The 60th Annual Grammy Awards was hosted in New York City for the first time in fifteen years. Here are some of the top moments from the music industry’s top movers and shakers of 2018 at the famed Madison Square Garden in the heart of the concrete jungle of the Big Apple.
What a name, what a talent! Phillip Phillips, the artist with the unforgettable name and undeniable talent, is back and better than ever.
His third album release, Collateral, the follow-up to 2014’s Behind the Light, is an artistic evolution for the singer-songwriter-guitarist. Going above and beyond his signature blend of raspy folk-pop rock, Phillips explores new territories through incorporating new sounds and styles into his music. On this 12-track album, Phillips channels the good times, the challenging times, the lessons, and the love he’s experienced over the past three years into songs his fans will certainly connect with and enjoy.
In the ten years since launching his solo artist career, the Southern California born and raised musician, songwriter, producer, and OneRepublic founding member Tim Myers has racked up a long list of accomplishments. His latest single release “Mother” is a special collaboration with American Idol‘s Phillip Phillips.
The 75th Annual Golden Globes launched the 2018 Awards Season with a bang with powerful statements for social change and a whole lot of girl power.
On the red carpet, the question shifted from “Who are you wearing?” to “Why are you wearing black?” as celebrities and activists arrived in black dresses and black suits in a fashion statement of solidarity for #TimesUp. The movement is intended to show support for those who have experienced sexual harassment, abuse, and discrimination in all industries and to demand safety and equality in all workplaces. By turning the color of mourning into a color of awakening, the #WhyIWearBlack conversation is a step forward in ensuring that the time is now for social change.
Here’s a recap of some more of the most memorable Golden Globe moments that honored the best in film and television in 2017.
Happy New Year! May good times, good vibes, and good people reign free in your 2018!
As you may know by now, I like to look towards the stars and the colours to see what the upcoming year will behold in terms of overarching themes and important changes to look out for as I live out the next 365 days. Here’s what the astrologists and colour psychologists predict for 2018…