Music App – MP3ar http://mp3ar.com/ Sun, 26 Sep 2021 02:06:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://mp3ar.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-150x150.png Music App – MP3ar http://mp3ar.com/ 32 32 Sexual assault cases spark protests on campuses across the United States https://mp3ar.com/sexual-assault-cases-spark-protests-on-campuses-across-the-united-states/ Sat, 25 Sep 2021 18:10:04 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/sexual-assault-cases-spark-protests-on-campuses-across-the-united-states/ The reported sexual assaults sparked large protests on college campuses in at least seven states just weeks after the start of the new school year, which advocates say both reflect greater vulnerability among students who have spent last school year learning from a distance and a greater capacity of young people to be heard. On […]]]>

The reported sexual assaults sparked large protests on college campuses in at least seven states just weeks after the start of the new school year, which advocates say both reflect greater vulnerability among students who have spent last school year learning from a distance and a greater capacity of young people to be heard. On the question.

Such protests are not new, but there seems to have been an unusually high number this semester already, with protests over the past month at schools in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Alabama, Michigan, Massachusetts and Missouri. Protesters accused their schools of doing too little to protect students and of being too lenient towards the accused.

Those calling for tougher measures against sexual violence also say the protests are led by students familiar with the #MeToo movement and cases like that of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar and Bill Cosby. And they say a protest on one campus inspires them on others.

“It’s this national push that we’re starting to see for college accountability,” said Tracey Vitchers, executive director of It’s On Us, a nonprofit focused on building a movement to fight violence. sex on campus.

More than half of sexual assaults against students occur between the start of fall school and the Thanksgiving vacation, and typically freshmen and transfer students are the most vulnerable to sexual assault because they are unaware of the issues. campus and have not solidified their social networks. . Victims’ advocates call this period “the red zone”.

“We are in a double red zone period,” said Shiwali Patel, senior lawyer for the National Women’s Law Center, who is also leading her efforts to bring justice to survivors of assault. “We have the freshmen and sophomores who are now on campus for the first time. “

The wave of protests began after a student reported being sexually assaulted at a Nebraska-Lincoln University fraternity house just before midnight on August 24. Police have received a separate report of a “wild party” there.

The following night, around 1,000 demonstrators surrounded the fraternity house. Police are investigating the assault report, and the university has temporarily suspended fraternity operations as it examines the group’s conduct.

Protests at the University of Iowa began less than a week later against a chapter of the same fraternity over a year-old sexual assault allegation that authorities are still investigating.

In Kansas, students protested last week at the University of Kansas, Wichita State University and Topeka West High School against various reported assaults, and students from Auburn University in Alabama and the United States. Eastern Michigan University also staged protests. This week’s protests included one at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

At Central Methodist University, a small liberal arts school in Missouri between Kansas City and St. Louis, about 50 students demonstrated this week in support of Layla Beyer, a 19-year-old sophomore who said another a music student sexually assaulted her during the first semester of her freshman year.

The Associated Press does not generally identify victims of sexual assault, but Beyer has authorized the use of her name.

The university said it could not comment on an individual student’s case, but spokesperson Scott Queen said: “There will be discussions going on regarding the topics discussed at the protest.”

Beyer reported the assault and said he received a restraining order against his assailant, who played the same instrument and was constantly around. But she said he raped her repeatedly without incurring serious consequences.

“Often the survivors have no one to defend them except themselves,” Beyer said.

Administrators at other colleges have said they are committed to helping victims and educating students on appropriate behaviors.

University of Nebraska Chancellor Ronnie Green presented plans that included expanding from two to four members of a team that helps victims and improving sexual assault training and education .

New Eastern Michigan initiatives include annual training for students and separate training to encourage people to step in if they see inappropriate behavior. He also reflects on the future of a fraternity at the center of multiple allegations of sexual assault.

“Students are speaking out, protesting and taking action because they want their institutions to respond with the same level of anger, determination and commitment to keep their communities safe,” said Walter Kraft, vice president of communications from eastern Michigan.

