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Los Angeles singer-songwriter Teddy Grossman releases his debut album

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Teddy Grossman released his highly anticipated debut album, Soon Come, which was to last a lifetime. Although he was always a music lover and creator, pursuing a career in music was put on the back burner. After a decade of his own music playing second fiddle to …

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It’s “harder to keep a band together” than a marriage

According to Heart rocker Ann Wilson, a band is harder to maintain than a marriage. The singer compared the two during a recent appearance on the Mistress Carrie’s Podcast. Wilson, who has been married to Dean Wetter since 2015, was asked if it was harder to keep a marriage or …

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SXSW 2022 – Music Spotlight SXSW: The Dream Syndicate: Longtime Alternative Rockers Solve Problems – Music

Photo by Chris Sikich The Dream Syndicate planted many alternative rock seeds with their classic 1982 debut Wine and Rose Days, part of a catalog of seven albums as solid as any rock. Yet the band, which broke up in 1989 and reunited in 2012, never played SXSW – even …

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Billboard to Launch Music NFT Project Chartstars with Universal Music Group Artists

*LOS ANGELES — Billboarda global music media brand with recognized authority among artists, fans and the industry as a whole, announced Universal Music Group (UMG)world leader in music entertainment, as a launch partner for ChartStars, a non-fungible token (NFT)-based project of curated digital collectibles that will leverage the eco-friendly Flow …

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Dave Grohl on Being the Villain in Studio 666, The Foo Fighters Returning to Tour, and the Headlines About His Hearing Loss | Ents & Arts News

Dave Grohl’s reputation as the nicest man in rock precedes him. “Are you ready to meet rock royalty?” They ask me before talking to him. Everyone in the room (Zoom) is excited to meet Dave Grohl. If things had gone as planned, the foo fighters leader and elder Nirvana the …

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First look at A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at the Greenway Court Theater

Greenway Arts Alliance and Theater Planners will present A Little Night Music, opening Friday, February 4 at 8 p.m. Directed by Ryan O’Connor (He/They) with Music Director Anthony Zediker (He/Him), the limited engagement will run through Sunday, March 13 only at the Greenway Court Theater in Los Angeles. Check out …

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3 common debt repayment strategies and how they work

LOS ANGELES – January 26, 2022 – (Newswire.com) iQuanti: Paying off your debt can seem overwhelming and you may not know where to start. But with the right repayment strategy, you can more easily get rid of your debts over time. Let’s dive deeper into three common debt repayment strategies …

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Is Snoop Dogg launching vegan hot dogs? Here’s what we know about “Snoop Doggs”

Legendary rapper Snoop Dogg may soon expand his business empire with vegan hot dogs. The musical artist recently filed an intent-to-use request with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the use of “Snoop Doggs” with respect to “hot dogs and other sausages “. Although little is currently known …

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Bulletboys part ways with original guitarist Mick Sweda and drummer Jimmy D’anda

BULLETBOYS separated from the original members Jimmy D’Anda (battery) and Mick swede (guitar). The duo’s exit – which was first reported by Metal sludge – was officially announced by Sweden in one Live stream on Facebook Monday (January 3). Mick said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “We as BULLETBOYS had to …

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Vince Gill reveals Eagles have no plans for new music

Vince Gill is a prolific singer-songwriter in his own right, but it doesn’t look like he’ll be doing that side of his craft as a member of the Eagles soon. In a new interview, the country icon said the legendary country-rock band has no plans to record new music with …

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today in history | Coronavirus

Today is Monday, December 13, the 347th day of 2021. There are 18 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On December 13, 2000, Republican George W. Bush claimed the presidency a day after the United States Supreme Court terminated further recounts of contested ballots in Florida; Democrat …

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Black Veil Brides, motionless in white, Ice Nine Kills book tour

Black Veil Brides, Motionless in White and Ice Nine Kills are teaming up for the 2022 “Trinity of Terror” North American triple tour and have just revealed the 31 dates of their tour. Black Veil Brides and Ice Nine Kills both released new records in late 2021 – The ghost …

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Avril Lavigne Presents Busty Exhibit at Variety 2021’s Music Hitmakers Brunch in LA

