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Music from the famous 1969 festival will fill Hallowell park as the Woodstock event returns

The Hallowell Woodstock and Arts Festival will be held Sunday at Granite City Park from noon to 6 p.m. The Hallowell Woodstock and Arts Festival returns Sunday after two years of pandemic-related cancellations. Courtesy of Ruth LaChance HALLOWELL – Woodstock returns to Maine this weekend as the Hallowell Woodstock and Arts Festival returns after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Hosted by the Hallowell Area Chamber of Commerce, the event features an art walk with 28 craft vendors and an exclusive presentation of music performed at the original 1969 event, an ode to the famous music festival in Bethel,Read News

Chrissy Metz on music career launch: ‘Want to Share My Heart and My Soul’

Emmy and two-time Golden Globe nominee Chrissy Metz brings her talent to the stage. The country actress and singer has just embarked on her City Winery Tour, where she will be crossing the East Coast performing her original music. The tour has only just begun, but Metz fans may be surprised to hear that he’s been pursuing a career in music for quite some time. “Some people don’t know that I’ve been going back and forth to Nashville for five years now — since season two of This Is Us,” Metz, 41, told PEOPLE. “I met Jason Halpert – whoRead News

One Killed at the Spanish Music Festival

One person died early Saturday morning at a music venue in Cullera, Spain, after strong winds caused the stage to collapse. Of the dozens injured at the Medusa Festival, three were seriously injured, emergency officials said. Organizers of the event said on Facebook that they were “sorry and saddened.” DJ Miguel Serna said he was playing music on the main stage from 3 a.m. to 4 a.m. when the wind picked up and the stage collapsed. “It was a very tense moment, I’ve never seen anything like it before,” he wrote on Instagram on Saturday. “The tragedy happened at theRead News

Music, magic, daredevils and pigs

The 71st annual Kenai Peninsula Fair was in full swing Friday at the Kenai Peninsula Fair in Ninilchik. Booths, vendors and food carts lined the walkways and filled one large indoor space, but the more eye-catching attractions included a wide array of performers and activities scattered around the fairgrounds. Pig races were held about every other hour, allowing fans to place bets on pigs released into a small looping track. The less directionally inclined of these pigs would be chased around the track by young volunteers. Two main stages, the Ocean Stage and the Inlet Stage, featured a rotating castRead News

Music Rights Giant BMI Cancels Billion Dollar Sale Plan

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Peloton announces Return of All For One Music Festival in August

Peloton is celebrating the opening of its New York and London studios with its second All For One music festival. The Peloton All For One Music Festival will start from August 19th to the 21st and will feature more than thirty artists. For the first time since the pandemic, Peloton members are invited to join their instructors for live classes in their New York studio. The artists will not perform live; rather, each class will be dedicated to a specific artist. The Peloton All For One Music Festival is a three-day celebration of music with 160 classes, 54 teachers andRead News

New Music Friday – New albums from The Game, Megan Thee Stallion, Danger Mouse & Black Thought + more

Published in: 11 August 2022, 21:42 HIPHOPDX – We hit the midpoint in August, which means the end of summer and (hopefully) cooler weather, but the hot months are not over yet and there are still many artists chasing the coveted Album of the Summer crown. The Game – Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind This week’s edition of New Music Friday boasts one of the best and most diverse line-ups of the year — a list sure to satisfy fans of all ages and preferences. Starting the summary HipHopDX is The Game with Drillmatic: Heart vs. His long awaited Mind LP, executiveRead News

Genias in Music: Petrona Martínez

For our latest episode of the Geniuses in Music series on the lives of prominent female musicians and their influential work, we present Petrona Martínez, one of the most important black singers in Colombia. She is known as the queen of bullerengue, an ancestral musical tradition dating back to slavery in Colombia. However, it took many years for Petrona Martínez to become recognized as an artist. She struggled with loneliness, poverty and invisibility as a black woman from rural Colombia. She was 82 years old when she won her first Latin Grammy Award. In 1998, Petrona Martínez was 59 yearsRead News

