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Celebrating African American History Month at Minton’s in NYC

Celebrating African American History Month at Minton’s in NYC

“Our Music, Our History” will be a two-day event on Monday, February 24th and Tuesday, February 25th and will feature two sets each evening at 7:30pm and 10pm.

Beyonce, Drunk In Love, featuring Jay-Z | Music Review

Beyonce, Drunk In Love, featuring Jay-Z | Music Review

Queen Bey does it again! Taken from her digitally released eponymous titled album, Beyonce, “Drunk in Love” explores female sexuality, irrepressible lust, and mind-blowing sexual escapades with a committed lover.

A night of amazement: The 2013 American Music Awards

A night of amazement: The 2013 American Music Awards

The City of Angels was full of glitz, glamour, and OMG moments as the 2013 American Music Awards exploded from the Nokia Theater.

Bohemian twin sisters, Macedo | Paper Doll album release show

Bohemian twin sisters, Macedo | Paper Doll album release show

Indie Twin Duo, MACEDO, are Bohemian chanteuses to perform music from upcoming album Paper Doll at Hotel Cafe

Sweet Transition: Tristan Mack Wilds explodes onto the music scene

Sweet Transition: Tristan Mack Wilds explodes onto the music scene

With catchy lyrics like these, Tristan Paul Mack Wilds seems poised to take the music world by storm, but as many of us know, he’s no stranger to the entertainment industry.

An album lost in the Amazon: Juaneco y su Combo’s early jungle psychedelia music revived

An album lost in the Amazon: Juaneco y su Combo’s early jungle psychedelia music revived

In the early 1970s, a small and largely unknown city called Pucallpa, nestled in the heart of the Amazon jungle on the far side of the Peruvian Andes, was the birthplace of a genre of music that would become a regional phenomenon and a white whale for Latin music collectors many years later.

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