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Composer Eric Nathan: His Journey from Tanglewood to Symphony Hall

Composer Eric Nathan: His Journey from Tanglewood to Symphony Hall

By Robert Nesti | Sep 19
This weekend the Boston Symphony Orchestra premieres a new commission by composer Eric Nathan. EDGE spoke to Nathan about his "Concerto for Orchestra" and his personal history with the orchestra.

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 18
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.

Rocker Ric Ocasek, Frontman of The Cars, Dead at 75

Rocker Ric Ocasek, Frontman of The Cars, Dead at 75

By Tom Hays and Andrew Dalton | Sep 16
Ric Ocasek, The Cars frontman whose deadpan vocal delivery and lanky, sunglassed look defined a rock era with chart-topping hits like "Just What I Needed," was discovered dead Sunday afternoon in his Manhattan apartment.

'SNL' Adds 3 New Cast Members, Including Gay Asian American Comic

'SNL' Adds 3 New Cast Members, Including Gay Asian American Comic

Sep 12
It was reported Thursday that "Saturday Night Live" will be getting three new players for its upcoming 45th season, including openly gay comic Bowen Yang, who is the long-running show's only Asian American performer.

Underground Singer-Songwriter Daniel Johnston Dead at 58

Underground Singer-Songwriter Daniel Johnston Dead at 58

Sep 12
Daniel Johnston, a quirky folk singer-songwriter and visual artist whose offbeat career and struggles with mental illness brought him a cult following and inspired a documentary film, has died at age 58.

Listen: Charli XCX Enlists Troye Sivan for New Song '2099'

Listen: Charli XCX Enlists Troye Sivan for New Song '2099'

Sep 10
Charli XCX and Troye Sivan are teaming up again for the follow up to their track "1999" with the new banger "2099."

Pyer Moss Celebrates Black Culture with Fashion and Music

Pyer Moss Celebrates Black Culture with Fashion and Music

By Nekesa Mumbi Moody, Ragan Clark | Sep 10
"Sister," Pyer Moss' latest production for New York Fashion Week, was a brilliant, irreverent and joyous celebration of black culture.

Hilfiger Joins with Zendaya for Joyous 70s Harlem Party

Hilfiger Joins with Zendaya for Joyous 70s Harlem Party

By Gary Hamilton and Jocelyn Noveck | Sep 9
Tommy Hilfiger never shies away from spectacle when it comes to his runway shows, and his return to New York Fashion Week after several years was no exception.

Janelle Monae Rocked Ralph Lauren's Jazz Club of Yesteryear

Janelle Monae Rocked Ralph Lauren's Jazz Club of Yesteryear

By Leanne Italie | Sep 8
Janelle Monae brought down the house Saturday at Ralph Lauren's New York Fashion Week show, where "the house" was a jazzy nightclub of yesteryear that Lauren created inside a Wall Street building to debut his fall collection.

His Name is Michael Holbrook, but You Know Him as MIKA

His Name is Michael Holbrook, but You Know Him as MIKA

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 6
Playful yet provocative alt-pop sensation, MIKA, continues to fearlessly dive into dark waters penning deceptively danceable yet deft and nuanced new music with his fifth studio album, "My Name is Michael Holbrook," dropping this October.

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