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Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon Is Pushing His Personal Brand As a DJ

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When we say climate heroes, the usual suspects — think Greta Thunberg and Al Gore — come to mind. While they’re certainly doing notable work, we wanted to shift attention to others who are making important contributions to tackling the climate crisis, associate editor Lily Katzman writes. 

That’s where Insider’s Climate Action 30 comes into play.

Our inaugural list of 30 top global leaders features activists, influencers, scientists, execs, entrepreneurs, and public-sector and nonprofit leaders, among others, who are working to address the climate crisis. Here’s what the project includes:

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While we won’t spoil it all, finalists include government leaders like Francia Márquez, the first Black vice president of Colombia; entrepreneurs like Jan Wurzbacher, who founded a company that removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and stores it in the ground; and activists like Autumn Peltier, who advocates for clean drinking water in Indigenous communities. 

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Goldman Sachs insiders fume about CEO’s personal brand

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David Solomon, aka DJ D-Sol.

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David Solomon, Goldman Sachs’ CEO, moonlights as an electronic-music DJ, playing high-profile gigs like the Lollapalooza music festival and Tomorrowland, a Belgian music festival. 

Solomon has been working on the side hustle for years. But some insiders are baffled by the amount of time and attention he’s committed to his hobby and his use of private jets to promote his DJ work. Some say they’re worried Solomon is putting his own interests ahead of the firm’s.

Here’s what else insiders told us. 

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An economic nightmare could be looming

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Wall Street can’t shake a nightmare about the US economy. 

Some of the market’s biggest investors are worried there will be no hard or soft landing for the economy. Instead, we’ll just get stuck: Inflation comes down a bit from its scalding-hot level, but stays persistently higher; the Federal Reserve keeps hiking interest rates, but can’t get a handle on prices. And Americans will end up with uncomfortably high interest rates, higher unemployment, and higher prices.

What happens if our economy gets stuck.

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Beware: That’s not a real job opening

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Employers are posting ghost jobs, never to be filled.

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In today’s remarkably tight labor market, a new trend is puzzling applicants: While many employers can’t find enough workers, some qualified candidates are applying to open jobs and aren’t hearing anything back.

The phenomenon is raising questions about whether a company’s job postings are reflective of actual open positions, or if they’re “ghost jobs” — listings that employers are no longer actively hiring or recruiting for. 

Everything to know about “ghost jobs.”


Amazon is trying to fix its crumbling engineering culture

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Following developers’ complaints about a slowing engineering culture, Amazon has created a new team called “Amazon Software Builder Experience,” leaked documents show. 

Amazon formed the group earlier this year with the goal of turning the internet giant into “Earth’s best employer for software builders.” Since launching, ASBX has grown to more than 400 employees, working on code automation, improved developer tools, and enhanced tutorials and safety infrastructure.

Inside the Amazon Software Builder Experience group. 

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Nancy Pelosi booed during surprise appearance at NYC music festival, videos appear to show

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Attendees of a music festival in New York City Saturday night appeared to boo House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after she made a surprise appearance at the event.

Pelosi, wearing a white pantsuit with a matching scarf, took to the stage of NYC’s Global Citizen music festival where she was booed by those in the audience, videos on social media appear to show.

After being introduced to the stage by Priyanka Chopra Jonas, an actress who is married to Nick Jonas, Pelosi briefly spoke about carbon pollution and climate change.

NYC MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO BOOED AT GLOBAL CITIZEN LIVE CONCERT

“As speaker of the house, I am here to thank you for your dazzling advocacy, entrepreneurial thinking, and determination as global citizens,” she told the crowd, according to the New York Post.

“It’s thanks to your help that the United States recently enacted historic climate legislation, which will be a game changer,” she added, being drowned out by the crowd. “It will slash carbon pollution by 40% by 2030, it will give a historic, an historic $370 billion to fight the climate crisis.”

CLIMATE CHANGE ‘DEADLINE’ CROSSES OMINOUS THRESHOLD AS ACTIVISTS WARN WORLD IS NEARLY OUT OF TIME

The California representative can also be heard calling for “better water and air for our children” and “better-paying jobs and lower energy bills for their parents.”

The crowd continued to react loudly to her comments.

Pelosi can also be heard mentioning her grandsons Paul and Thomas were in the audience.

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The Jonas Brothers perform during the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park in New York on September 24, 2022. 

The Jonas Brothers perform during the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park in New York on September 24, 2022. 
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Other people can be heard cheering Pelosi and applauding.

Mariah Carey, Metallica, The Jonas Brothers and Usher performed at the festival.

President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen also spoke at the Central Park event.


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Dorothy, Blackberry Smoke and more coming up

Dorothy and Dirty Honey are ready to show Fort Smith that “rock ‘n’ roll is alive and well and thriving.” With her brooding, bluesy brand of rock, Dorothy has racked up more than 68 million streams of her hit, “Raise Hell,” and is coming off a tour for her third album, “Gifts from the Holy Ghost.” Detroit rockers Mac Saturn start the show at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Temple Live.

Tickets start at $27.50 and are available through fortsmith.templelive.com.

Blackberry Smoke

Blackberry Smoke with special guest The Comancheros will close out the 2022 season at Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater in Lampe, Mo. The southern rock band has released six full-length albums in the last 20 years and even had appearances on “The Tonight Show,”https://music.einnews.com/article/592698612/”The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,”https://music.einnews.com/article/592698612/”Conan O’Brien,”https://music.einnews.com/article/592698612/”Live with Jools Holland” and “Last Call with Carson Daly. They’ll share their hits “Live It Down,”https://music.einnews.com/article/592698612/”Hey Delilah,”https://music.einnews.com/article/592698612/”Old Enough to Know” and “Lonesome for a Livin’.”

