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Carrboro City Cancels 2021 Carrboro Music Festival As COVID-19 Cases Rise

The city of Carrboro has canceled the 2021 Carrboro Music Festival, citing a growing number of COVID-19 cases, according to an announcement Monday. The annual festival was scheduled for September 25-26 at more than 20 venues in downtown Carrboro. “While we are all disappointed, the reactions I have seen from …

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Could the next Austin City Limits Music Festival event be canceled?

Could the next Austin City Limits Music Festival event be canceled? New guidelines have left Austin festivals like Bat Fest and the Pecan Street Festival canceled because the city refused their special event permits. AUSTIN, Texas – The Pecan Street Festival and Bat Fest were each canceled recently after the …

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Music streaming subscriptions reach $ 4.6 million amid streaming boom, RIAA reports

Top line The music industry is rebounding in 2021, with increased revenues from CD and vinyl sales – which were hit in 2020 by forced store closings due to the pandemic – and an increase in streaming, which has become the main source of income for artists and record labels …

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Blues Fest Draws Music Lovers to Downtown Bluefield | New

BLUEFIELD – Fans from as far away as Ohio and South Carolina came to downtown Bluefield on Saturday for the blues music served by the 2021 Bluefield Blues Festival. Commerce Street was closed on Saturday for a blues concert featuring singer, songwriter and guitarist Samantha Fish as well as bands …

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Easton Musician to Share Musical Talent in 9/11 Themed Broadway Show

News 12 Staff 08 Sep 2021, 23:53 Updated: 08 Sep 2021, 23:53 A musician from Easton packs his instrument and heads to Manhattan to take part in the 9/11 themed show “Come From Away”. Being part of a Broadway show has always been a dream of musician Carl Carter. “I …

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Here are the main concerts around Chicago – NBC Chicago

Outdoor music festivals continue this Labor Day weekend and into September with major concerts throughout the Chicago area over the next few days. Due to the latest recommendations from health authorities, some festivals have updated COVID-19 protocols for spectators. Here’s a list of what you need to know about music …

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Swedish superstars ABBA set to unveil ‘sensational’ musical comeback

Published on: 02/09/2021 – 04:22Amended: 02/09/2021 – 04:20 London (AFP) They have vowed never to reform, much to the disappointment of their legions of fans. But nearly four decades after their disbandment, Swedish superstars ABBA were to announce a collaboration on Thursday for a “sensational comeback.” Almost as famous for …

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KISS Guitarist Tommy Thayer Joins Oregon Music Hall of Fame

PORTLAND, Oregon (Portland Tribune) – It was a ‘blessed’ experience for Tommy Thayer as guitarist of the legendary rock ‘n’ roll band KISS – 20 years of touring around the world and playing alongside Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley as “The Spaceman “in the group known for their make-up, costumes …

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Courtney Stodden opens up about engagement, cyberbullying, music and more before her birthday: “I’m a ‘bada– survivor’

It’s been a year that made headlines for Courtney Stodden. The star, who turns 27 on August 29, spoke exclusively to Fox News to reflect on the life-changing events of the past year. To name a few: going out as non-binary, accepting a marriage proposal, and sounding the alarm bells …

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Rock band Aerosmith and Universal Music Group sign alliance deal

PARIS, August 23 (Reuters) – Hard rock band Aerosmith and Universal Music Group (UMG) have announced that they have signed a strategic and global alliance agreement, through which the entire catalog of recorded music from Aerosmith is transferred to UMG before the 50th anniversary of the group and the IPO …

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Invictus Forever Launches Movement and Music Programs at MetroWest YMCA – Framingham SOURCE

FRAMINGHAM – Invictus Forever, a non-profit association supporting children and adults with disabilities, recently launched a Movement to music and fitness program. The first of this monthly 5-part program took place on Sunday August 15th at the MetroWest YMCA in Framingham. Sessions for youth and teens / adults were held …

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Krystle Bascombe Brings Global Experience to Reform Generation Music Platform

