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Native American Heritage Month: Choctaw Nation

OKLAHOMA (KFDX/KJTL) — They were the first Native American tribe to be evicted by the federal government from their ancestral home for land set aside in what became Oklahoma. Continuing our month-long series on Native American national heritage, Darrell Franklin and Curtis Jackson shine a spotlight on the Choctaws. More: …

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Brakence makes glitchy emo-pop as confessional as it is inventive

For the past few years, Randy Finell, the enigmatic 21-year-old Ohioan who releases music as Brakence, has avoided interviews and other press appearances while racking up tens of millions of streams. He lets his music speak openly denominational. On “Fifthenigma,” a Soundcloud upload from 2016, he blends edgy samples and …

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Tinashe’s Bantu Knots at the American Music Awards

Image source: Getty/Emma McIntyre/StaffTinashe arrived at the American Music Awards in style. The singer grabbed all eyes on the red carpet in a pair of Marc Jacobs logomania sunglasses, but it was her Bantu knots that really stole the show. Tinashe opted for mini Bantu knots using triangular parts to …

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North Callaway’s Blevins and Pezold earn playoff volleyball awards

By Jeremy Jacob, sportswriter North Callaway Volleyball finished with a record 12 wins this season and couldn’t have done it without two key players. Junior libero Riley Blevins and senior setter Ellie Pezold each won postseason awards during the offseason, with Blevins being voted as the first team in the …

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U of A’s Student-Run Hill Records Releases EP Featuring Arkansan Artists

Photo courtesy of Hill Records The EP cover for Hill Records’ latest album, Something Along the Lines Of U of A student record label Hill Records is about to be released Something along the lines ofhis second compilation EP today, Friday November 18th. This latest EP features …

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The Melbourne Indie Voices choir prepare for their first showpiece show since the pandemic shutdowns

Why Charlotte O’Connell is looking forward to performing with her choir at the Palais Theater in Melbourne this week is deeply personal. The group will sing a song with Meg Washington, the music of which Ms O’Connell listened to with her mother before she died. Ms O’Connell also met the …

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MARTIN: ‘Yellowstone’ TV show boosts band’s career, Gruene Hall announces shows | Community Alert

I’m sure half of America watched the season premiere of “Yellowstone” like we did on Sunday night. It’s hard work being a cowboy these days. Since the premiere episode of the first season, artists like Chris Stapleton, The Trishas, ​​and Whiskey Myers were regular features on the show’s soundtrack. As …

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Legendary entertainer Sting is confirmed to appear in the Bedford Park Concerts series. Former The Police singer and 17-time Grammy winner announced his My Songs World Round and will start their show with the Park Concert Series at Kimbolton Rd, Bedford on June 24, 2023. The gig list will include …

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SU Department of Music Hosts Wind Ensemble Concert

The Shippensburg University Music Department Wind Ensembles held their fall semester concert in the Old Main Chapel on November 6. Three groups, including the flute choir, clarinet ensemble, and saxophone ensemble, spent the semester getting together and practicing various pieces for this concert. The flute choir performed first with three …

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Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians becomes the first tribe in the United States to add donor registration to tribal IDs – Grand Forks Herald

BELCOURT, ND – The story of a young boy in need of a new heart has inspired historic change within the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. Recently, the Native American tribe in northern North Dakota became the first in the nation to add donor registration to their tribal IDs. …

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The Alt Weekly Roundup (11/14)

Job : November 14, 2022 by the editor The Alternative Weekly Roundup is a column where our staff plugs in a variety of new releases in a concise, streamlined format. Albums, singles, videos and live sets. Come back every Monday to see what we blocked the previous week. Habit – …

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Fans praise (G)I-DLE’s professionalism at Music Bank Chile despite extreme weather conditions

(G)I-DLEMusic Bank Chile’s professionalism has earned them praise from K-pop fans. For the uninformed, on November 12, the music bank, held in Chile, was canceled midway through the event due to extreme weather conditions. The concert in Santiago was the first leg of Music Bank’s three-year world tour, after a …

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Strictly’s Kym Marsh: What happened to pop group Hear’Say?

