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Damian Marley Confirms Summer Dates In Birmingham, Manchester And Glasgow

Article by Jon Stickler via stereoboard.com Damian Marley will play a trio of UK shows this summer. The Jamaican reggae artist and youngest son of Bob Marley will perform at the O2 Academy Birmingham, Manchester's O2 Victoria Warehouse and the O2 Academy Glasgow between August 11 and...

Julian Marley’s “As I Am” Nominated for Best Reggae Album GRAMMY

Julian Marley's album "As I Am", released earlier this year, has received a GRAMMY nomination for Best Reggae Album. This is Julian's second GRAMMY nomination, following a nomination for his 2009 release "Awake". "As I Am" is nominated for Best Reggae Album along with Koffee's "Rapture", Sly...

Pink’s Advice To Fans: ‘Change The F**king World!’

Photo by Raph_PH via Wikipedia (CC BY-SA) Article by Mary Papenfuss, huffpost Grammy-winning singer Pink won the People’s Champion of 2019 at the E! People’s Choice Awards ceremony Sunday night and immediately proved why she was picked. “I don’t care about your politics. I care about your kids,” Pink...

Stella McCartney’s climate credentials bang on trend in Paris

Photo by Thomas Samson (AFP/Getty Images) Article by Jess Cartner-Morley, via THE GUARDIAN Stella McCartney would be on trend this season whatever she put on her catwalk. Two decades after the designer launched her brand, the climate crisis is forcing the fashion industry to accept the...

This Parisian Hotel’s Art Exhibition Turns Waste Into Beauty

Photo by Laurent Zabulon Article by BETSY BLUMENTHAL, via Conde Nast TRAVELER Elise Morin knows you’re not coming to the Peninsula Paris because you're looking for her art—and she’s happy about that. Yesterday, the 41-year-old French artist, whose work often invokes the natural environment...

Last Man Standing: Willie Nelson and the Rise of Outlaw Country

Photo by Heather Kaplan Article by CHRISTOPHER THIESSEN, via CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND don’t wanna be the last man standing,” a life-worn Willie Nelson reflects on his 2018 album opener. But no sooner do the words leave his mouth than the conflicted country balladeer bargains...

Could music festivals be good for your health?

Article by Martin Vennard via BBC News. Millions of people around the world go to music festivals each year. At one time, they were seen as encouraging heavy drinking and drug-taking while providing poor facilities and bad food. But now organisers are more focused on festival-goers'...