Musical groups

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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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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5 Seconds Of Summer Brings A Crew Of Ukrainians For Metaphorical “Bad Omens” Music Video

5 Seconds of Summer delighted fans by releasing a music video for “Bad Omens,” the third song on the tracklist of their new album “5SOS5.” Even before the music video was released, “Bad Omens” became a fan favorite. Billboard called the song “arena ready”. The song follows a couple who …

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Palmerston band North Stay In It win music accolades

Provided Palmerston North Girls’ High School won multiple awards at the Smokefree Tangata Beats and Smokefreerockquest National Finals. Palmerston North Girls High School band Stay In It took home four awards at the Smokefree Tangata beats and Smokefreerockquest 2022 National Finals in Auckland this weekend. The group, consisting of Rhema …

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Philadelphia can’t get enough of the Snacktime band | Music

Snacktime was a group formed during the peak of COVID. They started by giving free shows in Rittenhouse Square and thus gained traction. The band pride themselves on their energizing street performances. The group consists of seven members specializing in brass. They recently released their debut album, “Sounds From The …

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Great Music, Fun Memories at GDay Festivities

Thai singer Phum Viphurit serenades fans at G Music Fest. Thousands of people gathered over the weekend for fun and exciting activities organized by Globe for its highly anticipated “917 #ExtraGDayEveryday”, the biggest celebration of GDay to date. Events were held at Circuit Events Ground Makati and Enchanted Kingdom in …

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Warner Music Group sues Bang Energy and joins Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment

FLORIDA (CelebrityAccess) – Warner Music Group (WMG) has joined Sony Music Entertainment (SME) and Universal Music Group (UMG) in suing Bang Energy Drink for copyright infringement over the allegedly unauthorized use of music in videos promotional material posted on social media platforms, including TIC …

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Grammy Award-winning American band The Manhattans will perform in Pietermaritzburg

Grammy Award-winning American music group The Manhattans with Gerard Alston arrives in South Africa. They will perform in Pietermaritzburg on October 1, at the Midlands Music & Heritage Experience at the Royal Showgrounds. Doors will open at 3 p.m. and the event will begin at 5 p.m. The group is …

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7 Fourth Generation Girl Groups With The Most Music Show Wins

Girl groups dominate the fourth generation of K-pop. They’re rocking the music scene and winning trophies left and right. Here are the seven fourth-generation K-pop girl groups with the most music show awards as of September 2022. 7.deis_9 (Photo: fromis_9 Facebook)7 Fourth Generation Girl Groups With The Most Music Show …

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Student-Athlete Spotlight: Sheridan Dettmann, UW-Eau Claire

History links Each week during the 2022-23 academic year, the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) will feature two student-athletes (one male and one female) from one of its eight institutions for a Q&A segment “Student-Athlete Spotlight”. Segments will be posted every Thursday and individuals are selected by …

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The quintet of the US Pacific Fleet Band performs concerts in Fiji

Suva, Fiji – Tradewinds, the wind quintet of the US Pacific Fleet Band, will perform a series of concerts in Suva and Vanua Levu from September 14-21 to support ongoing cultural exchanges between the United States and Fiji. The musical ensemble, which serves as part of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, …

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The collective concert experience – Billboard

While 2022 marked the full-blown return to concerts since the global pandemic put a long hiatus in touring, SEVENTEEN’s new tour could arguably be the first live show that restores the collective sense of togetherness that makes the live experience so magical. Explore Explore See the latest videos, graphics and …

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The Beatles’ Revolver Reissue Shows the Band in a New Light: ‘It’s the Record Where We Were Most Ourselves’ | The Beatles

Yesou might think you know Yellow Submarine, that wacky, surreal Beatles number that Ringo Starr sings and the kids love. But an extraordinary and poignant first version of the song, which will soon be revealed alongside a freshly mixed edition of Revolvertells a whole different story. It’s part of a …

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Grace Kao, professor of sociology, teaches about race and place

Sociology professor Grace Kao discusses the significance of her freshman seminar, “Race and Place in British New Wave, K-Pop, and Beyond.” jenny liu September 09, 2022 at 01:09 Collaborating journalist Jessai Flores, personal illustrator Sociology professor Grace Kao said she had always been interested in applying her knowledge of sociology …

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Local music company announces 2023 production