Never Have I Ever Season 3 soundtrack: All the music featured in the Netflix series in episodes

I have never. (Left to right) Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi, Darren Barnet as Paxton Hall-Yoshida in Never Have I Ever episode 301. Cr. Lara Solanki / Netflix © 2022 Never Have I Ever season 3 has arrived and we are so excited to be reunited with Devi, Paxton, Ben and their friends and all the romantic drama that surrounds them. In the third and penultimate season of Never Have I Ever, Devi and Paxton make their official duo debut at school, but there may be problems in heaven for the longtime duo thanks to some insecurity. Thankfully, Devi and herRead News

You need to get your music library on your Fitbit while you still can

Fitbit has announced that it will end the ability to sync your wearable device with PCs and Macs, preventing users from downloading their own music from their computers to their devices. Fitbit announced it would end the feature on October 13, writing on its page (opens in a new tab) that “we’re removing the option to sync your Fitbit device with the Fitbit Connect app on your computer. Download and use the Fitbit app on your phone to sync your device.” So how do you get your own music onto your best Fitbit without doing it the old-fashioned way, withRead News

Lake County Music Guide – 8.11.22 – The Bloom

Mark Twain once said, “Life is short – break the rules. Forgive quickly – kiss slowly. True love – laugh uncontrollably. And never regret anything that makes you smile”. So, as we all enter our second week of August, these should be the words to live by. We have another busy week of live music here at LC. Here’s The music schedule is for the week of 8/11 through 8/15… It’s a special Thursday at the Saw Shop Public House in Kelseyville, not only because Dave Broida and Blues Farm are playing from 6 to 9:00, but it’s also Dave’sRead News

True bravery: how the music of “Reservation Dogs” brings characters to life

Music Supervisor Tiffany Anders discusses some of the unusual music choices that capture the spirit of the series and how music is utilized in Episode 3 of Season 2, “Roofing.” If, at its heart, “Reservation Dogs” is a story about a group of small children growing up and finding their way, the show about rural Oklahoma is itself. Especially the humor and tone of the series, the mix of mythology and the supernatural (characterized by the warrior spirit of Dallas Goldtooth with a sense of coolness), go through all the ways that this series has not only come from butRead News

The Soul Music of Leon Bridges

Texas singer Leon Bridges emerged in 2015 as a compelling throwback, featuring everything from the shoes on his feet to the croon on his lips, paying homage to a faded era of classic soul. In his more recent work, including last year’s downtempo LP Gold-Diggers Sound, the singer effectively brought his time machine into the present, covering a wide range of soul music in the process. On August 18, Bridges made headlines at Forest Hills Stadium with an opening set by Swedish electro-pop band Little Dragon.

Mile of Music 2022 in Appleton draws around 90,000 people despite rain

APPLETON – Despite some weather effects on its final day, Appleton’s ninth annual Music Mile was a success, co-founder and CEO Dave Willems said Wednesday. . Strong winds and rain from Saturday night into Sunday forced the cancellation of several outdoor events, including Jones Park, Houdini Plaza, Fox River House and Jim’s Place/Wooden. Nickel stage. “This year’s Sunday is the same as last year’s Saturday, which was unexpected,” said Willems. “And that’s the worst thing you want to see when you’re doing live music because you don’t know if you can start and then stop and then start and then stop.Read News

[COLUMN] Let the music move you –

Most people have rhythm built into their DNA. Music stimulates them emotionally and physically. Music is a powerful force that can speak to the soul. Watch people listen to a great Michael Jackson song or a Strauss waltz, and in no time, they’ll turn any empty space into a dance floor, dancing alone. or surprise them if they are lucky enough to be with someone. who shares his love of music and dance. Test yourself if you have rhythm in you. See if a few types of music of any kind affect your mood and make you self-conscious. Do youRead News

