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In this April 6, 2015 file photo, Marcus Mumford, from left, Ben Lovett, Winston Marhsall and Ted Dwane of the band Mumford & Sons pose for a portrait in New York. Mumford & Sons’ “Wilder Mind,” the band’s third album, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart last month. They recorded the album in London and New York. (Photo by Drew Gurian/Invision/AP, File)

NEW YORK | Marcus Mumford knows his band is mainly named after himself, but he says members of the group have built a stronger trust among one another, and that’s evident on their new album. “Personally speaking, I think we’re a bit less self-centered in the studio and a bit like, ‘OK, we’re all on the […]


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“Margaret Juntwait was the soul of the Met’s radio broadcasts,” said Met General Manager Peter Gelb. “She will be sorely missed by her loving colleagues here at the Met, as well as the countless opera stars who she so deftly interviewed over the years, and by the millions of devoted fans who listened to her mellifluous hosting of our broadcasts three or four times a week, season after season.”


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Theater geeks and casual goers alike are spoiled for choice these days when it comes to catching a show anywhere along the Front Range. This summer is no exception.


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JIm Hyatt Band

AURORA | The area’s most venerable and largest benefit for fallen military heroes will hold an annual benefit concert and soirée on Memorial Day at The Stampede at 2430 S. Havana St. The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors program has aided more than 40,000 family members of fallen members of the military. Since 1994, the […]


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This April 14, 2015 photo shows Jay Sieleman, president and CEO of The Blues Foundation, next to a statue of blues musician Little Milton at the Blues Hall of Fame museum in Memphis, Tenn. The foundation raised nearly $3 million for the museum, which is set to open Friday, May 8, in Memphis. (AP Photo/Adrian Sainz)

“Aw, man, I’m so proud to be living long enough to see this thing come along,” said veteran Mississippi bluesman Bobby Rush, a 2006 inductee who says his age is somewhere between 75 and 81. “You can walk through it, feeling like you were there when the music was done.”


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