• Entertainment News

    • A conversation with TONY LEVIN of King Crimson

      HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  Tony Levin is currently a member of the bands King Crimson, Peter Gabriel Band, Stick Men, Levin Brothers His most notable bass playing albums and tours have been with Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Buddy Rich, Peter Frampton, Gotye, Carly Simon, Judy Collins, […]

    • Thee Legendary Midniters’ Jimmy Espinoza

      HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  When you think of Old School authentic Chicano soul music the first name that comes to mind is Thee Midniters. The band was one of the first Chicano (Mexican-American) rock bands to have a major hit in the United States and without question one of the best known acts to […]

    • Sir Paul McCartney fired a rifle at two reporters in 1969

      By Roger W. Morgan EXCLUSIVE – In his own words LOS ANGELES (Herald de Paris) – In 1969 I was working in Omaha when the rumor came out that Paul McCartney may be dead. I thought, “Oh my gosh! What a big story for a morning guy on the radio to talk about!” We took […]

    • World Exclusive: Icon “Charo” joins Dancing with the Stars

      HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  Only a few people in show business are recognized by just one name. Charo is one of those people. A virtuoso guitarist, singer, composer, actress and comedienne, Charo is an American music and pop-culture icon. She just told, Herald de Paris Consulting Editor, Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, “Im so happy to […]

    • Richmond International Film Festival adds Music and Starts This Week

      RICHMOND (Herald de Paris) — Richmond International Film Festival (RIFF) starts on Monday, 27 February and runs through 5 March, 2017. One of the largest international competitive film festivals in the Mid-Atlantic region, the festival brings more than 150 cutting edge films to the Virginia region. In a nod to Austin’s SXSW, music has now been added to the festival line up – so expect to see some lively and known and pioneering new music from many ranges of the musical spectrum. The fun Southern swing/Dixieland inspired music of the Dharma Bombs caught our eye.
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      Respected industry panels feature throughout the festival such as one with noted Entertainment Lawyer Kirk Schroder. Q&A’s with the likes of special guest French actress Irene Jacob, who stars in Tales of Mexico, and performing in her duo with her brother later that evening. Panels throughout the festival and … (Click READ MORE below, to continue)

    • INTERVIEW: 10,000 Maniacs founding bass player Steven Gustafson

      By Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez and Belinda Quesada HOLLYWOOD (Herald de Paris) —  One of the most critically acclaimed bands of the last three decades, 10,000 Maniacs were founded by Robert Buck, Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, John Lombardo and Natalie Merchant in the fall of 1981. Jerry Augustyniak joined in 1983. Together with artists like […]


    Art and Culture

    • Sassan Behnam Bakhtiar

      Sassan Behnam Bakhtiar may be the new kid on the block, but his works have already been sold by Christie’s auction house, alongside those by the reputable Parviz Tanavoli, Shirin Neshat, Farhad Moshiri, Reza Derakhshani, Charles Hossein Zenderoudi and many more. The latest to sell was his portrait of Soraya Esfandiari Bakhtiari – a member […]

    • Winners and losers in Capital of Culture

      Splendour and misery have been close neighbours in Marseille for 2,600 years. And last year, when the Phoenician city was the European Capital of Culture, was no exception. Read More

    • Eastern spirit in western watercolours

      Davide Benati is unmistakable. The distinctive mark of the painter from Reggio Emilia is his large watercolours. The Riviera Times spoke to the artist about his history and exclusive work with the Marlborough Gallery in Monaco. Read More