Characteristics Carol Quash 5 hours ago Krystle Bascombe launched Reform Generation (ReGen) a platform through which people can access music and arts education. Photo Courtesy of Krystle Bascombe – Krystle Bascombe has traveled the world as a full-time musician for over 20 years, sharing the stage with local, regional and …

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NetEase shelves $ 1 billion Chinese IPO for music streaming service

Photo credit: NetEase NetEase has put aside its billion dollar IPO plans following the Big Tech crackdown in China. NetEase has sought to offer an IPO in Hong Kong of its music streaming service, Cloud Village. But due to the volatile conditions surrounding China’s relationship with tech companies, the company …

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Market days return with music and dancing to celebrate LGBTQ pride

NORTHALSTED – Market days returned this weekend after a year of absence due to the coronavirus pandemic. Crowds of people filled the streets of Northalsted to celebrate the festival, which turned into a celebration of LGBTQ pride. The festival was not without controversy, as Howard Brown called for more coronavirus …

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Live music returning to Mann Center this weekend for HoagieNation 2021 – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Live music returns to the Mann Center this weekend for HoagieNation 2021, presented by Dietz & Watson. It’s a celebration of the music of Philly and, of course, the hoagies of Philly, and CBS3 is proud to sponsor all the fun and food. About 9,000 guests are …

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District B candidate Rella Zapletal puts on the music for change at campaign launch event (sponsored)

Rella Zapletal’s District B campaign launch event raised funds for local musicians. At the Zony Mash Beer Project, supporting New Orleans musicians and artists is a daily concern. And on July 29, support for concert workers, artists, musicians and culture bearers was fully visible during candidate Rella Zapletal’s campaign launch …

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community music school intern helps share stories from Rowan artists and school programs | Rowan today

It has been a busy summer for Rowan’s Community Music School (CMS), which showcased existing programs while preparing for a vibrant new season in the fall. According to director Elizabeth Guerriero, an “invaluable” asset during this time came through a match made through the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) internship …

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Food trucks, shipwrecks, music, arts, karts, Notes register

Food Truck Party Two dozen food trucks will be heading to the Cape Cod Fairgrounds on Saturday August 7 from noon to 5 p.m. to eat, drink, have fun and more. In addition to trucks, participants will find over 50 craft beers, family activities and lawn games. Here is a …

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Music from notoriously hateful Japanese composer Koichi Sugiyama opens Tokyo Olympics in latest blunder

TOKYO — The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, which are meant to celebrate the world’s diversity and harmony, have been plagued by scandals — and COVID-19. They have come to symbolize xenophobia, discrimination and cruelty – and on Friday night we can add homophobia and historical revisionism to the …

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Where is the live music in Petaluma?

THURSDAY Coastal highway Sonoma County’s Coast Highway is a powerful trio led by singer-songwriter Rick Carlson, with Jason Villa on bass and mandolin and Ryan Barrett on guitar. The trio play the best of favorite rock, blues, and country with a handful of Americana (and original Carlson songs). Catch them …

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Music therapy comes to Pennsylvania healthcare workers struggling with their mental health

(WKBN) – This pandemic has created mental health challenges, especially for many healthcare workers. Now, the State of Pennsylvania is launching a new initiative to help. Many healthcare workers who have been involved in the management of COVID-19 patients have said they are exhausted, depressed, have symptoms of post-traumatic stress …

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WonderStruck Festival to Kick Northeast Ohio’s Return to Big Live Music Events

KIRTLAND, Ohio – With the live music industry on hold for much of 2020 and into early 2021, the Elevation Festivals team was busy planning the WonderStruck Music Festival. Postponed and then canceled in 2020, the event was set for July 24 and 25, 2021 in the hope that coronavirus …

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Music Marketplace Breakr raises $ 4.2 million funding round, highlighting the power of collaborations between musicians and creators

The black-owned music marketing platform’s latest round of funding will support the growth of its market for creators, labels, brands, and more. ATLANTA, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Breakr, a rapidly growing music marketing platform, announced today that it has $ 4.2 million in seed funding to meet …

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Destin ‘Morning Trips’ group attracts nation’s attention for music

