Tina Benitez-Eves

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Tina Benitez-Eves

Tina began covering music professionally in the ’90s as a reporter for the Village Voice in New York. A journalist for more than two decades, she has worked as staff editor and freelance writer covering entertainment, art, pop culture, food, wine, spirits, health, travel and more. Throughout it all, music has always been a constant in her life… and work. Her words have appeared in Billboard, Men’s Journal, Wine Spectator, and other local and national newspapers, magazines, and online publications. Based in New York City, Tina is currently working on her first book and can be found at @tbeves on Instagram.​

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Phil Collins and Genesis Sell Portion of Music Catalogs for $300 Million

Phil Collins and Genesis bandmates Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford have agreed to sell their publishing copyrights and “a mix of recorded music-income streams” to Concord Music Group for a deal reportedly valued at more than $300 million. The deal includes the publishing rights for Genesis, as well as a portion of the group’s recorded More

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5 Songs You Didn’t Know Jackson Browne Wrote for Other Artists

In a career spanning more than five decades, Jackson Browne‘s lyrical offerings span human emotion, connection, politics, and beyond. Getting his start by performing in folk clubs in Los Angeles and Orange County as a teen in the 1960s writing “These Days”—a song that would later be recorded by Velvet Underground chanteuse Nico—Jackson Browne went More

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5 Songs You Didn’t Know Billie Joe Armstrong Wrote for Other Artists

Billie Joe Armstrong once asked his guitar teacher “How do you write a song?” “All he said was, ‘It’s verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, verse, chorus,’” said Armstrong, ‘”mix it up any way you want.’” Taking that advice and running with it on hits, “When I Come Around,” “She,” “Longview,” “Basket Case,” “American Idiot,” and More

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Nile Rodgers Gets Asteroid Named After Him for 70th Birthday

Nilerodgers (191911) is nearly 300 million miles away from earth, takes just under six years to complete one full orbit, and now belongs to musician Nile Rodgers. The Chic founder was honored with the namesake asteroid to mark his 70th birthday on Sept. 19, 2022. The unique gift was arranged by Rodgers’ friend, Simon Lowery, More

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