New Edition is heading back on the road in 2023. The iconic R&B group has announced their headlining Legacy Tour ’23. They will be joined by Keith Sweat, Guy and special guest Tank. The Legacy Tour kicks off March 9, 2023, at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina. From there, the tour will hit
SZA is among the many R&B acts going on tour in 2023. The Grammy winner has announced her first-ever arena tour, the SOS North American Tour. Powered by Live Nation, the tour begins Feb. 21, 2023, at Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. From there, SZA will travel nationwide, playing various U.S. cities including Chicago, Washington, D.C.
Despite the debates, R&B is alive and thriving in 2022, especially with quality albums from blossoming newcomers and flourishing veterans. It’s always tough to tackle the best R&B releases from a given year when the musical output is plentiful. Yet, like every year, Rated R&B takes pride in listening to hundreds of projects and summarizing
KIRBY has released a new EP, I Told You I Would. The five-song collection was inspired by her parents’ love story. All of the music taken from I Told You I Would finds KIRBY singing over acoustic, stripped-down production. If you’ve followed KIRBY from then to now, you’d realize these were songs she shared online
Curb | Word Entertainment’s for KING + COUNTRY visited The Bobby Bones show on Monday, 12/12. The post for KING + COUNTRY Visit Bobby Bones appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Iconic radio host Frank Reed, KLTY personality for over three decades, will retire from the station’s morning show at the end of this month, but will remain on America’s leading commercial Christian radio station as host of the new “KeepTheFaith Dallas-Fort Worth” beginning Sunday, January 1. The post KLTY’s Frank Reed to Host “Keep The
Lauren Daigle receives new certifications including “You Say” certified 5x-Platinum. The post Centricity Music Announces New Staff Members and Certifications appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Last week, two-time GRAMMY Award winner Lauren Daigle, through her organization The Price Fund, wrapped up her season of fall giving with donations of $100k, bringing The Price Fund’s fall total to $681,000. The post Lauren Daigle’s “The Price Fund” Donates $681,000 To Community Charities appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Almost no one is venturing out even after an easing of pandemic measures. Cold and flu medicines are scarce, but food supplies appear adequate.
The enlistment of Jin, the eldest member of the K-pop supergroup, marks a pause for one of the biggest boy bands in the world.