THEY. are back. The R&B duo, composed of singer/songwriter Drew Love and producer Dante Jones, has released their third album, Nü Moon. It’s the follow-up to its 2020 sophomore LP, The Amanda Tape. The Nü Moon campaign started last spring with “Blü Moon,” a song designed to remind fans of the early 2000s R&B. Three
For the first time in history, three of the most popular artists in Christian music – TobyMac, MercyMe, and Zach Williams – are teaming up for an unforgettable concert experience. The post Tour Announced Featuring TobyMac, MercyMe and Zach Williams appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The minister met with President Donald J. Trump in 2019 to highlight the abuses of Myanmar’s military, which later seized power in a coup.
As told in her first and farewell speeches.
Top government officials in Kyiv clarify that their mission remains to reclaim all Ukrainian territory from Russia.
Lynne M. Tracy, the ambassador, spoke with Sergei A. Ryabkov, the Russian deputy foreign minister. U.S. officials have not been granted consular access to Mr. Gershkovich in the past week, a State Department official said.
A war documents leak.
Edwin Starr was an American soul and funk singer who rose to fame in the 1960s and 70s. He had a powerful and distinctive voice that perfectly matched the socially conscious themes of his music. Starr’s most famous song, “War,” was a massive hit in 1970 and became an anthem for the anti-war movement. The
The Staple Singers were a family gospel group that emerged from Chicago in the 1950s. The group consisted of Roebuck “Pops” Staples and his children Cleotha, Pervis, and Mavis. They were known for their soulful and powerful vocal harmonies, combined with Pops Staples’ distinctive guitar playing. The Staple Singers were also notable for their socially
Yoko Ono is a Japanese multimedia artist, musician, and peace activist who rose to fame in the 1960s and 70s as an avant-garde artist and a pioneering figure in the Fluxus movement. Born in Tokyo in 1933, Ono spent her childhood between Japan and the United States, and later attended Sarah Lawrence College where she