The corridor tumbados bring a modern and urban touch to the traditional musical style

LOS ANGELES – Ruben Gonzalez can’t say exactly when the shift from the older country style of corridos music shifted to the emerging urban style. But he knows that when people heard the unique Southern California style, it immediately struck a chord. “When we recorded ‘Bien Lit’, that immediately hit …

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Latest Covid and Omicron News: Live Updates

PictureMayor Bill de Blasio at a press conference last week in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. He announced Thursday that the Times Square celebration will continue, but with far fewer spectators.Credit…Dave Sanders for The New York Times New York City will reduce New Years Eve celebration to Times Square as the Omicron …

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Family activities with children at Christmas

Published • 11:59 • Thursday, 23 Dec. 2021 Sinead’s suggestions Playgrounds Fitzgeralds Park in Cork City Min Ryan Park in the town of Wexford Marlay Park, Dublin Cabinteely Park, Dublin Kilkenny Castle Playground Cratloe Woods in County Clare Mauves Castle, Liège Malahide Castle, Dublin – a great option for older …

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Steve Bronski of pioneer gay group Bronski Beat dies at 61

Steve Bronski, member of the 1980s British synth-pop trio Bronski Beat, whose members were openly gay at a time when this was rare and whose early songs unabashedly addressed homophobia and other gay issues, has died following a fire on December 7 in his apartment. building in the Soho section …

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Loving music and loving others: CWU group director teaches more than rhythm and melody | Local

ELLENSBURG – To lead Central Washington University’s Wildcat Marching Band to artistic excellence, Marching Band Director T. André Feagin needed a bird’s eye view. During weekday rehearsals in the field outside the college music building, Feagin climbed on a scissor lift and rose 20 feet into the air. During one …

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Deerhoof, Future Teens, VIAL, Tape Girl and more

So many artists, so little time. Every week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), put together some more new music we’d call “indie” and talk about what metal is releasing. We post music news, song premieres and more all day long. We update a playlist of …

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Chloe’s most memorable covers of 2021 – Billboard

Chlöe Bailey has been working hard on her debut album – which does not yet have a release date – this year, and gave fans a taste of what to expect with the solo single “Have Mercy” . Between the recording sessions, however, Chlöe – who is half of Chlöe …

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A loving farewell to two musical inspirations

December marked the passing of Robert Michael Nesmith and Robert Warren Dale Shakespeare, two musicians whose names I am almost sure will be unknown to most readers. I never met either of the two men, but both had, on reflection, quite profound impacts on my life. Nesmith is best known …

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Leonard Conger could deliver goods to San Bernardino County and live to talk about it – Daily Bulletin

I wouldn’t be surprised if Leonard C. Conger looked at the scenery around remote Resting Springs many years ago and said, “This looks like a good place for an ambush.” No, that was too long ago for him to recite a future movie clip. But one day 166 years ago, …

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December 20: COVID-19 Update – KenoraOnline: Kenora, the latest Ontario news, sports, weather and community events.

The Northwestern Health Unit has reported that 46 new cases of COVID-19 have been found in the region, the most reported in one day since February 13, 2021, when 40 new cases were reported. Twenty-six cases were found in Kenora Health Center, 8 in Dryden Health Center, Fort Frances Health …

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