DESTIN, Florida (WKRG) – “Morning Trips” is a local group from Florida that has recently made a name for itself. While the past year hasn’t been the easiest for the newly formed band, they are making music that has touched people across the country. Lead singer Brady Lynch as well …

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Live music returns to Mohegan Sun Arena – NBC Connecticut

Live music is back at Mohegan Sun Arena starting this Sunday. The arena opened its doors for its first public concert since the winter of 2020 with health and safety measures, including certain limitations on the catering service. Mohegan Sun Arena was open in a limited capacity for private events …

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Britney Spears threatens to quit music industry as she responds to criticism

American singer Britney Spears is once again speaking out against her tutelage. Turning to her Instagram with a long post, the Toxic The singer, 39, opened up about her criticism when sharing a photo that read: “Take me as I am or kiss my [expletive] [expletive] and walk on Legos …

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‘Music Under the Stars’ 2021 Presents Hunterdon Harmonizers

TOWNSHIP OF READINGTON – The Hunterdon Harmonizers will perform in the annual “Music Under the Stars” concert series on July 22. The event was canceled last year due to the pandemic. “We are delighted to participate,” said Rusty Williams, one of the Hunterdon Harmonizers. The show will take place at …

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Miami-bred gospel music recording artist minister Edward Rhodes to honor his mentors

Minister Edward Rhodes, whose single “Down in My Soul” from the Ingram Singers’ 1993 Stellar Award nominated album “Make My Heart Your Home” topped the gospel music charts, returns to his hometown more later this month to do a live recording. Mr. World “CELEBRATES” So many times when young people …

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Beloved music teacher, former Cincy Ballet pianist dies after cancer battle

SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WXIX) – An educator and former Cincinnati Ballet pianist is fondly remembered for her love of music and worship after her death from cancer. Della Enns taught at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy for 20 years. School staff say she has helped shape hundreds of minds with her …

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Long Beach appeals to son of longtime music director to succeed him as municipal conductor – Press Telegram

The Long Beach Municipal Group is unlikely to agree until August, if that is the case, but progress has been made recently – notably, with Kurt Curtis becoming the apparent successor to his father, the late Larry Curtis, as musical director. Contracts are underway for the young Curtis to become …

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The Department of Music welcomes three new singing faculties

Photos submitted Counterclockwise from top right: Lauren Clare, Lenora Green and Jonathan Stinson. The Music Department at Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences is proud to welcome three new vocal teachers to the University of Arkansas. These individuals bring a range of experience and research to the Department of Music …

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2 food trucks stolen in a week; Music City Gyros owners think they’re targeted

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Music City Gyros co-owners report they had two food trucks stolen in a week, both from a parking lot on Donelson Pike. RELATED: Donelson Pike steals $ 70,000 food truck On Monday, News 2 reported on the first food truck stolen from Music City Gyros which, …

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Luther College graduate “promotes peace through music” in Mongolia | Securities

Temuulen Erdenebulgan ’21 uses music to promote peace and create safe spaces for children in his home country, Mongolia. Erdenebulgan was shortlisted for a Davis Projects for Peace 2020 grant for his project titled “Promoting Peace Through Music: Music is the Language of Magic”. His project was delayed for a …

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Saint-Vincent’s journey into musical memory

Saint-Vincent, 2020. (Photo by Emma McIntyre / Getty Images for the Recording Academy) To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as $ 2 per month! Thank you for signing up The nationthe weekly bulletin of. Thank you for signing up. For more than The nation, see our …

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Miley Cyrus & Courtney Love Show Support For Britney Spears With Music | Entertainment

Miley Cyrus chanted “Free Britney” during her show in Las Vegas on Sunday (04.07.21). The 28-year-old singer performed at the opening of Resorts World in Sin City and adjusted the lyrics to her song ‘Party in the USA’ to show her support for the hitmaker ‘Toxic’, who recently spoke about …

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Chesapeake Music to Host Summer Jazz Concert with Alison Crockett (copy) | Arts and entertainment

EASTON – Chesapeake Music has announced their summer jazz concert with singer and pianist Alison Crockett on August 7 at their new and newly renovated Ebenezer Theater at 17 South Washington Street in Easton. The concert starts at 8 p.m. Crockett will perform his show “Echoes of an Era” featuring …

