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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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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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Muse Announces 2023 ‘Will Of The People’ North American Tour; Evanescence confirmed as special guest

Muse (Photo credit: Nick Fancher/provided by BB Gun Press) Thu Sep 29, 2022 8:55 PM Tickets on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on October 7 here In addition to the worldwide success of their ninth studio album, “Will Of The People”, multi-platinum and Grammy Award-winning rock band …

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How Dallas’ Good Records Became the Alice Cooper Capital of the World

One of the most unlikely and unique nights in recent Dallas music history, and in particular the life of Good Records co-owner Chris Penn, didn’t exactly start with all engines running. In fact, it was an engine that failed 24 hours ago that nearly ruined the night Penn had dreamed …

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Norman Rockwell’s economy will never come back

Promising a return to a Norman Rockwell past where everyone had good jobs, financial stability, and a chance to realize the American dream is great policy, but terrible economic policy. The current and last US president, perhaps reminiscent of an economy from its glory days, are both guilty of this. …

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Caden Hooter selected for the 2023 Dream All-American Bowl

ARLINGTON — Caden Hooter, a sophomore at Anderson-Shiro High School, has been nominated and accepted for the 2023 Dream All-American Bowl to be held Jan. 16, 2023 at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. After rigorous committee review, the top athletes were invited to participate in the exclusive All-Star …

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Jack Kerouac’s musical side celebrated on his centenary with the help of his friend, 91-year-old pioneer David Amram

A Friday, September 16 concert at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan centered on Beat Generation writer/poet Jack Kerouac’s 100th birthday, but the most jaw-dropping number at hand that night was 65; it had been many years since one of the evening’s performers, David Amram, had pioneered improvised jazz poetry in an …

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Versatile Hollywood villain Henry Silva dies at 95

Henry Silva, an actor who rose to prominence in the 1950s and early 1960s playing smooth-faced, rough-faced heavyweights in Hollywood dramas – notably the dope peddler called ‘Mother’ in ‘A Hatful of Rain” and a North Korean agent in “The Manchurian Candidate,” died Sept. 14 in Los Angeles. He was …

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Free students from debt by investing in public schools

President Joe Biden will spend several hundred billion dollars to cancel the debts of millions of students. The big outlay will likely bolster his standing among graduates in the up to $125,000-a-year salary bracket who populate the deep blue polling places of urban America. Perhaps the next administration will try …

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Robert Cray Band performs at Strauss Square on September 30

Photo by Robert Cray courtesy of Turner Cray Inc. Facebook Twitter pinterest Legendary American roots/blues/soul and R&B artist Robert Cray and his band will perform on the Strauss Square outdoor concert stage on September 30. Their performance is presented by AT&T Performing Arts Center and is supported by local artist …

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Indie Rock Hit Parade Live Session: Enumclaw

“The best band since Oasis” joins us in the studio for this Indie Rock Hit Parade session; just ask them! Originally from Tacoma, Washington, Enumclaw are named after a Native American thunder spirit, as well as a town in nearby King County. Although there is a bit of PNW crunch …

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ASU Wind Bands 2022-23 Season Highlights Collaborations

September 8, 2022 As part of ASU’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ASU Wind Bands kicks off its 2022-23 season on September 15 at ASU Gammage with a concert featuring composers representing Argentina, Colombia, Cuba and the Mexico. Joining them on stage are students from ASU Dance, CONDER|dance and Grupo …

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Abbey Pierce and The Sinners headline HogTown on Saturday

HogTown, the pregame destination for Razorback fans of all ages, is located on Maple Street, just north of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, between Razorback Road and Stadium Drive. This free event will start four hours before Saturday’s game against South Carolina and end 30 minutes before kickoff to allow …

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Creedence Clearwater Revival shares never-before-seen live performance of “Proud Mary (at the Royal Albert Hall)” from new documentary and live album released September 16

Craft Recordings recently announced the upcoming release of Splashback Clearwater Revivalthe legendary long-lost recording of their 1970 show at London’s Royal Albert Hall, which will be available for the first time in multiple formats (detailed below) as Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall. The live album is set …

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Boom Kinetic will perform in HogTown on Saturday