November 12, 2022 – 5:38 p.m. GMT Phoebe Tatham Kym Marsh is back on our screens in the latest series of Strictly Come Dancing – but what happened to pop group Hear’Say? Kym Swamp was paired with professional dance partner Graziano Di Prima on the 20th season of …

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ON the Beat | Societal Blues on the Rebound, at the Carrillo Rec Center

The Santa Barbara Blues Society rightly prides itself on its status as “the oldest continuous blues society in the United States,” and continuity finally continues this Saturday, November 12. Its vital function of introducing nationally acclaimed blues musicians across the city has gone missing thanks to the pandemic-induced suspension of …

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Bucks County Weekend Events: November 11-13

This weekend’s events bring a variety of activities for family and friends to enjoy as the fall season draws to a close and for those looking to dive into the celebration of the upcoming holiday season! Book tickets to catch a performance or comedy show at Parx Casino, shop at …

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Pass the Dutchie: a popular song as part of a water campaign to help save money

Severn Trent has teamed up with legendary Midland reggae band Musical Youth to raise awareness of how taking short showers can help customers save money on their utility bills. Data from Severn Trent and the Consumer Council for Water (CCW) shows that cutting a shower from 10 to five minutes …

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Both members of K-Pop group TREASURE leave the group; The agency issues a statement

South Korean boy band TREASURE, which debuted in 2020 with 12 members, will drop to just 10. Boy band members Mashiho and Bang Ye-dam recently bid farewell to the musical group. According to a report by SoompiOn Tuesday, TREASURE’s agency YG Entertainment released a statement in which they revealed that …

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Local Veterans Day 2022 Ceremonies in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam

Do you know of a Veterans Day ceremony that isn’t listed here? Please email Heather Clark, [email protected] and the list will be updated. November 9 Katona: 2:00 p.m. The Westchester County Celebration will be held at Lasdon Park, Arboretum & Veterans Memorial Park in Katonah. For more information, visit facebook.com/Westchestergov. …

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The 1975s are truly at their best

Last week before the 1975 set up for the american tour of their new record, Being funny in a foreign languageknown leader and shitposter Matty Healey got emo online. He tweeted that he was ‘nervous’ about the new show and wrote: ‘this is super ambitious and different and honestly i’m …

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Aaron’s party was a pop gem as a product of its time

The news of Aaron Carter’s death at the age of 34 last weekend hit close to home for fans. Many had followed the teen idol since he emerged from the shadow of his big brother, Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter. It’s rare to see someone evolve and grow as an artist …

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Every romance character available in Harvestella

For players eager to find love in the new adventure life simulation game, Harvestelleluckily there are plenty of characters they can fall in love with. Harvestelle encourage players to live a life of self-sufficiency using a vibrant home as their base as they cooperate with allies to overcome various threats. …

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Disney Celebrates ‘Pop Music’ With New Musical Popcorn Box

It’s a well-known fact that Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort offer some pretty tasty snacks, like churros, Mickey Mouse-shaped pretzels, and especially popcorn. There are several popcorn carts located around the parks so visitors can also purchase popcorn and specialty popcorn buckets. Credit: Disney Popcorn buckets are a …

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Star drummer returns to Houston to play Warehouse live with his band — Dustin Kaufman follows the music

JThree expressions that describe the musical work of the New York-based group St. Lucia are: joie de vivre, creative risk-taking and escape. In reference to escapism, drummer Dustin Kaufman notes, “I think of the arts as escapism, in a lot of ways.” Houston native Kaufman returns to Bayou City this …

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As Election Day Approaches, Political Violence Escalates and America’s Racist History Repeats

As we enter the home stretch before Election Day, I watch America’s history of political violence repeat itself, and it is alarming. Here in Philadelphia, the birthplace of American freedom, the 2020 presidential election was marred by city officials receiving death threats, gunmen marching to the Pennsylvania Convention Center as …

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Emo legend Paramore announces stadium gig in San Francisco