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Ambridge Music Museum opens to the public | Pennsylvania News

By SCOTT TADY, ​​Beaver County Times AMBRIDGE, Pa. (AP) – Skyliners, Vogues, Bobby Vinton, Perry Como. Jaggerz, Granatis, Lou Christie, BE Taylor. Les Marcel, Henry Mancini, Norm Nardini, Etta Cox, Donnie Iris … the list goes on. If these musicians have written or performed songs you care about, consider a …

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“Music is life”: local hip-hop artist releases single on La Jolla

Drawing on a variety of musical influences, local hip-hop artist The Toven has released a new single titled “La Jolla”, inspired by the many neighborhoods and characteristics of the community. The song is about “The Jewel,” said The Toven. “[I] tried to let the music do the talking [and] paint …

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Christian McCaffrey takes the stage with country music star Zach Bryan at The Fillmore in Charlotte

His music is by no means what you would describe as mainstream country, and it stuck with McCaffrey as soon as he heard Bryan’s “Heading South” for the first time. In the video, Bryan sits by a campfire, singing the lyrics he wrote with his eyes closed and voice crackling, …

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Music on the Wellsville Lawn is back this year | New

WELLSVILLE – Dave Miller was the first performer to honor the Music on the Lawn scene since 2019 and the first musician of the 25th anniversary of the summer music series. Due to COVID-19 – like many other events in the past year – the annual summer concert series in …

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Retired caterer remembers cooking for music legends

Cookbook is the behind-the-scenes pass to the greatest acts in history FOX 13 News ST. PETERSBURG, Florida – For decades, Midge Trubey had an all-access pass as a caterer working for music legends. “Ray Charles was probably one of the biggest feelings for me because I grew up playing the …

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New Summer Concert Series, Music in the Park, Kicks Off Tuesday in Lowville | Arts and entertainment

LOWVILLE – A new summer concert series, Music in the Park, kicks off Tuesday at the Village Veterans Park bandstand. Kicking off the weekly series will be popular country group The Nelson Brothers. “I wanted them to open the show because they have a phenomenal audience in Lewis County,” said …

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Triple Threat – Twin Cities

“Welcome back,” cooed the ushers as members of the public poured into Orchestra Hall on Friday night, for a season finale that showcased the multiple talents of music director Osmo Vänskä. Three specific talents were on display as Vänskä played the clarinet, debuted in a new composition, and conducted. It …

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Audience, music returns at the Redlands Bowl – Redlands Daily Facts

Laughs and a light breeze precede the return of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival to in-person concerts in Redlands on Friday, June 25, 2021. Performances from last season, and part of this season, were online only due to precautions against coronaviruses. The 2021 festival continues until August 13. (Photo …

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Food, music and culture in South County this weekend

There’s a lot going on in South County this first full weekend of summer, something to suit everyone. Thursday evening on the 24the, Wickford Harbor Lights is hosting their free School’s Out for Summer event for the whole family, with music and food trucks for everyone, from 5 pm until …

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New Jersey music teacher charged with alleged sexual assault on young college student during classes in Bergen County – NBC New York

What there is to know A 57-year-old married music teacher faces sexual assault charges against a young student he taught music to, the Bergen County District Attorney’s Office said on Wednesday. Fernando Valladares, from Kearny, was arrested for sexual assault through sexual contact and endangering the well-being of a child. …

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It’s not just music festivals that are suffering | Festivals

Art festivals in cities across Britain are suffering just as much as music festivals (summer festivals are crying out for help – but curators won’t hear it, June 20). The one in Wirksworth, Derbyshire, which has been taking place for over 30 years, focuses on an ‘urban journey’ of over …

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Waterbury kicks off summer season with International Music Day celebrations

WATERBURY, Connecticut (WTNH) – Cities around the world and Connecticut kick off summer Monday with Make Music Day. We were in Waterbury where the city is celebrating. Marching bands, bagpipers and groups of people perform throughout the city. In front of the town hall, we caught a group playing on …