HogTown, the pregame destination for Razorback fans of all ages, is located on Maple Street, just north of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, between Razorback Road and Stadium Drive. This free event will begin four hours before Saturday’s game against Cincinnati and end 30 minutes before kickoff to allow fans …

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Johnny Rzeznik one of the most underrated rockers of his time

Johnny Rzeznik (center) and The Goo Goo Dolls performed at the Toyota Music Factory on Wednesday August 31 in Irving. MacEngel Fort Worth Star Telegram The only reason Johnny Rzeznik never rose to the level of acclaim and fame, as contemporaries Eddie Vedder, the late Kurt Cobain and/or Dave Grohl …

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Mac Sabbath Announces 2022 ‘Pop-Up-Drive-Thru Tour’

Share the post “Mac Sabbath Announces 2022 ‘Pop-Up-Drive-Thru Tour'” Fast food metalworkers Mac Sabbath have announced plans to bring their “Pop-Up-Drive-Thru Tour” to North American cities later this year. The extensive outing will kick off on September 27 in San Francisco, Calif., and is expected to run through late fall …

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Lions Pride, Mental Health and UW Varsity Band Highlight New September Programs

August 29, 2022 Alyssa Beno In September, learn about efforts to tackle suicide crises in the United States, how a famous pride of lions is fighting for its survival in Kenya, and watch the UW Varsity Band perform after a two-year hiatus. Watch these programs on PBS Wisconsin or download …

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Is Jibri Bell still with his band

Jibri Bell displays erratic and isolating behavior on 90 Day Fiancé’s Tell-All Season 9, which has fans curious about her band’s future. Jibri Bell did not entertain 90 day fiance fans of the franchise with his aggressive and messy antics in Season 9 Tell-All, but the eccentric American still seems …

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The rich musical history of Macon, GA

Musician Little Richard performs during the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Halftime Show on December 31, 2004. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images Detroit and Memphis are two cities that made historic contributions to American music during the 20th century. But for Scott Freeman, a journalist who started his career in Macon and …

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Wisconsin Wild Rice Season Approaches for Tribal and Open Public Harvest

MOLE LAKE — When the government forced northern Wisconsin’s first inhabitants, the Ojibwa, to set aside reservations a fraction of the size of their territory nearly 200 years ago, tribal leaders knew exactly which tracts of land would be best for their people. They chose areas that had the best …

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Son Peruchos performed at the Summer Sunday Concert Series – Iowa State Daily

Roosevelt Park welcomes Son Peruchos Members of the Ames community gathered to watch Andean and South American folk music group Son Peruchos for the Summer Sunday Concert Series at Roosevelt Park. The Des Moines-based band performs with a zampona, quena and charango, traditional South American folk instruments. Members of the …

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The Mid-American Chapter of the Musical Box Society International Performs at the 45th Annual Musical Organ Gathering

Last month, Carillon Historical Park hosted the 45th Annual Music Organ Gathering. The Mid-American Chapter of International Music Box Society was there to play their instruments which have a rich history. The organ is an old mechanical instrument. You manually turn a crank and it produces music. The faster you …

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American Idol winner Noah Thompson to perform at Kentucky Fair

Louisa, Kentucky, a Noah Thompson native wowed first her co-workers on construction sites and then the judges on “American Idol.” He will be present at the Kentucky State Fair. David McClister Last summer around this time, Noah Thompson had already had an audience. She was modest in stature, but devout …

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Terrace Martin pays homage to her father with new band debuting in Oakland

Terrace Martin is on a mission to turn the world upside down, and her ambitious vision is guided by the massive sound of a Hammond B-3 organ. The multi-instrumentalist, rapper, actor and producer from Los Angeles speaks at the center of the Southland scene where jazz players, R&B musicians and …

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Buffalo Music Hall of Fame Presents Class of 2022

During a press conference at the Buffalo History Museum, an official announcement was made which pointed to the 2022 inductees into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame. This is a special year for the organization, which celebrates 40 years of recognizing the musicians who put this city on a musical …