Tickets start at $30 for the show at 1728 Missouri H in Lampe. More information at blackoakamp.com.

BENTONVILLE

• Lyle Lovett & John Hiatt play at 8 p.m. Oct. 8 (Momentary Green, $20-$84) at The Momentary, 507 S.E. E St., themomentary.org.

• Modeling opens for Bantug at 7 p.m. Sept. 29 ($15) for a show at the Petrick Home, 12770 Gooseberry Road in Bentonville. citysessions.org.

EUREKA SPRINGS

• Dominic Bryan Roy plays at 7 p.m. Sept. 30; and a Pajama Drag Brunch starts at noon Oct. 1 at Wanderoo Lodge & Bar, 216 W. Van Buren. 363-6755; facebook.com/wanderoolodge.

• People Helping People hosts a “Tips for Transformation” series from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Thursdays in September with Qi Gong and Tai Chi with Jason Salgado on Sept. 29 at Gotahold Brewing, 409 W. Van Buren. peoplehelping.org.

FAYETTEVILLE

• Happy hour with the Cate Brothers starts at 6 p.m. Sept. 30 ($10) followed by Boom Kinetic at 9:30 p.m. ($15); Pat Green with Ozark Riviera starts at 9 p.m. Oct. 1 ($28-$30); Eyehategod with Savage Master, Deadbird and Mud Lung starts at 7:30 p.m Oct. 2 ($15 and up); Randall King with Tyler Halverson starts at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 6 ($20); Happy Hour with Earl & Them starts at 5 p.m. Oct. 7 ($8); Tanner Usrey with Palmer Anthony starts at 9:30 p.m. Oct. 7 ($15) Madison Cunningham with Bendigo Fletcher starts at 8 p.m. Oct. 8 ($22 and up); Pony Bradshaw plays at 8 p.m. Oct. 9 ($12 and up); Titus Andronicus plays at 7 p.m. Oct. 12 ($20 and up) at George’s Majestic Lounge, 519 W. Dickson St. Fayetteville. georgesmajesticlounge.com/shows.

• Kayln Fay performs at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 30 ($12 adult with one free child ticket) for the Music on the Mountain Series at Mount Sequoyah, 150 Skyline Drive. mountsequoyah.org/event-directory

• Patrick Sweany plays at 7 p.m. Sept. 29 ($20 and up); Mary Gauthier plays at 7 p.m. Oct. 14 ($30 and up); Dar Williams plays at 7 p.m. Nov. 6 ($30 and up); jams return in October at Roots HQ, 1 E. Mountain St. fayettevilleroots.org.

• Justin Moore plays at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 30 ($35); Hippie Sabotage plays at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 ($32.50); Old Crow Medicine Show plays at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8; Wallows performs at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 ($29.50); Goose plays at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13; Yung Gravy performs at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 (sold out); Cooper Alan plays at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21 ($20 and up); Peco’s & the Rooftops perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 ($25 and up); Gov’t Mule performs at 7 p.m. Oct. 23 ($35 and up); Highly Suspect plays at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 24 ($27.50 and up); Gogol Bordello performs at 7 p.m. Oct. 25 ($30 and up) at JJ’s Live, 3615 N. Steele Blvd. jjslive.com.

• The Robert Cray Band performs at 7 p.m. Sept. 27 ($29 and up); The Texas Gentlemen perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 ($36) at the Walton Arts Center, 495 W. Dickson St. waltonartscenter.org.

• JerGriffin plays at 7 p.m. Sept. 29; An Americana Songwriter’s Journey with Sean Harrison starts at 8 p.m. Sept. 30; Peter Rexford plays at 8 p.m. Oct. 1; Risko and Friends play at 6 p.m. Oct. 6; Mike Bewley plays at 7 p.m. Oct. 8; Latin Dance Night starts at 6 p.m. Oct. 9 at Six-Twelve Coffeehouse & Bar, 3980 W. Wedington Drive. facebook.com/sixtwelvecoffeehouseandbar.

• Randall Shreve plays at 8 p.m. Sept. 29; Jenna and the Soul Shakers play at 4 p.m. Oct. 2; Chucky Waggs & the Company of Raggs plays at 9 p.m. Oct. 7; Doctor Junior plays at 8 p.m. Oct. 14; Patti Steel Band plays an album release show at 9 p.m. Oct. 28 at Kingfish, 262 N. School Ave. www.facebook.com/kingfishbar

FORT SMITH

• Dirty Honey, Dorothy and Mac Saturn play at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2 ($27.50 and up); Logan Mize plays 7 p.m. Oct. 7 ($20 and up); The Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular starts at 7 p.m. Oct. 9 ($22.50 and up; Teddy Swims plays at 7 p.m. Oct. 11 ($39.50); Larry Fleet plays at 8 p.m. Oct. 13 ($25-$39); Preacher Lawson performs at 7 p.m. Oct. 14; Jackyl plays at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 ($29-$49) at TempleLive, 200 N. 11th St. 222-6186; fortsmith.templelive.com.

• Them Dirty Roses and Goodbye June start at 8 p.m. Sept. 29 ($20 and up); Jacob Stelly plays at 8 p.m. Oct. 8 ($10 and up); Kameron Marlowe plays at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 ($15 and up) at Majestic Fort Smith, 817 Garrison Ave. majesticfortsmith.com.