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Global Film and Music Market Report 2021: Impact and Recovery of COVID-19 through 2030

DUBLIN, June 21, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Film and Music Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global film and music market is expected to grow from $ 289.13 billion in 2020 to $ 308.97 billion in 2021 …

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World Music Day | Arjun Kanungo: From a business point of view, musicians are not treated as fairly as they should be

Singer-actor Arjun Kanungo believes that while much has changed for independent artists in the music business, fairness and full transparency are still lacking. “I want to see more equity for artists. From a business point of view, we are not treated as fairly as we should be, ”he laments, while …

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In-person walks, music and reflection as Americans celebrate Juneteenth

ATLANTA / CHICAGO, June 19 (Reuters) – On Saturday, the United States marks June 17 for the first time as a federal holiday commemorating the end of legal slavery of black Americans. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday signed a bill making Juneteenth the eleventh federally …

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Make Music Madison arrives Monday in private walkways, public parks and street corners | Music

Barb Brodhagen’s front yard on West Shore Drive will come alive with free musical performances on Monday as part of Make Music Madison, the annual citywide celebration of music. AMBER ARNOLD, STATE JOURNAL On Monday, Barb Brodhagen and Jim Beane open their own concert hall – in their front yard. …

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Hundreds of people return to Old Settlers Day music festival for the first time in two years

ROCKTON, Ill. (WIFR) – For the first time in two years, Settlers Park is turning into an amusement park, but there were a plethora of challenges to overcome to make it happen. “We have some big country stars this year and we can’t wait to open up,” said Old Settlers …

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Weekend Ticket: Grammy Nominated Music, Bikes & More | New

Roots music powerhouse Amythyst Kiah is set to perform Grammy-nominated music at the Abbeville Opera House at 8 p.m. Friday. Fans of independent Lakelands music may be familiar with Amythyst Kiah from previous performances as part of the Music on Maxwell listening room series. A native of Tennessee, Amythyst Kiah …

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Area summer music festivals go virtual, while Dallas Symphony and Dallas Opera expand reach online

PianoTexas of Fort Worth features live performances, but two other summer series will focus entirely on virtual concerts. Meanwhile, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Dallas Opera House continue to expand their online offerings. Based at Texas Christian University, this festival provides training and performance opportunities for young students, piano …

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Trib chats with Brazilian music pioneer Sergio Mendes about new PBS documentary

The 1960s are remembered as a decade with dramatic cultural changes to a rock music soundtrack. But psychedelic rock wasn’t the only music rocking the American pop scene in the 1960s. Perhaps Eartha Kitt put it best when she featured a pioneering Brazilian jazz musician and his unique fusion band …

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New York Museum’s latest exhibit is dedicated to the impact of ’80s music

Take an exuberant look at 1980s music in New York City at a new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. The show examines this era of transformation through the lens of emerging musical genres and the influence they have played on New York’s larger cultural landscape. …

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Commission assists music projects in rural New Mexico counties

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – The pandemic has wreaked havoc across many industries, including the arts and music. But the state has a plan to fix it. New Mexico summer camps maintain safe COVID practices in accordance with new CDC guidelines “Sarah is right, you have to vibrate faster,” New Mexico …

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Summer fun and the arts 2021: Music – Twin Cities

Slowly but surely, live music is returning to the Twin Cities. The biggest arenas and stadiums in the metro won’t have much to offer, however. Fans have two options: Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy (August 23; Target Field; $ 650- $ 134.50) and Daryl Hall and John Oates …

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Listening to music near bedtime can disrupt sleep, here’s why

Most people listen to music throughout the day and often near bedtime to relax. But can it really affect your sleep? New study suggests it may actually disrupt your sleep! When sleepy researcher Michael Scullin, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor University, realized he was waking up …

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Chicago to close 3 main streets for eating and listening to music this summer – NBC Chicago

Chicago will close three of its busiest streets this summer to make way for alfresco dining and live music, officials said, in a bid to bring the city back to life after the financial burden of the COVID-19 pandemic . Michigan Avenue, LaSalle Street and State Street will all close …

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Here are all the new music to jam this weekend

