Tasha K *Whoo Lawd! Tasha K is making news again as she finds herself at the center of a recent physical altercation. The incident happened earlier this month at the “We in Miami Podcast Influencer Party” in Miami. Tasha K was among those attending the event when she said a man disrespected her. A video
*(CNN) — Eating higher amounts of ultra-processed food raises the risk of being diagnosed with multimorbidity, or having multiple chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer, a new study found. “What is particularly significant in this large study is that eating more ultra-processed foods, in particular animal products and sweetened beverages, was linked
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Stevie Nicks, born on May 26, 1948, in Phoenix, Arizona, is a renowned American singer-songwriter best known for her distinctive voice, mystical stage presence, and her influential role as the lead vocalist of Fleetwood Mac. Nicks’ career took flight when she joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975, along with her then-partner Lindsey Buckingham. Her contributions to
Ronnie James Dio (1942–2010) was a highly influential American heavy metal vocalist and songwriter, renowned for his powerful voice, theatrical stage presence, and contributions to various legendary rock and metal bands. Born Ronald James Padavona on July 10, 1942, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Dio’s career spanned several decades, leaving an indelible mark on the world
Bill Withers, born on July 4, 1938, in Slab Fork, West Virginia, was a highly influential American singer-songwriter. With a distinctive voice and an ability to infuse soul and authenticity into his music, Withers became a prominent figure in the R&B and soul genres. Withers’ career took off in the early 1970s, marked by the
Johnny Horton, born on April 30, 1925, in Los Angeles, California, was an American country music and rockabilly singer known for his historical and narrative songs. His music often drew inspiration from American history, folklore, and events, making him a unique figure in the country music scene. Horton’s breakthrough came in the mid-1950s with hits
The Troggs were a British rock band that gained prominence during the 1960s, known for their raw and energetic sound. Formed in Andover, Hampshire, in 1964, the original lineup included Reg Presley (vocals), Chris Britton (guitar), Pete Staples (bass), and Ronnie Bond (drums). They quickly rose to fame with their distinctive brand of garage rock.
Before the year closes out, Marsha Ambrosius will hit the road for a mini tour later this fall. The Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter has announced the dates for her upcoming shows at City Winery locations across the U.S. Ambrosius will launch her tour in Chicago, Illinois, where she will play a total of four shows
R&B newcomer Rhyan Douglas has released his debut single, “Last Page.” It was produced by WahWah James (Kali Uchis, TOBi), and Tarron Crayton (Jazmine Sullivan, Summer Walker). “Last Page” is an emotionally raw ballad in which Douglas processes heartache over a gentle acoustic guitar backdrop. Throughout the three-minute track, the 19-year-old showcases his vocal range