Celebrities perform âFight Songâ for a video played at the Democratic National Convention. Itâs Hillary Clintonâs fight song, but some listeners donât have a lot of fight left in them. Before and after the Democratic nomineeÂ takes the stage at rallies, her campaign inevitably plays the 2015 pop hit âFight Songâ by Rachel Platten.
The rock band Third Eye Blind frustrated some guests at a charity concert held during the Republican National Convention on Tuesday. In tweets posted on the official Third Eye Blind account, the band indicated it was pleased the show upset some in the audience. âI have never been more disappointed,â wrote a Twitter user named Liza White.
Pop superstar Adele on Monday lodged objections as Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump played her music on the campaign trail. Trump, an apparent fan of Adele who was spotted at her concert in November in New York, has regularly played her hit "Rolling in the Deep" at his rallies. "Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning," a statement from the singer's spokesman said.
Jeffrey Ding He has been posting violin videos on YouTube since 2011, but his latest cover â playing John Williamsâs âForce Themeâ from Star Wars with a special-effects bow that looks like a light saber â has gotten the most attention by far. Since it appeared on Jan. 9, it has more than 40,000 views and counting.
This month, more than 20 albums after Raffiâs seminal Baby Beluga first took toddlers by storm, the childrenâs troubadour will release a brand-new one: Owl Singalong. The jubilant mix of covers (âGarden Song,â âAbiyoyo,â âSomos el Barcoâ) and originals (âGreen Dream,â âSee the Moonâ) hits stores on Jan. 15 (preorder here). But until then, Yahoo Parenting is exclusively premiering the album, streaming above.