With more and more music released every day, it’s almost an impossible task to keep track of all the songs you love. From pop and hip-hop to the alternative to K-pop and country, the choices available seem endless – but no need to worry. Chron is here for you. Here …

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‘Songs and Stories’ mixes music, history | New

A new series seeks to blend local history and live music in downtown Gallatin. Songs and Stories at Historic Stonewall will take place on the second Saturday of each month from June through August. Each performance in the series will take place in the courtyard outside the historic house, located …

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Tri-State Happenings: outdoor music, jazz and art for this weekend | New

As the pandemic continues to evolve and the city, region and nation become more open, attending and supporting live events benefits everyone. Here’s what’s happening in all three states over the next few days. The outdoor Pullman Square summer concert series continues on Thursday evening June 10. Taking place every …

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Sunday in the park, the June musical series continues at Academy Park

The Williamson County Department of Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is proud to host a free musical series this summer on the outdoor multi-use grounds of the Williamson County Performing Arts Center in Academy Park, 112 Everbright Avenue in Franklin. The performances will take place on Sunday evening; June 13 and …

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Van Gogh exhibition to open in former Amoeba music building in July – CBS Los Angeles

HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – The Immersive Van Gogh exhibition is scheduled to open on July 31 in the former Amoeba Music building on Sunset Boulevard, organizers said on Tuesday. “Former Amoeba Music is an iconic Los Angeles venue with a rich history in music, arts and entertainment and the Immersive Van …

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Carolina Performing Arts and UNC Music Department Collaborate on Compose Carolina Series

Carolina Performing Arts, in conjunction with the UNC Music Department, will host its second annual Compose Carolina Series in July, which will feature the work of members of the UNC community virtually. The series will consist of four sessions, each featuring original musical scores written by UNC students or alumni …

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The Well-O-Rama Music Festival and Games are returning to downtown Wellington!

Kallie Cooper, Wellington Colorado Main Street Program The historic event that introduced a whole new generation to slippers is making its post-COVID comeback! The Well-O-Rama Music and Games Festival, to be held at Centennial Park on Saturday, August 7, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event will host three …

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Music, documentary celebrating Brunswick colleges

BRUNSWICK, Ohio – It’s not every day that you get the chance to attend the world premiere of a musical composition. This is exactly what happened on Friday (June 4) when “A New Beginning” debuted at Brunswick Middle School, preceded by a documentary on the history of the three buildings …

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Muskogee’s Okie: Music is in Diggs’ Blood | Lifestyles

Kenneth Diggs always seemed drawn to music. “When I was 3 years old, if I’m not mistaken, my great-grandmother and my mother bought my sister and my brother an acoustic piano,” recalls Diggs. “Every time they got off the piano, after their lessons, I would go and listen by ear …

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Mike Preston and Kim Curry to perform Music for Mavis concert

Music for Mavis Tuesdays at the Gazebo will feature country duo Mike Preston and Kim Curry at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 8 at the Turner Public Library on Matthew’s Way in Turner. Curry is a talented singer, who vocally leads The Nashville Express for 10 years every Friday and …

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Mercedes-Benz integrates Apple Music into MBUX

Apple Music joins Amazon Music, Spotify and Tidal by being natively integrated into MBUX. Mercedes-Benz Mercedes MBUX infotainment system is among our favorites to use. It is powerful, responsive and thanks to its excellent natural speech recognition it is easy to use while driving. Now that is improving, as MBUX …

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Free outdoor classical music “Carnival” and community

Portland, Maine, June 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – More than 20 arts organizations and local restaurants will be featured in A Dream of a summer night, a free carnival-style concert and community celebration for all ages in Portland Maine on Friday, June 11, 2021. The free carnival-style concert kicks off …

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Live music returns to The Auricle in Canton with summer concerts

TOWNSHIP – Josh Brewer was standing inside the Auricle one recent morning, the music club vacant and quiet. A stage and an enhanced sound system were inactive. The same was true for the bar, where patrons haven’t sat down and ordered beer or watched a rock show since May 2020 …

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Marietta’s music in the park will begin on Thursday

MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) – Marietta’s annual summer musical series, Music in the Park, kicks off Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m. in Muskingum Park, weather permitting. The series is sponsored by the Marietta Welfare League. The first performance of the season will feature the a cappella group Veritas Singers, followed …

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Nelson Riddle: The American Music Artist Behind The Scenes

Arrangers are some of the most overlooked people in the music business. Few lay people could name one. If listed, arranger credits are often in small print. Almost invisible, they rarely appear on stage or in films or videos. Even books on jazz and popular American song often overlook the …

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Meridiana, number 1 album on The Transglobal World Music chart in June 2021

Italian band Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino’s album “Meridiana” was the most popular world music album on the Transglobal World Music Chart (TWMC) in June 2021. At Meridiana (Sundial) the group continues with their revolutionary blend of traditional pizzica and modern musical influences, continuing where violins, accordion, plucked and wind instruments are …

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Which BTS music videos have over 1 billion views on YouTube?

This K-pop group is gaining millions of streams on music platforms like Spotify. They also gain billions of views for their music videos, which are broadcast on YouTube by HYBE Corporation. From “Dynamite” to “Boy With Luv,” here are some of BTS’s most popular videos on the platform. BTS, Musical …

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Southwest Graduate Finds His Place Through Music | News from the three states

HAZEL GREEN, Wisconsin. – Over the past four years, Victoria Rouse has found her place in the music department at Southwestern High School. “It was like a house where you could go to school,” she says. Her teachers say Rouse was instrumental in welcoming new students to the home she …

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From Music to Beer to Whales – NBC10 Philadelphia

Who can forget that weekend a year ago on the shore? The beaches had restricted access. The fireworks have been canceled. The museums were closed. Good news: it’s a completely different shore for the summer of 2021. Today the Jersey Shore is back and thrilled to welcome visitors to all …

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Sony launches motion-sensing music effects controller on Indiegogo

Here’s something you don’t see every day: a brand new Sony product first launched on Indiegogo. Motion Sonic is, in the words of Sony’s campaign, “effects equipment to control sound in sync with your movement to play music.” The Motion Sonic device itself is a small capsule that can fit …

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NOLA lifts COVID restrictions on bars, restaurants and live music

The city of New Orleans has announced that it is lifting all COVID-19 restrictions for bars, restaurants and concert halls, effective Friday, May 28. table service requirements and a ban on bar seating. The news follows Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards lifting remaining restrictions in the state as of Wednesday, …

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Boston Pops performing touring recitals around town – CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) – The city comes alive with the sounds of the Boston Pops. On Wednesday, five members of the orchestra gave a free rolling recital at four different locations in Boston, including the Jamaica Pond Bandstand and the Franklin Park Zoo. READ MORE: North Attleboro man shot dead in …

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How a former music teacher approaches school leadership and learning

The pandemic has taught us that change is inevitable, but being prepared can set a school apart. It is important to bring together research and external learning tools into a team that always strives and leads in the same direction. As a principal, I am excited about what lies ahead …

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Lott String Quartet for a classical music concert

The New Orleans-based Lott String Quartet will launch the Denmark Arts Center musical series at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 29 at the Denmark Arts Center in Denmark. Submitted photo The New Orleans-based Lott String Quartet will launch the Denmark Arts Center musical series at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May …

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Kumar Sanu Says Composers Today ‘Copy and Paste’ International Music: ‘Today’s Generation Is Not Self-Confident’

Kumar Sanu said the new generation of the Indian music industry is “cutting and pasting” international songs. PUBLISHED MAY 25, 2021 2:36 PM IST Singer Kumar Sanu has expressed his disappointment with the state of modern Hindi music. The seasoned playback singer believes that much of the music produced these …

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How Austin’s $ 25 Million Pledge to the Arts and Music Fund aims to help struggling creatives

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Amps at several of Austin’s renowned concert halls kick in this weekend, marking a return to live performances amid the coronavirus pandemic. Stubb’s will kick off the summer season with a five-day sold-out performance May 26-30 by the Black Pumas, originally scheduled for September 2020. The Mohawk …

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The Weeknd cleans up 2021 Billboard Music Awards with 10 wins – Deadline