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Warren Italian-American Heritage Festival keeps the family vibe | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo / R. Michael Semple Volunteers Rosanne Dando, left, of Newton Falls and Allyson Scala Ficeti of Girard clean tables in the cultural tent in preparation for the 37th Annual Warren Italian American Heritage Festival, which begins today at Courthouse Square. WARREN – Corey Hovance …

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“It’s beautiful to be with my sisters”: the Tiarras seek to empower a generation through music

Tiffany, Sophia and Tori Baltierra of the Tiarras went viral ICT Tac after releasing their rendition of Caifanes’ “La Negra Tomasa” in a psychedelic cumbia guitar riff. The video garnered nearly 400,000 views and has since taken the Austin band’s fan base to new heights. The Sisters are an award-winning …

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Two Native American Festivals in August Celebrate Harvest with Music, Dance and Food – Hartford Courant

Two annual Native American events celebrating the harvest will take place in August: the Green Corn Festival in Washington and Schemitzun in Mashantucket. The 17th Annual Green Corn Festival, presented by the Institute for American Indian Studies, will take place August 14 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Riverwalk …

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Steven Van Zandt names the most important American band in history

E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt recently posted a tweet to express his love for The Byrds, evoking their great importance in the history of music as an American group. Steven Van Zandt enjoys spending his free time on social media when he’s not busy working on music. Primarily on …

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FCC plans to further open Ku-band to non-GEO satellite operators

TAMPA, Fla. — The Federal Communications Commission is considering opening up more Ku-band spectrum to Starlink and other non-geostationary satellite (NGSO) operators to improve broadband speeds. The US regulator said Aug. 3 that it would seek comments on a proposed release of 17 GHz frequencies as approved. a similar gesture …

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OHS Group looks forward to the new year

Sonia Campos, new director of the Odessa high school orchestra, hopes for a successful year. Having started practicing on July 25, Campos said she has 150 students so far. The summer group will end on Monday with a 13 hour day. The OHS group proves itself in the parking lot …

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Global Self-Sealing Paper Tapes Market Business Trends | Regional overview 2022-2029

Industry Outlook and Forecast Details The global Self-Sealing Paper Tapes Market 2022 research offers extremely realistic and comprehensive Self-Sealing Paper Tapes Market statistics which helps you promote several innovative ideas with research-based components. Our in-depth analysis of the global self-adhesive paper tapes market is validated by a series of inspections …

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Mitchell Hamline’s Native American Law and Sovereignty Institute Launches Advisory Council – News & Events

Mitchell Hamline’s Native American Law and Sovereignty Institute (NALS) formed its first advisory council to offer strategic advice on issues such as the recruitment, retention, and graduation of Native American law students and graduates. The seven-member board, whose members will serve two-year terms, will also work to help develop programs …

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How the Predator franchise is breaking new ground for Native Americans on screen | Horror films

OWould you be surprised to learn that Native Americans used toothbrushes? Or would you be more surprised to learn that from a Predator movie? At the same time as it offers us the usual invisible butchery inflicted by extraterrestrials, Prey, the fifth and last opus of the franchise, delivers its …

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New Hollywood renegade Bob Rafelson dies at 89

Bob Rafelson, who co-created the made-for-TV band the Monkees in the 1960s and helped define the ambitious and groundbreaking ethos of New Hollywood, directing Jack Nicholson in “Five Easy Pieces” and producing generational credentials such as “Easy Rider” and “The Last Picture Show,” died July 23 at his home in …

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I Prevail Fan Fulfills Wish To Provide Sign Language To Group

The recent InkCarceration festival provided plenty of memorable moments, but for one I Prevail fan, she has one memory that gave her the “moment of her life.” As detailed in the recently shared video from the festival, a young woman named Kailey had the opportunity to be the group’s sign …

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Things to do in Long Beach: Movie nights, free concerts, skate parties and orchid talk

“Another day in paradise,” the saying goes, and while Long Beach and Signal Hill have their issues (lack of housing, ongoing attempts to increase equity, COVID-19, and now multiple local cases of monkeypox – the list is long), cities always seem heavenly, especially during those hot summer months. And what …

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Music for Hard Times – Eugene Weekly