• Rocky Horror Pickin Show starts at 8 p.m. Sept. 30; Hell on the Border with Second Life, Ghost Hollow, Stress Dream, Obliviate, Held Tight and Losing Game starts at 8 p.m. Oct. 1 at Hero’s, 1002 Garrison Ave. facebook.com/DiveInHeros

LOWELL

• Dennis Regan takes the stage at 6 p.m. Sept. 30 and Oct. 1; Steward Huff performs at 6 p.m Oct. 14 and 6 & 8:45 p.m. Oct. 15; Paul Varghese performs at 6 p.m. Oct. 21 & 22; Chris Cope takes the stage at 6 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29; Kevin Nealon and Bruce Barth perform in December at The Grove Comedy Club, 808 S. Bloomington St. grovecomedy.com.

ROGERS

• Koe Wetzel, Aaron Lewis and Kolby Cooper perform Sept. 30 ($40 and up); The Chicks and Patty Griffin play at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4 ($39 and up); Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, The HU and Fire from the Gods start at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 12 ($35 and up); The Black Keys, Band of Horses and The Velveteers perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 ($59.50 and up) at the Walmart AMP, 5079 W. Northgate Road. waltonartscenter.org/AMP.

• La Sonora Dynamita De Carlitos Xivir plays at 8 p.m. Sept. 30 (general admission free, tables $20) for the Railyard Live Concert Series at Butterfield Stage, 101 E. Cherry St. railyardlive.com/live-events.

SPRINGDALE

• The Mountain Gypsies perform at 6 p.m. Sept. 28 at Core Brewery Taproom, 2470 N. Lowell Road, coreofarkansas.com.

• Dylan Scott and Liz Greenwood tell jokes at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Black Apple Hard Cider, 321 E. Emma Ave., facebook.com/NaturalStateComedy.

• The Mixtape Music series with Earl Hazard + Sewlo play at 7 p.m. Oct. 19; and Victor Charlie & Vraii + 64velour at 7 p.m. Nov. 30 at 214 By CACHE, 214 S. Main St. cachecreate.org.

WEST SILOAM SPRINGS

• The Repo’d Trailers play at 8 p.m. Sept. 29; and FM Live happens at 9 p.m Sept. 30 at Seven in Cherokee Casino, 2416 U.S. 412. cherokeecasino.com/west-siloam-springs/entertainment.

Send info about your upcoming concerts and events to Monica Hooper, music editor, at [email protected]

  photo  Southern rockers Blackberry Smoke will close out the season at Southwest Missouri’s Black Oak Amphitheater at 7 p.m. Oct. 1. (Courtesy Photo)
 
 

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Chloe Bailey draws attention in blue rhinestone bodysuit and fishnets at iHeartRadio Music Festival

Chloe Bailey left little to the imagination while leading a number of other star performers at the iHeartRadio Music Festival’s second day in Las Vegas on Saturday.

The 24-year-old singer-songwriter stunned in a sexy blue bodysuit covered in rhinestones that sparkled in the sunlight as she dominated the stage.

The bodysuit showcased her enviably trim waistline and curvaceous legs. 

Wow! Chloe Bailey left little to the imagination while leading a number of other star performers at the iHeartRadio Music Festival's second day in Las Vegas on Saturday

Wow! Chloe Bailey left little to the imagination while leading a number of other star performers at the iHeartRadio Music Festival’s second day in Las Vegas on Saturday 

Her busty look was styled with nude fishnet tights.

Her auburn-toned hair was worn in dreadlocks that were styled in a high ponytail that whipped around as she performed.

The Atlanta native got very close to Trevor Dahl of the music group Cheat Codes during the sizzling performance. 

Their faces were just inches apart as they sang loud for the roaring crowd. 

Dazzling: The 24-year-old singer-songwriter stunned in a sexy blue bodysuit covered in rhinestones that sparkled in the sunlight as she dominated the stage

Dazzling: The 24-year-old singer-songwriter stunned in a sexy blue bodysuit covered in rhinestones that sparkled in the sunlight as she dominated the stage 

Curvy: The bodysuit showcased her enviably trim waistline and curvaceous legs

Sexy touch: Her busty look was styled with nude fishnet tights

Curvy: The bodysuit showcased her enviably trim waistline and curvaceous legs 

Her auburn-toned hair was worn in dreadlocks that were styled in a high ponytail that whipped around as she performed

Her auburn-toned hair was worn in dreadlocks that were styled in a high ponytail that whipped around as she performed 

Steamy: The Atlanta native got very close to Trevor Dahl of the music group Cheat Codes during the sizzling performance

Steamy: The Atlanta native got very close to Trevor Dahl of the music group Cheat Codes during the sizzling performance 

Twerk: Later, Bailey delivered a slew of sexy moves for the audience

Twerk: Later, Bailey delivered a slew of sexy moves for the audience

One of many: Bailey was among one of many performers at the event including pop-punk legend Avril Lavigne

One of many: Bailey was among one of many performers at the event including pop-punk legend Avril Lavigne

Later, Bailey delivered a slew of sexy moves for the audience during one particularly suggestive song. 

Bailey was among one of many performers at the event, including pop-punk legend Avril Lavigne. 

The 37-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter donned a black, knitted sweater and a black pleated mini skirt.

She added fishnet stockings and knee-high combat boots.

Rock on! The 37-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter donned a black, knitted sweater and a black pleated mini skirt

Classic: She added fishnet stockings and knee-high combat boots

Rock on! The 37-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter donned a black, knitted sweater and a black pleated mini skirt 

Wild: She let her long blonde locks fall down to the middle of her chest, though it whipped around as she played guitar

Wild: She let her long blonde locks fall down to the middle of her chest, though it whipped around as she played guitar

Tinged with orange: Her hair was tinged with orange at the ends

Tinged with orange: Her hair was tinged with orange at the ends

Beautiful instrument: Avril played some of her well-known songs on an intricately-striped guitar

Beautiful instrument: Avril played some of her well-known songs on an intricately-striped guitar 

Hand up: She threw up a hand for the crowd during the afternoon portion of her set

Hand up: She threw up a hand for the crowd during the afternoon portion of her set

She let her long blonde locks fall down to the middle of her chest. Her hair was tinged with orange at the bottoms. 