Avril Lavigne presents a busty display in a lace-up corset to present an award to Olivia Rodrigo at Variety’s 2021 hitmakers’ brunch in LA By Carly Johnson For Dailymail.com Posted: 06:19 GMT, December 5, 2021 | Update: 08:51 GMT, December 5, 2021 Avril Lavigne dropped her jaws as she walked …

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This day in history, November 28, 2021 | Story

Today is Sunday, November 28, the 332nd day of 2021. There are 33 days left in the year. Today’s highlight On November 28, 1942, a fire engulfed the Cocoanut Grove nightclub in Boston, killing 492 people in the deadliest nightclub fire of all time. (The cause of the rapidly spreading …

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BTS becomes the first Asian group to win the highest honor at AMAs

South Korean supergroup BTS once again rewrote K-pop history on Monday by becoming the first Asian group to win the Best Artist of the Year award at the American Music Awards ( AMA). The septet won the award during the 2021 AMAs broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los …

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Jerry Cantrell announces global live streaming event

Jerry Cantrell fans around the world will soon have the chance to connect with his music at an upcoming global live streaming event. Dubbed “An Evening with Jerry Cantrell,” the singer-guitarist hits screens around the world on Thursday, December 2nd. Cantrell is in fact in Los Angeles today (November 18) …

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Country star Rose Lee Maphis has died aged 98

Rose Lee Maphis. Photo: Courtesy of the Hall of Fame and Country Music Museum Singer, songwriter and guitarist Rose Lee Maphis, known for her country hits and television appearances in the 1950s, died on October 26. She was 98 years old. She became a star in a duet with her …

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this day in history | Way of life

Today is Saturday, October 23, the 296th day of 2021. There are 69 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On October 23, 1973, President Richard Nixon agreed to turn over the White House tapes assigned by the Watergate Special Prosecutor to Judge John J. Sirica. In 1707, …

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“ESK” hits a kilometer home run in Fidelio

The Music Director in Action | Credit: Ugo Ponte by Beethoven Fidelio is not a thing. It is a “hybrid opera” of several elements, a marvelous mixture of Singspiel, romantic comedy, high drama, breathtaking tension, tearful lamentations and, in the finale, an overwhelming symphonic-choral celebration of life and freedom – …

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Port Isabel graduate competing in the TV talent competition

September 26 – PORT ISABEL – From participating in church and school choirs to performing and competing with high school and college mariachi bands, 21-year-old Michael Bernard wows audiences with his vocal abilities for years. More recently, Bernard’s talents have led him to perform and participate in EstrellaTV’s “Tengo Talento, …

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today in history | | messenger-inquirer.com

Today is Thursday, September 23, the 266th day of 2021. There are 99 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s story: On September 23, 1955, a jury in Sumner, Mississippi acquitted two white men, Roy Bryant and JW Milam, of the murder of black teenager Emmett Till. (The …

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The Bad Plus undergoes another big change, heads to Bay Area

A small addition radically reconfigured The Bad Plus. Emerging from the New York jazz scene at the turn of the century with a repertoire encompassing original compositions and painstakingly arranged rock and pop anthems, the collective trio has grown into one of the most popular and long-standing jazz groups. Founded …

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Today in history – Le Journal

Today in history Today is Saturday October 2, the 275th day of 2021. There are 90 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s story: On October 2, 1869, political and spiritual leader Mohandas K. Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India. To this date : In 1890, comedian Groucho …

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Little Simz’s Big Moment – The New York Times

Space Age members joined Little Simz’s debut album “A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons”, which she released when she was 20: Arcé recorded additional vocals and her brother, Josh, conducted the production on several tracks. The album is a reflection on fame and its effects on the human mind, …

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Joe Bonamassa announces revolutionary NFT collection

Charts Top Blues Guitarist Partners With Heritage Auctions For Rare Items Blues-rock hero Joe Bonamassa teams up with Heritage auction house to announce a revolutionary NFT collection that will reshape the music industry forever by symbolizing the original master and releasing the rights to a new song called “Broken Record”. …

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WILLOW is finally ready for his rock era

There isn’t much that Willow Smith hasn’t done. Actor? Check. Talk show host? Check. Artist? Check. But at 20, the artist who is simply called WILLOW, is ready to try something new: to be a rock star. But his foray into the genre is nothing short of genuine. Even since …

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Lin-Manuel Miranda sees art and philanthropy with the same goal

For the creator of “Hamilton”, Lin-Manuel Miranda, the inspirations for art and philanthropy are inextricably linked. On Wednesday, Miranda announces a series of donations to organizations serving immigrants, whose experiences are at the heart of the new film version of her hit Broadway musical “In the Heights.” “For me,” Miranda …

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Fans react as Addison Rae to date MGK guitarist Omer Fedi

Earlier on June 25, many wondered if Addison Rae was dating rapper Jack Harlow. Now, it’s speculation if Addison Rae is in a relationship with Machine Gun Kelly guitarist Omer Fedi. That speculation comes from Addison Rae leaving MGK’s pop-up concert in California on the weekend of June 19. Twitter …

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Today’s story | News – Ohio News Time

Today’s story Today is Friday, June 25, the 176th day of 2021. There are 189 days left in the year. Highlights of today’s history: On June 25, 1962, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the reading of state-sponsored prayers in New York public schools was unconstitutional. This day : …

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Beach Fossils and Nothing Wild @ Mohawk 10/14

Liv June 23, 2021 – 8:07 AM Beach Fossils and Wild Nothing will perform in Mohawk on Thursday, October 14 and open to the public at 8 p.m. This show is for all ages, tickets can be purchased on June 25 for $ 30. The indie-pop group Beach Fossils was …

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Poll: What’s the best Guns N ‘Roses song?

What’s the best Guns N ‘Roses song? That’s what we want to know from you in this week’s Loudwire Nights Artist of the Week poll! Each week, we will ask you to choose your favorite track from a list of 10 of the greatest songs from the next Artist of …

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A daring rock icon, a poet, a beloved brother

Few rock ‘n’ roll legends have had such a lasting impact over generations as Jim Morrison, whose death 50 years ago next month at age 27 made him an even greater cultural icon than when he was alive. Yet while his six-year tenure as a deep-voiced frontman in The Doors …

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Today in History – The Boston Globe

In 1621, the Dutch West India Co. received its charter for a commercial monopoly in parts of the Americas and Africa. In 1861, Illinois Senator Stephen A. Douglas, Democratic presidential candidate of 1860, died in Chicago of typhoid fever; he was 48 years old. In 1937, Edward, the Duke of …

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Country singer Chayce Beckham wins 2021 American Idol

At the start of the season finale of Sunday night’s episode (May 23) of “American Idol,” Judge Luke Bryan informed fellow country singer Chayce Beckham that he had won the ultimate prize: A Chance for the Children. two to go fishing. “Win or lose, we’re going bass fishing,” Bryan said. …

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The song Alan Jackson wishes he had written

Alan jackson published a long string of country radio hits during his 30-plus-year career. Some of these hits were written by Jackson and some were written by other songwriters, but if there’s one song Jackson would love to have written, it’s his 1994 hit, “Gone Country.” . The song, released …

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The conductor who shaped American orchestras

“For those who reached musical maturity with concert life in the United States in the 1930s and 1940s, her name may still have an aura,” Halina Rodzinski wrote in his memoirs, almost two decades after the death of his wife, the Polish conductor Artur Rodzinski. “For those who are younger,” …

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Tony Allen: there is no end album review

In one video From a recording session in Paris in 2014, Tony Oladipo Allen plays behind a drum set, his hands lightly gripping the sticks, his body at ease. His mind was probably laser focused on the beats, and yet nothing about him read tense or forced. Right now, the …

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Ari Emanuel finally made Endeavor public. Now what?

Endeavor Group Holdings, owner of the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Hollywood’s largest talent agency, has finally entered the arena as a publicly traded company. Shares of the Beverly Hills-based company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol EDR on Thursday, as the company bets big on …

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Badger Meter declares regular quarterly dividend

TipRanks Billionaire George Soros chooses these 3 “Strong Buy” actions Some investors achieve legendary status, far surpassing their peers through a combination of luck and success. No one is perhaps more representative of it than George Soros, the Holocaust survivor who after the war earned a doctorate from the London …

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Country rock pioneer Rusty Young dies aged 75

Rusty Young, founding member of the popular country-rock group Poco and a key figure in establishing the steel pedal guitar as an integral voice in West Coast rock of the late 1960s and 1970s, died Wednesday at his home in Davisville, Missouri. He was 75 years old. Its publicist, Mike …

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