Tag: Talks

K-Pop Star Wonho Talks New Music, Instagram Photos, WENEE Fan Support

It’s easy to judge a book by its cover, especially when the photos are being served up by Wonho. But K-pop’s leading man is out to prove that he’s more than just mop top and muscles, as he leaves his boy-band roots behind for an exciting solo career.

Wonho first rose to prominence as part of the seven-piece group Monsta X. In 2019, he left the group amid a flurry of press after years-old allegations of marijuana use surfaced on social media (cannabis is still illegal in South Korea). Cleared of all charges a few months later, Wonho returned with

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Tomorrow x Together Interview: K-Pop Group Talks New Music, Lyrics

As the first boy band to debut under Big Hit Music since BTS, the guys in Tomorrow X Together (TXT for short) know they have their work cut out for them. But rather than follow in the footsteps of their labelmates, Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Hueningkai say they’re using the pressure as motivation to prove themselves on their own.

Debuted in 2019, Tomorrow X Together are dubbed the “It boys” or leaders of the fourth generation of K-pop groups, and the group’s rise has been swift, with TXT sweeping up rookie awards (essentially the Korean equivalent of a “Best

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Bruce Springsteen Talks ‘Broadway’ Return, New Music, and 2022 Tour?

Bruce Springsteen is getting back to work this summer, playing a big role in Broadway’s return by bringing back his $108-million-grossing “Springsteen on Broadway” for the entire summer, but that isn’t all he has in the works, as he revealed in a call on Sirius XM’s E Street Radio.

“I am looking forward to being in front of an audience,” he told hosts Dave Marsh and Jim Rotolo. “It’s going to be quite a thing. I’m actually glad to be working.”

In addition to the show — tickets go on sale today, and fans must be fully vaccinated for two

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken Talks History With Rock Music

On the plane home from Jordan, Antony Blinken seems relieved to be talking about something other than his day job. In January, Blinken was sworn in as secretary of state under President Biden. When Blinken’s name surfaced as a nominee, his longtime passion for music made the headlines: It turns out he could play guitar reasonably well, wrote record reviews during his college days, and had penned his own songs (even making indie recordings of some of them, available on streaming services).

Shortly before the latest flare-up in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Blinken agreed to talk with Rolling Stone about his

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