A.R. Rahman, the Grammy-winning composer who wrote the score for 2008's Slumdog Millionaire, has announced a month-long North American summer 2015 tour.
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The Vampire Diaries star and singer-songwriter talks about getting his music start in hardcore bands, his nomadic upbringing, Pablo Neruda, and bridging the gap between his TV and music fanbase.
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With her debut album, Hasta La Fantasía, the Tijuana-bred songstress follows in a rich tradition of folk pop from the north of Mexico.
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