Randy Houser has a lot to celebrate. Not only did he release his new record this week, How Country Feels, but his current single (the title track) is the No. 1 song in country radio.
It’s been an exciting time for country star Randy Houser. He’s just finished a big tour, got married, had a son and currently has the number one single on the country charts with his new song “How Country Feels.”
Israeli artist, Idan Raichel, uses his music to break down barriers — not only in his own country, but on the global scene.
Sarah Charness is ready to break out in a big way. The electric violinist is building a reputation – and following – for her unique sound.
In addition to visiting the tree at Rockefeller Center and watching the Rockettes kick, you might want to check out these decidedly more offbeat ways to celebrate the holidays in New York City. By Jessica […]
Ms. Roberta Flack is a Grammy-award winning singer, songwriter and musician — and she has entertained us for more than three decades.
Even Scrooge has a favorite holiday tune. And at the five can’t-miss holiday concerts that follow, you’re bound to hear a verse, interlude, or chorus that fills you with the spirit of the season.
He’s one of the hottest names in international music right now, and he hit The Couch to talk about his first US album, ‘After The Thunder.’
TV 10-55’s Carolina Bermudez recently caught up with McBride to talk about her “Joy of Christmas” tour, her breast cancer awareness efforts and more.
One man’s way of coping with the economic situation is music to a lot of people’s ears. Struggling actor Dotan Negrin turned to ticking the ivories to make a living.
The arena’s first reggae concert, Sounds of Reggae, will be staring Mister Lover, Lover himself: Shaggy. Also performing will be reggae stars Maxi Priest and UB40. Mr. Boombastic joined us on The Couch to discuss the upcoming show.
Of course, we couldn’t let him leave without asking him to perform his breakout hit “Lover, Lover” from his 2010 debut album.
Lead singer Gwen Stefani has reunited with her three bandmates and this week they will release their first album in seven years.
Free and cheap concerts abound in New York City during the summertime. Now that we’re well into September, here are a few venues that consistently provide four walls, booze, and great concerts where tickets are almost always under ten bucks.
TV 10-55’s Ann Mercogliano got a firsthand look at what happened when a country star paid a special visit to one city school.