Snoop Dogg Rolls Through Houston, Shows Love to ‘South Park Shawty’

HOUSTON — A Houston woman known for bringing the community joy was overwhelmed with happiness Saturday after getting a surprise visit from one of her favorite celebrities. Shantel Nelson — known as Southpark_Shawty on Instagram — was put on this Earth to bring people delight, friends and family members said. Shawty is constantly shooting viral videos featuring her dancing, singing and performing other antics in the neighborhood. “She was put on this Earth to make people smile,” employee Andrea Simmons said. […]

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Behind the Mic: Kirk Thurmond

DALLAS — By now it’s safe to say, Dallas is a great source for live, local music. With musical genres ranging from hip hop and country to blues and folk, the DFW is home to many amazing artists! One of them being Kirk Thurmond of, you guessed it, Kirk Thurmond and The Millennials. Born and raised in Dallas, music has flowed through his veins since he could remember. “I don’t think I’ve ever been at any point in life where music […]

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Block Party, Saturday

Seattle – For the twentieth year in July Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood exploded with life, color and music and this year was no exception. Besides going home to your own bed, one of the greatest things about having a music festival in your back yard is the showcase of amazing local talent. We here in […]

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It’s All Good! Your Chance To Meet Singer Don Henley

Don Henley flew high with The Eagles before launching his solo career. Besides making music we’ll sing to forever, Don is doing well. Back in 1990, he started The Walden Woods Project , a non-profit that works to preserve the land and legacy of social reformer Henry David Thoreau. Don is going all the way back to Thoreau’s roots by dropping seeds of knowledge, educating the next generation of conservationists. The artist is hoping you’ll lend a helping hand, too! If you donate $10 or […]

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Music Therapist Makes Beautiful Tunes for Hospital Patients

DENTON — Kristin Abbott is on tour. Her stage, the rooms at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Denton. “A typical day, I start playing downstairs in the family surgery waiting area,” she explained. Kristin is a music therapist. After graduating college and getting certified, she turned her passion for music into a part-time job and gets paid to play to hospital patients. Since May, she’s now the first music therapist for the hospital system, “I saw a need, and I wanted […]

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Buena Vista All Star, Luis Manual Mirabal Plasencia Comes to Dallas!

DALLAS — The sweet sound of the trumpet and the smell of cafe Cubano floating through the streets are both things you can only get from one place, Cuba. It’s a place where being able to easily leave has never really been an option. That is, until recently, as the U. S. and Cuba continue to thaw out their icy relationship. And then the question for those Cuban’s looking for a new home in the states becomes, where do you […]

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Napster is Making a Comeback

LOS ANGELES —  Napster is back. Well, sort of. Music streaming site Rhapsody just announced they’re changing their name to Napster. Come on, you remember Napster. It was created by 19-year old Shawn Fanning. At the time, it was the only “free” music sharing site. Yeah, it definitely changed how we listened to music back in the day. Well, it didn’t last long. Napster was sued because sharing free music is essentially sharing pirated music and that’s illegal! Napster isn’t the […]

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That Time Tupac Blasted Trump in This Unseen MTV Interview

LOS ANGELES — As Donald Trump speaks in Dallas today, on what would have been rapper Tupac Shakur’s 45th birthday, we’ve uncovered an MTV interview from more than 20 years ago of Tupac slamming what he calls Trump’s “greed.” Tupac has been called a lyrical genius who was well ahead of his time, and this video just may prove that point. “This world is such a… ‘gimme, gimme, gimme. Everybody back off.’ Everyone’s taught that in school, everywhere. Big business, if you […]

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Adam Levine Is Paying for ‘The Voice’ Singer Christina Grimmie’s Funeral

Adam Levine was Christina Grimmie’s mentor during season six of The Voice and now, he’s coming to her family’s side during their time of need and paying for the late singer’s funeral, according to Christina’s brother, Marcus Grimmie. Marcus made the announcement on Facebook late Sunday evening writing, “I found out this morning, that Adam Levine personally called my mother and said he will pay for the funeral and her plane flight, and I was blown away.” Grimmie was shot and killed […]

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Song of the Summer Showdown: Top Contenders Are…

NEW YORK, NY — The best time of the year is almost here — summer! It’s time to kick back, splash in the pool or head to the beach. But what’s summer without an anthem? It’s the song everyone knows and sings non-stop at all the backyard barbecues and pool parties. Well turns out, there is a science to picking that summer soundtrack and Shazam has it all figured out. If you don’t already know, Shazam is a mobile app that can […]

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