Difficult times can make great art. From July 27-31 and August 2-6, the Shedd Institute will host its 31st Oregon Festival of American Music, pennies from heaven. This year’s theme is American music from 1929 to 1941, the years of the Great Depression. Despite these difficult times, the period was …

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See the new video of Dead Cross (Mike Patton) against the Supreme Court

Dead Cross, the punk/metal supergroup consisting of singer Mike Patton (Faith No More), drummer Dave Lombardo (Slayer, Testament), bassist Justin Pearson (Locust) and guitarist Michael Crain (Retox) ambushed the Supreme Court of the United States with a new song and video, and announced the release of a new album in …

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Watch: SYSTEM OF A DOWN’s SERJ TANKIAN and JOHN DOLMAYAN perform ‘antennae’ with cover band on Mexican Street

Serge Tankian and John Dolmayan of SYSTEM OF A DOWN played the band song “Air” with the rock cover outfit WAY this Friday, July 15 during John50th anniversary celebration in the streets of San José del Cabo, Mexico. The video of the performance can be seen below. Dolmayan Is married …

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Japanese Breakfast cancels show instead of Michael Flynn tour

Comment this story Comment Alternative pop group Japanese Breakfast has announced that it will not be performing at Main Street Armory in Rochester, New York, after learning that the venue will also host the far-right ReAwaken America tour next month. The ReAwaken Tour, hosted by Tulsa businessman Clay Clark and …

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Kane Roberts joins Alice Cooper’s group

Kane Roberts is back in Alice Cooper’s band this fall. The muscular guitarist, who played in Cooper’s band in the mid-’80s, replaces Nita Strauss, who announced her departure from the band earlier this week. “I look forward to welcoming Kane Roberts back for our shows in September and October,” Cooper …

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Metallica’s TikTok Clip Featuring Stranger Things’ Eddie Munson Goes Viral

LOS ANGELES — Heavy metal band Metallica went viral on TikTok with a “duet” of their song Master Of Puppets over the weekend, due to their Stranger Things connection. In the season finale of the hit Netflix series, a character named Eddie Munson (played by Joseph Quinn) plays the guitar …

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‘Bye Bye, Miss American Pie’ – iconic song still resonates today | Western Colorado

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Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band Rock Fort Campbell’s Independence Day Celebration – Clarksville Online

Fort Campbell, Kentucky – Fort Campbell hosted its annual Independence Day Celebration and Concert on July 4, 2022, offering a day of games and activities, food trucks, live music and fireworks. Families started arriving around 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the Free Family Fun Zone, which featured 12 inflatables. The program …

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Nightlife and Music | Well done A-Z

10-12 Lounge 910 Main Street, Clarkdale 928-639-0800 1012Lounge.com Thurs 7/7 5pm Livas & Morgan Sat 9/7 2 p.m. As ‘N’ Eights Sun 7/10 2pm Menagerie Tue 7/12 5pm Jack Couchman Calavera Mexican Restaurant 747 Main Street S, Cottonwood (928) 634-9618 Open mic July 17 Old Corral Bar 11375 E. Cornville …

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A Patriotic Parade Returns – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

The first in 3 years, Ashland’s Independence Day celebration featured bands, classic cars, Uncle Sam and a ‘thank you’ to local frontline healthcare workers Jamie Lusch/Mail Tribune Patricia Norris of Ashland stays warm during Ashland’s Monday 4th of July Parade downtown. Hints of overcast rain kicked off Ashland’s first Independence …

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Stephen Stills Wasn’t Allowed To Join The Monkees But He Changed The Band Forever

The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz was asked if Stephen Stills ever tried to join his band. Dolenz said people joked that Stills wasn’t allowed to join the band because some part of his body was unattractive. On the other hand, the Monkees’ “Last Train to Clarksville” co-writer discussed Stills’ connection to …

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Celebrate Independence Day at the George HW Bush Presidential Library and Museum

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – Looking for a place to celebrate Independence Day with the family? The College Station Noon Lions Club hosts its annual 4th of July “I Love America” ​​celebration at the George HW Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University. Noon Lions Club member Esther Miranda …

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A Hank Williams Itinerary in Alabama

