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Music creates community. It unites group of people who share the same passion on the same genre of music. There are groups of people who want pop, others want rock, others love classical ones, and some want hip- hop.
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UK singer L.A. Davis is releasing his debut album with The Spectra Music Group titled "Everything Changed" on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. This amazing album is channeling the words and songs of superstar Justin Timberlake, bringing #SEXYBACK to the forefront of great music, and music aficionados are extremely excited about this fantastic album by an artist like no other.
The Learning and Participation team at Bath Festivals is thrilled to announce that they have been awarded a Good Practice Centre Award by Arts Award. Bath Festivals has been recognised as a national centre of good practice for its work with children and young people.
Houston is gearing up for the biggest award show to ever be hosted by the city! The show will be broadcasted live across multi-media channels with 16 members of the press already credentialed and confirmed for news coverage
Doris Productions is proud to present Mrs Gucci - The Concert, for a one-off performance at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End on Sunday 13th October 2013 . The real story of the shocking 1995 murder of the heir to the Gucci fashion house Maurizio Gucci by his own wife is to be turned into a New Musical Mrs Gucci.
In partnership with Sony UK Limited, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts will open this year’s festival with a screening of Hitchcock’s silent film The Lodger accompanied by a live orchestra. Activity continues over the weekend with exclusive Q&As with acclaimed filmmakers Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, Love Actually), Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert (This is England, Dead Man’s Shoes). All films will be shown using Sony’s top-ofthe-range technology.
How to become a singer is something many of us desire, but only a few are able to achieve this dream. Most people believe that singing is easier said than done but that’s not true. It doesn’t matter if you only have a modicum of singing skills,
Out now is "Landscaped", an alternative dance album by English producer Straight Organic, consisting of heady mix of electronic music, from drum & bass, to funky breaks, house, and nu jazz.
Guitarist Bobby Wesley will play the second SJSF/Berklee Summer Series concert of 2014 in Derby Square, Salem, on Saturday, June 12. The free show will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. and will feature an educational interview about music and the Berklee experience. Salem Trolley will sponsor the performance.