Entertainment :: Music Features
After ten years of moderate success, Dragonette’s popularity finally skyrocketed. EDGE spoke with the band’s lead singer Martina Sorbara about their growing fame, their new CD and tour.
If you’re going to hang a shingle outside a nightclub entrance, there is unlikely any better name to put on it than "Feinstein’s." As in Michael Feinstein, the singer, pianist, musicologist, and champion of the Great American Songbook.
DTD presents calming collections of hits by English singers Sarah Brightman and Jessie Ware, and slightly more upbeat hits by crooners Joshua Radin and Michael Bublé. Also enjoy a banging assortment of R&B by Fantasia.
DJ Manuel de Diego is the latest dance floor discovery by Masterbeat and the resident DJ of WE Party. Inspired by every genre of music and a passionate maestro to any crowd, the DJ/producer/remixer is a unique voice in the blur of DJ culture.
Last Saturday night we went to hear performing artist Laurie Anderson and the Kronos Quartet give the West Coast premiere of Landfall at the Bing Concert Hall at Stanford University.
The San Francisco premiere of Allen Ginsberg’s Kaddish for Naomi Ginsberg (1894-1956) came alive for music and poetry fans in a multimedia performance at the new SFJazz Center on April 18.
Colton Ford may have spent ten months in the adult film industry, but he has been performing music for decades.
Martha Wash has the big voice behind any number of gay anthems. ("It’s Raining Men," anyone?) But with her new CD the dance diva strikes out in a new direction. EDGE spoke to the music legend as her career enters a new phase.
DAFT PUNK has set a record on Spotify.
Rufus Wainwright returns to Philly with Prima! Judy! Rufus! at the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. The singer recreates the Judy Garland’s legendary 1961 Carnegie Hall shows, which fits into the festival ’time-travel meme.