Inaugural Linaca Music Festival Showcases Homegrown Musical Chops

Operatic mezzo-soprano Kate Aldrich, Lincoln Academy Class of 1992, sings the aria Habanera from Georges Bizet’s 1875 French opera Carmen during the inaugural Linac Music Festival at Schooner Landing in Damariscotta on Friday, Aug. 5. the lead role in the San Francisco Opera’s 2006 production of Carmen and has sung internationally with renowned opera companies, including the Metropolitan Opera in New York. (photo by Evan Houk) Alumni of Lincoln Academy in Newcastle gathered to play an eclectic mix of music at the inaugural Linaca Music Festival at Schooner Landing in Damariscotta on Friday, August 5th. Approximately 200 people, including alumni,Read News

Do country music institutions support diversity? “No,” says Maren Morris

Few country stars celebrate as much as Maren Morris. The 32-year-old Arlington, Texas native has some of the biggest CMA awards to her name: 2019’s album of the year for “Girl”; 2020 Song and Single of the Year for “The Bones”; new artist of the year in 2016; female singer of the year 2020. But while his major third studio album “Humble Quest” was in the running for CMA awards again this year — his tour in support of the album stops in Milwaukee on Saturday at the BMO Harris Pavilion — Morris criticized the organization, according to his listRead News

Post Malone was ‘nervous’ meeting Ozzy Osbourne for the first time

Post Malone was “nervous” meeting his idol and collaborator Ozzy Osbourne for the first time. The pair teamed up on ‘Take What You Want’ from the former’s 2019 album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’, and the ‘Circles’ hitmaker recalled how he was dreading what to say to the Black Sabbath legend on their first meeting. It was held in Los Angeles in November of that year. In a clip from the documentary ‘Post Malone: ​​Runaway,’ the Grammy winner says, “I was nervous meeting him, not so much performing [with him]. Meeting him is scary because, you know, what the hell do you callRead News

Science shows you can go further and faster with music

To access all our training, gear and race coverage, plus exclusive training plans, FinisherPix photos, event discounts and GPS apps, sign up for Outside +. You’re in the middle of a heavy interval run when your favorite song comes out. Suddenly you feel strong and powerful and the effort feels a little easier. Whether it’s lyrics, rhythm, or just the way you feel, there’s something about music that gives you extra energy. Numerous studies have shown that listening to music while training can improve your mood, provide motivation, lower the rate of perceived exertion (RPE), help with stimulation, improve heartRead News

A college music quintet visits Thailand for a residency and concert

Lyrique Quintette, a faculty chamber music performance group in the Department of Music, was recently invited by the World Association of Marching and Show Bands to a residency in Bangkok, Thailand. In July 2022, the quintet gave masterclasses for the participants, judged the solo and chamber music competitions and performed a concert at the awards ceremony. In the middle of their busy schedule, they have to visit the beauty of Bangkok and its incredible culture. The group, consisting of Ronda Mains, flute; Theresa Delaplain, oboe; Nophachai Cholthitchanta, clarinet; Lia Uribe, bassoon; and Katelyn Halbert, horn, have performed throughout the United StatesRead News

“It could be the last concert of their lives.” See how music helps the troops of Ukraine

“It could be the last concert of their lives.” See how music is helping Ukraine’s troops MUST WATCH As Russia’s war in Ukraine rages on, music plays a crucial role in keeping up the spirits of troops and civilians alike. CNN meets two musicians at the forefront of Ukraine’s cultural resistance. Stories worth watching (15 Videos) “It could be the last concert of their lives.” See how music is helping Ukraine’s troops Is J.Crew cool again? These trend-watchers aren’t so sure ‘And which investigation is this regarding?’ Late night shows on FBI’s search of Trump’s resort Does Wall Street understandRead News

