Music

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signs a bill establishing the Office of Nightlife at the House of Yes in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Right, Marky Ramone.

Opinion: New York City’s Office of Nightlife and the Night Mayor

New York City’s Office of Nightlife and the Night Mayor By José Francisco Ávila On March 8, 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Media and Entertainment Commissioner Julie Menin announced the results of the first-ever economic impact study of New […]

by · February 25, 2018 · Entertainment, Music, Op Ed, Opinion
2018 Element of Hip Hop Awards

Save-the-Date: 2018 Element of Hip Hop Awards

Hosted by Windows of Hip Hop and the Office of Bronx Borough President Rubén Diaz Jr.

by · January 21, 2018 · Bulletin Board, Entertainment, Music, News
The All-Stars of Hip Hop invade Atlantic City

The All-Stars of Hip Hop Invade Atlantic City

By Jason Gonzalez Frigid temperatures are expected to rise along the boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey as rap patrons anticipate the 8th annual All-Stars of Hip Hop concert. This marks the first major show to take place in the […]

Carnegie Hall Announces Faculty & European Tour Highlights for NYO Jazz

Carnegie Hall Announces Faculty & European Tour Highlights for NYO Jazz

CARNEGIE HALL ANNOUNCES FACULTY AND EUROPEAN TOUR HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE INAUGURAL YEAR OF NYO JAZZ, AN INTENSIVE SUMMER PROGRAM FOR YOUNG JAZZ INSTRUMENTALISTS, BEGINNING IN SUMMER 2018 NYO Jazz Faculty, Led by Sean Jones, Is Comprised of Some of Country’s […]

by · December 18, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Entertainment, Music
The Bronx Opera Announces it’s 51st Season

The Bronx Opera Announces it’s 51st Season

THE BRONX OPERA ANNOUNCES ITS 51st SEASON BxO follows up on their acclaimed 50th season with a pair of productions: Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio in January and Weber’s Der Freischütz in May 2018 BxO’s Board has also appointed Managing […]

by · December 13, 2017 · Bulletin Board, Entertainment, Music
The Vanishing Garifuna Songs By José Francisco Ávila

The Vanishing Garifuna Songs By José Francisco Ávila

The Vanishing Garifuna Songs By José Francisco Ávila Haga clic para leer en Español Over the past weeks, I’ve engaged some of my friends in discussions about Garifuna Songs. My argument is that after analyzing Garifuna Music for the past […]

by · November 28, 2017 · Entertainment, Music
Black Friday Was Lit at Queens College

Black Friday Was Lit at Queens College

By Jason Gonzalez  Without question, the musical genre of rhythm and blues was represented well last week. A star studded lineup consisting of Ginuwine, 112, and the Grammy award winning duo of K-Ci and JoJo (formerly of Jodeci), brought a […]

by · November 26, 2017 · Entertainment, Music, News
Art of Hip Hop Tour

The Art Of Rap Will Be On Display

By Jason Gonzalez Chances are if you’re fan of hip hop and are between ages 32 to 50 years old, you more than likely feel a sense of contempt towards the genre right now. New “Skool” rap is an acquired […]

Bronx Summer Concert Series: Los Hermanos Moreno Cynthia – August 27

Bronx Summer Concert Series: Los Hermanos Moreno Cynthia – August 27

Orchard Beach Concert Series, 8/20

TIPICA 73 on the main stage at Orchard Beach this Sunday, August 20.

Bronx Summer Concert Series

Bronx Summer Concert Series

Bronx Summer Concert Series at Orchard Beach, Main Stage, Section 9. 1-3:00PM. Come out today to enjoy salsa, merengue, bachata, freestyle and R&B.

Bronx Summer Concert Series at Orchard Beach

Bronx Summer Concert Series at Orchard Beach

Bronx Summer Concert Series at Orchard Beach, Sunday, July 9, Main Stage, Section 9, 1-3:00PM featuring Ismael Miranda and TKA.

Profile America: Dr. Peter Goldmark and the First LP

Wednesday, June 21 — One man’s devotion to classical music led to a major advance in the music recording industry. Dr. Peter Goldmark of CBS Labs was fed up with the frequent record disc flips and swaps required to play a […]

by · June 21, 2017 · Music, Profile America