Avril played some of her well-known songs on an intricately-striped guitar. 

She performed in the same ensemble later in the evening inside the T-Mobile Arena. 

Same outfit: She performed in the same ensemble later in the evening inside the T-Mobile Arena

Same outfit: She performed in the same ensemble later in the evening inside the T-Mobile Arena

Keeping rhythm: She clapped along while her audience cheered her

Singing: she sang passionately into the orange and black microphone

Keeping rhythm: She clapped along while her audience cheered her

She stamped along in a passionate display during the set as well

She stamped along in a passionate display during the set as well

Vibrant: The lights onstage changed from a vibrant orange...

Calm:...to a calming blue during her long set

Lighting: The stage lights perfectly matched the mood of her different songs

She clapped along while her audience cheered her, and she sang passionately into the orange and black microphone. She stamped in a passionate display during the set as well. 

The lights onstage changed from a vibrant orange to a calming blue to matching the mood of her songs. 

The superstar’s dark eyeshadow and mascara really brought out her blue eyes.

She left her hood on during the performance, as well as backstage as she prepped for her set.

Makeup: The superstar's dark eyeshadow and mascara really brought out her blue eyes

Makeup: The superstar’s dark eyeshadow and mascara really brought out her blue eyes

Hood up: She left her hood on during the performance and backstage

Hood up: She left her hood on during the performance and backstage

Leggy: Country star Maren Morris, 32, showed off her long legs in a sleeveless brown dress covered in sparkling sequins

Leggy: Country star Maren Morris, 32, showed off her long legs in a sleeveless brown dress covered in sparkling sequins

Tiger: She played an acoustic guitar with large tiger print just below the instrument's sound hole

Tiger: She played an acoustic guitar with large tiger print just below the instrument’s sound hole

Letting her hair down: Her dark brown hair fell down her back and chest in beachy waves

Letting her hair down: Her dark brown hair fell down her back and chest in beachy waves

Singing a duet: Singer Ryan Hurd, 35, performed onstage alongside Morris

Singing a duet: Singer Ryan Hurd, 35, performed onstage alongside Morris

Happy couple: Hurd, who married Morris in 2018, put his arm around her as she sang passionately

Happy couple: Hurd, who married Morris in 2018, put his arm around her as she sang passionately

Country star Maren Morris, 32, showed off her long legs in a sleeveless brown dress covered in sparkling sequins.

She played an acoustic guitar with large tiger print just below the instrument’s sound hole. She stood on black heels.

Singer Ryan Hurd, 35, performed onstage alongside Morris. He donned a white coat over a matching t-shirt and pale blue jeans. 

Hurd, who married Morris in 2018, put his arm around her as she sang passionately.  

Willow played the guitar in a Jimi Hendrix Experience t-shirt and black shorts. The 21-year-old’s head was shaved down completely. 

Latto, 23, showed off her impressive cleavage in a lavender rhinestone outfit which looked very similar to Chloe Bailey’s.

Her hair, dyed light pink, was parted in the middle. It fell down her back. 

Taking up the tambourine: Morris banged away on the tambourine during the song

Taking up the tambourine: Morris banged away on the tambourine during the song

An icon wearing an icon: Willow played the guitar in a Jimi Hendrix Experience t-shirt and black shorts

Déjà vu: Latto, 23, showed off her impressive cleavage in a lavender rhinestone outfit which looked very similar to Chloe Bailey's

More stars: Willow Smith and Latto also sang in the early afternoon. Willow played the guitar in a Jimi Hendrix Experience t-shirt and black shorts

Country star Luke Combs, 32, wore a black button-down shirt and dark pants as well. 

Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons fame, 35, donned a dark brown button-down shirt over a black t-shirt underneath it. 

Maggie Rogers, 28, sang her heart out in a white minidress and black leather boots which ended just below her knees. 

Carly Pearce, 32, wore a white dress covered in a blue and red intricate design. The band 5 Seconds of Summer also played at the event. 

Country chic: Country star Luke Combs, 32, wore a black button-down shirt and dark pants as well

Country chic: Country star Luke Combs, 32, wore a black button-down shirt and dark pants as well

Folk singer: Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons fame, 35, donned a dark brown button-down shirt over a black t-shirt underneath it

Folk singer: Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons fame, 35, donned a dark brown button-down shirt over a black t-shirt underneath it

Putting her all into it: Maggie Rogers, 28, sang her heart out in a white minidress and black leather boots which ended just below her knees

Slit gown: Carly Pearce, 32, wore a white dress covered in a blue and red intricate design. The band 5 Seconds of Summer also played at the event

White dresses: Maggie Rogers and Carly Pearce wore white dresses while up onstage

Son of a legend: Diddy's 24-year-old son King Combs rapped at the event. He donned a red jersey and black leather pants onstage

Son of a legend: Diddy’s 24-year-old son King Combs rapped at the event. He donned a red jersey and black leather pants onstage

Rocking out: The band 5 Seconds of Summer also played at the event

Rocking out: The band 5 Seconds of Summer also played at the event

Father/son: His father joined him later on during his performance

Father/son: His father joined him later on during his performance

Diddy’s 24-year-old son King Combs rapped at the event. He donned a red jersey and black leather pants onstage. His father joined him later on during his performance.  

Though he did not perform, Ryan Seacrest presented at the event as did Drew Sidora, Teddi Mellencamp, Kyle Richards and Bobby Bones. 