The Weeknd won three more awards at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards on NBC, giving him a total of 10 trophies this year. At tonight’s ceremony, the Canadian R&B singer won Top Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Hot 100 Song Presented by Rockstar, Top Male Artist, Top Radio Songs …

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Concept: Meet iPod Max with Apple Music Lossless and AirPods Max Focus

The original iPod turns 20 in 2021. For now, the only iPod sold by Apple is the seventh generation touch model. With the launch of Apple Music Lossless, an iPod with this lens could be a great way to celebrate this anniversary. It’s important to note that there aren’t any …

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‘Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber’, a dazzling spectacle – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – The recent production of The music of Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Ellen Eccles Theater was not only a dazzling spectacle, but also a vivid reminder of the top-notch professional entertainment we have all been missing since the coronavirus outbreak over a year ago. The show – featuring …

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Italy wins Eurovision Song Contest as world’s biggest music event returns to Rotterdam

Italy narrowly beat a handful of rivals to win a colorful and kitsch Eurovision song contest in the Netherlands on Saturday, taking victory on the continent’s biggest stage after an early test of the continent’s exit from the pandemic . The show featured performances that ranged from the sublime to …

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Bridgewater’s autistic drummer finds joy and community through music

Rock Out Loud in Marlboro Creates Virtual Music Lessons Platform During COVID Rock Out Loud in Marlboro Creates Virtual Music Lessons Platform During COVID Tanya Breen, Asbury Park Press When Andres Ortiz is on stage playing drums, audiences wouldn’t know he has autism. Behind a drums he’s just another player …

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1971: Asif Kapadia’s Apple Music Documentary Is Ambitious

Alongside music supervisor Iain Cooke, directors Asif Kapadia and Danielle Peck discuss what it took to capture a lively and tumultuous year and the music that came from it. When read as one list, the sheer number of music titans referred to in “1971: The Year Music Changed Everything” is …

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CPS School Board Approves Speech, Music Therapy, and Services for Teachers and Administrators Local

The Columbus Public Schools School Board (CPS) at its February 8 meeting. The board approved speech-language pathology and music services for the next school year at its regular meeting on Monday. Molly hunter Columbus Public School students who require speech or music therapy will continue to benefit from these opportunities …

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Bloomington Junior High adapts to give music students more options

Bloomington Junior High School has changed its schedule next year to allow more time for social and emotional learning. Some parents feel that this decision forced their children to make an unfair choice too early in their education. District 87 then made some adjustments. Sheila Snyder said she moved from …

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Sarah Schroeder-Matzkin wows audiences with powerful new music video

LOS ANGELES, May 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Award-winning singer, actress and producer Sarah Schroeder-Matzkin captured the attention of over 20,000 viewers with last video clip, “Betrayal.” According to Schroeder-Matzkin, she was in a dark place when she started the writing process because she was betrayed by someone she …

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Weekend ticket: music, pottery, paintings and monologues for Mother’s Day weekend | New

This weekend, mothers, fathers and families have a lot to do to celebrate the special people in their lives. Friday at 5 p.m., in downtown Newberry, Astwood Park, a free outdoor mini-jam session is hosted by Newberry Opera House and The Well Drinkers. Bring lawn chairs. This is part of …

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Stay music 6-9 Could: Who performs the place in Manchester and past

THURSDAY MAY 6e April Cushman / Cheers – Harmony / 6 p.m. Steve Butler / Village Trestle – Goffstown / 6 p.m. Jae Mannion / T-Bones – Hudson / 6 p.m. Drum Circle / Space 23 – Harmony / 7 p.m. April Cushman Could 6 at Cheers in Harmony. FRIDAY …

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NetEase Cloud Music Hosts Third Unbiased Music Artist Awards and Commits to Persevering with Supporting Unbiased Music

HANGZHOU, China, April 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – NetEase Cloud Music, a number one supplier of interactive music streaming providers in China, hosted the third Unbiased Music Artist Ceremony at Hangzhou. The star-studded occasion, which was broadcast on-line at 23 april, was adopted by famend artists like Jackson Wang, …

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