Flack apparently became very dizzy as she was about to receive a lifetime achievement award from The Jazz Foundation of America.
In their zeal to protect Prince’s privacy, Carver County Attorney Mark Metz said some of the singer’s friends might have enabled him.
His death comes just days after he was nominated for a Billboard Music Award for top dance/electronic album for his EP “Avicii (01).”
The jukebox musical traces the first 18 months of Presley’s career, from his days as a teen-aged truck driver to his association with Col. Tom Parker.
“I travel all over the place, but for me, coming to Chicago gives me a sense of peace,” says the country singer.
The dissimilar artists — one British, one Jamaican — bond over a shared love of reggae on their satisfying collaborative album.
It’s a nuanced testimonial to a complex region, from a great American band that only seems to be getting better.
Flip through the hundreds of exclusive and limited-edition Record Store Day releases available at these Chicago stores Saturday.
Snapchat users’ remixes help make a hit of the rising star’s seductive single
Megan Mullally: “I was singing and involved in music long before I was acting. I never studied acting. Acting has always felt the most foreign to me.”
It wasn’t recorded in a single session but it’s fun to imagine it was because that’s how fresh and cohesive this magnificent album sounds and feels.
An autopsy found Prince died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 times more powerful than heroin.
Dianne Reeves, Maceo Parker, Kurt Elling among the headliners for the 40th annual music festival, which will run for 10 days.