The iHeartRadio Music Festival is a yearly event featuring some of the biggest names in the industry. It’s a two-day festival held annually in Las Vegas since 2011. 

Host extraordinaire: Though he did not perform, Ryan Seacrest presented at the event

Host extraordinaire: Though he did not perform, Ryan Seacrest presented at the event

More big names: Drew Sidora, Teddi Mellencamp, Kyle Richards and Bobby Bones also presented

More big names: Drew Sidora, Teddi Mellencamp, Kyle Richards and Bobby Bones also presented

Day 2: The iHeartRadio Music Festival is a yearly event featuring some of the biggest names in the industry. It's a two-day festival held annually in Las Vegas since 2011 (pictured Lavigne)

Day 2: The iHeartRadio Music Festival is a yearly event featuring some of the biggest names in the industry. It’s a two-day festival held annually in Las Vegas since 2011 (pictured Lavigne)


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Two Versions Of The Rolling Stones’ “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?” 1966 Music Video Get First Official Online Release @ Top40-Charts.com

New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The Rolling Stones and ABKCO Music & Records Inc./Universal Music, have released today the official music videos for the hit single “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?” Both versions were filmed in 1966 by director Peter Whitehead but were rejected at the time by the few outlets that would play what were then referred to as “promos” or “promotional films” of rock and roll bands. The live performance video captures the mayhem during The Rolling Stones’ September 23, 1966, performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London; while the video of the band in Drag was created using film footage of the photoshoot for the single’s back cover in Manhattan, depicting all five original members (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts).

Watch: Have You Seen Your Mother (Official Music Video)

directed by Peter Whitehead:

The Rolling Stones Official YouTube: https://therollingstones.lnk.to/HYSYM

ABKCO VEVO: https://abkco.lnk.to/HYSYM

Watch: Have You Seen Your Mother (Official Video) [Royal Albert Hall]
directed by Peter Whitehead:

ABKCO VEVO: https://abkco.lnk.to/hysymrah

A Top 10 hit on both sides of the Atlantic (UK #5; US #9), “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?” was recorded in August and September of ’66 at RCA Studios in Hollywood as well as IBC Studios in London. Released simultaneously in the US and UK 56 years ago to this day, the instrumentation on the Jagger/Richards composition includes a horn section consisting of three trumpets, put together by arranger Mike Leander (The Beatles, Marianne Faithfull, Gary Glitter, Cliff Richard, Joe Cocker and The Drifters) with piano by both Richards and Jack Nitzsche. Regarding the lyrics, Jagger told Keith Altham at the NME in 1966, “This is simply about a boy and his bird. Some songs I write are just for a laugh. Others are extensions of ideas. This is a mixture of both. You must listen to it and place your own interpretation on the lyric. There is no attempt to present a controversial ‘Mother’ theme.”

Filmmaker Peter Whitehead, who directed The Rolling Stones’ tour documentary Charlie Is My Darling – Ireland 1965 and went on to make many more music videos for the band (including “We Love You,” officially released on 4K by The Rolling Stones and ABKCO last month), captured the band at a strange moment in their tenure as a live band. The rock concert industry was still in its infancy, and security was ill-equipped at handling the throngs of screaming fans who rushed the stage at the Royal Albert Hall to grab band members mid-song, before getting pushed back into the crowd. Decades before the launch of MTV, there was no way for the general population to view this original version of the music video until it was incorporated into the documentary Heroes of Rock and Roll, narrated by Jeff Bridges and televised in early 1979.

A second version of the music video, consisting of entirely different footage shot on September 9, 1966, was also made by Whitehead. Footage of the photo shoot with photographer Jerry Schatzberg for the back cover of the single (US version only, as the UK version didn’t come in a picture sleeve) is captured in black and white. The band, entirely in drag, stands around a wheelchair-bound Bill Wyman at 124 East 24th Street, between Lexington and Park Avenues in Manhattan.

When asked about the concept behind the shoot, Keith Richards commented to the NME: “The photograph was just a laugh. There’s no deeper interpretation to be placed on it than that . . . We adopted the names of ‘Molly’ and ‘Sarah’ for fun.” He went on to say, “I think Bill must get the ‘king of the queens’ award for his portrayal of the bird in the bathchair in the uniform. I mean just look at her . . . I mean that’s the one who pressed the button isn’t it?”

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Halsey and Maren Morris on the red carpet during day two of iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas

Halsey and Maren Morris brought the star power during day two of the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday night.

The dynamic duo hit the stage, along with the likes of pop songstress Chloe Bailey and reigning punk rock princess Avril Lavigne.

Halsey – who uses she/they pronouns – sizzled in a classic LBD that showcased her endless legs and sculpted shoulders.

Star power: Halsey and Maren Morris brought the star power during day two of the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday night

Lineup: The dynamic duo hit the stage, along with the likes of pop songstress Chloe Bailey and reigning punk rock princess Avril Lavigne

Star power: Halsey and Maren Morris brought the star power during day two of the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday night. The dynamic duo hit the stage, along with the likes of pop songstress Chloe Bailey and reigning punk rock princess Avril Lavigne

It had an edgy one-strap design that was made out of silver chainlink.

It put their vast collection of tattoos on display and featured a sheer black overlay and flattering ruching at the waist. 

The mother-of-one, 27, slipped into a pair of black satin knee-high boots with a generous heel that gave her petite frame a boost.

Their auburn pixie cut was softly styled and bold black eyeshadow was swiped across her lids.