The New Committee: Back Row L-R: Laura Dillon, Hannah Dowling, Cherise O’Moore, Emer Kilroy, Celine Slevin, Caoimhe CrosadellFront Row L-R: Mike Keena, Veronica Dalton, Joan Larkin, Lisa-Ann Roche. Published: Sun Sep 4, 2022 2:45 PM Athlone Musical Society has announced Chess as its 2023 musical. President Joan Larkin said: “We …

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Rock n’ roll kids from all over Europe converge on Navan for a special concert

Slovenian musicians preparing for the Navan concert Previous Next Picture 1 of 2 Slovenian musicians preparing for the Navan concert Picture 2 of 2 Italian musicians participating in the Relive Your Musical Youth project Published: Fri Sep 2, 2022 10:23 PM A group of older music lovers will take part …

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WORLD FOOD & MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES MAIN STAGE MUSIC LINEUP AND ADDITIONS TO TRADITIONAL LINEUP

Grammy-nominated American blues band Southern Avenue will headline the festival’s main stage on Saturday September 17. GRAND DES MOINES, Iowa, September 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The World Food & Music Festival has announced a variety of musical, culinary and creative activities that will take place during the Festival. The World …

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Behind the curtain: a preview of this fall’s Hop productions

The Hopkins Center for the Arts will offer a wide range of musical, theatrical and dance performances this fall. by Farah Lindsey Almadani | 08/31/22 01:10 Spaulding Theater This article is featured in the Freshman 2022 special issue. For many students, the start of college signals new opportunities – whether …

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Premier Jazz Music Awards Announce 2022 Nominees and Winners, Including Wayne Shorter, McCoy Tyner, Ambrose Akinmusire, Henry Threadgill, Dr. Lenora Helm Hammonds, James H. Patterson and More

ATLANTE, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Awards Ceremony to Exclusively Celebrate Jazz Music, The Jazz Music Awards: Celebrating the Spirit of Jazzand its creator and executive producer, Wendy F. Williams announce the recipients of six honorary awards and the nominees in eight competitive award categories. These special accolades, …

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Another BEVCA season brings music to Blue Earth | News, Sports, Jobs

Empire Wild is one of the bands performing in the next season of the Blue Earth Valley Concert Association. The Blue Earth Valley Concert Association (BEVCA), a non-profit organization entering its 46th season, is thrilled to bring four unique concert experiences to Blue Earth in the …

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Scorpions at the Pine Knob Music Theatre, 5 things to know – Macomb Daily

It’s been 50 years since Scorpions rolled out of Hannover, Germany with their debut album, “Lonesome Crow.” So it seems fitting that the hard rock quartet commemorates this by releasing something new. “Rock Believer” is Scorpions’ first set of new music since 2015. The band have been touring in the …

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Amics Consulting Group announces the launch of a music distribution platform

Amics Music Distribution will help artists bring their work directly to audiences around the world. NEW YORK, August 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amics Consulting Group, also known as Amics Digital Solutions, is pleased to announce the launch of its new music distribution platform, Amics Music Distribution. Amics Digital Solutions is …

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Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME) ​​shares acquired by Profund Advisors LLC

Profund Advisors LLC increased its position in shares of Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME – Get Rating) by 5.3% during the 1st quarter, according to the company in its latest communication with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The company held 105,501 shares of the company after purchasing an additional 5,277 …

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Wade Hayes is the entertainment highlight of the Jefferson County Fair | News, Sports, Jobs

Country music recording artist Wade Hayes will perform Wednesday night as part of the Jefferson County Fair. Courtesy picture LEETOWN — Country music fans can expect to see recording artist Wade Hayes on stage at the Jefferson County Fair on Wednesday, starting at 7:30 p.m. Hayes’ …

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Cult films: musical science fiction by Olivia Newton-John Toomorrow, a cult classic far removed from Grease

tomorrow WITH the sad passing of Olivia Newton-John last week, the general line was “there was more to her than just Grease, you know”. Well, if that’s the case, where should a fan of cult films craving a little alt-NPO on screen turn to for satisfaction? Well, you could do …

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Member of Original Temptations for the SPAC concert

This year, the Temptations celebrate the 60th anniversary of the groupe anniversary and are on tour with the Beach Boys, making a stop at SPAC on Thursday. Otis Williams is the sole surviving member of the band’s original commercial heyday and mid-1960s/early 1970s. Over time, he’s become the definitive temptation …

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Netflix’s ’13’ Brings Back Memories For Its Stage Cast