Vitchers said helping survivors was no longer enough. She said universities need to educate students to prevent assault and punish perpetrators and groups fostering an environment in which sexual violence is seen as normal or unimportant.

Older advocates said current students have better access to social media and embrace activism more easily than their predecessors. Angela Esquivel Hawkins, administrator at Stanford University and CEO of a group that helps friends and families of victims, said students are now more savvy about things like choosing hashtags to get messages across on Twitter.

“The more social media iterations there are in the future, the more people will become more connected and more savvy on how to organize themselves and be effective in their efforts,” said Hawkins.

At the University of Iowa, 18-year-old freshman Amelia Keller and her friends took to Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to rally people over the recent school protest. Keller has also worked with an academic group advocating for rape victims.

“We want to be able to trust and depend on those who claim to care about protecting vulnerable students,” Keller said in texts to The Associated Press. “At the moment, we cannot. “

In eastern Michigan, Abbie Francis, an 18-year-old freshman, helped organize last week’s protest at that school and used an app to attract dozens of members in two hours to a new group awareness of sexual assault and rape. Students from eastern Michigan also staged a protest in March.

“Everyone I have spoken to in the past few weeks has expressed that they feel extremely unsafe,” she said in an email to The Associated Press.

At Central Methodist, Beyer said she felt compelled to choose between dropping out of the group or having to face her attacker frequently, despite repeatedly telling administrators that he should be the one to leave. . She said the administrators “completely invalidated me.”

And Beyer said she lost her passion for music because of the assault and its subsequent treatment. She dropped out of her major in music education and is now majoring in psychology instead.

“You get to the point where nobody hears you and nobody does anything for you,” Beyer said. “Having students, especially those who attend your school, by your side and standing up for you means a lot. “


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Dancing among the graves on a full moon night in Brooklyn: “It’s so alive” https://mp3ar.com/dancing-among-the-graves-on-a-full-moon-night-in-brooklyn-its-so-alive/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 22:01:50 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/dancing-among-the-graves-on-a-full-moon-night-in-brooklyn-its-so-alive/ Nearly 600,000 people reside – permanently – in Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, and on Wednesday evening a crowd of around 800 joined them – temporarily – as revelers at a gala -profit organized among the graves. In the moonlit darkness among the graves, as serenaded musicians strolled among the gravestones, the grief of a town […]]]>

Nearly 600,000 people reside – permanently – in Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, and on Wednesday evening a crowd of around 800 joined them – temporarily – as revelers at a gala -profit organized among the graves.

In the moonlit darkness among the graves, as serenaded musicians strolled among the gravestones, the grief of a town where so many have died since the start of the pandemic felt both pervasive and distant.

“I don’t think about death when I’m here, I feel so alive,” said Gina Farcas, 52, an accountant from Fort Lee, NJ, as she turned to a band playing Brazilian music at side of a mausoleum. “We need this for the city.

“Do you feel like you’re in a cemetery?” Her boyfriend, Carmine Fischetti, 66, asked her.

“No,” Ms. Farcas replied. “Except for the graves.

The gala was a fundraiser for the 478-acre cemetery, a national historic monument that opened in 1838. It is the resting place of luminaries like Leonard Bernstein and Jean-Michel Basquiat, as well as disreputable figures. as William Magear Tweed, better known as Boss Tweed of Tammany Hall.

Parties have never been unusual here, among and even within the crypts of Green-Wood. At the time of its inception, Green-Wood was one of the state’s most visited tourist attractions, according to cemetery historians: 19th-century Americans picnicked and marveled at its statuary.

The Cemetery has hosted a fundraising gala for the past 14 years, usually a sit-down dinner, but has moved the event, called “Moonrise,” to an outdoor, performance-studded walk through its grounds. last year when the pandemic started, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Buried in Green-Wood is a man you might call Dr. Anthony Fauci of his day, Dr. William Hallock Park, a 19th-century New York City Department of Health bacteriologist. Dr Park was tasked with helping to mass produce an antitoxin that made a breakthrough in the treatment and prevention of diphtheria, a disease that has killed many young children and others who share his cemetery.

