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Some Enchanted Evening

By Philip Campbell | Oct 4
The Opening Gala of the San Francisco Symphony's 104th season has left some pleasant memories, a few unanswered questions, and perhaps most importantly, a confirmation of Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas as party host par excellence.

The Dating App/Cazwell Crossover

By Jim Gladstone | Oct 4
Sean Howell, a polymathic Phileas Fogg of the internet age, travels the world advocating for LGBT rights and net neutrality while promoting his business, the gay social app, Hornet.

Music Review: Janet Jackson, Don't You Ever Leave Us Again

By Mesfin Fekadu | Oct 3
Janet Jackson, "Unbreakable" (BMG/Rhythm Nation Records)

Sam Smith's 007 Theme Is First Bond Song to Top UK Charts

Oct 3
Sam Smith's 007 theme has gone straight to No. 1 - the first James Bond song to top the U.K. singles chart.

Well-Strung :: The 'POPssical' Quartet Returns to Feinstein's

By Jim Provenzano | Oct 3
The quartet chats with the press, having just returned from Italy, where they performed at The Vatican, of all places.

Will McMillan & Steve Sweeting Find Their Sweet Spot with New CD

By John Amodeo | Sep 30
Both Steve Sweeting & Will McMillan are men of many talents, which they both put to good use on their latest collaboration -- "Blame Those Gershwins." EDGE spoke to the talented pair about their chemistry, their process & their art.

Carly Rae Jepsen Hits the Road for a Fall Tour

By EDGE | Sep 29
Multi-platinum, GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen will hit the road for a fall headlining tour in support of her critically acclaimed new album "E·MO·TION."

Raphael Releases 'Superstar'

By EDGE | Sep 29
Raphael presents a unique sound all his own in "Superstar," the first single from his upcoming album, "The Dark of My Mind."

Charles Perry to Release 'The Soul Superhero'

By EDGE | Sep 29
Charles Perry (Verve), the self-described "Soul Superhero" is, according to Verve Music Group Chairman and 16x Grammy Award-winning producer David Foster, "exactly what you dream of when you find an artist. His EP remains constantly his own sound.

Anita Gillette Finds New Possibilities in Cabaret

By Kevin Scott Hall | Sep 27
Anita Gillette came to NYC in the late '50s to get performing out of her system and never left. Next week she headlines her cabaret act at Birdland.

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