November 4, 2022 Hayley Williams of Paramore performs during Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 8, 2018 in Manchester, Tennessee. C Flanigan/WireImage Emo is back. The early heart-and-neck genre has seen a revival in recent years, with events like Emo Brunch and festivals like When We Were Young drawing …

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5 Songs By IVE Your Playlist Needs

IVE is one of Korea’s debut girl groups that is already conquering the world! Less than a year later ive debut, the girls have already cemented the top spots in both Korean and global music charts. Looking to add some of their music to your library? Here are five IVE …

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Gibson and Guitars For Vets team up – Music Connection Magazine

Gibson gives–the charitable arm of Gibson the iconic American instrument brand – and Guitars for Vets announced the third edition REMEMBRANCE ROCK, live concert on tuesday november 8 to GIBSON GARAGE in Nashville, Tennessee. The REMEMBRANCE ROCK live concert at GIBSON GARAGE will be hosted by blues firebrand Jared James …

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Key studio sessions: Queasy

As the AOTY season approaches, Uncomfortablethe first album of Shining now isn’t exactly on the lips of many curators and trendsetters – but it absolutely should be. An all-indie release that hit streaming services this summer, it’s hands down one of the best things I’ve heard of 2022: an electrifying …

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Takeoff was not the most visible member of Migos. But he was her heart.

Comment this story Comment At the 2017 BET Awards, Quavo, Offset and Takeoff — members of Atlanta rap trio Migos — reflected on their success in a red carpet interview with rapper Joe Budden and DJ Akademiks. But the exchange went awry when Akademiks casually asked Takeoff about his lack …

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Carrie Underwood, Yola, among performers at the 2022 American Music Awards

The November 20, 2022 American Music Awards (AMAs) will feature a decidedly Nashville and country flavor. Besides NSAI’s Co-Songwriter of the Decade, Taylor Swift is tied with Beyoncé for the lead in nominations, with six; Carrie Underwood and Yola will take the stage at the event, which airs live from …

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Bossa Blue Wails at the Stissing Center – The Millbrook Independent

From left to right: Jerry Plotkin, Bobby Sabella, Mark Dann, Brad Cole by Kevin T. McEneaney Due to the Desert Typhoon, or whatever hit Las Vegas this weekend, the annual Emo Music Festival has been cancelled. But not at the Stissing Center in Pine Plains, NY, where Bossa Blue with …

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10 Halloween pop songs by LGBTQ-loved divas

Halsey, Rihanna, Britney Spears Before you know it, Halloween night will be here… are you ready? Did you buy candy for the trick-or-treaters? Have you chosen your sexy costume? If you’re hosting a party, have you set up your playlist? Any good Halloween party should feature music that switches between …

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Musicians share their memories of entertaining PSU fans | News, Sports, Jobs

LEWISTOWN — Bill Huff summed up his dad Bob’s experience at Penn State football games as good old-time music. The late Bob Huff was an original member of the legendary Tailgate Troubadours, who roamed the parking lots of Beaver Stadium serenading fans with traditional Penn State songs for …

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Football is coming to Calvin – Calvin University Chimes

The board approved the university’s strategic plan for athletics – an investment and expansion strategy that aims to bring a number of new teams, including football, to campus, as well as new and improved outdoor athletics facilities. The board’s approval is a green light for the addition of men’s American …

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The best live music concerts in the Sarasota, Bradenton and Punta Gorda area

It’s another week of high-profile live music in Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties, with a mix of genres from local, national and even international musicians. On Friday, for example, Cuban reggaeton duo Gente de Zona, winners of a Latin Grammy and a Billboard Latin Music Award, play at the Van …

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K-Pop group Twice shot a music video in a Vancouver SkyTrain

South Korean K-Pop girl group TWICE has a Vancouver connection. The nine-member group just made history as the first female K-Pop artist to land three Billboard top 10 albums. This week will also mark his eighth week with multiple albums in the Billboard top 200, which is another record. The …

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Mac Sabbath, Black Feathers, Disco Biscuits,

A UK-based husband-wife duo will bring something familiar to town when The Black Feathers perform at Isis Music Hall. The duo of Ray Hughes and Sian Chandler fused Americana, folk and acoustic indie rock into their songs, which was well known to local ears, and began to cultivate an American …