Sizzling: Halsey sizzled in a classic LBD that showcased her endless legs and sculpted shoulders

Sizzling: Halsey sizzled in a classic LBD that showcased her endless legs and sculpted shoulders

Versatile: During her red carpet stint, the Without Me hitmaker showcased her versatility as she alternated from brooding for the camera to striking a playful pose or two

Versatile: During her red carpet stint, the Without Me hitmaker showcased her versatility as she alternated from brooding for the camera to striking a playful pose or two

Versatile: During her red carpet stint, the Without Me hitmaker showcased her versatility as she alternated from brooding for the camera to striking a playful pose or two

Halsey rocked a myriad of shiny silvery jewelry and an edgy ox blood manicure. 

During her red carpet stint, the Without Me hitmaker showcased her versatility as she alternated from brooding for the camera to striking a playful pose or two.

Morris flaunted her enviable hourglass shape by modeling a sparkling brown sequin shift dress for shutterbugs ahead of the concert.

The country songstress, 32, had a radiant, sun-kissed glow and she showed off her bright white pedicure in a pair of lace-up sandals.

Details: Halsey's dress put her vast collection of tattoos on display and featured a sheer black overlay and flattering ruching at the waist

Details: Halsey’s dress put her vast collection of tattoos on display and featured a sheer black overlay and flattering ruching at the waist

Shiny: Halsey rocked a myriad of shiny silvery jewelry and an edgy ox blood manicure

Fierce: Her auburn pixie cut was softly styled and bold black eyeshadow was swiped across her lids

Shiny: Halsey rocked a myriad of shiny silvery jewelry and an edgy ox blood manicure

Her lightened brunette hair was parted down the middle and worn in voluminous beach waves.

She cozied up to her hunky husband Ryan Hurd, who towered over her in a pair of light denim jeans and a suede shoes.

The singer looked casual-cool as he completed his look with a plain white tee and a lightweight jacket covered in patches. 

Dazzling: Morris flaunted her enviable hourglass shape by modeling a sparkling brown sequin shift dress for shutterbugs ahead of the concert; seen with husband Ryan Hurd

Dazzling: Morris flaunted her enviable hourglass shape by modeling a sparkling brown sequin shift dress for shutterbugs ahead of the concert; seen with husband Ryan Hurd

Glowing: The country songstress, 32, had a radiant, sun-kissed glow and she showed off her bright white pedicure in a pair of lace-up sandals

Glowing: The country songstress, 32, had a radiant, sun-kissed glow and she showed off her bright white pedicure in a pair of lace-up sandals

Glowing: The country songstress, 32, had a radiant, sun-kissed glow and she showed off her bright white pedicure in a pair of lace-up sandals

Loved-up: She cozied up to her hunky husband Ryan Hurd, who towered over her in a pair of light denim jeans and a suede shoes

Loved-up: She cozied up to her hunky husband Ryan Hurd, who towered over her in a pair of light denim jeans and a suede shoes

Glam: Her lightened brunette hair was parted down the middle and worn in voluminous beach waves

Glam: Her lightened brunette hair was parted down the middle and worn in voluminous beach waves

Emmy-winner Sheryl Lee Ralph put on an animated display as she hit the red carpet in a flashy camouflage print blazer and a Gucci belt.

The Abbott Elementary star, 65, styled her vibrant upper half with a pair of wide-legged denim jeans.

Leslie Jones and Michelle Young put on busty displays in dueling bodycon dresses, with the SNL alum opting for a skintight midi and the Bachelorette star going bold in blue.

Flashy: Emmy-winner Sheryl Lee Ralph put on an animated display as she hit the red carpet in a flashy camouflage print blazer and a Gucci belt. The Abbott Elementary star, 65, styled her vibrant upper half with a pair of wide-legged denim jeans

Flashy: Emmy-winner Sheryl Lee Ralph put on an animated display as she hit the red carpet in a flashy camouflage print blazer and a Gucci belt. The Abbott Elementary star, 65, styled her vibrant upper half with a pair of wide-legged denim jeans

Busty: Leslie Jones and Michelle Young put on busty displays in dueling bodycon dresses, with the SNL alum opting for a skintight midi and the Bachelorette star going bold in blue

Busty: Leslie Jones and Michelle Young put on busty displays in dueling bodycon dresses, with the SNL alum opting for a skintight midi and the Bachelorette star going bold in blue

Busty: Leslie Jones and Michelle Young put on busty displays in dueling bodycon dresses, with the SNL alum opting for a skintight midi and the Bachelorette star going bold in blue

Twinning: Genevieve Parisi and Victoria Fuller flashed their toned tummies in dueling crop top and baggy high-waisted trousers

Twinning: Genevieve Parisi and Victoria Fuller flashed their toned tummies in dueling crop top and baggy high-waisted trousers

Couple goals: Becca Tilley and girlfriend Hayley Kiyoko looked effortlessly cool as the loved-up duo paired oversized jackets with ultra mini skirts

Couple goals: Becca Tilley and girlfriend Hayley Kiyoko looked effortlessly cool as the loved-up duo paired oversized jackets with ultra mini skirts

Genevieve Parisi and Victoria Fuller flashed their toned tummies in dueling crop top and baggy high-waisted trousers.

Becca Tilley and girlfriend Hayley Kiyoko looked effortlessly cool as the loved-up duo paired oversized jackets with ultra mini skirts.

Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards was a total smoke show in a busty strapless dress as she cozied up to singer Morgan Wade and former co-star Teddi Mellencamp.

The Halloween actress’s silky brunette hair flowed down her chest in loose curls and she opted for an ultra glam makeup look.

