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'The Essential Diana Ross' at The Venetian Theatre

By EDGE | Jan 27
AEG Live and The Venetian Las Vegas announced a special nine-show engagement at The Venetian Theatre with world-renowned legend Diana Ross. "The Essential Diana Ross: Some Memories Never Fade" will perform April 1-18, 2015.

Acclaimed Lady Gaga Parody Return

By EDGE | Jan 27
Award-winning tribute artist Athena Reich returns to the stage as Lady Gaga in "#Artbirth" an outrageous evening of art, pop, and comedy. It will be presented February 13 & 27 at Laurie Beechman Theatre.

Ken Urban Reconciles Contradictions in 'A Future Perfect'

By Michael Cox | Jan 23
Ken Urban's latest play "A Future Perfect" is having its premiere production at the Speakeasy Stage Company. It promises to toe the line between two opposing forces: The spirit of an indy-rocker and the expectations of the "new normal."

Kylie Loves Giorgio :: Right Here, Right Now

By JC Alvarez | Jan 22
Disco's most legendary producer teams up with modern dance's biggest star! This is "Right Here, Right Now" from Giorgio Moroder and featuring Kylie Minogue.

Transmedia Artist Phoebe Legere Unleashes Her 'Gay'

By EDGE | Jan 21
Phoebe Legere, transmedia artist and LGBTQI activist, releases her "Gay" CD of original music that includes her legendary Gay National Anthem.

Dina Delicious Single 'Tick, Tick, Trick' Released on iTunes

By EDGE | Jan 20
Dina Delicious, the world's number one trans bombshell wants you to play her new song, just don't play her.

Murs' 'Never Been Better' in Soon to be Released Album

By EDGE | Jan 15
Internationally acclaimed British singer/songwriter Olly Murs' sophomore U.S. album, "Never Been Better," is set for release Tuesday, March 10 via Columbia Records and is available for pre-order now.

Living for Remixes: Madonna Releases Five Dance Mixes of 'Living for Love'

By EDGE | Jan 15
Listen to five dance remixes of Madonna's single "Living for Love" here.

Ripparachie's Rapping for a Gay Cause

By EDGE | Jan 14
Ripparachie's musical career has been a strenuous path due to coming out as a gay Hip Hop artist to prove that his sexuality does not have anything to do with his lyricist skills.

Using Jazz to Get Students Hooked on Music

Jan 13
A program called Let Freedom Swing aims to connect the dots between music and chapters of American history, like the Civil Rights Movement. Wynton Marsalis and his musicians figure if they grab kids by their ears, their hearts and minds will follow.

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