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13 other languages ​​supported on Emojipedia

Today at Emojipedia, we’ve expanded the selection of languages ​​that can be used to navigate and search our site, bringing the total number of supported languages ​​to nineteen. The new languages ​​now supported are: Among the languages ​​listed above are the five most spoken languages ​​in India – happy 🪔 …

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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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Disney Music Group and Obsess unveil the Disney Music Emporium experience — Retail Technology Innovation Hub

Disney Music Group and e-commerce platform Obsess have announced the launch of a virtual Disney Music Emporium experience. It gives people an online way to discover, listen, learn and buy soundtracks and songs from the Disney catalog. “We’re thrilled to partner with Obsess to launch an exciting new shopping experience …

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Marco Odermatt dominates the opening of the Alpine Skiing World Cup season

SÖLDEN, Austria — After dominating the season-opening Men’s World Cup on Sunday, Marco Odermatt took off his racing helmet and pointed to the Red Bull logo. The Swiss skier’s victory came a day after Dietrich Mateschitzco-founder and owner of the Austrian energy drink brand, had died at the age of …

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Music defines every stage of our lives – and me and my mixtape have nothing to hide | Maddie Thomas

We’ve all said it (or even shouted it) when a song from our past pops up: “What a throwback!” Music accompanies our lives. It becomes etched in our memory alongside our greatest milestones, from weddings to funerals, from summer love to heartbreak. It can make or break a night (nothing …

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Halloween zombies roam the Laois Emo Court

Enter Emo Court if you dare this Halloween, for a spooky classic film screening accompanied by live music. Get into a spooky mood this Halloween weekend with a very special outdoor screening of the classic Night of the Living Dead at Emo Court. The 1968 cult zombie film will be …

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Innovative Music Publishing Market Strategy by 2030 | Universal Music Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management

North America, March 2022,– – The Music Publishing Market research report includes an in-depth study of the major Global music publishing market leading players as well as the company profiles and planning adopted by them. This helps the marketer of the Music Publishing report to get a clear view of …

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The best restaurant in Austin is the Italian restaurant L’Oca d’Oro, according to the Statesmen newspaper

Fresh off his appearance in the new season of Somebody Feed Phil this week, Statesman Food critic Matthew Odam has published his annual food guide in which he ranks the best restaurants in Austin. Number one is Italian restaurant Mueller L’Oca d’Oro, as chef co-owners Fiore Tedesco and Adam Orman …

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Popular show Great British Bake Off becomes a musical in London

Only a few weeks later The Great British Bake Off wowing viewers with its ignorance of Mexican cuisine and culture, the show heralded its entry into new, uncharted territory: London’s West End. A tweet this week announced the upcoming premiere of The great British musical Bake Off in England’s theater …

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CMA Awards 2022: Blue Island Teacher Justin Antos to Receive CMA Foundation Music Teacher Excellence Award

BLUE ISLAND, Ill. (WLS) — A high school teacher makes Chicago Proud by shaping young minds to the sound of music. In fact, he’s one of 30 teachers, across the country, who will receive the CMA Foundation’s Excellence in Music Teacher Award Wednesday night in Nashville, Tennessee. Music in all …

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BITS & BYTES: discussion on “broken crystals”; Pittsfield Green Drinks; Eve from the tale; Explore Black Roots music; Tribute tape to Van Morrison; Simon’s Rock Family Weekend; Hudson Basilica Events

Jacques Blount. Photo by Tadin Brown. Eve Kugler “Shattered Crystals: A Lecture by Holocaust Survivor Eve Kugler” Pittfield– Berkshire Community College (BCC) and BCC’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will present “Shattered Crystals: A Talk by Holocaust Survivor Eve Kugler” via Zoom on Wednesday, October 19 at 12:30 p.m. The …

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Halloween zombies roam Emo Court in Laois

Enter Emo Court if you dare this Halloween, for a spooky classic film screening accompanied by live music. Get into a spooky mood this Halloween weekend with a very special outdoor screening of the classic Night of the Living Dead at Emo Court. The 1968 cult zombie film will be …

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Noel Duggan: founding member of Clannad dies at 73 | Music

Noel Duggan, founding member of Irish folk band Clannad, has died aged 73. The group shared the news on their Twitter account, adding that Duggan died “suddenly in Donegal” on October 15. “Noel will forever be remembered for his outstanding guitar solos, his love of music and his dedication to …

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Stray Kids Becomes Second K-Pop Act To Rank Multiple No. 1 Albums In The U.S.

