A staff photographer was one of the first to publicly report the critical SXSW car crash that occurred Thursday morning outside of Mohawk music venue in Austin, TX.
Talking with SXSW Interactive director Hugh Forrest.
Twenty three injured, five in critical condition.
Marvin Hamlisch was such a singular sensation that at his unexpected death in 2012 at age 68, some Philadelphians couldn't quite believe he was no longer a candidate to take over the Philly Pops. No surprise, then, that the songwriter/film composer/conductor is the subject of an evening-long tribute by the Philly Pops Friday through Sunday at the Kimmel Center.
The volume turned up Tuesday as the raucous SXSW Music Festival took the baton from the geeky Interactive conference, and thousands of rock and rap fans poured into Austin.
What started as a peculiar Google search result turned into a story worth chasing.
Odd Future’s goofball frontman is embarking on a U.S. tour very soon.
Let the musical madness begin.
Talking with Oscar winning writer John Ridley.
When Robin Thicke hit the summer of 2013 with his sexy smash "Blurred Lines," the world turned on to the blue-eyed-soul-boy shtick he'd been working since the early 2000s. As songwriter for R&B queens (Mya, Brandy) and as a burgeoning solo artist, Alan Thicke's kid has proved he has the goods. His songs have an aching sensuality, and his voice is commanding yet subtle, topped with a creamy falsetto. The buying public just needed to catch up.