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With Much Respect, Cynthia Erivo Takes on Queen Of Soul

With Much Respect, Cynthia Erivo Takes on Queen Of Soul

By Mesfin Fekadu | Mar 1, 2021

Cynthia Erivo is playing Aretha Franklin in the eight-episode series debuting March 21 on the National Geographic channel. The Associated Press spoke to her about playing the Queen of Soul.

Some Upset in Cyprus Over 'Satanic' Eurovision Song Choice

Some Upset in Cyprus Over 'Satanic' Eurovision Song Choice

By Menelaos Hadjicostis | Feb 28, 2021

A man has been charged with uttering threats and causing a disturbance after barging onto the grounds of Cyprus' public broadcaster to protest what he said was the country's "blasphemous" entry into this year's Eurovision song contest.

PopUps: Justin Bieber Announces New Album 'Justice'

PopUps: Justin Bieber Announces New Album 'Justice'

Feb 26, 2021

Just over a year since releasing his album "Changes," Justin Bieber revealed on Instagram Friday that he will be dropping another LP, called "Justice." It's out on March 19.

German Radio Station Apologies for Remarks About BTS

German Radio Station Apologies for Remarks About BTS

By David Rising | Feb 26, 2021

A Bavarian radio station apologized Friday for a host's comments comparing popular South Korean K-pop band BTS to the coronavirus, saying his choice of words had gone too far but was in no way meant to be "hurtful or racist."

Heart's Nancy Wilson Announces New Solo Album

Heart's Nancy Wilson Announces New Solo Album

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Feb 23, 2021

Nancy Wilson, of legendary Seattle rock band Heart, has announced a May 7 release date for her first solo studio album, "You and Me."

Watch: French Rapper Impressed 'Voice' Judges. Then His Social Media Past Emerged.

Watch: French Rapper Impressed 'Voice' Judges. Then His Social Media Past Emerged.

Feb 23, 2021

A French rapper impressed the judges on that country's version of "The Voice," but then his old tweets emerged.

PopUps: Celebrate Daft Punk with the Duo's 5 Best Songs

PopUps: Celebrate Daft Punk with the Duo's 5 Best Songs

By Jason St. Amand | Feb 22, 2021

The pioneering electronic duo Daft Punk announced Monday that they are calling it quits after a 28 year career. EDGE celebrates the French Grammy Award-winning act with their five best songs.

Watch: Grammy-Winning Duo Daft Punk Break Up After 28 Years

Watch: Grammy-Winning Duo Daft Punk Break Up After 28 Years

By Mesfin Fekadu | Feb 22, 2021

Grammy-winning French duo Daft Punk have announced they're breaking up after 28 years.

SF Symphony Records Berg's Assured Atonal Works

SF Symphony Records Berg's Assured Atonal Works

By Philip Campbell | Feb 18, 2021

It may be an acquired taste, but once music lovers develop an interest in the music of 20th-century composer Alban Berg, it can become a passionate preference, particularly via SF Symphony's new recording.

Watch: 'Dashing in December' Hunk Juan Pablo Di Pace Sings 'Fall on Me' in New Video

Watch: 'Dashing in December' Hunk Juan Pablo Di Pace Sings 'Fall on Me' in New Video

By David Costa | Feb 18, 2021

"Dashing in December's" Juan Pablo Di Pace recently released a new video, "Fall on Me," that he talks about to EDGE.

Watch: Lil Nas X Shares Moving Video About Struggles With Depression

Watch: Lil Nas X Shares Moving Video About Struggles With Depression

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Feb 17, 2021

Lil Nas X posted a moving video to TikTok on Tuesday disclosing his struggles with depression.

Out Singer John Duff Says 'Do It' (in Skivvies & Stilettos) in Sexy Video

Out Singer John Duff Says 'Do It' (in Skivvies & Stilettos) in Sexy Video

Feb 15, 2021

Out singer John Duff has found a way of coping with pandemic isolation by making music about it.

Remembering Sophie, an Unforgettable Pop Star, with These 12 Songs

Remembering Sophie, an Unforgettable Pop Star, with These 12 Songs

By Jason St. Amand | Feb 15, 2021

A look at 12 songs by game-changing and Grammy nominated producer/musician Sophie, who died at age 34 last week after a fall, and how she altered the shape of how modern pop music sounds.

New Music from LGBT Artists

New Music from LGBT Artists

By Jim Provenzano | Feb 15, 2021

Shuttered at home, musicians are producing new songs in abundance, including local artists and longtime favorites. Also, we honor a singer-songwriter lost too soon.

Mr. Broadway: Seth Rudetsky's Multiple Shows Keep Us Entertained

Mr. Broadway: Seth Rudetsky's Multiple Shows Keep Us Entertained

By Jim Provenzano | Feb 14, 2021

Cohosting YouTube shows with his husband with guests in theatre, television and film, plus composers and health officials, since March 2020, has been an amazing, if not dizzying, accomplishment for the multi-talented Seth Rudetsky.

Taylor Swift has Finished Redoing Sophomore Album 'Fearless'

Taylor Swift has Finished Redoing Sophomore Album 'Fearless'

By Mark Kennedy | Feb 11, 2021

Last year, Taylor Swift gave us a lot of new music. This year it will be old — the pop star has announced she's dropping the first of her re-recorded albums.

Q-Music: Deep Cover; Honorous - and Even Whimsical - Music Tributes and Film Soundtracks

Q-Music: Deep Cover; Honorous - and Even Whimsical - Music Tributes and Film Soundtracks

By Gregg Shapiro | Feb 11, 2021

Interpreting other musician's classics can be tough. Some fine accomplishments include film soundtracks, Billie Holiday and Leonard Cohen tributes, and the amazing senior chorus that brings a touching new perspective on Bowie and Rolling Stones hits.

Mary Wilson, Longest-Reigning Original Supreme, Dies at 76

Mary Wilson, Longest-Reigning Original Supreme, Dies at 76

Feb 9, 2021

Mary Wilson, the longest-reigning original Supreme, has died at 76 years old.

Album Sales Surge for Morgan Wallen After Racist Comment

Album Sales Surge for Morgan Wallen After Racist Comment

By Kristin M. Hall | Feb 9, 2021

Fans of Morgan Wallen are buying up the country star's latest album after a video showed him shouting a racial slur last week.

Review: 'The Go-Go's' is a Love Letter to Five Women Who Ruled the Charts

Review: 'The Go-Go's' is a Love Letter to Five Women Who Ruled the Charts

By Ken Tasho | Feb 5, 2021

This documentary is a love letter about five women who ruled the charts, and the world, and are still around to talk about it.

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