Placeholder while loading article actions I’ve never seen such a long night When time creeps by The moon has just passed behind the clouds – Hank Williams, “I’m so lonely I could cry” The crafted poetry of songs such as “I’m so Lonesome I Could Cry”, “Cold, Cold Heart”, “Your …

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4th of July Fireworks Return to Inner Harbor – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore waterfront will once again be lit up with fireworks and fun this Independence Day. After a two-year absence, the Mayor’s Office, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Waterfront Partnership are teaming up to bring the celebrations …

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SOTM Antenna (Ku, Ka, Q/V Band) Global Market Growth Drivers, Restraints, Trends by 2028-Communications & Power Industries (CPI), Comtech, Narda-MITEQ

SOTM Antenna Market (Ku, Ka, Q/V Band) A new report titled Report on SOTM Antennas (Ku, Ka, Q/V Band) Market Size, Growth and Forecast 2022-2028, Breakdown Data by Company, Key Regions, Types and Applications. The report has been compiled using primary as well as secondary research methodology which will provide …

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Review: G. Love’s Decisive Journey from North to South

G.Love/Philadelphia Mississippi/Thirty TigersThree out of five stars Following on from its 2020 Grammy-nominated offering, The juice, Philadelphia Mississippi represents a change of course for Garrett Dutton, better known by his professional handle, G. Love. He finds him venturing into the heart of Mississippi and recording with a local hero of …

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Burger Highlife was the sound of the Ghanaian diaspora of the 80s

FEATURES Burger Highlife was the sound of the Ghanaian diaspora of the 80s By Fazio’s Megan Iacobini 24 June 2022 “We knew we couldn’t destroy our roots, our highlife music, but what we were trying to do was come up with something new, something different,” Ghanaian musician Wilson Boateng says …

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THE ROOTS AND REVERBERATIONS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTRY-ROCK, PRESENTED BY CITY NATIONAL BANK

The exhibition will examine the Los Angeles-based movement that transformed popular music and inspired future generations of country and American artists. NASHVILLE, Tenn.and LOS ANGELES, June 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum announced its next major exhibition with two separate events at Troubadour …

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Negaunee City Band concert scheduled for Wednesday | News, Sports, Jobs

NEGAUNEE — Director Lucas Wickstrom announced the schedule for this week’s Negaunee City Band concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Outdoor Performing Arts Center at the east end of Iron Street. Some seating is available, but participants may wish to bring their own chairs. The program, which …

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Live updates: Reading boom propels Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury to record profits

©Bloomberg Retail sales in China fell for a third straight month in May as lockdowns under President Xi Jinping’s zero Covid strategy dampened growth in the world’s second-largest economy. Retail sales fell 6.7% from the same period a year ago, according to official figures, but still exceeded the 7.1% decline …

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Ricketts opposes gas tax exemption, calls it ‘band-aid’ | Policy

LINCOLN — Gov. Pete Ricketts on Monday slammed the idea of ​​using a gasoline tax holiday to relieve Nebraska drivers of rising fuel prices. He said such a solution would only be temporary and, whether taken by the federal government or the state, would leave the state strapped for money …

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Upcoming Breaking the Band TV Special

Promotional photo Reelz TV has announced that the special “Scorpions: Breaking the Band” will air on the television network on Tuesday, June 19 at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT. Here’s the synopsis: “With over 100 million albums sold worldwide over an incredible 50-year career, German heavy metal giants …

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King Band Salutes Flag Day Sunday | News, Sports, Jobs

The Karl L. King Municipal Band of Fort Dodge, led by Jerrold P. Jimmerson, will continue its 2022 summer concert season Sunday night at the Karl L. King Band Shell in Oleson Park. Concert time is at 7:30 p.m. There is no admission charge, courtesy of the City …

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Worthington and Crailsheim celebrate 75 years of partnership with Wednesday night concert – The Globe

WORTHINGTON – With the American and German flags displayed on either side of the Chautauqua Park Bandshell on Wednesday evening, Worthingtonites and Crailsheimers came together to celebrate a sister city partnership that has thrived for 75 years – and is now challenged to thrive for 75 coming years . The …

