The 27-year-old singer, known for hits like "Whiskey Glasses" and “Chasin' You,” was arrested after being kicked out of Kid Rock’s bar in downtown Nashville, Tenn. After the incident, Wallen took to Twitter to apologize for his behavior and to seemingly show that things are all good between him and Kid Rock. … [Read more...] about Country singer Morgan Wallen apologizes after arrest outside Kid Rock’s Nashville bar
Seeger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 as an early influence. Ten years later, Bruce Springsteen honored him with "We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions," a rollicking reinterpretation of songs sung by Seeger. While pleased with the album, Seeger said he wished it was "more serious." A 2009 concert at Madison Square Garden to mark Seeger's 90th birthday featured Springsteen, Dave Matthews, Eddie Vedder and Emmylou Harris among the performers. … [Read more...] about Folk singer, activist Pete Seeger dies at 94
“This is not a post I ever thought that I would write, but now I feel like I really need to,” Steingard wrote, explaining the loss of faith didn't happen overnight and it came with questions about God, the Bible, and his upbringing in a Christian home. … [Read more...] about Christian singer makes shocking announcement: ‘I no longer believe in God’
While this time has proven that workers can be productive from home, said Andrew Hargadon, professor of technology management at the University of California at Davis, there's still value in being together in person, he said. Those accidental interactions in elevators and cafeterias or when grabbing coffee can still spark ideas. … [Read more...] about Big Tech was first to send workers home. Now it’s in no rush to bring them back.
“We stand here today because of their gift and what they did. That’s how I see it so playing my trumpet on the steps of a church from my heart — it’s the most beautiful thing I thought I could do for them,” said Cliff Kelley who lives in Bloomfield. … [Read more...] about ‘It’s Only 24 Notes, But It Says It All’: People Across The Nation Play ‘Taps’ To Honor Those Who’ve Sacrificed Their Lives