South Korean boy band Stray Kids (credit JYP Entertainment). JYP Entertainment Stray Kids is back at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, but not with its recent champion. South Korean boy band releases new EP Maxident, which opens in the first position of the count with 117,000 shifted equivalent units. …

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River Raisin Center for Arts, Meyer Theater announce season offerings

Local and national theater opportunities abound in Monroe County. Offerings begin now and continue through spring. The River Raisin Center for the Arts and Meyer Theater at Monroe County Community College have announced their upcoming seasons. Other local theater companies, such as Monroe Community Players and Bedford Community Players, will …

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Ledger Sports Roundup 10/15/2022 – The Mexico Ledger

By Jeremy Jacob, sportswriter District Softball Centralia can’t strike out runs in 7-0 loss to Tolton Centralia has scored runs in every possible way this season, but hasn’t found a way to touch home plate. The No. 5 Lady Panthers were shut out for the second team this season in …

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Jennie performs an unreleased song, surprises everyone with a moving performance

The first day of BLACKPINK’s BORN PINK concert in Seoul was a feast for the eyes as Jennie surprised fans with a never-before-seen song performance. October 15, 2022 marked the first day of the long-awaited concert of the pink venom girl group. Marketed as the biggest world tour ever by …

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25th Annual Bands of America Competition Returns to STL

ST. LOUIS — More than 60 bands came to the America’s Center Dome on Friday for the 25th annual Bands of America competition. The weeds in the parking lot of the Dome have cleared and a sea of ​​buses arrives with young musicians carrying their instruments. “It’s bigger, so it’s …

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Show Me Body, JPEGMAFIA, Gold Panda, Actress, more

So many artists, so many songs, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We …

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Lizzo’s Rising Story: From Underground Artist to Pop and Rap Industry Star

Lizzo is the embodiment of self-love and confidence perfectly paired with enormous talent. His path to fame is one of the most interesting in recent times. Although she was always talented, success came years later after major struggles and hard work. Let’s dive into the details of her journey and …

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Office DJ: Songs to cope with a hot fall in Chapel Hill

I miss summer. For the past three years I have had the best summers of my life because I work at a summer camp. My days were filled with the perfect amount of chaos that only comes from working with children all day. The only missions I had were to …

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Everything we know about the troubling Mohbad vs Marlian music situation

by Mohbad Peace is one of the greatest songs in the country right now, but anyone who follows social media would know that the Afropop star’s name dominates online conversations for far from peaceful reasons. Here’s everything we know about the ongoing back and forth between Mohbad, his label, Marlian …

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Women’s group in Hacienda Heights spreads mariachi music culture – NBC Los Angeles

In a home studio in Hacienda Heights, the Mariachi Divas give us a delicious insight into Mexican culture that dates back hundreds of years. The woman who founded this all-girl band in the late 90s is Cindy Shea, a single mother of two who fell in love with music. “When …

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The ‘Adelante Method’ helped me succeed as a Latina journalist • Missouri Independent

A Mizzou student asked me last month how I had succeeded as a Latina journalist in a white-dominated industry. The question followed a similar theme to those posed by other members of the Latin American Student Association, who had invited me to the university’s Columbia campus to speak as part …

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VOSD podcast: live! At Politifest South

October 7, 2022 To kick off Politifest 2022, we’re hosting a first-ever Politifest South special: a two-part podcast recorded in front of a live audience at the Emo Brown Foundation focused on the biggest races in South County. Part One: National City National City mayoral candidates Mayor Alejandra Sotelo-Solis and …

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These Olly Murs songs are a cure for a ‘broken heart’

