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 Review :: For The Girls

Review :: For The Girls

By Eddie Shapiro | Sep 30
Kristin Chenoweth's latest recording pays tribute to the great female vocalists who inspired her.

Kristin Chenoweth on her New Album — It's One 'For the Girls'

Kristin Chenoweth on her New Album — It's One 'For the Girls'

By Steve Duffy | Sep 27
Kristin Chenoweth is heading back to Broadway in November for a one-week engagement to celebrate her newest album, "For the Girls." EDGE spoke to the Tony-winning Broadway star about how the new album came about.

 Review :: Hey, I'm Just Like You

Review :: Hey, I'm Just Like You

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Sep 27
The Canadian duo release their enjoyably infectious and urgent ninth album "Hey, I'm Just Like You" in tandem with their new memoir "High School."

J. Lo, Shakira to Perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show

J. Lo, Shakira to Perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show

By Mesfin Fekadu | Sep 27
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are going to bring the heat to the 2020 Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show.

 Review :: Sunshine Kitty

Review :: Sunshine Kitty

By JC Alvarez | Sep 25
Tove Lo is bright and plucky on "Sunshine Kitty" her fourth-album is proving the staying power this artist has and a skillful ease with dancable licks and lyrical hooks that will turn you on.

Piers Morgan Misgenders Sam Smith; Attributes Changes to Brit Awards to Them

Piers Morgan Misgenders Sam Smith; Attributes Changes to Brit Awards to Them

By Sam Cronin | Sep 24
Sam Smith, who came out as nonbinary earlier this year, has received mostly supportive social media feedback on their announcement. One high profile critic, however, was Piers Morgan, who, on "Good Morning Britain," mocked the singer's identification.

 Review :: Boston Symphony Opens Season with Exhilarating Concert

Review :: Boston Symphony Opens Season with Exhilarating Concert

By Robert Nesti | Sep 24
There was an extraordinary array of forces brought together for the opening program of the Boston Symphony Orchestra's season this past Thursday night in Symphony Hall: an oversized orchestra, seven vocal soloists, a mixed chorus, and two piano soloists.

From 'Candide' to 'Shine': Maureen Brennan on her Upcoming Cabaret Performance

From 'Candide' to 'Shine': Maureen Brennan on her Upcoming Cabaret Performance

By John Amodeo | Sep 23
Just out of college, soprano Maureen Brennan landed the coveted role of Cunegonde in the 1974 Broadway revival. In this interview, she looks back at her career as she prepares for her Oct. 15 cabaret show at Boston's Club Café.

 Review :: Philip Glass Performs Spectacular 'Koyaanisqatsi Live'

Review :: Philip Glass Performs Spectacular 'Koyaanisqatsi Live'

By Robert Nesti | Sep 23
Philip Glass & the Philip Glass Ensemble accompanied a screening of 'Koyaanisqatsi' in Boston on Friday night. To hear his score live while watching the film was an event to cherish.

 Review :: At a Sold-Out Fenway Park, Billy Joel Raids his Bucket List

Review :: At a Sold-Out Fenway Park, Billy Joel Raids his Bucket List

By Christopher Ehlers | Sep 20
"If I thought I'd be doing this job at 70 years old, and you're still coming to see me," joked Billy Joel on the stage at Fenway Park this past weekend.

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