Argentine artists commemorate Turkish poet Aşık Veysel

Buenos Aires Yunus Emre Institute has brought together Argentine artists in a project to commemorate highly-regarded Turkish folk poet Aşık Veysel with his poems on the 50th anniversary of his death.

Within the scope of the project carried out by the institute, musicians performed the work of the great artist "Uzun İnce Bir Yoldayım" with their local instruments.

Queen Tribute | Athens | July 3

Top tribute band Majesty Queen returns to Athens for a show at the CT Garden Theater ( with crowd-rousing hits by the iconic British rock-pop band. Stepping into the role of the legendary Freddie Mercury is Rob Lea. Tickets range from 15 to 40 euros and can be purchased online at or by phone on 11876. Queen-inspired outfits are encouraged!

Kraftwerk | Athens | July 16

Radical electronica pioneers Kraftwerk promise an audiovisual extravaganza at one of the world's most iconic ancient theaters, the Herod Atticus at the Acropolis. The Dusseldorf-based outfit, which helped popularize the innovative genre after breaking out in the 1970s, has continued to make inroads ever since.

Joyce DiDonato | Athens | May 30

Multi-Grammy Award winner Joyce DiDonato will be gracing the stage of the Athens Concert Hall ( as part of her tour with her new project, "Eden," described by the American mezzo as "an overture to contemplate the sheer perfection of the world around us." For the show, the famously theatrical DiDonato joins forces with the orchestra Il Pomo d'Oro and French director Marie Lambert-Le B

Eurovision fashion: Some of the contest's most iconic looks

Since 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest has provided catchy tunes, cheesy pop and bombastic anthems — but also some eye-catching fashion.

One of the most memorable competitors in Eurovision history was heavy metal band Lordi, who donned monster prosthetics and won for Finland in 2006 with "Hard Rock Hallelujah."

'Very happy' Ed Sheeran wins US copyright trial

British pop phenom Ed Sheeran expressed joy and relief Thursday after a US jury found he did not plagiarize Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" in composing his hit "Thinking Out Loud," calling the ruling a win for creative freedom.

The English musician hugged his team inside a Manhattan federal courtroom after jurors ruled that he had "independently" created his 2014 song.