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American rock act CKY has signed a worldwide record deal with Entertainment One Music (eOne Music). The band’s new full-length album will be released this summer. Scott Givens, SVP of eOne Music, says: “All of us at Entertainment One are elated to have CKY join us and are looking forward unleashing their amazing new record […]

Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best Bets

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We will be getting a taste of beautiful spring weather this weekend and that means you might be Working for the Weekend. There is so much happening in the Twin Cities to celebrate the warmer season, including one event your dog can enjoy. Spring RV Show Still planning your summer getaway? Dream about a […]

Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast discusses revival possibilities

To read more on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunion, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday or right here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. It seems like everything is being revived these days. Gilmore Girls. Prison Break. Will Grace. So what are the chances of Buffy […]

Red Stripe, SUM Entertainment Enlist Nelly to Help ‘Ignite’ Talent Search

Other mentors for the new digital AR platform include Run-D.M.C.’s Darryl McDaniels and Beenie Man. Red Stripe beer and music/entertainment technology firm SUM Entertainment are the principals behind Ignite Urban. The new digital AR platform is the latest entry in the talent competition ranks, giving pop, RB/hip-hop and reggae artists the opportunity to win a […]

Marianne and the Movies: Hopeless disaster

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‘The Boss Baby’ is the rancid diaper of animated movies

The high-concept premise of “The Boss Baby,” a borderline-cute, suffocatingly creepy kiddie fantasy from DreamWorks Animation, continually violates what were once inviolable laws of the universe. Babies, as everyone knows, tend to eat, cry, giggle, nap and soil themselves. They do not wear black business suits, carry briefcases, chug espressos and plot hostile corporate strategies. […]

Chimpanzees hate Justin Bieber’s music

Is it too late for chimps to say sorry? Let it be known that chimpanzees are not Beliebers. New research has found that great apes have zero appreciation for music – a break from past studies that suggested chimps find slow music to be relaxing. Researchers at the University of York found that music has […]

Music Magazine: Sergio Mendoza, Vinyl Collectors And Tejano Punks On Film

Sergio Mendoza, shown performing for NPR in Austin, Texas, is featured in one segment of this week’s episode. NPR hide caption toggle caption NPR Sergio Mendoza, shown performing for NPR in Austin, Texas, is featured in one segment of this week’s episode. NPR Now and then, Alt.Latino offers programs that feature a single artist in […]

Every country music entertainer of the year since 1970

Country music is big, and only getting bigger. Across the country, there are over4,000 stationsbroadcasting the southern pop genre, up from 2,875 stations in 2008. Country is so popular that people who are not fans of the genre have heard of its biggest artists: Blake Shelton has become a staple on NBC’s “The Voice”; Beyoncé […]

Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Talks Jazz as Protest Music, Trap Influence

For Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, the idea of music as political protest shouldn’t be exclusive to the Trump era. “It doesn’t matter who is seated in that office,” he tells Rolling Stone. “It’s still my job to challenge them.” Indeed, the jazz-trained trumpeter has used his genre-melding sounds to address issues like police brutality and […]