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Merck Mercuriadis adds to portfolio with hits including ‘Heart of Glass’ and ‘Call Me’
A socially distanced crowd gathered for the first night but the high-octane production is also impressive on screen
Since it was a hit in 1968, many singers — including the big beasts of the larynx — have tackled this daunting song
Crunch time has arrived for orchestras and operas with many companies moving to pay-per-view
The Dublin band’s tendency towards the propulsive and often somewhat doomy is accentuated on their second album