Few people sipping mezcal and ume plum liqueur in a cocktail called ‘penicillin’ knew the bacteriologist was there, lying idle in Section 13, Lot 9314. Or that Dr. Park was also trying to find one. remedy for influenza during the 1918 epidemic, which killed more than 20,000 New Yorkers. He failed. The coronavirus has killed nearly 35,000 New Yorkers. Guests presented their vaccination cards to attend the event on Wednesday.

“While people have always come to Green-Wood and walked around and maybe didn’t feel so connected to those who were buried there, now I think there is a more direct understanding or appreciation.” said Lisa W. Alpert, vice president of the cemetery. development and programming.

Among the tombstones and ornate memorials covering the cemetery hills, nearly a dozen performances took place.

An instrumental duo performed in a catacomb. In a ring of tombstones, a disembodied voice told ghost stories. Near a Victorian-era monument dedicated to a teenage girl who died in a car crash, an acrobat spun from a rope tied to the bun in her hair.

In a shady crevice, a red-nosed clown was strumming a banjo in the dark.

Taylor Mali, 56, a poet from Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, held court in front of a Neo-Egyptian-style above-ground sepulcher. Nearby, a DJ was pulsing beats from a glowing booth surrounded by gravestones. Mr. Mali greeted visitors as if he was entertaining in his family home. In a way, he was: his great-great-great-grandfather is buried inside.

He opened the door with a six-inch golden key, revealing several still empty burial places (and a significant number of centipedes); one of them could be a berth for Mr. Mali, if he wishes.

A few years ago, his wife, Rachel Kahan, 46, had located the ancestral burial place, which was only known in family traditions. “I love cemeteries,” she says. “And exclusive real estate.”


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Universal Music is a success https://mp3ar.com/universal-music-is-a-success/ Thu, 23 Sep 2021 14:57:02 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/universal-music-is-a-success/ Sep 25, 2021 A WELCOME TO ROCKSTAR hailed Universal Music Group when it launched on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange on September 21 in the largest European listing of the year. Stunned investors almost threw their panties on the new public company, whose share price ended the day up 36%, valuing the world’s largest record […]]]>

A WELCOME TO ROCKSTAR hailed Universal Music Group when it launched on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange on September 21 in the largest European listing of the year. Stunned investors almost threw their panties on the new public company, whose share price ended the day up 36%, valuing the world’s largest record company at 45 billion euros (53 billion euros). dollars).

It wasn’t that long ago that Universal looked like a flop. In 2013, as digital piracy ravaged the music industry, SoftBank, a Japanese group, made a € 7 billion offer for the label. Vivendi, the French owner of Universal, was deemed mad for turning down the offer. In fact, the decision was inspired. A streaming boom has since halved global recorded music revenues. Two-thirds of last year’s $ 22 billion in sales went to the three “majors”: Universal, Sony Music and Warner Music Group.

The rush of investors owes in part to a shortage of alternative tickets for this hot market. Sony Music is locked in a conglomerate. Warner went public last June, since when its value has increased by half (including a 12% increase on September 21, amid the frenzy of Universal), but its catalog is half the size of that of Universal. The listing of Universal finally gives investors the chance to get their hands on what JPMorgan Chase, a bank, has called a “must-have asset.”

Now, after their run to the top of the charts, the majors face the equivalent of a tough second album. Streaming is approaching saturation point in the rich world. Three in five American households subscribe to a service like Spotify, up from one in five in 2016. DIY audio tools help unsigned artists take a small but growing part of the business. And regulators are asking if labels are giving artists a fair share of the profits from streaming. On September 22, the UK government ordered an investigation into competition in the music industry.

