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    Grammy winning singer, Natalie Cole, Dies at 65

    The grammy winning singer, known for hits like “This will be”, “Unforgettable” and “Our love” dies at 65. The singer passed away in LA with congestive heart failure. She was the daughter of Nat King Cole and had won 9 grammys since her career began in the 1970s. The Executive producer of the Grammy awards…

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    A Chat with Internet Creator Pearl Future

    A recent chat with musician and internet creator Pearl Future provided some interesting insight into changes going on in the music industry for artists and listeners alike. Your latest music release came out at the beginning of this year. It was a different direction musically than your previous work, tell us about it. That song was…

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    The Importance Of Collecting Vinyl

    Image by Stacie Stacie Stacie It was not but five years ago that vinyl was hitting extremely low sales numbers.  Despite its near banishment in the early 90s, vinyl saw an increase in its sales over a number of years.  This was enough to keep the format alive, but nevertheless, it was overshadowed by the…

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    Top 10 Songs of 2011

    Article Submitted by Jason Mags of Star Struck Extreme Recently Billboard magazine, which is the premier US magazine keeping track of radio airplays and record sales, published their year-end results for Top songs of 2011.  The results are based on most airplay and most sales. Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” came in as #1 which…

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    Thieves At The X-Factor Auditions

    While Simon Cowell is being charged for “thievery” by not honoring the 2005 contract which stipulates that Simon Fuller (the creator of American Idol) should get “a piece of the pie” from the X Factor earnings, this new reality TV show, which is now being launched in the United States, has been catching some thieves…

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    Aerosmith Start Recording New Album In July

    Article submitted by 80s Music Forum Steven Tyler has been in the news for all the right and wrong reasons whether it is his issues with his band mates or even his current status as a judge on American Idol. While the latter seems to take up most of his time, he will also be…

  • The $200 Million Lesson of Titanic

    Article written by David Guillod. James Cameron, the director of “Titanic,” is the man who made the most expensive movie to ever come out of Hollywood. Although it became a worldwide sensation, he did not forget the struggles they all faced during the early filming days. Peter Chernin, the president and COO of News Corp.,…

  • Janet Jackson prepares to tour as a single mom

    Sources say that Janet Jackson is in good spirits as she prepares to tour for the first time since being a mom. The singer announced in January that she and her husband at the time Wissam Al Mana welcomed their first child, son Eissa. However, unfortunately, in April, the couple separated after five years of…

  • Jessica Szohr on ‘Gossip Girl’ co-star and ex Ed Westwick’s rape allegations

    After Ed Westwick, 30 received many claims relating to rape, his co-star on Gossip Girl, Jessica Szohr spoke on his defense. Szohr, 32, addressed the controversial topic on Cosmopolitan magazine by saying that she has known Westwick for many years and cannot imagine him putting someone in this position. She added that it is a…

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