The sold out concert “Healing in the Heartland” was held at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Arena and was broadcast on the U.S. network NBC.
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Beyonce announced a special charity concert in Londonon June 1 in aid of Chime for Change, a new foundation aimed at empowering women around the world, which the singer co-founded with Salma Hayekand Frida Giannini.
Tickets for the event go on sale from Wednesday (March 27), with proceeds benefitting the foundation’s various projects, which aim to help women and young girls realize their full potential and bring about change in society.
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The famous boy band member, Harry Styles was left in terrible pain during Glasgow’s concert, after a fan threw a shoe onto the stage, catching the singer in the crotch.
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‘Cruel Summer’ rapper was definitely full of emotions when he assured fans at his Saturday night concert that he wasn’t “crazy” or “deranged” in an on-stage rant.It looked like he had a lot to get off his chest!
McCartney stepped into the late singer’s shoes with full enthusiasm during the Concert for the sandy relief disaster at Madison Square Garden. Joining Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, the remaining members of 1990′s band Nirvana, the Beatle performed on lead guitar.
Singer Chris Brown has backed out of his concert in Guyana, South America, following local protests by women’s rights groupsagainst his physical assault on ex-girlfriend, Rihanna. The concert was scheduled for December 26th.
Those are the opening words of Matisyahu’s hit song, “One Day” and last week on February 16th 2012 the song morphed with a whole new meaning. With the help of Chai Lifeline Luke Weber, a young boy battling with Cancer got the opportunity to share the stage with music superstar Matisyahu live at The Tarrytown Music Hall in Westchester, New York.
The Game is one rapper you don’t wanna mess with. Especially when it’s the middle of HIS concert.
That’s what an idiotic fan found out after they threw a bottle on stage towards the G-Unit phenom last nigh.
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The Sound Central festival showcased local Afghan bands alongside fellow musicians from Iran, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and even Australia, offering a welcome distraction for music-hungry young people in a country that has been in the throes of violence.
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