The sustainability of hits will therefore go through the conquest of emerging markets, where incomes are lower (Spotify costs the equivalent of $ 4 per month in South Africa, less than half of what Americans pay), and on ‘granting of music licenses to new media. This year, Universal signed deals with TikTok and Snap, allowing app users to sample clips from Universal’s back catalog in their videos. Future deals with games, streaming and other entertainment platforms are likely. “Fortnite”, an online game, and Roblox, which allows users to create their own games, have already become popular virtual concert venues. Next year ABBA, a troupe of septuagenarians on the books of Universal, will appear in a series of concerts in London as digital “ABBA-the tars ”. As the streaming boom slows down, labels will need new ways to make money, money, money.

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Three Garth Brooks concerts at Croke Park approved by council https://mp3ar.com/three-garth-brooks-concerts-at-croke-park-approved-by-council/ Wed, 22 Sep 2021 23:00:06 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/three-garth-brooks-concerts-at-croke-park-approved-by-council/ Dublin City Council has licensed American country music singer Garth Brooks to perform three concerts in Croke Park, Dublin next year. The local authority confirmed to the Irish Times on Wednesday evening that “compliance approval has recently been granted” for the concerts on September 9, 10 and 11, 2022. The board has stated that the […]]]>

Dublin City Council has licensed American country music singer Garth Brooks to perform three concerts in Croke Park, Dublin next year.

The local authority confirmed to the Irish Times on Wednesday evening that “compliance approval has recently been granted” for the concerts on September 9, 10 and 11, 2022.

The board has stated that the artists relating to the affected proposals are confidential “due to commercial sensitivity at the moment”, but it is understood that the concerts refer to the Garth Brooks concerts.

A request for two other dates, September 16 and 17, 2022, has also been received by the board.

The application was made by Eamon O’Boyle and Associates on behalf of Aiken Promotions (Ireland) for an “outdoor event license” to organize “one or more events, including public entertainment”.

Brooks sold a record five concerts at Croke Park in 2014, which ultimately never happened.

Dublin City Council has rejected plans for two of the concerts following more than 300 objections from local residents.

Brooks then said he would give all five concerts at Croke Park or none.

Neither party was able to come to a compromise, and Brooks canceled all five concerts. Ticketmaster reimbursed the 400,000 affected ticket holders.

Dublin City Council said on Wednesday that the license application for the two additional concerts can be viewed and inspected through the Dublin City Council website.


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Music Production Equipment Market 2021 with Pre-Post COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Product (Solution, Audio, Recording Equipment, Keyboard, Headphones, Software, Others); By Application (Professional, DIY) https://mp3ar.com/music-production-equipment-market-2021-with-pre-post-covid-19-impact-analysis-by-product-solution-audio-recording-equipment-keyboard-headphones-software-others-by-application-professional/ Wed, 22 Sep 2021 13:24:21 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/music-production-equipment-market-2021-with-pre-post-covid-19-impact-analysis-by-product-solution-audio-recording-equipment-keyboard-headphones-software-others-by-application-professional/ Global Music Production Equipment Market: Market Dynamics, Company Profile, Key Drivers and Future Trends Music production equipment has seen persistent growth in recent years and is expected to show a high CAGR during the forecast period. Market Research Store provides a current distributed report on Analysis of Music Production Equipment industry. The report also provides […]]]>

Global Music Production Equipment Market: Market Dynamics, Company Profile, Key Drivers and Future Trends

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The 2021 Rockettes Christmas show in Radio City returns https://mp3ar.com/the-2021-rockettes-christmas-show-in-radio-city-returns/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 18:22:30 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/the-2021-rockettes-christmas-show-in-radio-city-returns/ With summer in the rearview mirror, it’s time to embrace your inner Christmas nerd. The “Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes” is set to return to Radio City Music Hall after a forced hiatus from the COVID-19 pandemic, and it promises it’s back better than ever. The 2021 production, which runs from Nov.5 to […]]]>

With summer in the rearview mirror, it’s time to embrace your inner Christmas nerd.

The “Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes” is set to return to Radio City Music Hall after a forced hiatus from the COVID-19 pandemic, and it promises it’s back better than ever.