It’s one thing to argue with a few Von Trapp kids. A few Mathildes. A Gavroche or two. But a dozen newly minted teenagers, hormones raging and all, crammed into a handful of dressing rooms backstage at a Broadway theater? And aside from the crew, the musical director – and, …

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The founders of Westmeath Comhaltas have launched a ‘musical revolution’

Descendants of the Ó Muimhneacháin family, accompanied by members of the Reynolds Academy of Dance, performed. Published: Sun 14 Aug 2022, 08:16 On a sunny Thursday evening last week, a memorial concert detailing the historic founding of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann and its founding members took place in St. Paul’s Church. …

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Summer Youth Theater returns to Firehall with ’13: The Musical’

When she started working on “13: The Musical” for Firehall Theatre, director Angela Menotti learned that Netflix was making a film of the same Broadway show. A few weeks ago, she achieved something else: the film premiered on Netflix on August 12, the same night her show opened. People could …

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The Broken Planetarium revisits the myth of Cassandra in its original musical “Live! Prophets! Live!”

If you’re wondering what the original Broken Planetarium musical Live! Benefits! Live! has to offer, you might want to ask a more specific question: what doesn’t it have to offer? Together, playwright-actress-songwriter Laura Christina Dunn and her fellow cast members prove there’s no need for fancy theater, extravagant props or …

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The K-pop wave in the wave of COVID

A SCREEN OF K-pop group BTS’ “Permission to Dance” video. My god we are so late for the queue for free COVID reminders! In fact, Glorietta Malls open at 10am on Saturdays (and Sundays), and it’s only 10:30am – not that late, really, but why are there so many crowds …

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First woman from Indy 500 winning team hopes to continue momentum at Music City Grand Prix

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – The driver who won the inaugural Music City Grand Prix last year is on a roll. Marcus Ericsson is riding high after winning the Indy 500 in May, and he’s back in Nashville this weekend to defend his victory. On Thursday, WSMV’s Lauren Lowrey spoke with …

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Eurovision’s Rosa Linn signs deal with Columbia Records

Records of Colombia signed the Eurovision star Rosa Linn (pictured), who represented Armenia at the 2022 World Song Contest. Linn joins a roster that includes global artists like BTS, Harry Styles, Lil Nas X and Adele, among many others. A sped up version of his single “Snap” recently had a …

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Your guide to After Like, Ive’s big summer comeback

In the world of K-pop, a comeback is a big deal. Think of it like your favorite sports team’s first game of the season, except it happens several times a year because that’s when a band releases their last song. But a comeback isn’t just a song, it’s the whole …

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K-Pop group TXT and artist Iann Dior set the stage on fire with their collab song Valley of Lies

TXT and Iann Dior perform Valley of Lies in Lollapalooza HIGHLIGHTS TXT recently performed at the Lollapalooza Music Festival They were soon joined by artist Iann Dior to perform their collab song Valley of Lies Their act was well received by the public and drew attention on social media K-Pop …

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Jason Mraz’s Tour Fueled by the Power of Positive Singing During Halifax Tour Stop

Much like the waves of positivity that wash over the stage at one of his shows, a conversation with neo-folk world groove troubadour Jason Mraz can have a similar effect, as he describes how to be hopeful, engaged, proactive and knowledgeable took him to all the places most musicians can …

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Barbara Thompson obituary | Jazz

The vibrant history of fluid, cross-cultural musical innovation of the early 21st century now takes for granted the contributions of a growing cohort of powerful saxophonists. But not so long ago, a woman was a striking rarity on an instrument whose evolution in modern music, from the 1920s onwards, had …

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It’s the sound of souls singing and lives saved by m…

Rosemary Nalden remembers the first time she met Mzwandile Twala. “The memory is etched in my brain,” Nalden says. It was 19 years ago and Nalden, the founder of Buskaid, was leading a rehearsal with a group of musicians at Buskaid Music School in Diepkloof, Soweto. As the musicians played, …

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The Rising Appalachia Folk Singer Sisters Arrive at Petaluma’s Mystic Theater

Rising Appalachia’s Leah Song and Chloe Smith have sailed around British Columbia, crossed the United States and Europe by train, and will now travel to Petaluma to bring audiences some folk and soul. The folksinger sisters, who formed their band in 2005 in Atlanta, will perform at Petaluma’s Mystic Theater …

