Entertainment :: Music Features
Colton Ford may have spent ten months in the adult film industry, but he has been performing music for decades.
Martha Wash has the big voice behind any number of gay anthems. ("It’s Raining Men," anyone?) But with her new CD the dance diva strikes out in a new direction. EDGE spoke to the music legend as her career enters a new phase.
Boston will get its first alternative music festival on May 25 and 26. Boston Calling will welcome 18 artists, including fun., the National, Dirty Projectors, Ra Ra Riot, Matt & Kim, Marina and the Diamonds and more.
DAFT PUNK has set a record on Spotify.
Rufus Wainwright returns to Philly with Prima! Judy! Rufus! at the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. The singer recreates the Judy Garland’s legendary 1961 Carnegie Hall shows, which fits into the festival ’time-travel meme.
DTD covers OMD, NKOTB, The Flaming Lips, and newcomers Olly Murs and Charlie XCX.
The pianist and Elias String Quartet concluded a series of concerts for San Francisco Performances with a beautifully realized program ingeniously designed for "Schumann: Under the Influence."
Cabaret Fest 2013, the fifth annual Provincetown event, comes up this coming weekend. It will have a romantic edge with a celebration of the work of out songwriter Bob Levy, whose works recall the best of the Great American Songbook. John Amodeo previews.
New hits abound from Justin Timberlake, Dido, the Strokes and Depeche Mode, while Rocket to the Moon keeps on rocking!
Carmen Electra likes it loud and to prove it, she’ll be turning up the heat in Palm Springs alongside DJs Wayne G and Manny Lehman, part of White Party Xtreme Weekend.