USA TODAY]
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