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Roddy Bottum’s MAN ON MAN single returns to YouTube after being wrongly removed for “sex a…
”It’s devaluing when we see Google monopolize on our Pride but do so little to actually enhance and protect the LGBTQIA+ digital experience,” MAN ON MAN write.
NYC implementing a curfew following protests
Governor Andrew Cuomo also said that police presence in NYC would be doubled.
Josef Bansuelo, former 7Seconds bassist, RIP
”Joe was in 7Seconds for a fairly short period but his presence, energy and musicianship impacted the band enormously,” former bandmate Kevin Seconds writes.
NJ’s first drive-in concert scheduled for July
Attendees will only be allowed to leave their cars to use the bathrooms, and must wear masks and maintain social distancing when they do.
Today’s livestreams (Metallica, Margo Price, Nick Lowe, more)
plus Brandi Carlile and more livestreams you can watch today since there are no live concerts to attend.
Today’s livestreams (Pet Shop Boys, The Rolling Stones, Courtney Marie Andrews, more)
plus Big Freedia, girl in red, guitar lessons with Laura Marling, and more livestreams you can watch today since there are no live concerts to attend.
Killer Mike gives an emotional speech: “I’m tired of seeing black men die”
”We don’t want to see Targets burning, we want to see the system that sets up for systemic racism burnt to the ground,” Killer Mike said on Friday.
Today’s livestreams (Led Zeppelin, Debbie Harry, Trey Anastasio, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, more…
plus Johanna Warren, Sad13, Blake Mills, Dean & Britta, Hiss Golden Messenger, Joan as Police Woman, Superorganism, and more livestreams you can watch today since there are no live concerts to attend.
watch The Tallest Man on Earth cover Nick Cave, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and more
After a few weeks away while he relocated from upstate New York to his native Sweden, The Tallest Man on Earth returned for his weekly livestream today.
SummerStage announces weekly digital series
With NYC still on ”pause amid the coronavirus pandemic, the City Parks Foundation won't be able to hold their annual SummerStage series of shows in parks throughout all five boroughs as usual, so instead, they've announced a new digital series.