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Watch Solange perform a medley of songs from her album ‘When I Get Home’ on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’
Andrew Bruss and Ben Tan provide coverage from this year’s second installment of Boston Calling.
Solange Knowles, the younger sister of Beyonce Knowles, studied dance and theater as a child and made her singing debut at age five at an amusement park. As her father managed her sister’s emerging R&B group, Destiny’s Child, she often appeared as an opening act and began writing songs. At 13, she decided to pursue a professional singing career, but her parents at first advised her to wait. Shortly afterward, however, she was called upon to replace one of the dancers in Destiny’s Child’s stage act on short notice. She spent the next two years dancing in the group’s performances. When she was 16, her father signed her to his Music World label and helped prepare her for a solo recording career. Her debut single, “Feelin’ You, Pt. 2,” was released in late 2002, reached Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop chart, and had more success with club DJs; it narrowly missed the top of Billboard’s club chart. Her first album, Solo Star, followed in January 2003 and debuted in the Top 50 of the Billboard 200.
Five years later, the singer made something of a creative breakthrough with her second album. Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams did not materialize until late August 2008, but it was much more unique than its predecessor, steeped in mid- to late-’60s soul. It peaked in the Top Ten of the Billboard 200 and doubled the sales of the debut. Despite how it fared, Solange subsequently went independent. After she signed with Grizzly Bear member Chris Taylor’s Terrible label, she released the funkier yet more new wave-inspired “Losing You” single, as well as its parent EP, True, in late 2012.
Phish unveiled pro-shot video of the long and strong version of “Waves” they laid down on the third night of their 2020 Phish Riviera Maya destination event in Mexico on Saturday.
Robbie Robertson of The Band spoke about the group’s genesis, rise to fame, touring with Bob Dylan, the animosity Levon Helm held towards him and more with Hiss Golden Messenger’s MC Taylor on the latest installment of the ‘Talkhouse Podcast.’
Norah Jones will embark on a tour of the U.S. featuring special guest Mavis Staples.
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio will team with four different orchestras for a series of symphonic shows in June.
Mick Fleetwood led an all-star concert honoring Peter Green and the early years of Fleetwood Mac with David Gilmour, Pete Townshend, Billy Gibbons, John Mayall, Bill Wyman and more.