Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Taste of Soul-Fun, Food, Family and Entertainment

Los Angeles- Bakewell Media has brought it on once again. I’m speaking of the 13th Annual Taste of Soul. This huuuuge festival, the largest street festival in Los Angeles, and perhaps, in the nation for that matter, was held on Saturday, October 20th.

The Taste of Soul is a family-friendly event, as was held on “The Shaw” as Crenshaw is affectionately known as, between Stocker Boulevard to the South, and Rodeo Road on the North.

Bakewell Media loaded up all the bases with some heavy hitter, whose performances are... Read More

37th Annual Watts Towers Day of the Drum Festival

Los Angeles- Southern California Salseros had many options to move and groove this past weekend without breaking the bank.

I joined several hundred people from all over the Greater Los Angeles area at Watts Towers Arts Center, Saturday, September 29, 2018. Presented by Department of Cultural Affairs and Friends of the Watts Towers Art Center, the Day of the Drum Festival celebrated community cultures through music, dance, and inter-active performances.

The crowd and I came together for this popular festival that celebrates... Read More

LA Phil at 100 x CicLAvia-Let the Good Times Roll

Los Angeles- One hundred thousand attendees heeded the invite from the LA Phil for a FREE celebration with hundreds of musicians, artists, dancers, family activities and much more!

You can consider yourself fortunate if you took part of this history-making event. This event, one of many, put the spotlight on the LA Phil as it started its Centennial season with an epic festival showcasing L.A.’s creative spirit, with 1800 musicians, artists, and dancers gathered to perform at the festival’s six hubs and along the eight-mile... Read More

Colabing with other artists will help your music career in ways you have never imagined. You find other sources on how to market your music. But, promotion is key when it comes to music rookies. Since there is so much competition out there, you have to stand out and ask for some help, if needed. If you work with artists that have already made their mark on the music industry, you’ll sky rocket to stardom in no time.

Basically, there are numerous ways you can collaborate with other artists.

1. Do festival concerts

Keep an eye on festivals. Festivals are a fantastic... Read More

When I started my college career, one of the biggest adjustments, aside from being in a brand-new place with all brand-new people, that I had to do was learn how to study. Studying was never something that I did in high school. My grades were good enough that I did not have to study, nor was I really able to focus enough to study, not that I even ever wanted to. But when I went to college, I soon learned that I would not be receiving the grades I wanted to if I did not study. The classes themselves, such as Physics, Introduction to Zoology, Psychology, and even Philosophy, were a lot more... Read More

Los Angeles-In honor of the festival’s anniversary, Jazz Reggae Festival celebrated three decades of good vibes, jammin’ music and cultural enrichment with a one day festival under the beautiful Southern California sun, Monday, May 28, 2018, at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center.

Jazz Reggae Festival is the largest student-run festival in the nation that celebrates the rich history of jazz and the culturally relevance of reggae.

32 years of music, art and community. From the festivals humble beginnings in 1986, it has continued to grow and develop while forging connections... Read More

Music is loved by many and honestly, it’s hard not to love music in its many genres. Listening to music is a hobby to many without a doubt as well. Nonetheless; just like almost everything, it may still be harmful to you. This is where a music lover’s dilemma kicks in; music lovers are occasionally exposed to loud music that may lead to hearing impairment.

Yet so, loud music is often fun and exhilarating from the rock groups to classical orchestras. Hearing is critical to the livelihood of a music lover and it’s kind of annoying that the same music may selfishly rob you of your hearing... Read More

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