Bombshell: Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards was a total smoke show in a busty strapless dress as she cozied up to singer Morgan Wade and former co-star Teddi Mellencamp

Bombshell: Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards was a total smoke show in a busty strapless dress as she cozied up to singer Morgan Wade and former co-star Teddi Mellencamp

Glammed up: The Halloween actress's silky brunette hair flowed down her chest in loose curls and she opted for an ultra glam makeup look

Vinyl vixen: Blonde bombshell Teddi displayed her enviably toned arms in a skintight black vinyl one-shoulder dress

Glammed up: The Halloween actress’s silky brunette hair flowed down her chest in loose curls and she opted for an ultra glam makeup look. Blonde bombshell Teddi displayed her enviably toned arms in a skintight black vinyl one-shoulder dress

Blonde bombshell Teddi displayed her enviably toned arms in a skintight black vinyl one-shoulder dress.

Katherine McNamara flaunted her supermodel figure in a black cut-out dress and thigh-high black suede boots.

LL Cool J oozed confidence in a bright orange vinyl jacket and brown cargo pants while country singer Luke Combs rocked his signature trucker hat and black button-up for the occasion.

Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons looked handsome as he graced the red carpet in a stylish purple suit and plain black tee.

Wow! Katherine McNamara flaunted her supermodel figure in a black cut-out dress and thigh-high black suede boots

Wow! Katherine McNamara flaunted her supermodel figure in a black cut-out dress and thigh-high black suede boots

Signature styles: LL Cool J oozed confidence in a bright orange vinyl jacket and brown cargo pants while country singer Luke Combs rocked his signature trucker hat and black button-up for the occasion

Signature styles: LL Cool J oozed confidence in a bright orange vinyl jacket and brown cargo pants while country singer Luke Combs rocked his signature trucker hat and black button-up for the occasion

Signature styles: LL Cool J oozed confidence in a bright orange vinyl jacket and brown cargo pants while country singer Luke Combs rocked his signature trucker hat and black button-up for the occasion

Handsome: Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons looked handsome as he graced the red carpet in a stylish purple suit and plain black tee

Handsome: Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons looked handsome as he graced the red carpet in a stylish purple suit and plain black tee


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Friends of Chamber Music present jazz vocalist Samara Joy

The Friends of Chamber Music kicks off an amazing season Thursday night when it presents Samara Joy, the first Gen Z jazz singer and winner of the Sarah Vaughan International Vocal Competition.

The concert will be at 7 p.m. in Rudder Theatre on the campus of Texas A&M University.

While concerts presented by the Friends of Chamber Music normally are free, due to the expense of bringing Joy for her first Texas concert, tickets are required. They are $20, $5 for students. They are available at the MSC Box Office on the first floor of Rudder Tower. They also are available online at boxoffice.tamu.edu or by phone at 979-845-1234.

Tickets also will be required when the Friends of Chamber Music presents international superstar violinist Midori on Feb. 7 as part of the Celebration Tour for her 40th anniversary as a professional musician.

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Other concerts on the Friends of Chamber Music season are Viano String Quartet at A&M United Methodist Church on Nov. 17; organist Christian Schmitt at A&M United Methodist Church on March 21; and harpsichordist Mario Aschauer and Harmonia Stellarum Houston at First Presbyterian Church on April 23.

Thursday’s Samara Joy concert is co-sponsored by the Academy for the Visual & Perming Arts at Texas A&M and the Brazos Valley Jazz Society.

Accompanying Joy will be Ben Paterson on piano, Paul Sikivie on bass and Even Sherman on drums.

Joy, 22, has released “Linger Awhile,” featuring her take on classic tunes made famous by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holiday. It was the music her family listened to as she was growing up in the Bronx.

Like many singers before her, Joy grew up singing in church before joining the jazz band at the Fordham High School for the Arts, where she won Best Vocalist in the Essentially Ellington competition. Later, she enrolled in the State University of New York-Purchase jazz studies program.

A favorite on TikTok, Joy said, “I think maybe people connect with the fact that I’m not faking it, that I already feel embedded in it. Maybe I’m able to reach people in person and on social media because it’s real.”

Following her first concert in Boston, the Bosten Herald wrote, “The most obvious comparison with Joy is [Sarah] Vaughan herself — the rich lower register, the baroque melodic ornamentation, swoops up and down octaves from word to word, multi-note melisma stretching one-syllable words to infinity. And it seems she’s eager to invent. Her setting of original lyrics to a Fats Navarro trumpet solo, ‘Nostalgia (The Day I Knew),’ was like bebop bel canto — one long-flowing, multisyllabic line, with the ‘speaker’ an imagined older man.”

Joy is coming off a standout performance Friday at the Monterey Jazz Festival 2022.

The College Station High School Student Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Jon Seale, will give a short performance at 6:30 p.m.


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Indian rapper 100RBH: ‘My dream is to perform in front of 100,000 people’

In 100RBH’s home, a music career was not on the table. Growing up in a traditional Indian household, the aspiring rapper was instructed by his father to find a “respectable” job that would earn him a daily wage. But the 24-year-old, born Saurabh Abhyankar, had other ideas.

For most musicians, dreams of global success seem far-fetched. But in 100RBH’s rural hometown of Amravati, in the western state of Maharashtra, few people were even aware of what hip-hop was. “People didn’t know s*** about this industry,” he tells me in his local Bambaiya accent (Mumbai’s Hindi), over the phone. He had to hustle just to persuade locals to come to his shows. Yet in time, “ever since the money started flowing in, other [parents] have been telling my mum that they want their sons to find a career in the music industry too”.

100RBH is a gully, a form of Indian street rapper blending traditional folk sounds with modern instrumentation and an attitude to match. Originating in Mumbai, gully – an Indian term for a narrow street – has since spread across India, taking influences from American hip-hop giants such as The Notorious BIG and Tupac. Lyrics tend to delve into issues such as politics, social reforms and way of life, as opposed to the more superficial themes of booze and women that often transpire in mainstream Bollywood music.

