Digital music festival honors talented musicians

The 2021 International Digital Music Festival, which was hosted this month by the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and music production company Unisonar, provided a platform for educational institutions, businesses and local governments to to exchange ideas and cooperate in the field of digital music. Activities, including seminars and a game …

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Former European Guitarist Kee Marcello Explodes “A ** Holes” Poison For “Ripping” His Song

During an appearance on the White Line Fever Podcast, old EUROPE guitarist Kee Marcello explained how his 1980s Swedish glam rock band EASY ACTION was forced to take legal action against POISON for allegedly “stealing” the chorus from EASY ACTION song “We are going to rock” for the POISON american …

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Claire Chase harnesses the primordial power of the flute

The flute is the oldest of the instruments, its recoverable history stretching back some forty thousand years. Prehistoric humans fashioned flutes, pipes, and whistles from the bones of birds and other animals. There is no way to know what this music sounded like or what it was used for. Was …

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Spare “Toon” from criticizing his race

Charity runner and rock singer Artiwara ‘Toon Bodyslam’ Kongmalai, in this archive photo from October 27, 2019. Kao Kon La Kao’s Facebook page With the dark shadow of the Omicron variant looming, the year 2022, which is only a week away, was never going to be a year of unspeakable …

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Music Director of GINW to Perform Pipe Organ Recital in Kenesaw | News

KENESAW – Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church will host a free Christmas pipe organ recital at 7 p.m. on December 22. The featured organist is Shawn Pfansteil, director of instrumental music at Grand Island Northwest Schools. Refreshments will then be served in the village hall. Everyone is welcome. EAGLE – Cass …

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ALICE IN CHAINS Guitarist JERRY CANTRELL on vocals – “When you have a guy like LAYNE STALEY in the band, you don’t want to compete with him”

Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains) is featured in a new interview with The Spokesman-Review discussing his new solo album, Brighten. Here is an excerpt from the cat. The Spokesman-Review: You’re more than a capable singer, but were you one of those reluctant, James Hetfield-like singers from Metallica, and (the late …

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Kate Middleton performs at Christmas concert, leaves viewers speechless with her piano performance

Kate Middleton hit all the right notes on Royal Carols: Together at Christmas, making a memorable presence. The Duchess of Cambridge joined Scottish artist Tom Walker on stage on Christmas Eve (December 24) to perform her song “For Those Who Can’t Be Here”. Check out his performance here: During the …

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Ring in 2022 with music

Editor’s Note:Northampton’s cancellation of all indoor events for First Night (see article, A1) means that most of the First Night shows mentioned in this article will be shown live on social media and television instead. public access – Comcast cable channels 12, 15 and 23. A full schedule will be …

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Mr. The great guitarist PAUL GILBERT shares the live video of “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer”

Guitarist Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big, Racer X) shared a live jam video of “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” from his new Christmas album, ‘TWAS. Find out below. Gilbert’s 17th solo album features a dozen recordings, two of which are new original compositions. The worldwide digital and CD release date is November …

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French Sister Act Les Nubians Melds International Influences

The history of the Nubians is global. Throughout their discography, the duo have used their music to convey international and intergenerational cultural connectivity, transcending cultural and linguistic barriers. The sisters born in France Hélène and Celia Faussart were born to a French father and a Cameroonian mother and moved to …

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