The 2021 production, which runs from Nov.5 to Jan.2, 2022, will feature more Rockettes numbers than ever before, organizers say, including the return of the beloved lyrical number “Snow”.

The Rockettes will perform in nine numbers throughout the 90-minute production, “with more complex and different dance styles than ever before,” the show says.

The 2021 "Christmas show with Radio City" Rockettes will feature more Rockettes numbers than ever before, including the return of the lyrical number

To celebrate, the Rockettes are offering a free Instagram Live dance class to teach part of the “Snow” choreography at 5 pm on Tuesday, September 21.

Instagram Live will also give viewers a preview of Gregg Barnes’ costume for the number, which “highlights the individuality of the Rockettes by pairing six different colors with six different patterns, ensuring that each Rockettes costume is completely unique and different.” – just like snowflakes. , and the Rockettes themselves, ”the production said in a press release.

Ice baths and M & Ms:The secrets of the Rockettes revealed

The 2021 "Christmas show with Radio City" Rockettes will feature more Rockettes numbers than ever before, including the return of the beloved lyrical number,

Follow @therockettes on Instagram to connect to Instagram Live.

Visit rockettes.com/christmas for more information on the “Christmas Show” and to purchase tickets, which start at $ 49.

Ilana Keller is an award-winning journalist and longtime New Jersey resident who loves Broadway and really bad puns. She focuses on arts advocacy and education, theater fundraising and more through her column “Sightlines”. Contact us on Twitter: @ilanakeller; ikeller@gannettnj.com



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TikTok owner ByteDance reportedly launched music streaming app in China https://mp3ar.com/tiktok-owner-bytedance-reportedly-launched-music-streaming-app-in-china/ Tue, 21 Sep 2021 03:01:27 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/tiktok-owner-bytedance-reportedly-launched-music-streaming-app-in-china/ TikTok’s parent company ByteDance is reportedly launching a music streaming service in China by the end of the year. According to Chinese media 36Kr, the application is currently in its final stages of development under the provisional name “飞 子 [Fei Yue]”. The team overseeing the development of the service would be the same as […]]]>

TikTok’s parent company ByteDance is reportedly launching a music streaming service in China by the end of the year.

According to Chinese media 36Kr, the application is currently in its final stages of development under the provisional name “飞 子 [Fei Yue]”. The team overseeing the development of the service would be the same as the one behind Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok.

The report also states that Fei Yue has been in the works since 2019, with Alex Zhu, vice president of product and strategy for ByteDance and former head of TikTok leading his development team.

ByteDance reportedly began exploring the music business as early as 2019 and once launched a nationwide music streaming project codenamed ‘W’, which was aborted in mid-2020 after failing due to rights issues. author and product positioning.

The company is reportedly keen to enter into licensing deals with record companies across the country and collaborate with independent artists, whose presence will help distinguish Fei Yue from other offerings in the market.

In March of last year, ByteDance launched music streaming service Resso in India to compete with Spotify and Apple Music.

In July 2021, TechPlanet reported that ByteDance was testing a music distribution service for independent artists called “Galaxy Ark”, which would allow artists to upload videos and songs to a global platform.


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Google iOS 15 Updates: XL Widgets, Focus Mode Support https://mp3ar.com/google-ios-15-updates-xl-widgets-focus-mode-support/ Mon, 20 Sep 2021 19:58:00 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/google-ios-15-updates-xl-widgets-focus-mode-support/ With the launch of iOS 15 and the iPad OS 15, Google today announced a handful of app updates to support the platform’s latest features. This includes the new XL widgets, Focus mode, and Spotlight support. On the Home screen, Google Photos and YouTube Music will deploy extra-large widgets. The streaming service sees album / […]]]>

With the launch of iOS 15 and the iPad OS 15, Google today announced a handful of app updates to support the platform’s latest features. This includes the new XL widgets, Focus mode, and Spotlight support.

