Robert Glasper has announced his 2022 residency at New York City’s Blue Note Jazz Club. The four-time Grammy Award winner will embark on Robtober starting Oct. 4. He will perform 48 shows through Nov. 5. “Robtober is back! This is year 4 of my residency at the legendary Blue Note in NYC!! Coming off the
Keyshia Cole has revealed her next album will arrive next year. The Grammy-nominated singer confirmed to a fan via Twitter that the follow-up to her 2017 album 11:11 Reset will be issued in 2023. Cole initially had plans to release a full-length album last year, following the drop of her single “I Don’t Wanna Be
Daywind Music Publishing is proud to welcome Matthew Lawson to its esteemed roster of songwriters. Lawson signed with the publishing company on August 4, 2022, on the Daywind Music Group campus located in Hendersonville, TN. The post Daywind Music Publishing Welcomes Matthew Lawson as Exclusive Songwriter appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
FOR KING + COUNTRY made their Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday, Aug. 12. Brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone stepped onto the world-renowned stage to perform songs from their second Top 10 album on the Billboard 200, WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? The post FOR KING + COUNTRY Make Grand Ole Opry Debut appeared first
The U.S.S. Jacob Jones, sunk by a German submarine in 1917, was the first U.S. destroyer ever to be lost to enemy action.
A look at the latest results from last night’s primaries, and their larger meaning for the Republican Party.
The first United Nations ship to transport Ukrainian grain to the Horn of Africa since the start of Russia’s invasion has set sail from southern Ukraine, the World Food Program said.
Airbnb, Google Travel and a few other platforms have tweaked their search engines, and that means less slogging through pages and pages of results on everything from home rental options to flight routes.
By Kara Thompson, Special to the AFRO The entertainment and media industry in the United States is the biggest in the world at $660 billion, according to the International Trade […] The post AFRO spotlight: a look at 130 years of entertainment and culture appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .