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Canadian Opera Company announces free concert series

The Canadian Opera Company has announced the return of The Free Concert Series to the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre: City Sessions. The series will begin on November 22, 2022 and run through June 2023. A concert will air each month, featuring a new artist or ensemble filmed in the COC’s performance …

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GOTG Holiday Special features a musical number led by Kevin Bacon

Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special star Kevin Bacon confirms he sings in a festive musical number alongside an alien version of The Old 97’s. Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special will see guest star Kevin Bacon show off some of his musical talents. Speaking to Access, the Star-Lord hero …

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Piano star David Storr piano event Maldon Hythe Quay

A MAGICAL evening of New Orleans-style piano music takes place on a historic houseboat for the enjoyment of the public. A show titled New Orleans Riverboat Revue will be hosted by pianist and singer Dale Storr, one of Britain’s leading exponents of New Orleans piano styles. The evening of entertainment …

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QSO to Host Spectacular Christmas Concert with Dallas Brass | Music

QUINCY — The Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association will present the annual Christmas Spectacular concert at 3 p.m. on December 3 at the Morrison Theater inside Quincy Junior High. Tickets are on sale now for the Christmas Spectacular concert, which will feature the Quincy Symphony Orchestra, Chorus and Youth Chorus, plus …

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Technology plays a starring role in the musical Winnetonka High School

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There’s something to be said for stage magic. But for the visually impaired, attending a theater performance can paint an incomplete picture. However, through innovative technology, Winnetonka High School makes this magic even more inclusive. For the first time in North Kansas City school history, audio …

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Red Deer filmmaker spotlights local musical talent with new podcast

Listening to music has helped Niek Theelen persevere during the pandemic, so he’s giving back by spotlighting some local musicians in a podcast developed for Telus Optik TV. The Red Deer resident received $10,000 from Telus Storyhive to create a six-part series, Off the Record with Niek Theelen. Its aim …

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U of A bands to host spring auditions for wind bands

U of A Bands will hold placement auditions for five Spring 2023 concert bands Monday through Thursday, December 5-8, in the Lewis E. Epley Jr. Band Building. Students can register for an audition now. Sign up for an audition. Each audition will consist of two contrasting excerpts …

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University of Musical Theater kicks off 10th year with “Sunset Boulevard”

Celebrates its 10th anniversary in the Coachella Valley, David Green’s Musical Theater University (MTU) is more than ready for its close-up. The company will open its 2022-23 season with “Sunset Boulevard,” the Tony Award-winning musical based on the iconic film of the same name. A tale of faded stardom and …

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Vlade Kay Unveils Contagious Single ‘Dancing Through The Night’ From Upcoming ‘Detox’ EP

Vlade Kay drops infectious single ‘Dancing Through The Night’ from upcoming ‘Detox’ EP: Listen Continuing where he left off, Vlade Kay just unveiled the most infectious of dance singles, in the form of ‘Dance in the night.’ Acting as the second single from her forthcoming EP’Detox‘, it’s a track that …

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Joe Russo almost died at the Met in Philadelphia [Photos/Videos/Audio]

Joe Russo almost died at the Met in Philadelphia [Photos/Videos/Audio]

Joe Russo is almost dead returned to the majestic The Met Philadelphia Friday for a Veterans Day concert at the Ornate Pennsylvania Opera House. The Metropolitan was a hub of activity over the weekend, with Billy strings check-in after JRAD for a two night stay. Rather than opening with an …

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The concert is coming to the Savannah Theater

You’ll find Disney magic at the Johnny Mercer Theater in Savannah next week! The show is a celebration of Disney’s iconic princesses. Although the actors are not in costume, they encourage spectators to dress up. They will perform Disney classics such as “Part of Your World”, “Let it go” and …

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New musical brings songs and memories to Silver Dollar City

Evoking the camaraderie of the holidays is the premise of a new stage show this season in Silver Dollar City. “Coming Home for Christmas” https://news.google.com/__i/rss/rd/articles/ ” is about acting out your favorite Christmas traditions and memories with family and friends, including decorating, shopping, cooking Christmas dinner, spending time with loved …

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Every Disney Movie Musical Performance, Ranked

Combining animation and live action, Disney’s Delighted pays homage to the studio’s classic princess films, while parodying them. This 2007 hit film, directed by Kevin Lima, stars Amy Adams as Giselle, a role that established her as a top actress and brought her worldwide fame. In addition to Adams, the …

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Join us for live music this week at Sydney’s – now open on Sundays for our Jazz Brunch!

Join us for live music this week at from sydneyNow open on Sunday! Wednesday, November 9Happy Hour – 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. – Food and Beverage Specials – $3 National Draft Beers, $4 Premium Draft Beers, $5 Rail Drinks and House Wines Ladies night – 7 p.m. – Music, …

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Wheeling Symphony Orchestra will deliver a concert of masterpieces | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – The Wheeling Symphony Orchestra will perform “Foley, Kim and a Mayer Masterpiece” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 17, as part of its WesBanco Capitol Concert Series. The orchestra will be conducted by Maestro John Devlin and will feature the duo Xavier Foley on …

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Sister Act, the musical. Fun. Familiar. Family – SteinbachOnline.com

What do nuns, gangsters and a financially troubled parsonage have in common? “Sister act”. The Broadway musical has been adapted and will be directed by Richard Klassen, acting professor at Steinbach Bible College and director of Candlewick Productions. Klassen says the rehearsals went well. “It was a lot of fun. …

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Dermot Kennedy Talks ‘Sonder’ Album and More – Billboard

Dermot Kennedy is gearing up to release his new album, probeon November 18, and the artist sat down with Billboard News to discuss his musical journey so far. “I came up with the word ‘probe’ a few years ago, the meaning being simply the realization that everyone lives a life …

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Mama Louise, Macon Soul Food legend who fed Allman Brothers, dies at 93

“Mom” Louise Hudsonthe co-founder of Macon, GA’s H&H-Restaurant who fed the famous Allman Brothers Group in their early days, died at the age of 93. Her daughter confirmed to local media that Hudson died in a hospice surrounded by her family. Hudson and his cousin, Inez HillH&H in 1959 and …

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Instant Payday Loans Online: How Much Does It Cost?

Instant Payday Loans Online: How Much Does It Cost?

How To Get An Instant Payday Loan Because applying for a payday loan is so simple and can be done in a matter of minutes online, it may appear as though the lending company makes money available to everybody instalntly @ payday pot. However, things are not quite the same …

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Locals and celebrities hail Baba Harare’s new album

the herald Arts journalistAfter the successful launch of his album “Zimbabwean Giant” last Friday at Jongwe Corner in Harare by jiti musician Baba Harare, fans and local celebrities alike praised the musician for his maturity and growth. The successful launch which was well attended attracted some of the best local …

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Shania Twain sells Syracuse concert: See the cheapest tickets you can still get

St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater in Lakeview is hosting its first sold-out concert in 2023. Shania Twain sold tickets for her Saturday, July 8 performance at St. Joe’s Amp hours after it went on sale to the general public on Friday. This will be Twain’s first concert in Syracuse in nearly …

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‘Scrooge! The Musical’ in time for the holidays

MATTHEWS PLAYHOUSE Leo Walton as Tiny Tim in the Matthews Playhouse production of “Scrooge!: The Musical.” If it’s November, it’s time to think about holiday musicals. Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts will present “Scrooge! The Musical,” an …

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THE VOICE SPEAK TO CIHU YAFFA. –

By Betty Ceesay In a conversation with Cihu Yaffa, perhaps the coolest, calmest and one of the gentlemen in the Gambian music industry, tells the voice of his journey in the music industry. HOW MUSIC STARTED FOR CIHU YAFFA. As a child, he was often alone in his room because …

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Live Music, Independent Spirit Film Festival at Ridgway | Culture & Leisure

Singer-songwriter Gabrielle Louise is known for her songs about grief. His album, “The Unending Alteration of the Human Heart”, was composed at his home in Paonia “in post-breakup solitude”. “Chopping wood, carrying water, and listening only to the falling snow, she stared loneliness in the face and demanded that her …

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“Music for Memories” pre-concert delights at the Jud C. Hickey Center

AUGUSTA, Georgia (WJBF) — An afternoon of musical entertainment at the Jud C. Hickey Center for Alzheimer’s Care on Wednesday. Joe Stevenson serenaded the lunchtime crowd with upbeat songs, including a special parody he wrote about songwriters like himself. Members and their families danced and sang to Stevenson’s music, while …

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Ritchie Blackmore admits to being “a bit of a musical snob”

Ritchie Blackmore, co-founder and former guitarist of legendary metal band Deep Purple, is a Renaissance man – at least in the literal and musical sense of the term. After his tenure in Deep Purple ended, Blackmore pursued his passion for Renaissance music in Blackmore’s Night, a traditional folk rock band …

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The story of the easy life in 10 songs

Following the release of their star-studded warm feeling group ‘MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE…’, easy life enjoyed a monstrous rise to the top in their five years together as a group. Once a thought in frontman Murray Matravers’ mind was to get his fellow musicians together and form their own band, …

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From jazz to classical music, the Blackstone Hotel welcomes musicians from Columbia – The Columbia Chronicle

Guitar chords and a sweet melody float through the lobby as Joshua Trimble plays a cover of Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin Bout You.” Addison Annis The Blackstone Hotel lobby serves as a unique and relaxed setting for anyone to enter and enjoy live music performances. But three days a week, Columbia …

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The Quincy Concert Band celebrates its 40th anniversary

QUINCY (WGEM) – The Quincy Concert Band celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sunday by performing for the community. The ensemble performed a history-focused concert with songs from four different centuries to celebrate this milestone. “It’s an honor to perform in front of these fantastic adult musicians. We have been nationally …

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The musical “Tootsie” is coming to Utica

UTICA — Call it “musical paradise” (Rolling Stone). Call it “the rowdiest new musical in years!” (The Hollywood Reporter). Call it TOOTSIE! With a hilarious book by Robert Horn and an incredibly clever score by 2018 Tony winner David Yazbek, Broadway Utica’s latest musical “Tootsie” is “a joyous delight” that’s …

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The best musical moments of the series

In 2006, when Musical High School (HSM) first released, the original score was one of the reasons it became such a successful Disney film. The HSM The trilogy became an instant hit Disney franchise that featured a variety of music ranging from swoon-worthy duets like “Breaking Free” to high-energy group …

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Best Restaurants for Day of the Dead Drinks in West Palm, Boca, Jupiter

Day of the Dead, the Mexican holiday that honor the dearly departed with lively exhibits, food and drink, arrives on Tuesday but its rush of sugar skulls and festivities landed earlier. There may not be many sacred Día de Muertos shrines in Palm Beach County, but there are lively Day …

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ASU’s ‘The Mesquite Trio’ to Host Annual Fall Concert

SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Mesquite Trio, comprised of a group of music teachers from Angelo State University, will hold their annual fall concert at the Carr-Education Arts Building on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. This concert, free and open to the public, will take place at the Eldon Black …

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Jacob & Co. Opera “The Godfather” Movie 50th Anniversary Musical Triple-Axis Tourbillon Watch

Fifty years ago, Francis Ford Coppola’s cinematic account of Mario Puzo The Godfather was an instant classic with moviegoers. This contributed to the birth of a long era of rich storytelling and deep character development in the “organized crime” entertainment genre, which later spawned The Godfather film trilogy, plus a …

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Los Lobos joins Ozomatli and Flor de Toloache in “Día de los Muertos” special on PBS

Los Lobos have defined the East Los Angeles soundscape for nearly half a century, using multicultural influences to shape and popularize their own unique sound. (Courtesy of John Partipilo) Louie Pérez grew up watching his mother create altars for Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. The act …

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Desert Terrorfest tops this weekend’s nightlife in the Coachella Valley

HOT CHOICE Saturday Halloween: Desert Terrorfest, one of the Coachella Valley’s annual Halloween events, celebrates its 11th year Saturday at the Tack Room Tavern. The event includes three live music stages, a karaoke lounge, a costume contest and more. Local musicians Eevaan Tre, Crucial Culture, J Sizzle, Nicki Mae and …

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Harry Styles’ Opening Night of 15-Date Los Angeles Run: Concert Recap – Billboard

A Harry Styles concert is how Beatlemania must have felt. For the 17,000 people in attendance at the singer’s Love on Tour opening concert in Los Angeles on Sunday night (October 23) – many of whom were certainly not alive in the 1960s – the screams and cries of the …

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A Michael Jackson musical that doesn’t look at the man in the mirror? No thanks

Myles Frost as Michael Jackson in the Broadway production of ‘MJ: The Musical’ (Matthew Murphy) When MJ the musical – a major new Broadway show about Michael Jackson – opened earlier this year, a few critics referred to the same song from the King of Pop’s back catalogue. “In GMNobody …

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Everything we know so far

Following the resounding success of Joy (2009-2015), the nation was swept away by a cappella; the incredibly catchy style of music that only contains the vocals of a band without any instruments. This success is more than likely what informed the ultimate modern college movie, Perfect (2012). Instead of trying …

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Is live music becoming an art form for the wealthy?

(Credits: Far Out / Alamy / Joel Reyer) Music Sun 23 October 2022 08:30 BST As if things weren’t already descending into economic crisis, with many households having to make the ridiculous choice between power and heating this winter, it looks like our future enjoyment of live music is also …

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Disney PRIDE, My Body My Voice Among Denver Choirs 2022-23 Concert Season

Editor’s Note: Press releases are provided to Yellow Scene. In an effort to keep our community informed, we issue a few press releases in full. Through a dynamic, empowering and entertaining slate of concerts, the region’s premier LGBTQIA choirs continue to “Build Community Through Music” DENVER (August 17, 2022) – …

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Wesli looks back on Haiti’s musical history in Tradisyon – album review

In recent years, the Haitian diaspora has taken an interest in the country’s musical history, from the energetic, punky Mélissa Laveaux Radio Siwel to the scholarship of Leyla McCalla break the thermometer, an album born from a show on a dissident radio station. The latest example comes from Wesli, the …

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Gen Z musicians in Hyderabad talk about regional music and what keeps them going

The city’s music circuit is only getting bigger and as we write this, a live music event is taking place in most of the city’s restaurants. The number of groups is increasing and therefore there is also an emergence of different types of content. From the creation of original compositions …

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Covid-19: Live music is allowed again, public gathering limit increases to 12

Hong Kong has further relaxed its Covid-19 social distancing measures as live entertainment returns to bars and clubs. The limit on public gatherings was also relaxed from four to 12 people on Thursday, following an announcement last week. In total, live music was banned for more than 650 days during …

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A fun concert had something for all ages – Kiowa County Signal

By Brandon Case Special at the Tribune [email protected] Backtrack Vocals, a five-person acapella/beatbox group based in New York City, kicked off the 202223 Pratt Community Concert season last week with an energetic, educational and entertaining evening. The group performed a wide repertoire of music, putting their unique touch on tracks …

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WATCH: Thomas Rhett and Katy Perry reflect on their musical journeys in ‘Where We Started’ music video

Thomas Rhet and Katy Perry bring their duet “Where We Started” to life with a brand new music video. The music video, directed by Patrick Tracy, finds the superstars singing the song separately in rooms adorned with colorful drapes. As the music video continues, the artists rise to make their …

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NCH ​​Fall/Winter Chamber Music Series

The National Concert Hall Fall/Winter Chamber Music Series returns to the Kevin Barry Recital Hall with a number of world premieres as well as a range of popular chamber music. The series includes a number of Sunday afternoon concerts in association with the National String Quartet Foundation and two evening …

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Governor Abbott Announces Town of Selma to be a Music-Friendly Community | Oficina del Gobernador de Texas

October 17, 2022 | Austin, TX | Press release Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the City of Selma, after completing the multi-step certification process, has been designated as a Music Friendly Community by the Texas Music Office (TMO). The Music Friendly Community program aims to foster economic development related …

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Haitian singer ‘Mikaben’ dies after collapsing during concert in Paris – KIRO 7 News Seattle

Michael Benjamin, a Haitian artist known by his stage name “Mikaben,” died Saturday while performing in Paris with Haitian konpa band CaRiMi, the Miami Herald reported. He was 41 years old. >> Read more trending news “It’s a shock,” Wyclef Jean, a Haitian-born hip-hop artist and three-time Grammy winner, told …

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‘Elf the Musical’ is coming to the Stanley Theater in November

UTICA — Broadway’s hit musical “Elf” is coming to the Stanley Theater in Utica. Tickets are on sale now for performances at 7 p.m. on November 16 and 17. Tickets are available at the Stanley Theater box office, 259 Genesee St., by visiting Ticketmaster.com or by calling 315-724-4000. Group orders …

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B Praak on his musical journey I Am Grateful For The Blessings Exclusive

B Praak on his musical journey:B Praak needs no introduction as his hit songs continue to win the hearts of the public. The music singer-songwriter is currently busy with his Super Moon – King of Hearts round. The national award-winning singer would perform in front of a live audience on …

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10 things to do in Northern California this weekend (October 15-16)

From daytime adventures to nighttime outings, here’s what Northern California has planned for your weekend. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — If an Armenian food festival, a lantern tour of an old cemetery, or chili cooking sounds fun to you, it shows there’s something for everyone this weekend in Northern California. The weekend …

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Hosts from a local school enjoy a concert for Ukrainian students who have moved to Philadelphia

Hosts from a local school enjoy a concert for Ukrainian students who have moved to Philadelphia A Philadelphia performing arts school held a fundraiser Thursday night for Ukrainian students who need help getting to school after fleeing their war-torn homeland and settling in the area . PHILADELPHIA CREAM – A …

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Millie Bobby Brown suggests a musical episode for Stranger Things

It’s been a few months since the heartbreaking end of stranger things Season 4 on Netflix (“carnage”, as described by fan-favorite actor Joseph Quinn) and frankly, we’re still recovering from the madness. What will happen to Max? Is Vecna ​​really dead? Can we please bring Eddie Munson back somehow? ! …

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The Underground Railroad musical will debut here

By Srianthi PereraGetOut Contributor Southern California designer Ashli ​​St. Armant, had plans to write a musical about the Underground Railroad. She hadn’t found the setting for it until she visited the Oak Alley Plantation in Vacherie, Louisiana, where some of her ancestors worked as slaves in the 1700s. Two rows …

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Bands, Brews & BBQ are coming to Port Royal – Beaufort South Carolina The Island News

Bands, Brews & BBQ are coming to Port Royal According to staff reports The Beaufort Shrimp Festival was a huge success last weekend. By mid-Saturday, most vendors had sold out the majority of their food, while the waterfront Henry C. Chambers Park was filled to the brim with customers. Now …

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Director of the UConn Dreaming up Concert Series Wind Ensemble in Red, White and Blue

Janet Song Kim describes their new position as Director of the UConn Wind Ensemble as a dream job, one that leaves room for personal creativity and student instruction, as well as the opportunity for community outreach. The fresh start could explain the momentum behind the four-part concert series, “American Dream,” …

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Trig The Optimus draws attention with his album “Right Now”

Join the musical ballad with a talented artist Trigger the Optimus. He demonstrated his talent by delivering his first album, named ‘At present’. He got a lot of attention in that short time. With this work, the artist had the opportunity to create a buzz among all music lovers. Recently …

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The Black Keys Hit The Kia Forum With Band Of Horses, The Velveteers

The black keys continued its long North American tour on Saturday night with a show at Kia Forums in Inglewood, California, with the support of herd of horses and Velvets. The tour, which kicked off in July, marks the first major outing for The Black Keys, led by guitarist/vocalist Dan …

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October Concert Cheat Sheet – The Vanderbilt Hustler

From sold-out stadium shows to smaller, more intimate jam sessions, here are some of the best that Music City has to offer this month. Holland Perryman A neon sign reading “Music City,” photographed August 19, 2022. (Hustler Multimedia/Holland Perryman) Nashville has some exciting acts coming to town this month. From …

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OBAMA’S UNOFFICIAL AND UNSANCTIONED MUSIC to World Premiere at Bourbon Room Hollywood

Eli Bauman, Monica Saunders Weinberg, MB Artists and Michael Donovan proudly present the world premiere of 44 – The UNOFFICIAL, UNSANCTIONED OBAMA MUSICAL, told through the hazy memory of Joe Biden. The musical satire features music, lyrics and a book by Eli Bauman (“NBC’s Maya & Marty”), with additional songs …

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Guitarist Gene Ess releases new AH-BOP album

Ah-Bop is the latest album from star guitarist Gene Ess, and his first in four years, out today on SIMP Records. Ess is joined by two of New York’s finest instrumentalists – bassist Scott Colley and drummer Clarence Penn – for a curious journey through the classical guitar trio format …

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Air Force Musical Ambassadors to Perform Free Concert at High Point

In these days of soaring inflation, “free” isn’t a word you hear often enough, but it’s the cost – zero dollars and zero cents – of an upcoming US Air gig. Force Heritage of America Concert Band at the High Point Theatre. The group, which hails from Langley-Eustis Air Force …

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Turkey’s Musical Showdown

Turkish musicians, from guitarists to violin virtuosos, are laying down their instruments as a wave of political censorship sweeps through the industry. Dozens of concerts and music festivals have been canceled in recent months by supporters of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). In line with President Recep Tayyip …

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Esperanza Spalding’s ‘Radio Music Society’ Gets 10th Anniversary Reissue

Craft Recordings is proud to announce a 10th anniversary edition of Radio Music Society, the fourth GRAMMY Award-winning album from singer, songwriter and bassist Esperanza Spalding. Set for release on December 2 and available for pre-order here today, the 2-LP set is pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI, while the …

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ACL Survival Guide – The Daily Texan

The serene grounds of Zilker Park will soon be filled with lively spectators during this year’s Austin City Limits music festival. Braving the crowds, weather and endless entertainment options can be a daunting task without proper preparation. To help organize the best festival experience, The Daily Texan has rounded up …

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Robyn Cage concert | Vision

The singer and songwriter performs for one night only at a local winery Powerful singer and songwriter Robyn Cage is known for her strong and passionate style, creating musical dreamscapes based on her imagination. Cage returns to Roswell for a free, one-night-only concert on October 7 at 6 p.m. at …

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The Musical Pout-Pout Fish at the Colony Theater this weekend

The musical Pout-Pout Fish now at the Colony Theater TheaterWorksUSA’s production THE POUT-POUT FISH opened at the Colony Theater in Burbank, Calif. on September 22. There are four shows: one show at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday and one show at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday. …

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10 movies to watch if you miss high school

High school is either the best time of your life or a time you can’t bear to relive, there’s no in-between. It’s where childhood memories are created, and it’s a rite of passage that can be glorious and glamorous or sad and miserable for everyone, depending on their experiences. Reminiscing …

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Live music, theater and comedy coming to the Ardhowen Theater in Enniskillen

There’s plenty of variety at the Ardhowen Theater over the next few weeks with comedy, music and theater on the programme. Enniskillen-born singer-songwriter Annie Falconer performs her album, “Hole In My Soul,” at Ardhowen Gallery Bar on Friday, September 30 at 9 p.m. Annie is an accomplished singer-songwriter and pianist …

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CONCERT PREVIEW: The Brentano String Quartet brings Béla Bartók back to South Mountain

The Brentano String Quartet will perform at South Mountain Concert Hall on Sunday, October 2 at 3 p.m. Photo by Christian Steiner. Pittfield— On Sunday, October 2, the Brentano String Quartet will bring Béla Bartók’s Quartet No. 5 home to the South Mountain Concert Hall when the group replaces the …

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Atlanta’s Kyle Gordon Mixes Musical Genres To Create “Mammabear” – WABE

Today’s “Speaking of Music” spotlights Kyle Gordon, an Atlanta musician who spearheads the project known as MammaBear. He describes his band as “a rock-and-roll-slash-folk, punk, R&B, funk thing”. Calling MammaBear a “band” might be a little misleading, given that Gordon handles guitar, bass, and drums on the recordings, as well …

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Single tickets to five Broadway shows at Pikes Peak Center available October 3

The American Theater Guild has announced that single tickets for all five SERIES 22-23 BROADWAY AT PIKES PEAK CENTER SERIES engagements will go on sale Monday, October 3, 2022 at 10 a.m. All engagements will take place at the Pikes Peak Center. Single tickets start at $35 and will be …

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Grapes & Gratitude: Raising Funds for Cancer-Supporting Nonprofit Culinary Angels | New

Community members will be able to raise funds to support local residents struggling with cancer-related challenges at the upcoming fundraising gala, Grapes & Gratitude. Fundraising and Awareness Tri-Valley nonprofit Culinary Angels, this year’s annual Grapes & Gratitude event will be hosted at the McGrail Winery in Livermore on October 8 …

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Rob Thomas Announces 10th Anniversary Benefit Concert at The Borgata Hotel – WJJY 106.7

ABC Music News By wjjy | September 26, 2022 To share: Jeffrey Mayer/Wire Image This year marks the 10th anniversary of Robert Thomas‘ annual charity concert at the Hotel Borgata, and it makes this one-night event even more special. This year he has invited some “very special guests” to perform …

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Love Live! The franchise gets its first musical

The official site of the Love Live! the anime franchise has announced the next musical school idol. This will mark the franchise’s first musical. The love live the musical will also feature an original story and characters. The production of the musical will take place at the New National Theater …

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Giveon Shares New Song “Time” From “Amsterdam” Soundtrack

Grammy-nominated singer Givēon has released a new song called “Time”. On the dark tune, which he co-wrote with Drake and Daniel Pemberton, Givēon reminisces about a past relationship. Although it didn’t last as long as he hoped, he will cherish the times they shared together. “I never knew / For …

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