News featuring Mary J. Blige

The following news stories mention Mary J. Blige. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 21321 hours ago.

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Tuesday 4th August

’15 Jul 27 Mon

Monday 27th July

  • Tame Impala's Kevin Parker: there's no Aussie psych scene, we're just 10 people

    Between a Mark Ronson cameo and his own main-stage set at Splendour in the Grass, Guardian Australia caught up with the Tame Impala frontman to talk break-up albums and Jacuzzis

    • Splendour in the Grass 2015 day three – in pictures

    It was the third and probably my favourite of the Ronson shows I’ve done. We did Glastonbury and our first show in Perth. At Glastonbury, I was super nervous because I’ve never been a hired gun before, you know, like, made a cameo festival appearance. This show is all of that and [Saturday] was the first time I got into it. I managed to enjoy myself without worrying about singing a wrong note, without totally fucking it up and embarrassing myself – and Mark.

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’15 Jul 3 Fri

Friday 3rd July

  • Livestream Wireless Festival 2015

    New Look Wireless Festival kicks off today and goes through the weekend in London at Finsbury Park, and the entire event will be livestreamed via Yahoo. Headliners for the festival include Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and Nicki Minaj, and other acts performing include A$AP Rocky, Mary J. Blige, Major Lazer, Pusha T, Charli XCX, Rae Sremmurd, […]

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’15 Jun 30 Tue

Tuesday 30th June

  • Records from a rented room: Astrud Gilberto mines the sadness of song, making the heart lurch

    Continuing her series, Anita Sethi moves flat – and finds herself torn between Gilberto’s melancholy bossa nova and flying into the mystic with Van Morrison

    What, I wonder, has been the piece of music that has moved you most? It’s been when I’ve been unable to move that music has been most moving. “I’m moving home,” has been my refrain of late to explain being frantically busy, but now that I’ve finally moved, my body has given in to dreaded fatigue and flu and I’ve been buried beneath the duvet, limbs leaden, unmoving (apologies here must go to my new flatmates for not yet lifting a finger to help do the bins). And so I’ve been enjoying music instead from a position of stillness, curled up beneath the bedcovers while watching Glastonbury unfold, from marvelling at Mary J Blige dancing on huge heels to the dancer doing handstands as Pharrell…

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’15 Jun 29 Mon

Monday 29th June

  • Glastonbury 2015 verdict: Florence + the Machine, Kanye West, the Who and more

    Florence Welch pulled out all the stops, while Kanye’s set was faltering and relatively restrained. But everyone was talking about the rapper – even Sunday’s closing act the Who, says Alexis Petridis

    There are many diverting sights to take in at Glastonbury: everything from Pussy Riot forcing a gun-toting man to wear a rainbow balaclava in the name of politically charged performance art, to the Dalai Lama addressing the stone circle on Sunday morning, traditionally a time when it is largely populated not by seekers of spiritual insight but by people who haven’t been to bed since Thursday, struggling to uncross their eyeballs. But one thing you almost never see is a performer using a torrential downpour of rain to their advantage, which is one of the things that makes Mary J Blige’s Friday afternoon appearance on the Pyramid stage a genuinely remarkable event. She announces that she’s never been…

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’15 Jun 28 Sun

Sunday 28th June

  • Mark Ronson's Glastonbury diary – in pictures

    Mark Ronson was the best-connected man at the festival. And he proved it by ending his triumphant Friday set on the Other stage with a roll call of guests that included Boy George, Grandmaster Flash, Mary J Blige and George Clinton. We asked him to document his journey from the sun of the south of France to the mud of Worthy Farm. Photographs: Mark Ronson

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Saturday 27th June

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Friday 26th June

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