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New Music and New Directions for Orlando Swamburger | this little basement | Orlando

In the music scene, there’s no more Orlando than a rap champion Swamburger. But the MC producer actually has roots in Chicago, and he’s made something like a comeback in his brand new single. A nod to Chi-town’s dance music heritage, “All Hail Open Doors” rides on a jazzed-up house …

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Lee Greenwood celebrates 40 years of music in Huntsville

Lee Greenwood is back in Huntsville ahead of a dedicated event scheduled for Tuesday. Several fans packed North Hall on Monday at the Von Braun Center for a VIP meetup with the country singer and songwriter.Lee told WAAY 31 he was happy to be back in Alabama. “I love Huntsville …

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Music review: Albany Symphony sheds rust and peaks as the holiday season opens

Saturday night at the Palace Theater was a celebration for the Albany Symphony Orchestra. Not only was it the opening night of the orchestra’s fall season and a live concert for an audience – all masked – of around 1,100 people plus an online audience that streamed the concert. , …

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“Jamaica makes a difference” with food, music and sport

World Expo 2020’s ‘Coolest’ Pavilion Reproduces Jamaica’s Ethics as a Logistics Hub Connecting the Americas to the World By Akanksha Dean Jamaica is in the spotlight and showcases its latest inventions and products at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai. With the theme “Jamaica Moves”, its pavilion suggests that whether …

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Did the GOP candidate play a role in selling Taylor Swift’s music?

Democrat Terry McAuliffe claims his Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin was instrumental in the controversial sale of the pop star’s music. RICHMOND, Virginia – Pop superstar Taylor Swift has become a key subject in the Virginia governor’s race. Do you remember the fight between Taylor and record director Scott “Scooter” Braun …

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“Come From Away” Music Director Wendy Cavett

Tuesday, September 21, when Come from afar reopened at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater on Broadway, before the performance began, before the first note was played, the whole audience jumped to their feet. Wendy cavett Celeste Harris Janaro Photography Every evening, a few minutes before the start of the musical, the …

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Musical calendar: Tyler Rich, Spokane Symphony, Colby Acuff and Evan Denlinger

Music Tamarack Ridge Band – Country / rock. Friday and Saturday, 9 p.m. Moose Lounge, 401 E. Sherman Ave., Coeur d’Alene. (208) 664-7901. Dragonfly – Dance / rock cover band. Friday and Saturday. Curley Hauser Junction, 26443 W. Highway 53, Hauser. (208) 773-5816. UI Concert: “Silver & Gold Beneath the …

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State Prison’s New Music Studio Sends Message of ‘Purpose and Hope’

JOLIET (WEEK) – A well-known musician gives inmates the gift of music with the blessing of the governor and other heads of state. Stateville Correctional Center in Joliet now has a state-of-the-art music studio, complete with all equipment donated by “Imagine Justice”, a non-profit organization founded by Grammy-winning artist, Emmy …

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Reba McEntire remix, John Coltrane’s live album tops this week’s new musical releases

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Vault Raids by Reba McEntire and John Coltrane highlight this week’s crop of new musical releases … Album of the week: Reba McEntire entered the studio with her touring band and producer Dave Cobb to record new versions of songs from her entire career on “Revived …

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North Myrtle Beach leaders unanimously pass ordinance to limit ‘vulgar’ music in town

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The City of North Myrtle Beach has changed its noise ordinance to place more restrictions on vulgar music. North Myrtle Beach City Council voted unanimously to impose a maximum decibel level that can be played in businesses, depending on the time of day, at …

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These high-tech hearing aids were music to his ears

In June 2020, I published this Live video on Facebook about my husband’s hearing loss and our visit to an audiologist for hearing aids. It was then that I realized how much my husband’s hearing loss, considered moderate, had an impact on his daily life. At work, he had trouble …

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This is what Daddy Yankee drives in his latest music video – The Panther Amphibious Car

When California-based manufacturer WaterCar was formed in 1999, their goal was to build the fastest amphibious vehicle in the world. He stayed true to his words, and in 2010 the company was awarded a Guinness World Record for amphibious speed with its first prototype model, the Python. As a result …

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Richard H. Kirk, post-punk pioneer of industrial music, dies at 65

