This professor used music to address the some of America's most pressing issues - Brandeis University
This professor used music to address the some of America's most pressing issues Brandeis University
The power of music | Columnists | smdailyjournal.com San Mateo Daily Journal
Our opinion: Music has a future - Austin Daily Herald Austin Herald
From the archive: Adam Ant stands and delivers, 1982 The Guardian
Review: In a Cemetery, Music Lives The New York Times
Detroit native and music star Lizzo campaigns for Biden-Harris in city WDIV ClickOnDetroit
Stressbusters: 'Boograss' jam sets Halloween weekend to music at Graves' Mountain - The Daily Progress
Stressbusters: 'Boograss' jam sets Halloween weekend to music at Graves' Mountain The Daily Progress
Bulldog Stadium’s stillness should be music to Warriors’ ears West Hawaii Today
Learn Music Colorado Public Radio
A George Mason University music review celebrates underrepresented voices DC Metro Theater Arts
BTS: Suga Was So Dedicated to Music as a High School Student That He Would Stay Up Until Dawn to Write Songs - Showbiz Cheat Sheet
BTS: Suga Was So Dedicated to Music as a High School Student That He Would Stay Up Until Dawn to Write Songs Showbiz Cheat Sheet
Berklee College of Music appoints first female president The Boston Globe
Whispers of an Italian-Jewish Past Fill a Composer’s Music The New York Times
Zero 7 interview: 'We never set out to make music to accompany Jamie and Nigella whisking eggs' - The Independent
Zero 7 interview: 'We never set out to make music to accompany Jamie and Nigella whisking eggs' The Independent
Berklee Appoints First Woman to Lead Music College NBC10 Boston
Tchaikovsky: where to start with his music The Guardian
Keith Jarrett Confronts a Future Without the Piano The New York Times
Victorians rejoice as COVID-19 restrictions are eased, restarting gyms, live music and tourism - ABC News
Victorians rejoice as COVID-19 restrictions are eased, restarting gyms, live music and tourism ABC News
Canadian artist Angie C made music on the TONTO synthesizer using only her brainwaves - Resident Advisor
Canadian artist Angie C made music on the TONTO synthesizer using only her brainwaves Resident Advisor
Rob Zombie Teases New Music for the Week of Halloween! Bloody Disgusting
Coronavirus cases linked to live music event at Virginia restaurant, attendees asked to self-quarantine - Fox News
Coronavirus cases linked to live music event at Virginia restaurant, attendees asked to self-quarantine Fox News
SF Music Day delivers bounty of free music — online The Mercury News
Ferd Lewis: Bulldog Stadium’s stillness should be music to Warriors’ ears - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Ferd Lewis: Bulldog Stadium’s stillness should be music to Warriors’ ears Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Tweed Hut Music is not a “hut” anymore Vacaville Reporter
7 Podcasts for Music Lovers The New York Times
Debussy: where to start with his music The Guardian
Anthony Fantano Is the Music Critic Who Matters (if You’re Under 25) The New York Times
Eddie Van Halen Dies at 65 Variety
5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Baroque Music The New York Times
Fall Music Festival for Teens to Pursue Musical Dreams FOX 21 Online
Alan Webber: Satan laughing with delight, the day the music died Kankakee Daily Journal
James Taylor. Bill Monroe. Ben Folds Five. Book on North Carolina music history a good start, but misses some notes. - StarNewsOnline.com
James Taylor. Bill Monroe. Ben Folds Five. Book on North Carolina music history a good start, but misses some notes. StarNewsOnline.com
Universal Music Group to build new destination hotel in Orlando WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando
Apple announces Apple Music radio Apple Newsroom
Scientists have turned the structure of the coronavirus into music Science Magazine
Google Play Music Is Shutting Down. Here's How to Save Your Tunes. ConsumerReports.org
10 Music Download Legal Points
Everybody's doing it: downloading music and sharing files. People who share music files on the Internet argue that downloading is legal; today they can be sued by the record industry.
RIAA Files Second Wave of Lawsuits
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has launched a second wave of lawsuits against users of internet2 (a specialized high speed version of the internet that makes it ideal for file sharing). By adding 20 new schools to the list, RIAA has greatly expanded the number of students involved in the case.
Radio - What's Happened To It?
Remember when radio stations played great music?OK, before you accuse me of sounding like your dad, I'll rephrase that. Remember when radio stations played an exciting variety of music and artists and you never knew what they would play and when?Well my friends if you do remember that, you've probably been around awhile.
Review: Audioslave - Out of Exile
Every once in a while a band comes along that really changes the way you perceive music, for me one of these bands was Rage Against the Machine. I'll be the first to admit that I, like most angsty teenagers was lured into Rage's music by their anti-authoritarian songs, and honestly dude, they said "fuck" a whole lot.
The Bagpipe and Its History
You may have heard that bagpipes are a Scottish invention; you may have heard that they are an Irish invention. The truth (of course) is neither one.
Why Play Guitar?
As a full-time guitar instructor, I am constantly faced with people in all walks of life who, for all different kinds of reasons, believe that playing the guitar will add something to their lives. Most people that are just starting the guitar for the first time are young (pre-university) although certainly not all.
The History Of Drums - A Journey Of Sound
Music and musical instruments are an extremely important part of human history. The use of rhythm and song has long been used to express meaning, and feeling and accompany rituals.
Reasons to Ditch Your Guitar Pick
Lately, I haven't been using my guitar pick all that much. I got this tab book of some good ol' Gatemouth Brown finger picking blues.
Home Run Gigs
Are you still playing your heart out to small audiences on gigs at unappreciative dives (excuse me, I meant to say nightclubs) that feel paying you a couple of hundred dollars for a 3-4 hour gig is also paying you about $150 too much?Unless you are a masochist, why do you continue to take such beatings? Is it due to laziness, complacency, cynicism, your now being jaded, or a combination of any of the above?Are you aware that you could dramatically improve your live performance income by making simple changes in the types of performances that you accept?For instance, see the below list of gig types and the average earnings possible, compared to traditional nightclub work:* Weddings ($1,000 *minimum* for 2-3 hours work)Instead of working yourself to death, so to speak, by chasing wedding performance opportunities on an individual basis, consider approaching a number of area caterers and offering your services to them as an add-on to their own services as, obviously, they will have significantly more client opportunities.Not only will your music service now give catering companies more value, as the client can now also purchase the wedding entertainment through a single source as opposed to contracting performers separately, but this single joint venture alone will dramatically increase your income, and on a more consistent basis.
Paint Your Own Musical Landscapes!
I don't know why, but I find the idea of interpreting nature musically to be very appealing. Maybe it's because I'm attracted to nature's beauty, but the notion of communicating that beauty musically has always intrigued me.
Musical Improvisation Basics - 8 Vital Things To Remember
This article discusses 8 vital things to remember as improvisers - whether advanced or just getting started:1. Your technique is probably miles ahead of your ability to think.
How Any DJ Can Increase Their Gigs and Profits By This Simple Strategy
The DJ industry is very competitive. There are many DJ's who are making huge amounts of money and then there are other DJ's who are struggling to find any gigs at all.
The Piano Parent Trap!
"My 6 year old daughter really loves the piano and wants to learn to play, but when I try to help her she gets very upset with me. What should I do?"The parent who asked the above question has fallen into a hole that I call The Piano Parent Trap!If this is you, you don't have to feel bad.
Benatar and Geraldo - Still Rockin on a High Note
Most people look forward to the summer months because they bring warmer temperatures, vacations, outdoor gatherings, and longer days. Those are all fine and dandy, but what really gets my fires stoked for the warm season is when the Queen of Rock (a.
Irish Fiddle Ornaments
When I started playing jigs, my default bowing pattern made a groove like Pop Goes the Weasel: "Long-short, long-short, muberry bush, the long-short, long-short weasel."And that still works for me without having to think about it.
Is Your Child Capable of Composing Music? Maybe the Next Mozart?
We've all heard of them. Child prodigies who begin composing music at some ridiculously young age.
Motorhead-"Inferno"-Review by Les Lewellyn When David Grohl of Nirvana and Foo Fighters fame release the sensational CD "Probot" this year it rekindled my metal tastebuds. For those of you not familiar with his project I'll explain.
Recording Vocals at Home
Anyone who has recorded vocals to tape knows there is a difference between a heart-felt performance, and something that does not quite cut it! There are certain steps that I take to ensure that my own performances are the best I can muster.First and formost is get enough rest the night before.
Discover The Perfect Place To Perform
Once you know what your Unique Selling Proposition is as a musician (we covered this in the last issue), it's time to ask yourself what kind of venue you want to be letting those talents out in. This is the process that will help you determine your "Perfect Performance Venue" so that you don't waste your energy and efforts searching for performances in the wrong area!Take some time to do this visualisation.
Launch Pad Introduces Subliminal
Who would have ever thought that a call out for a guitar player from the audience would turn into such a wow! Beginning the night off at Launch Pad playing excellent covers of Eagles and Jimi Hendrix it could only follow by something as extraordinary as beat boxing.Subliminal was the one who amazed me and everyone else by doing what famous beatboxing legend Rahzel is known for, which is spitting out the chorus and the beat at the same time using only his vocals.
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