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Robot Conducts Tenor Bocelli, Orchestra in Pisa

Robot Conducts Tenor Bocelli, Orchestra in Pisa

Sep 15
Tenor Andrea Bocelli has brought down the house at Pisa's Teatro Verdi by performing with an unusual conductor: A robot.

Kesha: My True Colors Shining Through

Kesha: My True Colors Shining Through

Sep 10
A message from Kesha to her LGBTQ fans.

San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Embarks on Lavender Pen Tour

San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Embarks on Lavender Pen Tour

Sep 6
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus will kick off its 40th season by embarking on the Lavender Pen Tour from October 7-15, 2017.

Kirstin :: Pentatonix, Going Solo

Kirstin :: Pentatonix, Going Solo

By Joel Martens | Sep 3
Pentatonix's Kirstin Moldonado stands out because of her intelligent musicianship and superb vocal prowess. Decidedly adult, absolutely alluring, her recent solo venture is filled with both emotional and musical maturity.

DJ Tracy Young Celebrates 25 Years in the DJ Booth

DJ Tracy Young Celebrates 25 Years in the DJ Booth

By Scott Holland | Sep 3
DJ Tracy Young celebrates 25 illustrious years behind the turntables this month. Her latest single, "Peace, Love, & Music," is already at #6 on the Billboard dance chart.

Many Paths to Love (or Whatever) :: Tom Goss on 'Click'

Many Paths to Love (or Whatever) :: Tom Goss on 'Click'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 1
Out singer-songwriter Tom Goss talks about his new interactive music video -- a catchy ditty with millions of possibilities for love, romance, or hooking up. You know, like life... only better!

Hello Levi! - Back Where He Belongs

Hello Levi! - Back Where He Belongs

By Shawn Schikora | Aug 25
While at a point in his life and career where he feels confident, Levi is nevertheless unafraid of questioning and taking risks, even if he admits he sometimes doesn't have all the answers.

Forbidden Soviet-Era Music on X-Ray Snapshots

Forbidden Soviet-Era Music on X-Ray Snapshots

By Alexander Zemlianichenko | Aug 25
An exhibition describing a unique chapter in the history of Soviet culture - bootleg music recordings made on used X-ray film - has opened in Moscow.

DJs We Love :: Kidd Madonny Lights Up the DJ Booth

DJs We Love :: Kidd Madonny Lights Up the DJ Booth

By Scott Holland | Aug 20
HotSpots Magazine sits down with CJ Kidd Madonny for this exclusive interview.

NASA, PBS Marking 40 Years Since Voyager Spacecraft Launches

NASA, PBS Marking 40 Years Since Voyager Spacecraft Launches

By Marcia Dunn | Aug 20
Forty years after blasting off, Earth's most distant ambassadors - the twin Voyager spacecraft - are carrying sounds and music of our planet ever deeper into the cosmos.

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