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Set the Scene this Thanksgiving with EDGE's Queerish Holiday Playlist

Set the Scene this Thanksgiving with EDGE's Queerish Holiday Playlist

By Christopher Ehlers | Nov 25, 2022

Sure, the food on Thanksgiving matters, but perhaps more important to set the scene and help get things moving is the music.

Watch: Milo Yiannopoulos Plans to Help Kanye West Run for President

Watch: Milo Yiannopoulos Plans to Help Kanye West Run for President

By Emell Adolphus | Nov 25, 2022

Milo Yiannopoulos is reportedly planning to help Kanye West run for president in 2024. Yikes!

Catch Boston Symphony's Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina Return this Weekend

Catch Boston Symphony's Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina Return this Weekend

Nov 22, 2022

BSO Assistant Conductor Anna Rakitina returns to the BSO podium this Friday and Saturday with a program of old favorites, including "Pictures at an Exhibition," along with a recent work with roots to opera's past.

Don We Now: SF Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Concerts

Don We Now: SF Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Concerts

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Nov 22, 2022

Christmas will commence early this year when the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus returns with "Holiday Spectacular," an all-new holiday show in four venues, including their Castro Theatre concerts on Christmas Eve.

Grammy Nominations 2022: The Good, the Bad, and the Meh

Grammy Nominations 2022: The Good, the Bad, and the Meh

By Christopher Ehlers | Nov 21, 2022

Beyonce, Bad Bunny, Kim Petras, and Kendrick Lamar made history. But this year's Grammy nominations were still littered with disappointments.

Elton John Rockets Toward Retirement at Dodger Stadium

Elton John Rockets Toward Retirement at Dodger Stadium

By Andrew Dalton | Nov 21, 2022

Forty seven years after taking the stage at Dodger Stadium in L.A. in a sequined-studded baseball uniform as the world's biggest pop star, Elton John walked on to the same stage Sunday night wearing a bedazzled Dodgers bathrobe, on the verge of retirement

Ned Rorem, Prize-Winning Composer and Writer, Dies at 99

Ned Rorem, Prize-Winning Composer and Writer, Dies at 99

Nov 18, 2022

Ned Rorem, the prolific Pulitzer- and Grammy-winning musician known for his vast output of compositions and for his barbed and sometimes scandalous prose, died Friday at 99.

Watch: Nicki Minaj, Maluma, Myriam Fares Release World Cup Anthem

Watch: Nicki Minaj, Maluma, Myriam Fares Release World Cup Anthem

Nov 18, 2022

Hip hop star Nicki Minaj has teamed up with Colombian singer-songwriter Maluma and Lebanese singer Myriam Fares for the latest addition to the official soundtrack of the World Cup in Qatar.

Ticketmaster Canceling Next Taylor Swift Concert Ticket Sale

Ticketmaster Canceling Next Taylor Swift Concert Ticket Sale

By Kristin M. Hall | Nov 18, 2022

Ticketmaster says it is canceling Friday's planned general public sale for Taylor Swift's upcoming stadium tour because it doesn't have enough tickets.

Elton John's Final Tour Revisits LA Glory with Dua Lipa, Brandi Carlile

Elton John's Final Tour Revisits LA Glory with Dua Lipa, Brandi Carlile

By Lynn Elber | Nov 16, 2022

Elton John's audacious 1970 U.S. debut at a local nightclub moved a critic to declare that the slight young Englishman would become one of rock's most important stars. It didn't take long.

Beyoncé Ties Grammy Record after Leading Nominations with 9

Beyoncé Ties Grammy Record after Leading Nominations with 9

By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Nov 15, 2022

Beyoncé has propelled herself into the highest Grammy echelon: The star singer claimed a leading nine nominations Tuesday, making her tied — with her husband Jay-Z — as the most nominated music act in the history of the awards show.

Review: Berlin Philharmonic Soars in American Tour

Review: Berlin Philharmonic Soars in American Tour

By Robert Nesti | Nov 15, 2022

The Berlin Philharmonic showed why it is one of the world's great orchestras in a Boston appearance as part of its American tour.

R.E.M., Blondie, Snoop Dogg get Nods for Songwriters Hall

R.E.M., Blondie, Snoop Dogg get Nods for Songwriters Hall

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 15, 2022

Bryan Adams, R.E.M., Blondie, Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Heart and The Doobie Brothers are among the nominees for the 2023 Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Taylor Swift Wins Big at the MTV EMAs

Taylor Swift Wins Big at the MTV EMAs

By Louise Dixon | Nov 14, 2022

Taylor Swift won big at Sunday's MTV EMAs. Swift who led the nominations along with Harry Styles with seven a piece, walked away with four wins including for best artist, best video and best longform video.

Dua Lipa Denies Rumors She's Performing at World Cup Qatar, Cites Human Rights Conditions

Dua Lipa Denies Rumors She's Performing at World Cup Qatar, Cites Human Rights Conditions

Nov 13, 2022

Pop star Dua Lipa is joining many LGBTQ+ World Cup fans in not attending the event because it is being held in Qatar, shooting down rumors she will not be performing at the opening ceremony, citing human rights conditions.

Watch: Out Chilean Singer/Beatmaker Alex Anwandter Goes Sexy & Dark for New Video

Watch: Out Chilean Singer/Beatmaker Alex Anwandter Goes Sexy & Dark for New Video

Nov 11, 2022

Out Chilean singer/producer/beatmaker Alex Anwandter may have not performed for the past few years due to the pandemic, but that doesn't mean he hasn't been making new music, as this dark, sexy video shows.

Bad Bunny Tops Apple Music Awards after Huge 2022

Bad Bunny Tops Apple Music Awards after Huge 2022

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 9, 2022

Last year, the top Apple Music Awards went to three artists — Olivia Rodrigo, H.E.R and The Weeknd. This year, there's only one — Bad Bunny.

Watch: The 1975's Matt Healy Gets Shirtless, Eats Raw Meat at Madison Square Garden Show

Watch: The 1975's Matt Healy Gets Shirtless, Eats Raw Meat at Madison Square Garden Show

Nov 8, 2022

UK band The 1975 are touring their new album "Being Funny in a Foreign Language" and frontman Matt Healy is making headlines this week for his outrageous stunt during a concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Monday night.

Classical Music's Culture Alley & Underworlds

Classical Music's Culture Alley & Underworlds

By Philip Campbell | Nov 8, 2022

The San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center or "culture alley" on Van Ness Ave., is ablaze with activity this month. The Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall, and Herbst Theatre are presenting festive and diverse musical events.

With Upcoming Show, Cabaret's Meg Flather Finds Diversity in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Canon

With Upcoming Show, Cabaret's Meg Flather Finds Diversity in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Canon

By John Amodeo | Nov 8, 2022

Rodgers & Hammerstein defined musical theater in the 1950s with their musicals; today some see them as dated. Not cabaret's Meg Flather, who sets up to rethink the great songwriting team's songs through a 2022 lens.

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