Before releasing his debut solo tracks, 100RBH was a “proud” member of Swadesi, India’s first multilingual hip-hop crew, whose ethos is “music with a cause”. In their single “Khabardar”, the controversial group address the “slaves of society” and corrupt leaders who forget their responsibilities: “Na karte khud ye kuch, na accha kisiko karane dete (They don’t do anything themselves nor let anyone do any good),” raps 100RBH. He says his time in Swadesi was one of the most “dangerous” things he’s ever done, because of the band’s outspoken views on government reforms and right-wing politics. “When I heard Swadesi’s music for the first time, I was impressed,” he says. “They were talking about the same issues that I cared about. In fact, they were the only people who had the balls to talk about local issues in the country.”

For his solo work, he takes heavy influence from the Mumbai-born rapper Divine, regarded as one of India’s most successful gully rappers and the inspiration behind the hit Bollywood film Gully Boy. “Just like me, Divine comes from the gullies of Bombay,” he explains. “I thought if someone like him could make it big in life, so will I.” Like Divine, he thrives on wordplay and lyrics that drip with double meaning. On his 2022 hit “Zanjeer”, which is built from hyper-intensive rhythms, he offers up a succession of sharp socio-political critique and witty humour in both the Hindi and Marathi languages: “Purane daur ke zanjeer ko mein todhta (I break the old chain)/ Laakhon masoomon ki awaz mei akela bolta (I speak on behalf of hundred thousand innocent souls.)” Soon after the track’s release, 100RBH dedicated it to the late Indian social reformer Babasaheb Ambedkar.

Now signed to his idol Divine’s label, Gully Gang Entertainment, 100RBH hopes he will one day be invited to perform at international festivals such as Rolling Loud and Lollapalooza. Maybe even Glastonbury. “My dream is to perform in front of 100,000 people.” Until then, he’ll continue to make music and raise his voice against “politicians who don’t take their jobs seriously”. He wants to draw attention to matters such as the recent Maharashtra floods, caste discrimination and other human rights violations in India. As for his family, his father in particular – they now proudly tell the world who their son is and what he does. For 100RBH, that in itself is a major win.


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Borneo Tribal Music Festival earmarked as Sarawak’s ‘next best tourism products’

Local ethnic musical band At Adau among the performers featured in the inaugural festival in Sibu.

SIBU (Sept 25): The two-day Borneo Tribal Music Festival (BTMF) 2022 could be listed as ‘one of the best products’ in terms of international tourism, said permanent secretary to the Ministry of Tourism, Creative Industries and Performing Arts Sarawak Hii Chang Kee.

He said he saw the potential of the event to grow bigger if it continued to be run as an annual festival here.

“Despite its slightly lacklustre start, I believe the Borneo Tribal Music Festival would grow bigger in the future.

“I believe with the support from the Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) and other related parties, it has the potential to be another international-level event here apart, from the Borneo Cultural Festival, Sibu International Dance Festival and Sibu International Base Jump,” he told reporters when met at the inaugural BTMF on Taman Esplanade here on Friday night.

Hii also commended the organiser for holding an event that he deemed as ‘definitely going to have a very positive impact on the local tourism sector and at the same time, on the people of Sibu as well’.

Members of the Sarawak Sape Club showcase a mini-performance at festival.

He regarded the BTMF as being different from the other music festivals, while highlighting that every city and major town in Sarawak should have its own music festival.

“BTMF is the first for Sibu. In Kuching, we already have Kuching Jazz and the Rainforest World Music Festival, while in Miri, (there) is Borneo Jazz.

“We are very happy with the existence of BTMF, which has the potential of reaching such a standard.”

Hii also assured everyone that the Ministry of Tourism, Creative Industries, and Performing Arts Sarawak would always provide support and assistance for the organisation of any festival event meant to ‘make the atmosphere more interesting and at the same time, attract more people from outside to visit Sibu’.

“After the pandemic and now entering the endemic phase, those involved in the tourism sector in Sarawak should work harder, and to start working, towards recovery,” he added.

Meanwhile, SMC chairman Clarence Ting expressed hope that more of such events could be held here in the future.

On the BTMF, he said this kind of festival had never been held in Sibu, but the encouragement for and the acceptance towards it had been amazing.

“The BTMF idea came from our young man, Wilfred Gan (managing chairman of BTMF).

“At first, he was a bit hesitant to organise it but after briefing me about it, I asked him to proceed.

“It turned out that this festival did not disappoint tonight (Friday); I was very surprised to see the number of visitors here.”

In this regard, Ting encouraged the local youths to contribute more ideas to make Sibu a lively and vibrant place than ever before.

When interviewed, Gan said the tickets for both nights had sold out.

“The festival can only accommodate 1,000 people per night,” he added.

The festival also comes with various stalls selling food for the convenience of the visitors.

The festival, which ends today, features various artistes and popular deejays from Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Adding further, Gan said: “We have even received visitors from Australia.

“I hope that BTMF could be organised again, at a larger scale with a larger venue, in the future.”









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Sound on Sound kicks off with music and fun in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT — Lao Triffin and Catherine Baker decided to go to the inaugural Sound on the Sound as soon as the two-day music festival was announced. 

Even before the lineup was known, the couple from Guilford knew they wanted to return to Seaside Park for a music festival.

“It’s been a rough couple of years,” Baker said. “We wanted something to look forward to.”

This is the first major music festival at Seaside Park since the Gathering of the Vibes in 2015, which ran for 20 years, most of which were held at the park. The Vibes started in 1996 and came to Bridgeport in 1999.

Triffin has been to nine Gathering of the Vibes. He, Baker and their friends decided this was a great chance to revive that tradition.


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