On the Home screen, Google Photos and YouTube Music will deploy extra-large widgets. The streaming service sees album / playlist artwork appear on the left, while you get a 4 × 2 grid of additional suggestions on the right. Meanwhile, the Photos widget will display a large landscape image from your library.

Since the launch of iOS 14 last fall, Google has introduced widgets for key apps, with Photos widgets making their way to Android in August as part of renewed interest in Android 12:

Google says its apps will be updated to “work with Focus Mode” as well as “to make notifications as relevant and timely as possible.” You will always receive alerts for Google Maps navigation, task reminders, doorbell notifications, and other important messages from Gmail:

But notifications that aren’t as urgent or don’t require immediate action will go straight to the Notification Center, where you can check them when it’s most convenient for you.

Finally, the results of Google Drive and YouTube Music will appear in the Spotlight search. Google’s iOS 15 updates are rolling out and will be fully available in the coming weeks.

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Apple’s Global Hit Comedy Series “Ted Lasso” Wins 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards, Gaining Historic Victory for Outstanding Comedy Series https://mp3ar.com/apples-global-hit-comedy-series-ted-lasso-wins-2021-primetime-emmy-awards-gaining-historic-victory-for-outstanding-comedy-series/ Mon, 20 Sep 2021 05:41:41 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/apples-global-hit-comedy-series-ted-lasso-wins-2021-primetime-emmy-awards-gaining-historic-victory-for-outstanding-comedy-series/ September 19, 2021 PRESS RELEASE Apple’s Global Hit Comedy Series “Ted Lasso” Wins Historic Outstanding Comedy Series Victory at 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards Apple TV + becomes first streaming service in history to win Best Program award in second year of eligibility “Ted Lasso” Receives Seven Awards as Apple TV + Wins 11 Emmy Awards […]]]>


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Here’s How To Live Stream The Emmys Tonight https://mp3ar.com/heres-how-to-live-stream-the-emmys-tonight/ Sun, 19 Sep 2021 21:01:09 +0000 https://mp3ar.com/heres-how-to-live-stream-the-emmys-tonight/ There will certainly be both drama and comedy at the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, which will primarily be an in-person edition of the show. Hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, comedian and star of CBS ” The Neighborhood ‘, the awards will be presented Sunday night in Los Angeles in front of a limited audience, […]]]>

There will certainly be both drama and comedy at the 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, which will primarily be an in-person edition of the show. Hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, comedian and star of CBS ” The Neighborhood ‘, the awards will be presented Sunday night in Los Angeles in front of a limited audience, and will honor the pandemic era TV shows that got us through lockdown .

At what time do the festivities start?

The ceremony begins at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time, 5:00 p.m. Pacific time. On television, CBS is the official broadcaster. If you have a cable connection, you can watch online through cbs.com, or if you’re a CBS subscriber, through the CBS app.

The show will also air live and on demand on the Paramount + streaming service, which is one of the cheapest options to stream the Emmys. Paramount + offers a one-week free trial or is available from $ 5 per month. Other live streaming services that also offer channel access include Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, or FuboTV. All require subscriptions starting at $ 65 per month, although many offer free trials.

Is there a red carpet?

This year’s attendees will still have the chance to walk a red carpet, albeit limited with only a dozen media. The cable channel E! will have pre-show entertainment and then red carpet coverage starting at 4:30 p.m. EST. Live streams of the red carpet will be available on the People and Entertainment Weekly websites from 7 p.m.

Who will present?

Some of the 50 or so stars expected to hand out statuettes include Annaleigh Ashford, Awkwafina, Stephen Colbert, Misty Copeland, Michael Douglas, Ava DuVernay and Taraji P. Henson, Gayle King, Daniel Levy, Eugene Levy, LL Cool J, Annie Murphy, Catherine O’Hara, Dolly Parton, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Patrick Stewart and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Reggie Watts, frontman on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”, will serve as DJ for the evening, and R&B artist Leon Bridges and Jon Batiste from “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” will perform an “In Memoriam” special ”Song written by Bridges.


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