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Fans board Iron Maiden’s “Train 666” for the show

Getting to an Iron Maiden concert in style isn’t just for the band anymore. The British heavy metal giants are known for using their own aircraft to get to shows (often run by singer/pilot Bruce Dickinson himself), but they now offer luxury accommodation for fans. In Sweden on Friday night, …

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‘Jersey Boys’ a fun, whirlwind production at the REP – you’ll sing along – The Daily Gazette

Donna, my companion at Wednesday night’s fun performance of “Jersey Boys,” is a proud, middle-aged Italian from Norwalk, Connecticut. “Me well!” she cried at the end of the show, joining the crowd on her feet. “Me well!” Someone once said, “Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be,” but you can’t …

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California board clears parole for ex-Mexican mob killer

FILE – In this August 17, 2011 file photo, a corrections officer works in one of the living quarters at Pelican Bay State Prison near Crescent City, California. California authorities approved the parole of Mexican Mafia prison gang leader Rene Enriquez on Monday, July 18, 2022. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File) …

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RED BANK: AN EX-STUDENT DIRECTS THE CONSERVATORY

Students perform outside the Monmouth Conservatory house on Chestnut Street in 2019. Laura Petillo, below. (Click to enlarge.) Press release Red Bank’s Count Basie Center for the Arts has appointed longtime violinist and string instructor Laura Petillo as head of music programs for its Academy of Arts and the Count …

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Taking over from Yo-Yo Ma, Rhiannon Giddens reboots Silkroad

Comment this story Comment When people ask Rhiannon Giddens how she plans to replace Yo-Yo Ma as Silkroad Ensemble’s new artistic director, they probably get the answer that kind of question deserves. “I don’t wear shoes,” she said. “So I’m not too worried.” Since its founding by Ma in 1998, …

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Celebrations continue for the Gorey Musical Society as they bring the AIMS Awards back to the community

After a host of impressive wins and numerous Association of Irish Musical Societies (AIMS) award nominations, the members of the Gorey Musical Society have returned to where it all began for a big party. Returning from the event in Killarney, the band held a celebratory event at the Loch Garman …

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Scholarship offering free Indian musical instruments to aspiring musicians

The Harjeet Singh Music Scholarship offers free Indian musical instruments to students in the UK who are aspiring musicians who enjoy classical Indian music. The scholarship was established this year by the family and friends of Harjeet Singh, where Harjeet taught Indian classical music for over 40 years in Manchester. …

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THE SOCA A-TEAM | Local Features

If you have a party, need people to start dancing, and they aren’t already booked, you should hire Team A. For the past nine years, rising soca band The A-Team have proven this reworked phrase from their popular American action TV series to be true. A team went from “the …

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Making Music History – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Musical history will be made in Belfast on July 18 when the first of a new nationwide series of chamber group recitals take place at Waterfront Hall Studio as part of this year’s BBC Proms concerts. The exceptional Hebrides Ensemble will organize a concert from 1pm to 2pm which will …

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The great return of Wenge Musica, a legendary soukous group from the DR Congo

A historic return for ”Wenge Musica”. A few months ago, photos of the Congolese musical group circulated on social networks when some of its leaders gathered in a room to speak with one voice. JB Mpiana, Didier Masela, Werrason, Alain Makaba, Adolf Dominguez were among the founding members of the …

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Kiss Remake is now a dance club hit

A remake of the 1979 Kiss classic “I Was Made for Lovin’ You” became a 2022 dance hit. The new release comes courtesy of Oliver Heldens, a Dutch electronic music producer considered one of the best DJs in the world. Heldens originally created a “funk and disco inspired bass line” …

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In conjunction with the Latvian festival, the Ordway hosts a musical ode to the country of origin – Twin Cities

The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts turned into a seaside setting for a concert by Latvian choral and instrumental group Anima on Friday night. The group is based in the town of Saulkrasti, on the coast of the Gulf of Riga, part of the Baltic Sea. In 2021 they …

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Mother-daughter country group ONE The duo sets out to spread love and compassion

Blacks, like the music they originated, are not a monolith and have influenced the global community for eons with their rhythmic innovations. It is therefore not surprising that many black artists are turning to the genre of country music, an art form that stems from blues music and West African …

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Paul McCartney’s historic Glastonbury setlist in full as he’s joined on stage by Foo Fighters Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen

As he took to the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night, the former Beatle became the festival’s oldest solo headliner, a week after celebrating his 80th birthday. To mark the momentous occasion, Sir Paul treated the masses in the crowd to a selection of his own songs as well as beloved …

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Color of Music festival performs at CUNY for New York debut – The Ticker

The Color of Music Festival made its New York debut at the CUNY Graduate Center on June 15. During a public performance at the Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall, attendees were able to listen to classical music by black composers for free. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, the festival has …

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La Salle hosts its summer party, two fireworks shows planned – Shaw Local

1 – Celebrate La Salle this weekend. The city’s annual summer festival on Downtown Second Street runs Thursday through Sunday with the carnival opening at 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Special wristbands are $25 from 5-9 p.m. Thursday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. The festival …

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Chamber Announces Freedom Fest Music Lineup

GENTRY – The Gentry Chamber of Commerce has announced the musical lineup for this year’s Freedom Festival at Gentry City Park from noon until dark on Monday, July 4. Mitch Ryder and 2022 All Star Band members Peter Rivera, Larry Boyd and Michael Supe Granda, backed by the Back Line …

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Everyone relax: K-pop superfans say BTS’ break is NBD | BTS

ADuring a pre-recorded dinner this week celebrating their ninth anniversary as a group, K-pop superstars BTS announced that they would be taking a “hiatus.” Over crab and rice wine, rapper Suga got into a serious 40-minute discussion about that choice, including the exhaustion they felt and why exploring their personal …

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K-pop legends and kings of “soft power”: BTS from South Korea

SEOUL, June 15 – Popstars, diplomats, activists: South Korean megastars BTS are like modern Renaissance men, dominating the charts even as they represent their country and campaign for causes close to their hearts, according to reports. analysts. The pioneering boy band, who announced they would be going on hiatus yesterday, …

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New Taipei opens song contest for migrant workers

Taipei, June 14 (CNA) New Taipei has opened a labor singing competition to migrant workers for the first time this year in its 16-year history, giving more people a chance to win the NT$300,000 ( US$10,073) in prize money, the city’s Department of Labor Affairs announced on Tuesday. “The 2022 …

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Resurgam Family Festival Draws Crowds to Celebrate Maine Musicians and Artists

Anthem of Hypocrisy bassist and vocalist James Grimsley performs during the Resurgam Music and Arts Festival at Thompson’s Point in Portland on Sunday. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer After the death of the city’s Old Port festival and two years of a quiet pandemic, Portland’s music and culture scene surged …

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Microsoft preserves music on glass and stores it in Doomsday Vault

Svalbard, Norway is home to the Global Seed Vault, also known as the Doomsday Vault, and “deep in the same arctic mountain” a Global Music Vault will keep piles of music stored on glass as part of the collaborative company Project Silica of Groupe Elire and Microsoft. As stated in …

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Moonchild Sanelly achieves international stardom with Phases

When Universal Music Group launched new label Def Jam Africa in 2020 – set up to provide an international platform for African hip-hop – it started with a roster of South African and Nigerian artists. Both countries are musical powerhouses on the continent. Yet, while the Nigerian music scene has …

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How a saxophonist tricked the KGB into encrypting music secrets

“When we arrived, we were immediately dismissed and they searched everything in our luggage, even unpacking the Tampax. It was crazy, ”explains Goldberg, who today presents the experience and its musical code at the RSA security conference in San Francisco “With my music, they opened it up and it had …

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The Austin Artists Project and Playbill Bring an Inclusive Austin Music Showcase to Lincoln Center: Sing It! goes from local pandemic production to the Big Apple – Arts

It started with a passing peer-to-peer comment at the 2019 Tony Awards. Grammy-winning singer Mela Sarajane Dailey sat with a group of producers and fellow performer Beth Malone. Dailey recalled one of the producers asking him and Malone, “‘Wouldn’t it be so great if you two could do some kind …

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Quinte West pays tribute to Bob Wannamaker

Members of the Wannamaker family came to the unveiling of the new Bob Wannamaker Amphitheater on June 5, 2022. (Photo: Andrew Clarke/Quinte News) It was a special day for the Wannamaker family of Quinte West. The City of Quinte West renamed the Centennial Park Amphitheater the Bob Wannamaker Amphitheater …

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The Day – Your Turn: Looking for Rainbows

Great music is distinguished by the quality of its construction; expertise. He is imbued with integrity, he inspires others, he is beautiful and, above all, timeless. Such was the music of the Rainbows Band, which began in 1957 under the leadership of Bob Brouillard (trumpet, vocals) with Dick Tarryk (accordion), …

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K-pop supergroup BTS to attend White House press briefing

“Global K-pop phenomenon BTS,” a White House official said, “will join press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at the helm of today’s briefing.” “The Grammy-nominated musical group will offer brief remarks,” the official added. Their meeting with Biden in the Oval Office will be closed to reporters. The group’s visit comes days …

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Ronnie Hawkins, Rockabilly Road Warrior, dies at 87

Ronnie Hawkins, who combined the gregarious stage presence of a natural showman and a commitment to turbocharged rockabilly music in a rowdy career that spanned more than half a century, died on Sunday. He was 87 years old. His daughter Leah confirmed his death. She did not specify where he …

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Wessex Musical Theater prepares for a showcase at the Weymouth Pavilion

A THEATER group is preparing to perform its first show at the Weymouth Pavilion in two years after intense but productive rehearsals. The Wessex Musical Theater will celebrate 100 years since its first performance at the Weymouth Pavilion with a showcase that will take audiences on a journey through its …

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Instrument Building Festival Challenges Inspire | Cornell Chronicle

The FutureSounds Festival – an instrument builder extravaganza organized by the Cornell ReSounds Project, featuring guest builders and performers as well as newly designed instruments and compositions by Cornell students, took place May 13 at the Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art. “The goal of the festival was for attendees …

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‘The music speaks for itself’: Athenaeum’s Daniel Atkinson spotlights women in jazz with upcoming festival

Local jazz aficionado Daniel Atkinson will host a two-day festival next week called Women in Jazz through his San Diego Jazz Ventures, an organization he started a year ago to bring more jazz to the region. The mini festival kicks off Friday, June 3 with Artemis, an all-female band comprised …

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LIVE: “Sing in the Streets” Festival @ Caffe Lena (and surroundings), 05/22/2022

Editor’s note: This was co-written by Laura DaPolito and Mike Stampalia, with photos by Jim Gilbert, Dakota Gilbert, Mike Stampalia, and Ralph Renna. With six acts simultaneously playing 50-minute sets, the choice had to be made. Choose an artist you particularly wanted to hear and settle in for an hour. …

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Best Musical Dishes at Rock Hall Heritage Fair

Despite rainy conditions, the Emancipation Season Heritage Fair recently got off to a musical resounding start at Rock Hall Freedom Park, Rock Hall, St Thomas. Phoenix Steel Orchestra which included high school alumni Darryl Jordan played hits including the soulful “Beautiful Barbados” speak Party peopleimpact “How Much More” by John …

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NSB, the first group of Asian-American music, releases the single “you are my star”

Exceeding their pre-save goal just hours after teasing their music, the highly anticipated North Star Boys single was written and produced by Olivier Moyco-founder of NSB. K-pop has become a global phenomenon on the rise over the past decade and NSB is a pioneer across United States as the first …

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Trio with Taiwanese wins Polish chamber music competition

Taipei, May 18 (CNA) An ensemble consisting of British-Taiwanese violinist Ashley Tong (董奕纖) and two other musicians won first prize at the just-concluded 9th Johannes Brahms International Chamber Music Competition. The Copenhagen-based Heathcliff Trio also won two special prizes in the competition held May 12-15 in Gdansk, Poland, for “the …

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The Day – Not just for fun, music has a philanthropic side

Hugh Birdsall had to come up with an idea. In 2014 Birdsall, then 60, was approached by the New London Homeless Hospitality Center to organize a music fundraiser in the city. Birdsall, a founding member of New London rock band The Reducers, had been plugged into the city’s music scene …

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Musical program ‘Majhe Kuch Kehna Hai’ of the musical group Sursaz organized

A musical program ‘Majhe Kuch Kehna Hai’ by Sursaz Musical Group was held in the city on Sunday. Director of Urdu Academy Nusrat Mehdi, Kathak dancer Lata Munshi, singer songwriter Ghazal Salim Allahwale were present. The singers presented more than 30 old songs in front of the music lovers of …

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Virginia High School Orchestra will perform a composition written just for them – NBC4 Washington

When we think of orchestral music, we probably think of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart. But some Fairfax County Orchestra students are only days away from a world premiere of music that is anything but classical. The Mt. Vernon High School Orchestra will be the first to perform a composition written …

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