Richard H. Kirk, founding member of the English group Cabaret Voltaire and a major figure in the creation of the post-punk style known as industrial music, has passed away. He was 65 years old. His death was confirmed by his former record company, Mute, in an Instagram post on September …

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Art SoFo returns to present art, music and architecture

Many of the original artists are returning and other local artists will participate. To exploreOhio lawmakers miss the deadline to draw new congressional districts. And after? Inspired by the neighborhood of South Fountain Ave. Fleming and her husband Nate live, it is a chance for art and architecture to complement …

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Top 7 Albums Released October 1: All Songs Considered: NPR

Race records, the latest release from country singer Miko Marks, is on our list of the best albums and EPs released on October 1. Amanda Lopez / Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle legend Amanda Lopez / Courtesy of the artist Philly rapper Meek Mill is back with a …

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The music industry is an unexpected victim of a plastic shortage

October 2, 2021 ADEPARTURE from 2020 Green Lung, a cult London heavy metal band, was set to make their first US tour. Then came the covid-19. The group used the blockages that followed to produce a second album, “Black Harvest”. By December it was recorded and ready to be mastered …

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra Helps Bring Music to Mind in Dallas ISD Classrooms – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

On Wednesday morning, the lobby of the Morton H. Myerson Symphony Center was filled with the sounds of music and deep breaths. “When I’m not feeling my best, I just do what I have to do,” said Sarah Pina, fourth-year student at the Lawrence Institute. “Inhale and exhale deeply. “ …

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As live music returns to Hamel Music Center, students and faculty reflect

When the Hamel Music Center opened in fall 2019, it seemed like the perfect addition to the UW campus. Complete with a concert hall, music hall and various rehearsal spaces, it inspired anticipation and high expectations. Then the pandemic struck in March 2020, and live musical practices and performances were …

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The Ponce family pass on the musical art of mariachi through the generations – CBS New York

GARFIELD, NJ (CBSNew York) – In this Hispanic Heritage Month, we present to you a family who have passed down the musical art of mariachi through generations. From toddlers to 80s, CBS2’s Lisa Rozner shows us how they share Mexican tradition with the world. READ MORE: Teacher Stephanie Edmonds Explains …

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AME musical retreat embraced the Colorado music community

This past weekend, Colorado-based Anthem Music Enterprises (AME) hosted their second annual music retreat in Woodland Park. Over the course of four days, four separate artists each created a unique song with the help of an in-house group, made up mostly of musicians from Colorado. The experience represented Colorado’s cooperative …

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Lost Cross hosts musical celebration of its 35th anniversary – The Daily Egyptian

After nearly two years without shows, Lost Cross celebrated its 35th anniversary on September 24-25 in Carbondale. Bands from all over have performed concerts at The Lost Cross House, The Hangar 9, PK’s. The Lost Cross House sits on the corner of W. Elm and Beveridge streets and has been …

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Hills N ‘Holler Music Festival Makes Glendale Debut | Local News

As artists such as Metallica and Korn brought thousands to Louisville over the weekend for the annual Louder Than Life Festival, a new music festival unique to Hardin County was created on Saturday. The doors opened at the Hardin County Fairgrounds for the Hills N ‘Holler Music Festival on Saturday …

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Colorful murals, music: discover the 2021 Alley Art Festival | SiouxlandProud | Sioux City, IA

DUE TO CORONAVIRUS… PLEASE CALL IN ADVANCE FOR ANY LIST EVENT Dakota City Fire Department Fall Crafts & Vendors ShowOctober 2 10 am-2pmDakota City, NE Party at the Hangar!October 9 from 4 p.m.The MidAmerica Aviation and Transportation Museum will host a fundraiser to help raise essential funds for the museum …

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Symphony launches new musical series in Fayetteville

The Northwestern Arkansas Symphony launches a new musical series, titled “SoNA Beyond”, Saturday at 6pm with a concert titled “Voces Latinas (LatinX Voices)” at Fayetteville Public Library Events Center, 401 W. Mountain St., Fayetteville. The concert marks National Hispanic Heritage Month. Orchestral musicians and program curators Lia Uribe, bassoon; Fernando …

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Did George Harrison Push His Son To Play Music When He Was Young?

