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Music Times, LLC is an American digital media and news corporation headquartered in New York City.
It is the parent company to Musictimes.com and a diverse range of music and entertainment websites covering
pop culture, classical music, and more to millions of entertainment fans monthly.
In less than one year, Mstarsnews.com and Classicalite.com have become ranked
among the top 50 music and entertainment websites in the world according to Comscore.com.
Music Times, LLC strives daily to connect its viewers to the most up to date
comprehensive music news and experiences on the web.
Chief Executive Officer
Emily is a talented media marketing executive with over twenty years of broad renowned
experience in the entertainment industry. Her drive and passion for going beyond the expected and
creating integrated strategic plans that bring together all lines of business
make her a workforce in today’s marketplace.
Director Advertising Sales
Dennis brings extensive experience in Advertising Sales, Digital Media, Sponsorships, Business
Development, and Broadcast Media. His experience at both Digital and Traditional Agencies has made
him an expert at media optimization as well as branding.
Managing Editor, MStarsNews and Music Times
Danica Daniel proudly hails from Brooklyn, which she credits for cultivating her eclectic taste for music and fashion.
With her finger on the pulse of the catwalk and the sidewalk, the budding young writer became known for
her savvy sense of style and her ability to identify trends before they happened.
At 15 years old, Danica’s talent was noticed by Teen People and she garnered a gig as a "Trendspotter" for the magazine by Time Inc.
Managing Editor, Classicalite
Classically-trained, modernistically-inclined, Classicalite editor-in-chief Logan K. Young has played
in symphony orchestras, opera pits, jazz combos, marching bands (and even the occasional power trio).
As a writer, Young's classical criticism has been published everywhere from New York Magazine
to the Baltimore Sun to Paris Transatlantic.
It seems that everyone wants to know what is going on with Phaedra Parks, and her now inmate husband, Apollo Nida, as it appears that you would have to ask her BFF Kandi Burruss.
Singer Ciara is having fun without her estranged fiancé, Future after they allegedly broke up when a cheating scandal surfaced, and is going back to her dancing roots while in Madrid with her son.
Singer Chris Brown was spotted in a compromising position at a New York City strip club with his girlfriend, Karrueche Tran in sight.
"Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta" Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez deny being broke and hint their own reality TV show for VH1.
Adam Lambert is finally getting to return to American Idol as a judge. The Queen singer will join Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban at the upcoming New York City auditions this week, as regular judge Keith Urban grieves the death of his father-in-law.
August Alsina has premiered the visual for his Nicki Minaj-assisted "No Love (Remix)."
Belgian EDM festival Tomorrowland has shared the official Aftermovie of this year's event, which took place in Boom, Belgium on July 18, 19, and 20, and again on July 25, 26, and 27. The Aftermovie is an annual recap film that documents some of the award-winning festival's highlights. Some headliners at this year's Tomorrowland festival included Steve Aoki, Skrillex, Diplo, Tiësto, and David Guetta (who had a mild existential crisis on stage, which was of course gloriously captured on video).
Jhene Aiko and Chris Brown have teamed up for a collaboration featured on Brown's forthcoming album X.
The American Composers Orchestra (ACO) has named their 2014 Underwood Commission award to Andy Akiho. In addition to the accolade, the American-born composer will also be awarded a $15,000 prize for a future work to be premiered by the ACO.
The musical quietly challenged the racial divide that held sway in the world of entertainment in the 1940s.
Jazz music to jazz fans oft seems irreproachable, especially in the context of the most recent Sonny Rollins article by Django Gold in The New Yorker. The article, "Sonny Rollins: In His Own Words" wasn't side-splittingly funny, just a mild stab at the jazz heavyweight. And yet, fans of the Rollins man were inept at lightening up.
As the title of Gérard Rouy's excellent new book of conversations with Peter Brötzmann, "We Thought We Could Change The World," attests, many people, artists often among them, express the desire to change the world. But if you change one person's experience of the world--through love, hate, camaraderie, acceptance, encouragement, whatever--you do change the world. Hans Falb and his incredible crew at the Jazzgalerie have not only changed the world for me and other fans, but also socially changed who we know, how we interact, and helped us strive toward more genuine living, for both ourselves and those we care about. I've met so many kids and even adults my age or older who grew up in the villages surrounding Nickelsdorf, and though they may not have been fans of this music, they have been inspired by what happens on this stage to lead their lives in a more thoughtful manner. And as far as the musicians that play on this stage are concerned, I can only imagine what it feels like to be so affectionately embraced. The music itself is born in our world, and travels completely beyond it, and that dual nature is probably why it's been such a powerful force for changing, rearranging and upgrading this world.
Music fans can find the most comprehensive music coverage
spanning across all genres on Musictimes.com.
Indulge in original features, interviews, music reviews,
trending stories, and more about
your favorite pop, rock, country, classical, hip hop,
christian, latin, and jazz artists.
MStarsNews.com covers celebrities
who use the spotlight to spread social good.
Read the latest on stars in film, TV, music & sports.
Get the scoop on celebrity wellness & beauty routines,
charities they care about,
and feel good stories that inspire you.
Classicalite.com is an online source of
news, videos, and events for fans of
classical music, musicals, ballet and jazz.
Music Times Co offers targeted platforms to reach the music elite.
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Music Times Co viewers have grown exponentially and currently reaches over 12 million music fans worldwide
with the majority from North America, Europe and parts of Asia.
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Current staffs are skillful, motivated and positive, and they work because they love what they do.
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