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  1. Elvis Presley recorded on the site where Baruch College stands today.


    Elvis Presley, born in 1935, receives a guitar from his parents when he was 11 years old.  His family moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1948 and by 1955 at 20 years old, he signs a recording contract with Sun Records.  His recordings of “Don’t Be Cruel” (A-Side) and “Hound Dog” (B-Side), both hit #1…the only

  2. Diddy Announces Bad Boy Records Reunion Concert

    They can’t stop and they won’t stop. Puff Daddy & The Bad Boy Family are coming together for a “one night only” concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Friday, May 20. This celebration will include the Bad Boy Family Diddy, Faith Evans, Lil’ Kim, Ma$e, French Montana, Total, 112, and Mario Winans, plus special performances

  3. Audiocafé Sticks Around for Mike Liegel


    A few weeks ago, I had the great pleasure of interviewing pop-soul musician, Mike Liegel. As much as the lady listeners wanted to know if this young heart-throb singer was single or not, that had no part in the discussion as we sat down to mostly discuss songs from his first EP, Stick Around, and

  4. EZTV, Live Interview


    Spare some time to get to know a Brooklyn-based jangly, power pop-rock act called EZTV. Lead singer, Ezra, will offer some interesting answers to our fresh exposure. Listen to the interview here:  

  5. Gene Simmons Looks Forward to the Death of Hip-Hop

    By: Jhanaya Belle   KISS member Gene Simmons is known to controversial comments. Simmons talked about depression and suicide to females’ role in society, and apologized afterward. Now, his latest prey is hip-hop music. During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Simmons dissed the entire genre. “I am looking forward to the death of rap,”