George Harrison and his wife Olivia welcomed their only son, Dhani, on August 1, 1978. As the child of an ex-Beatle and one of the greatest recording artists of all time, you can imagine that Dhani had a somewhat unconventional childhood. He grew up around great musicians and celebrities. However, …

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Jake Shimabukuro’s New Album Features Collaborations With Other Music Giants Willie Nelson

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – It’s hard to imagine ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro getting nervous in the recording studio. But blazing a trail with country legend Willie Nelson can have that effect. “I was so nervous. I knew I was going to have one, maybe two chances to get it right, ”Jake …

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MHRI aims to delve deeper into how musical intervention can affect health

While popular wisdom considers music good for the soul, science is increasingly seeking to better understand how music can affect the body, brain, and spirit, as evidenced by the 2020 release of the first report. of the World Health Organization on health and music. In response, the new Institute for …

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Martin Lawrence, Art and Music Kick Off Charlotte’s First Fall 2021 Weekend | DFA 90.7

It’s the first fall weekend! In the Charlotte area, we have nice, cool and sunny weather to usher in the fall. Whether you’re planning on spending the weekend indoors or out, we’ve got some ideas for things you can do to keep yourself entertained in the Queen City. One of …

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14erFest Music will fill the main stage in the East | Free content

All the music on the East Main Street stage Friday 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Hogan and Moss Jon Hogan and Maria Moss play music ranging from energetic dance celebrations with the band Old Weird America to bass, drums, mandolin, lap steel and violin, to duo and trio concerts. with double bass. …

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The Golden Evening Market features local producers, food and “groovy music”

Monthly event in North Portland brings together local manufacturers through: Tim Steele Posted: Sep 22, 2021 / 1:30 p.m. PDT / Update: Sep 21, 2021 / 7:48 PM PDT The Golden Evening Makers Market is a monthly event in North Portland (Courtesy: Golden Evening Market) PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – It’s …

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German music, food, yodeling and sausage throws at the 2nd Annual Woodridge Oktoberfest, September 24-25

Fill up on German food, music and beer at the second annual Woodridge Oktoberfest from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, September 24 and from 3:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 25 on Cypress Cove Family Water Park parking lot, 8301 Janes Ave., Woodridge. Tickets are $ …

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Inducted into the Eddies Music Hall of Fame in October

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY (NEWS10) – Several musicians from the Capital Region are inducted into the Thomas Edison Music Hall of Fame in October. The ceremony will take place on October 27 at 7 p.m. at the Universal Preservation Hall. The ceremony will include live performances and tributes to inductees. Artists …

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Tunedly Announces “Masked Music Discovery Platform” to Judge Music on Its Merits

Tunnedly wants music to stand out on its own merits with the premier hidden music discovery platform. The idea is to give everyone a level playing field that doesn’t depend on name recognition for songs to get noticed. “The problem with existing music discovery services is that they replicate existing …

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Music and Arts Return to Attleboro Area Schools | Local News

Call it a long intermission. The theater and music programs of schools in the region depend on in-person practices and live audiences just as much as their athletic counterparts. Rehearsing close harmony via Zoom is no easier than doing attack drills from a distance. For the better part of two …

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South Shore Folk Music Club announces Live Zoom Open Mic series

DUXBURY – The South Shore Folk Music Club of First Parish Duxbury, 842 Tremont Street, has announced its Live Zoom Open Mic 2021-2022 series from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursdays, starting September 23. The South Shore Folk Music Club at First Parish Duxbury will celebrate its 43rd anniversary …

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The “Ichthus” music festival is relaunched after 9 years

WILMORE, Ky. (WTVQ) – A Christian music festival that once drew thousands of people has returned to Kentucky. The last “Ichthus” music festival was held in 2012 and after a 9-year hiatus it relaunched on Saturday at the same farm. “The business came in and killed him,” says Joe Lycan, …

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How music can literally heal the heart

In a maverick method, nephrologist Michael Field taught medical students to decipher different heart murmurs using their stethoscopes, trills, appoggiatures, and decrescendos to describe the distinctive sounds of heart valves closing and blood flowing. flows through the leaky valves in the plumbing troubles of the heart. . Separately, in music …

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Chicago Events: Inaugural Englewood Music Festival scheduled for Saturday amid a busy weekend in the city

CHICAGO (WLS) – Setup is underway for the inaugural Englewood Music Fest at W. 63rd Street and S. Halsted Street, which is scheduled to begin at noon on Saturday. “I said 7 years ago that I was going to create this environment, the space of love, of pride, of unity …

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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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