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For at least a day, all the world is ‘Margaritaville’ in homage to Jimmy Buffett

Buffett’s eponymous hit song has long been the anthem of Florida’s Key West.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour concert film coming to movie theaters in October

the concert film “Taylor Swift - The Eras Tour” will open in North American theaters Oct. 13.

Maluma has a new alter ego. Meet Don Juan, also the title of the Colombian superstar’s new album

The wait is over. On Friday, Maluma will release his highly anticipated album, “Don Juan.”

Carlos Vives and Juanes combine forces for ‘Las Mujeres,’ linking 3 generations to Colombian classic

Colombian superstars Carlos Vives and Juanes have officially collaborated for the first time.

How hip-hop went from being shunned by big business to multimillion-dollar collabs

The music genre germinated 50 years ago as an escape from the poverty and violence of New York City’s most distressed borough, the Bronx, where few wanted to invest in its businesses or its people.

Tony Bennett left his heart to generations of music fans

Bennett transcended generations in a way few musicians have.

Allegra Miles celebrates women with new song

“Girl” is an indie-pop LGBTQ+ anthem that celebrates women loving women.

Country Bay Music Festival brings biggest Country Music acts to Miami

Star-Studded lineup will take the festival stage in November.

Snoop Dogg, Gloria Estefan, Sade make it to Songwriters Hall

The seven songwriters from the class of 2023 will be inducted at a gala on June 15.


Florida auto shop owner and angry customer shot each other to death

Both men later died at a hospital. The shooting brought dozens of police officers to the scene.

Brightline high-speed train headed to Orlando fatally strikes pedestrian

Overall, it was Brightline’s 99th death since it began operations six years ago.

Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘Autumn Variations’ is a beautifully honest exploration of adult despondency

Inspiration came from an unusual place: composer Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations.”

Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, an advocate for liberal priorities, dies at age 90

Feinstein died on Thursday night at her home in Washington, D.C., her office confirmed on Friday.