BRIT Award-nominated artist Jonas Blue has today announced his highly-anticipated first run of live shows in May. Alongside a full ensemble, Jonas will be kicking off the live tour performing in Cologne on 4th May, followed by shows in Amsterdam and Paris, before bringing it to a close in his hometown of London on 10th May. (more...)
The 'Fast Car' hitmaker is up for 'British Single' and 'British Artist Video of The Year'
Launching into 2017 in spectacular fashion, British artist Jonas Blue has received two coveted BRIT Award nominations (more...)
After a long hiatus, Taylor Swift has new music out in the world, and it's for the soundtrack of none other than the upcoming sequel to 50 Shades of Gray, 50 Shades Darker. Yesterday, the movie's YouTube channel released a sexy new lyric video for the single that features clips from the film. Check it out below! (more...)
Dick and Noelle Wolf (Wolf Entertainment), Zayn Malik, Len Blavatnik's Unigram and First Access Entertainment have formed a creative partnership with Universal Television to develop BOYS, a groundbreaking project for NBC that uniquely links musical and digital strategies. (more...)
Andy Mientus won a fictional Tony Award on television before ever actually having appeared on Broadway. However, following his concert debut with Teen Commandments at Feinstein's/54 Below on August 2, the first of a two-show engagement, it became clear that his fake Tony win may very well have been prophetic.
The evening did not consist of a traditional, career-introspective set, and though there were a few covers (a mashup of Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean?' with Beyonce's 'XO' a highlight among them), as well as a selection from Spring Awakening, which Mientus appeared in this past season on Broadway as well as on tour in 2008, the intent was to introduce Manhattan Kids, a new musical that Mientus has been intermittently at work upon for years, alongside Teen Commandments (made up of Brett Moses, synth and piano; Van Hughes, bass and acoustic guitar; Nicholas LaGrasta, guitar, bass, keyboard, and computer; and Hampus Öhman-Frolund, drums). Though the majority of the plot was not divulged, through the selections performed it was made clear that the musical is audacious in both its story and its musical style. (more...)