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America’s Hometown Band to Perform FREE Concert June 9 — Muncie Journal

Photo by: Mary Ellen Bertram June 8, 2022 By Kathy Huggler — MUNCIE, Indiana—America’s Hometown Band will perform on stage at Canan Commons in Muncie. This will be the first performance this summer of BigBand of the American Hometown Band. The music lineup is an introduction to the tunes of …

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers bring the heat with ‘Nerve Flip’

Photo courtesy of Genius Red Hot Chili Peppers release their new song ‘Nerve Flip’ as part of their latest album ‘Unlimited Love’. This is the band’s 12th album and it’s a Japanese deluxe edition. On Friday, the Red Hot Chili Peppers released a bonus track to accompany “Unlimited Love,” their …

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8 large Tom Petty blankets

Over the years, dozens of artists have paid homage to Petty with their own renditions of his and The Heartbreakers classics. Following Petty’s untimely death at the age of 66 in 2017, after completing the Heartbreakers 40th anniversary tour, other artists came to pay their respects to the legendary singer/songwriter …

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Duluth City Councilwoman Renee Van Nett has died

DULUTH — Renee Van Nett, the first Native American woman elected to Duluth City Council, died Friday morning — just weeks after being diagnosed with terminal cancer. “It is with heavy hearts that we share the news today that Renee Van Nett, mother, sister, daughter, friend, second-term councilor and former …

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Black Music Month Details – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The month of June is set aside to celebrate the contributions and influence of Black Americans in music. The annual celebration began over 40 years ago. It was originally called Black Music Month when it was first recognized by President Jimmy Carter in 1979. Thirty years later, in 2009, President …

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Cassadaga ready for summer events | News, Sports, Jobs

CASSADAGA — The Cassadaga Lakes Summer Concert Series returns for the 2022 season, and it kicks off in a few weeks with the Strawberry Social event on June 19, where the Cassadaga Community Concert Band from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. this Sunday afternoon. This performance is sponsored …

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Paul McCartney has fun for three hours in Orlando: Review

Some things, like good wine, get better with age. The same could be said of Paul McCartney. At 79, McCartney, one of only two living Beatles, has shown through his unwavering spirit, soaring voice and polished guitar stabs that he’s still alive and that rock ‘n’ roll isn’t dead. The …

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Cable Group says 6GHz broadcasters’ concerns ‘easily’ resolved

By Christopher Cole (May 27, 2022, 6:11 p.m. EDT) – A cable company told the Federal Communications Commission that the agency can “easily allay” broadcast industry concerns that the government is considering Allowing unlicensed devices in the 6 GHz band could disrupt some information gathering operations. NCTA-The Internet & Television …

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Brevard Community Group to Perform Audience Favorites at Merritt Island High School on June 5

oldest continuously performing band on Space Coast The Brevard Community Band has selected all of the greatest hits from its repertoire and will perform audience favorites on Sunday, June 5 at the Merritt Island High School Auditorium. (Image of Brevard Community Band) BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – The …

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Updated Insight Gastric Band Devices Market Future Trends, Scope, Top Players 2016-2028

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Tristen Gressett on life after ‘American Idol’: ‘So much is in store right now’

Tristen Gressett needs to start carrying a Sharpie. The high-octane singer and guitarist from Alabama has achieved celebrity status over the past few months, thanks to a high-profile run on “American Idol.” Gressett has been asked to sign cellphone cases, boots, foreheads and other body parts – OK, just “some …

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Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades Market Has Huge Demand Profiling Key Players – Simonds International, Dalian Bi-Metal, DOALL, EBERLE, Dsspc-sanda

The recent report on “Global Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades Market Report 2022 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2030 » Offered by Credible markets, includes an in-depth survey of the geographical landscape, industry size as well as the revenue estimation of the company. In addition, the report …

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AAPI Heritage Month Inspires Beauty Collaborations 

Following the beauty industry’s support for the Stop Asian Hate movement created last year, brands are expanding their involvement in Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with sales of special editions, advocacy and support for non-profit organizations. The Celebrating AAPI Beauty box, for its part, includes products from AAPI-founded …

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