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2016/01/29 at 6:30pm

This Is The Hot New Hispanic Girl Band You Need To Know About!

01.29.2016 | By |

Hinds is a four girl rock band from Spain who love to sing Bob Dylan songs in English. Carlotta Cosials, Ana Perrote, Ade Martin and Amber Grimbergen were formed in 2011 already having an album and two singles under their belt. They began strumming and singing Dylan tunes at the beach never really taking serious the idea of creating a band. Now after an album and two singles under their belt, they’re making a serious name for themselves and are currently touring in Europe and coming to the US in March. Read More

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2015/10/15 at 6:36pm

The ‘Back To The Future’ Concert Comes To Radio City Music Hall

10.15.2015 | By |

Can you believe it has been 30 years since Robert Zemeckis’ time travel movie, Back to the Future, was released in theaters? Now, in celebration, event producers are doing a series of ‘Back To The Future Concerts’ with a live orchestra to commemorate the moment. It now comes to Radio City Music Hall this October 15 and 16 for its only New York-area performances this year. Read More

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2015/10/02 at 10:24am

Will Smith Musically Unretires With Single ‘Fiesta’ From Colombia’s ‘Bomba Estéreo’

10.2.2015 | By |

Incredible news coming out of Colombia this week. Not only does Colombia and the FARC come to some sort of peace agreement, but J Balvin kicks off #VivaToday performing on the TODAY show on October 6th and now this – Will Smith comes out of music retirement, after 10 years of not recording anything since Switch, to collaborate with Colombian band Bomba Estéreo on a remix of ‘Fiesta‘! Read More

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2015/07/21 at 2:10pm

Reggaeton Star J Balvin Premieres New “Ginza” Music Video

07.21.2015 | By |

With well over 1.2 Billion YouTube views already, the Colombian Latin Urban/Reggaeton star, J Balvin, debuts his highly anticipated music video to his single “Ginza“. The video, a highly stylized production rare for the reggaeton industry, possesses an urban-asian theme that’s infectious, sleek and sexy. Balvin says, “With Ginza, I wanted to go beyond my comfort zone, take a risk and bring a new sound to my music. I want to continually explore new and original ideas for Latin music…. Cowards rarely make history”. 
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Jack Rico

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2015/06/25 at 3:42pm

Exclusive: Singer J Balvin Explains Why He Bowed Out Of Miss USA Pageant

06.25.2015 | By |

*Note: This audio interview is in Spanish
On the Enrique Santos Radio Show in Miami’s Mix 98.3FM, Colombian reaggaton star J Balvin spoke exclusively to Enrique Santos via phone on the exact  reasons of why he decided not to perform on the Miss USA Pageant, owned by Donald Trump. Listen to his official statement.  Read More

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2015/06/24 at 6:20pm

Mary J. Blige & T-Pain Perform In NYC Budweiser Concert

06.24.2015 | By |

This past weekend the renowned beer company Budweiser had their “Made In America” summer concert series kick off in New York City. The concert was presented in two different locations – Liberty Island and Governor’s Island . The opening acts of up-and-coming Indie pop sensation “Misterwives,” the electronic music duo “Big Gigantic” and the world renowned “T-Pain” would perform in specially prepared sector of Governor’s Island. While the headliner of the night Mary J. Blige would perform live from Liberty Island. But if you were in Governor’s Island and wanted to see Mary J. Blige, there was no need to jump in the ferry as Budweiser prepared a hologram production of her performance to be played live in Governor’s Island. Read More

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2015/06/17 at 10:20am

How ‘Walk Off The Earth’ Went From YouTube To Columbia Records

06.17.2015 | By |

The viral music sensation Walk Off The Earth, known for doing amazing covers of popular songs on YouTube, including the smash cover hit with “Somebody That I Used To Know” from Gotye, has signed a record deal with Columbia Records and have a new album currently out this week called – Sing it all Away. ShowBizCafe.com spoke to band member Marshall about adjusting to the big time, why music videos are more important than ever and why performing on Saturday Night Live would be a dream come true. Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/03/30 at 7:51pm

Jay-Z’s New TIDAL Promo Is Mindblowing

03.30.2015 | By |

This story is how legends begin. There was a supposed rumor that came out around February of this year that Jay-Z gathered 20 of the greatest music artists of our time in one room to discuss the birth of a new product that will revolutionize the entire music industry. The music streaming service, TIDAL, is most likely what it is and the video above proves that rumors sometimes are true. Ready to get your mind blown…?

 

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2015/01/31 at 3:13pm

Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of (Movie Review)

01.31.2015 | By |

The “1-4-0″: Pure catharsis. That’s the best way I can describe the #BSBTheMovie documentary. It is a visceral journey unlike any celebrity would dare share.  Read More

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2014/12/07 at 4:46pm

The 5 Best New Christmas Songs Since Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’

12.7.2014 | By |

Every Christmas holiday that comes and goes, we always hear the usual classic standards of the genre on the radio and malls such as White Christmas from Bing Crosby, Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee and Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms, amongst others. But Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is You ushered in a changing of the guard for Christmas music, making it possible to listen something else than the classics. Regrettably, her 1994 global hit phenomenon was it. No other producer, lyricist or singer could even come close to her and her holiday success. But 20 years later, the music industry has amassed a repertoire of holiday songs that could become classics in their own right and even rival Mariah Carey Christmas fiefdom.  Read More

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