“Jesus Christ Superstar” live-stream: How to watch NBC's big Easter concert without a TV

“Jesus Christ Superstar” live-stream: How to watch NBC's big Easter concert without a TV

While some theater geeks (like me) would say the trend has run its course—especially after Fox's dismal Christmas Story Live in December—NBC is hoping for a miraculous resurrection of the genre tonight with Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert. The much-anticipated adaptation of Andr
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N Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends peace pop concert

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju were among the hundreds in Pyongyang on Sunday watching South Korean K-pop singers perform in the North for the first time in more than a decade as tensions between the two countries thaw. It was the first time a North Korean leader had
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Triple concerts set new standard

Promoters had been forced to sit up and take notice when fans snapped up 35,000 tickets to a Fleetwood Mac concert scheduled for a Wednesday in Dunedin in 2015, he said. But Ed Sheeran's run of Dunedin concerts had taken that success to “another level”, and would open new doors to other major
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Kim Jong-un attends South Korean concert in Pyongyang

The concert on Sunday was delayed by 80 minutes after Kim made the decision to attend the event in the North Korean unexpectedly, the Korea Herald reported. About 120 dancers, musicians, technicians and martial artists arrived in Pyongyang on Saturday for two concerts – in a reciprocal visit after t
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Masta Ace Performs “Born to Roll,” “Story of Me” and More for NPR Tiny Desk Concert

Masta Ace still has it. On Friday (March 30), the Brooklyn MC and Juice Crew member stopped by NPR to perform on their Tiny Desk concert series giving fans a trip down memory lane. Backed by a live band, the BK rhymer performs three tracks from three different time periods in his career. He starts
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North Korea's Kim Attends Pyongyang K-Pop Concert

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un and his wife attended a concert of South Korean singers, commonly called K-pop, performing at a rare event in Pyongyang on Sunday. After the concert, which lasted more than two hours, Kim met the stars and took pictures with them backstage. It was the first time in
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