It’s the day before he kicks off his headlining Obsession Tour and Eric Bellinger is feeling anxious. He’s ready to get back on stage and bond with his fans. “It’s like you’ve been anticipating a moment and it’s finally about to happen,” Bellinger tells Rated R&B. “The closer I get, the more anxious I am
Trinity Broadcasting Network, Fathom Events, and Impact Productions announce the debut of their new musical documentary, THE JOURNEY: A Music Special from Andrea Bocelli, coming to theaters nationwide for four nights only on April 2-4 and April 6, 2023. The post TBN Presents THE JOURNEY: A Music Special From Andrea Bocelli Coming to Theaters Nationwide
Taking place in eight of the tour’s cities, these special bus stops will feature opportunities for Better Than I Found It to give back and serve local communities during the spring tour through partnering with local organizations. The post Danny Gokey’s Nonprofit to Host Better Than I Found It “Bus Stop” Give Backs appeared first
For KING + COUNTRY announce CMT Crossroads performance with country star Jimmie Allen February 28th at 9pm CST. The post For KING + COUNTRY Announce CMT Crossroads Performance with Jimmie Allen appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Under the leadership of CEO Brian Becker, BASE Entertainment, Premier Productions, Icon Concerts, Rush Concerts and Peachtree Entertainment are part of the new venture. The post Indie Promoters Consolidate To Form LiveCo; Brian Becker Leads New Venture appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Embarking on a 21 city trek, the tour will kick off April 14 in Manchester, UK, with tickets on sale now. The post Skillet Announce Spring 2023 European “Day Of Destiny Tour” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
In a blend of the old school and the new, Moscow sent balloons over Ukraine before pummeling it with high-tech weaponry.
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The Soviet military often used unpowered balloons before World War II, and they made a resurgence in the Cold War. Now they’re being used in the Ukraine war, along with other low-tech devices.
President Aleksandr Lukashenko of Belarus has been surrounded by speculation that his country could be pressed into providing more support for Russia.