Finally! Olly Murs is return and we are so excited for this new era. The cheeky boy from Essex took some time out of the spotlight but made a comeback with his brand new single ‘Die Of A Broken Heart’. The pop reggae banger is the lead single from his …

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These musicians return to their hometown of Kerala after three decades to organize an international music festival

Two indie rock musicians who were part of Thiruvananthapuram’s nascent rock music scene in the early 1990s are returning to the city to host the International Indie Music Festival, a five-day multi-genre festival in Kovalam from November 9-13. Two indie rock musicians who were part of Thiruvananthapuram’s nascent rock music …

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PRETTYMUCH announces that Nick Mara is leaving the group – Billboard

Nick Mara of PRETTYMUCH announced that he would be leaving the band to “take on new projects as an individual”. The group released A declaration Friday (October 7) saying goodbye to Mara, but assuring fans that they will continue to make music with four members. Explore See the latest videos, …

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Emo Philips shares his favorite Judy Tenuta story as the comedian passes by

Emo Philips has paid tribute to comedian Judy Tenuta by sharing her favorite story about her after news broke of her death. While the duo were known for co-hosting Night Flight, few people know they’ve had a romantic relationship in the past. Judy died of ovarian cancer at the age …

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Does Billie Eilish know the Armani White song?

If you’ve logged onto TikTok — or heck, even Instagram at this point — in the past couple of months, you’ve probably come across a song called “Billie Eilish.” If not, you definitely will now. If you’re of a certain age, this song is probably pissing you off, because for …

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SES successfully launches second and third C-band satellites on ULA Rocket

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SES today announced that the SES-20 and SES-21 satellites have been successfully launched into space by the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, United States, at 5:36 p.m. local time on Tuesday, October 4. The two C-band satellites …

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Kylie Jenner’s side bangs feel so early 2000s

Kylie Jenner was a bit of a surprise at Paris Fashion Week, making her debut at the Acne Studios show on September 28. She did not slow down, chaining show after show, always with a totally different hairstyle to go with the brand outfit. One of our favorites was Jenner’s …

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Can “K-pop” offer a global hit on ETFs?

South Korean entertainment has risen to the top of global charts – and now an ETF provider is hoping that fame can translate into financial gains for exchange-traded fund investors beyond the Asian country. Research suggests that thematic ETFs, on average, underperform, in part because when they launch they are …

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Warner Music Group Corp. (NASDAQ:WMG) Receives Consensus “Moderate Buy” Rating From Brokerages

Shares of Warner Music Group Corp. (NASDAQ:WMG – Get Rating) received an average rating of “moderate buy” from the fifteen rating agencies that cover the company, reports MarketBeat Ratings. Two equity research analysts rated the stock with a sell recommendation, two issued a hold recommendation and ten issued a buy …

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Native American students hope new education law will help reverse years of misinformation

By Joe Hong, CalMatters Raven Casas, 16, remembers an English homework assignment where her teacher sent students a link to a website called “Native American Artifacts.” Students had to choose an artifact and write about its symbolism. But when Casas clicked on the link, she found images of merchandise touting …

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Rachel Berry’s Best Solos, Ranked – Billboard

More than 10 years later Joy premiered on the small screen, one of its latest storylines came to life on September 6 when the show’s lead actress, Lea Michele, debuted as Fanny Brice in the 2022 Broadway revival of funny girl. If you need a reminder, here’s what you missed …

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David Beck on Texas Firsts and new album ‘Bloom & Fade’

This article is part of the ongoing Wide Open Country series Where I come fromwhich explores how the artists’ hometowns have shaped them. Raised in the Texas Hill Country, David Beck grew up revering Texas music. His father, Bill Whitbeck, has played bass for Texas icon Robert Earl Keen since …

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Classical Concerts to Fill Your Music Weekends This Fall in DC

For some people, the arrival of autumn is synonymous with cardigans and shawls. For others, it’s cider donuts and pumpkin spice. But for us, it’s the return of classical music — and the more, the better. Fortunately for local music lovers, the orchestras and ensembles of our hometown are not …

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