3 09, 2018

In a Hometown Send-Off, Aretha Franklin Belongs to Everyone – NY Times

By |2018-09-03T23:53:38+00:00September 3rd, 2018|International, Music News, My House Radio, Pioneer, Spirituality|Comments Off on In a Hometown Send-Off, Aretha Franklin Belongs to Everyone – NY Times

  By Jon Pareles Sept 1st, 2018 DETROIT — Everybody wants a piece of Aretha Franklin’s artistic legacy. Church, state, activism, tradition, innovation and celebrity all vied for recognition in back-to-back marathon homages to the universally admired “Queen of Soul,” here in her longtime hometown.  Ms. Franklin belonged to the gospel church; she belonged to the pop public; [...]

3 07, 2018

Tech Elites Recreate Burning Man Inside Their Living Rooms

By |2018-07-26T16:21:51+00:00July 3rd, 2018|House, Music News, My House Radio, New York, Spirituality, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Tech Elites Recreate Burning Man Inside Their Living Rooms

Like a modern version of a medieval minstrel, a singer named Jess Magic is helping A-list entrepreneurs get in touch with their inner child in private “songversations.”   Jess Magic, far right, guides her spiritual disciples at Soul Salon. CreditZak Krevitt for The New York Times To Chad Mureta, a Silicon Valley app guru, the [...]

25 05, 2018

Sony to Buy Additional 60% Stake in EMI Music Publishing

By |2018-07-26T16:21:54+00:00May 25th, 2018|Music, My House Radio, New York, news, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Sony to Buy Additional 60% Stake in EMI Music Publishing

EMI Music Publishing owns or administers more than two million songs, ranging from contemporary artists like Drake to classics by Queen, Carole King, and the Motown catalog.CreditRichard Perry/The New York Times By Ben Sisario Seven years ago, Sony entered a complex deal with Abu Dhabi for control of the EMI Music Publishing catalog, a trove of [...]

14 05, 2018

How Nightclubs Became Museum Pieces (New York Times)

By |2018-07-26T16:21:55+00:00May 14th, 2018|Classics, Clubs - Nightlife, Entertaiment, House Music, My House Radio, New York|Comments Off on How Nightclubs Became Museum Pieces (New York Times)

By Anna Codrea-Rado May 3, 2018 WEIL AM RHEIN, Germany — In May 1985, the Palladium nightclub opened its doors to a Who’s Who of the New York art world. Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Larry Rivers were all there to check out the new club billed as a successor to Studio 54, the infamous nightspot that had [...]