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REVIEW: It's an unusual feeling, being a solo Kiwi surrounded by 13,000-odd Aussies singing John Farnham's You're The Voice far too passionately for the middle of the week.
Once a fortnight, we put forward the case to defend some of our favourite works of art or artists. This week, James Croot sticks up for the New Zealand-bound popstar Katy Perry.
âAretha Franklin, the undisputed "Queen of Soul" who sang with matchless style on such classics as Think, I Say a Little Prayer and her signature song, Respect, and stood as a cultural icon around the globe, has died at age 76 from advanced pancreatic cancer.
Lyttelton musician Fraser Ross has come a long way since he was ushered off stage at an open mic night.
Madonna will celebrate her 60th birthday on Thursday, following a long career of reinvention and controversy.
Kiwi concert goers who have fallen victim to Viagogo are relieved the Commerce Commission is taking the ticket reseller to court.
One question looms over the announcement that Toto will be co-headlining a summer concert series in New Zealand.
Katy Perry fever is rising around the country as its now less than a week until the pop star performs two concerts at Auckland's Spark Arena.
Katy Perry says she hopes the fact that Jacinda Ardern has had a baby while holding the position of Prime Minister will have "a ripple effect".
It was Valentine's Day 1967 when Aretha Franklin sat down at a piano in the Atlantic Records studio in New York and recorded Respect.