Jimin is working with Ariana Grande’s producer on a single

Jimin has been in the studio with Ariana Grande’s producer. The BTS star has been dropping hints here and there about his upcoming solo music, and the 26-year-old star has recently been working with studio wizard TBHits – whose real name is Thomas Brown – and BTS collaborators Pdogg and GHSTLOOP in Los Angeles. Alongside studio snaps, Thomas wrote: “Great times with my brothers. Jimin is amazing.” TBHits worked with pop star Ariana on all six of her studio albums, while also working with Meghan Trainor. The producer Mr Franks and Taylor Hill, co-writer of Summer Walker, were also inRead News

Gahanna’s iconic Dolphin Lounge with 50 years of live music

Editor’s Note: This is the 14th in a monthly series about iconic Gahanna businesses. Gahanna’s Dolphin Lounge, which features live music and a 1970s-style sunken bar with lava lamps and jellyfish lights, is celebrating 50 years of family ownership this year. Lori Ebright, also known as Lori Dolphin, or LD, by regular, became the owner of the business at 345 Agler Road after the death of her mother, Nancy Ebright, who founded it in 1972. “Mom had 35 years, and I’ve had it for the last 15 years,” Ebright said. “We had live music from the first day the barRead News

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Music census leaders try a new approach with lessons from other cities

Wednesday, August 10, 2022 by Chad Swiatecki Austin’s second attempt to use a music census to gather data on the state of local musicians and the creative economy is underway. The team conducting the census hopes to use lessons from the 2015 version, as well as findings from studies in other cities, to make the data more useful to policymakers and stakeholder groups. The data-rich final product of the latest census process showed the dire economic realities facing local working musicians, nearly a third of whom earned less than $15,000 a year as the city’s cost of living climbed. ThatRead News

Music Asheville: Free Planet Radio, Americana, Funk at Meadow, Shindig

For more than 20 years, members of Free Planet Radio have treated local fans to a variety of international sounds and innovative jazz. Last year, though, the group lost one of its most important members, when two-time Grammy-winning bassist Eliot Wadopian died Sept. 13. The two remaining members, River Guerguerian and Chris Rosser continued to play together and perform. In fact, the duo, along with bassist Jake Wolf, will perform at 8:30 p.m. on Aug.13 at The Gray Eagle there is a double bill with Life Like Water. Asheville live event best bets: Local music acts galore, plus a comedyRead News

Jade Thirlwall is “taking a break” from music

Jade Thirlwall is “taking a break” from music. The 29-year-old pop star rose to fame in 2011 as part of Little Mix alongside Perrie Edwards, Leigh Anne Pinnock and former member Jesy Nelson and although she has been in the studio recording solo material after their hiatus, but is refusing to “release quickly” anything because “the stakes are huge”. A source told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre Column: “The stakes are huge. Jade has what it takes to become a big star, but it would be foolish to rush out some uncertain tactics.” The source went on to explain that “Confetti”Read News

The Red Pants Music Festival is back in rural Montana!

Posted on August 9, 2022, 5:18 PM MDT The Inurri Gorri Praka Music Festival is part of the Inurri Gorri Praka Foundation’s mission to enrich and promote rural communities. For four days and four nights in July, musicians from across the country brought the music to rural White Sulfur Springs, Montana, where the foundation is located. A small town is usually home to 1,000 people. After a pandemic-related hiatus, the music festival returned this year, bringing 15,000 attendees and dozens of musicians and artists to the small town for a sold-out event, according to Sarah Calhoun, founder and director ofRead News

Nightlife and Music | Kudos to AZ

The Strip down is a musical duo based in Cottonwood AZ. Band members Dayna Soria-vocals and Richard Wawiernia (aka Art Gecko)-guitar and vocals are a couple who met in 2018, but their musical collaboration didn’t begin until 2020, at the start of the pandemic. of COVID. xD; Art, an art professor at Yavapai College, is the bassist for the band Latex Johnny. He has been playing the guitar since he was little. Dayna, began singing at an early age and continued through adulthood in church and school choirs, playing solos, in ensembles and music troupes. When the pandemic hit,Read News