Attention Writers!

We are always looking for unique articles about the trends, artists, and personalities that shape the music industry.
If you would like to submit an article to be featured on our site then read our submission guidelines.

This Blog is also available as an RSS Feed.

Celebs to Perform at Speaking Clock Revue

The Participant Foundation is known for their tireless efforts and invaluable work in the public schools system. They work towards developing arts education and even music within these establishments, bringing joy and creativity to thousands of children each year. They do however depend on the funds that are donated to them, and in aid of this worthy cause, producer T Bone Burnett will be hosting two concerts to raise money for this project. The show is called Speaking Clock Revue and big names in the music industry, such as Elvis Costello, John Mellencamp, Gregg Allman and Elton John, have thrown their weight behind the concerts.

Read more..

Winners at the 2010 VMA Awards

Numerous noteworthy contenders were listed as nominees in various categories for the 2010 MTV VMA Awards. The Video Music Awards ceremony was held at the Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles, on 12 September 2010, and had a few surprises in store. Not only did the host of the evening, Chelsea Handler, have a few tricks up her sleeve for the evening, but Eminem and Rihanna did a duet of Love the Way You Lie. Lighting and magnificent stage set-ups saw to it that the entire show was vibrant, colorful and entertaining.

Read more..

2010 Kennedy Centre Honors

The 2010 Kennedy Centre Honors will be hosted on 5 December 2010 and will pay tribute to five very extraordinary people. It will be the 33rd awards ceremony to be hosted and the people in the spotlight will be Oprah Winfrey, Merle Haggard, Jerry Merman, Paul McCartney and Bill T. Jones. Of the five recipients, four are major contributors to the music industry, and the Kennedy Centre has chosen to celebrate their lives and cultural contributions that have spanned many years, making them icons of our time.

Read more..

2010 IBMA Nominees

The International Bluegrass Music Association was established in Kentucky in 1985, which led to the construction of the International Bluegrass Music Museum in 1988. The International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame was founded in 1991, raising the IBMA to a new level, and creating an organization that is dedicated the bluegrass music industry and its performers. Now located in Nashville (Tennessee), the IBMA have recently released the names of the 2010 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards and are getting ready to host a breathtaking event.

Read more..

Louis Armstrong Remembered

Born on 6 September 1877, Charles Bolden, later known as Buddy Bolden, became one of the key figures in the jazz world of New Orleans. As an accomplished cornetist, he was a pioneer in a style then referred to as rag-time. Bolden passed away on 4 November 1931, but his accomplishments and contributions to the jazz industry were not forgotten. Dan Pritzker, a well known filmmaker, along with the assistance of Wynton Marsalis, took it upon himself to bring the story of Bolden to life, and soon found himself on a journey into the life of Louis Armstrong.

Read more..


User Comments & Reviews

Leave a comment: