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536 results for 'music'

Called To A Higher Calling?

By baynurse, published on Jul 5, 2009

...amazingly brilliant man.  Yea, like I see Sarah P. making choices about Iran, Gaza, China, coups, Pirates, health care, the economy....   Miss Palin, who cleans your house, watches your kids, balances your checkbook, does the grocery shoppin, teaches your children geography, readin n writin, music appreciation, killin animals for fun and sport, bein all cute fer boys in a contest about unrealistic beliefs about beauty, huh, Sarah who teaches yer chillin to tawk like a well edjukated scholarly type a person like yerself. Good Lawd!  Sarah Palin has gone She-brew National, the higher... (more)

Tags: facebook, music, iran, china

Celebrating 4th Of July: The Declaration Of Independence

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jul 5, 2009

...preserve and protect it. It is a day to celebrate all that America is. And today is a time to aspire toward all we can still become.With very best wishes,President Barack ObamaJuly 4th, 2009“

There have been thousands of fireworks, 4th of July festivities, concerts, music festivals, art and food exhibitions, hot dog eating competitions and street fairs. In every corner, borough and island all kinds of stuff were going on.

All over the country in the United States of America people somehow have been participating one of those events to... (more)

Tags: new york, music, obama

Beethoven Billy Bragg Ninth Concert

By T. Conboy, published on Jul 2, 2009

... premiere of Billy Bragg’s version of “Ode to Joy,” the choral finale of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony will take place Saturday, August 29th at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. The Asia America Youth Orchestra will perform the piece under the baton and musical direction of David Benoit. At the concert Bragg will perform and lead the audience in a sing-along of the choral. Commissioned in 2007, Bragg translated the German words of “Ode to Joy,” (found in the fourth movement of The Ninth), for a new generation. It was first premiered with ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, jazz, california, music, japan, santa monica

Speaking In Music

By Kim, published on Jul 1, 2009

No Sheet music needed at Catalina's Bar and Grillin Hollywood for the Monday night gig that was raging with complexity arousing attentive ears, eyes, bodies, souls, and hearts on June 29th.

Tim Garland and his Lighthouse Trio gave a performance that will not be erased from anyone's senses that experienced it.

The Trio's home base is the United Kingdom. They have been touring in the U.S.A. at various venues from Eastto West Coast for the last several weeks.

Asaf Sirkis - Percussion including... (more)

Tags: jazz, hollywood, music, fashion

Gumbo Sounds Of New Orleans Cajun,zydeco,blues & Trad Jazz

By Ricky Ricardo, published on Jul 1, 2009 The Bayou for the 23rd Annual Bayou & Mardi Gras Festival. The festival presented by Comprehensive Child Development and Rainbow Promotions LLC was held on June 27 and 28, 2009. Throughout the weekend, New Orleans and Louisiana came alive with: continuous dancing to Cajun and Zydeco music on a large covered dance floor at the Bayou Stage, Blues on the Club N’ Orleans Stage; quick and easy dance workshops for all ages; music and cultural workshops, and a colorful French Quarter cultural arts & crafts Marketplace along with delicious gumbo, Crawfish entouffee, hush... (more)

Tags: jazz, music

How To Appreciate The King Of Pop: Michael Jackson

By Andreas Klamm, published on Jun 27, 2009

...and The King of Pop, Michael Jackson. While these physicians and nurses sometimes are able to perform some kind of miracles in this special situation they had no chance to rescue The King of Pop, singer and entertainer Michael Jackson which has been able to gain the whole world with his music and arts.

No man or woman, no matter if they may like his music and performance of songs or not, would doubt, that Michael Jackson knew very well how to perform in a very creative way his music and arts.

Millions and legions of people have the need to share ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, facebook, music, flickr

Reframing The Man In The Mirror, Reflecting Ourselves

By L DeSilva-Johnson, published on Jun 27, 2009

...but also from the years and actions being swept under the rug. Fitting tribute to this man is acknowledgement of all that he is and was – not only those parts that make sense to us.

How did you feel about Michael in these past years? Were you listening to his music? Which parts of it? When you heard it, did you connect it to the person? Or to a memory of yourself, of a time, of a place? Were you in support of him, did you try to understand him and speak kindly of him amidst the swirling accusations and criticism, amongst claims of possible abuse?... (more)

Tags: facebook, music

Before The Moon Walk....

By Kim, published on Jun 27, 2009

...handsome, extraordinary performer who could deliver a song and his dance style was as no other of his generation in my opinion.

Now, James Brown did his thing and infused a pride in our hearts and community. He had remarkable and ingenious dance moves, socially conscious lyrics in his music as well as a blend, beat, rhythm, and groove unmatchable.

Jackie Wilson had caused girls to swoon a decade or two before with his voice, dance moves, and his complete persona according to an older cousin of mine.

Michael Jackson was in a unique guild.

On that night in 1971, ... (more)

Tags: music, michael jackson, entertainment, legacy

On Michael Jackson's Death

By DLFerguson, published on Jun 25, 2009

Here in Brooklyn, windows of cars, houses and apartments are wide open. And the music of Michael Jackson is pouring out of all of them.Michael Jackson was the architect of the soundtrack for an entire generation. "King Of Pop" was too limiting for him as far as I'm concerned. And maybe that's because I grew up with Michael. I truly felt that he was a member of my family. I remember seeing him and his brothers singing "The Love You Save" on "The Ed Sullivan Show". I remember going to see "Ben" at The Metropolitan on Fulton Street and singing along with Michael Jackson when the theme... (more)

Tags: movie, music, sex

June Contributor Of The Month - Morgana

By Digidave, published on Jun 25, 2009

...when one fails to understand another's point of view. My most recent article so far is This Star Trek Rocks. This film 'reached me', as Star Trek had not done for a long time. If you could get could write about anyone or any situation, what would it be? Having my marriage back. What artist (musician, author, painter etc) inspires you? Inspiration? My husband first and foremost. Tchaikovsky for the most sensuous music perhaps ever written - all that angst. Claude Monet ' all that beauty. Picasso's Guernica ' all that pain, fear and ugliness. Anton Myrer's The Last Convertible ' all that... (more)

Tags: los angeles, san francisco, california, music, education, sex, traffic, broowaha, reno, mexico

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