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Justin Timberlake first graced the MTV Video Music Award stage with his *NSYNC crew 14 years ago, but he’s only just beginning to reach his prime. With one of the year’s best-selling albums, two sold-out […]
You may have heard Jessie Ware’s breakout single “Wildest Moments” in the latest Durex condoms advertisement, but you may be unaware (just like she was) that their new Soundsation vibration system plays her song when you turn it on! OK, that’s a complete and total lie.
Katy reveals that she’s just as human as the rest of us and needs some quality time to devote solely to herself – body and mind. Interestingly enough, one of Katy’s favorite things to do to unwind happens right in our backyard.
“The A-Team” singer stopped by the Fresh 102.7 studios to woo—I mean, chat with—Kim about his most recent successes, touring with Taylor Swift and some of his least favorite nicknames.
Musician, street meat enthusiast, and possible feature on a future “Cops” episode, Gavin DeGraw, stopped by Fresh 102.7 in NYC to chat with Jim & Kim about his new single, upcoming tour and few of his favorite things here in the Big Apple.
The Plain White T’s have traveled all over the world playing music for a variety of people. And with that, comes a variety of things thrown at the band onstage.
Matt Hires, the man behind toe-tappers like “Honey Let Me Sing You A Song,” and sweet, somber melodies like “Tangled Web” stopped by the Fresh 102.7’s studio to talk about how he recently changed his sound thanks to a faulty part of his car.
The great thing about New York City is everything, at one point or another, used to be something else. The building on the corner that houses hundreds of people could have been a clinic used […]
It’s the initial dream as a kid, a growing goal as an adult and the ultimate payoff for every musician: Get. On. The. Radio. Whether you ask newcomers or seasoned artists, the answers are always insightful and entertaining when they are posed the question, “How did you feel when you first heard your music on the radio?”