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San Francisco 49ers defeat Arizona Cardinals in Mexico City at Aztec Stadium

The flags of Mexico and the United States were displayed during pre-game festivities between the 49ers and the Cardinals on Monday at Estadio Azteca. This game was the fifth NFL game hosted in Mexico and was the rematch of the league’s first regular season game hosted outside of the United …

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Liam Gallagher Criticized For Singing Oasis Songs On Mexico City Show – See His Shocking Response Here

Liam Gallagher’s past relationship with the members of Oasis hasn’t stopped him from singing his songs with the band. Mexico hosted Gallagher days before his November 19 show at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. Viewers received the best setlist from him as he performed 10 Oasis songs out of a total of …

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How Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo Helps Her 4 Children Learn About Their Multicultural Heritage

Taboo hopes that through her activism and work, her children can learn more about their multicultural heritage. The Black Eyed Peas singer – whose first name is Jaime Luis Gomez – is of Mexican and Native American descent, while his wife, Jaymie Gomez, is Filipino. Taboo is the father of …

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The 28th Mariachi Extravaganza kicks off this week in San Antonio

On a recent afternoon, Osvaldo Chacon, a 21-year-old senior from the University of Texas at San Antonio, picked up his classical guitar and sang a melodic song by famed Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Eres mi bien, lo que tiene me ecstatic Why deny that I’m in love with you? ¿Por …

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Beth speaks for herself: Fall Festival of Music in Las Vegas | Community

Friday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m., NMHU Music presents “Una Serenata de Canciones”. We are delighted to welcome three talented musicians: Dr. Kathleen Wilson, soprano; Dr. André García-Nuthmann, tenor; and Dr. Jessie Wenchieh Lo, pianist. They will perform a selection of vocal solos and duets as well as piano solos. …

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Downtown Mountain View impresses the Times

MOUNTAIN VIEW – Rarely, if ever, does the New York Times mention a small town in Arkansas – let alone mention it in the same breath as a metropolis like Chicago or Seattle. But Mountain View earned that accolade nine days ago. In a special 48-page tabloid section titled “Meet …

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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (November 5) – Billboard

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest buzz in Latin music news every week. Here’s what’s been happening in the Latin music world this week. Explore See the latest videos, graphics and news See the latest videos, graphics and news …

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Guitar Heroes Lead Metro Area Music Weekend – Daily Tribune

If you’re a hero guitar fan, it’s a good weekend to be in the metro area, with these four string benders mixing blues and rock at local venues… • British expat Joanne Shaw Taylor, who has spent more than a decade living in the Detroit metro area, celebrates her new …

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The Carlsbad Music Festival begins playing a new track after the departure of founder Matt McBane

For music aficionados in San Diego who thought something was missing this summer, the three-day Carlsbad Music Festival has been rescheduled from its usual August timeslot into the fall. The festival’s founder and artistic director, Matt McBane, will also be absent when it returns on Saturday as a slimmed-down one-day …

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It’s official: Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard take on the global Stadium Tour in 2023

The rumors are true: Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe are taking the massively successful World Stadium Tour with a recently announced co-headlining race, dubbed “The World Tour”, in 2023. The outing, which will debut February 18 in Mexico City, is produced by Live Nation. It ends on July 16 in …

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‘BUM FARTO, THE MUSIC’ BLENDS LOCAL HISTORY AND LATIN DANCE

By Amy Patton He’s a character you’ll love to hate and hate to love. I’m talking about the true saga of Joseph “Bum” Farto, the 1970s Key West fire chief whose sideways hustle – along with a handful of city officials – seemed to allow the unfettered flow of cocaine …

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10 Gael Garcia Bernal Performances To Watch After “Werewolf By Night”

Marvel Cinematic Universethe first special presentation of night werewolf was a breath of fresh air for the 14-year-old franchise. Produced by the composer Michael Giacchino, the black-and-white film follows Jack Russell who is invited to a mysterious cabal to hunt a monster and wield Bloodstone. Not only does this add …

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New Plymouth singer-songwriter Lauren Nottingham (Frauz Knotz) releases her first song

Lauren Knottingham (Frau Knotz) released her single Supernova in September. Photo/ Provided Being stuck in a foreign country during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic was the inspiration for a Taranaki artist’s first song. New Plymouth singer-songwriter Frau Knotz (Lauren Nottingham) released her new single Supernova in September and says it’s a …

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Voiceover Actor, Singer Shares His Audio at Crossroads and Beyond | New

CUERO — In a tiny closet of an old Cuero home, the voice of Catt Wolf recites lines for commercials advertising all manner of products and locations: the taste of Gentleman Jack whiskey, the serenity of a seaside resort in the ‘Western Canada and the scent of a perfume. Wolf …

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Latina country singer reunites with musicians from Virginia

HARRISONBURG, Va. — On a dewy morning, a clear, confident voice echoed softly over James Madison University’s gleaming quad, accompanied by the deft strumming of a guitar. Rays of morning light streamed through senior Caitlin Fernandez’s thick, black, curly hair, her broken cowboy boots and her crisp white Dolly Parton …

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San Antonio hasn’t forgotten Tomás Rivera’s classic, ‘…Y No Se Lo Tragó La Tierra’

SAN ANTONIO — One of the many tragedies surrounding Tomás Rivera’s life is that his seminal work, “…Y No Se Lo Tragó La Tierra,” faded away. It is too rarely assigned as required reading, too rarely mentioned among the classics of Chicano literature. Rivera, whose name remains on university buildings …

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BIPOC artists to discover at ACL – The Daily Texan

As this year’s ACL festival gears up, a slew of musicians will flock to Austin ready to give festival-goers an unforgettable show. This year’s festival features a huge lineup of diverse performers from across the country. While festival-goers may be familiar with famous musicians of color such as SZA, Lil …

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Tales from the City: The Many Acts of Suzanne Vega | Music

details ▼ Suzanne Vega: An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories ▼ Presented by AMP Concerts ▼ 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4 ▼ St. Francis Auditorium, Museum of New Mexico Art, 107 W. Palace Ave. ▼ Tickets $30 to $41; an additional $150 for a VIP experience; 505-476-5072, ampconcerts.org, nmartmuseum.org …

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Flourishing this fall: the UCI arts | UCI News

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UCI once again held its popular New Swan Shakespeare Festival on campus this summer. With the curtain now closed, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts announces its Fall 2022 season, which includes some of its boldest and most ambitious …

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Restaurant creativity amid post-pandemic jitters and inflation

Explosions of chef creativity in the age of pandemic and inflation, Chicago’s misunderstood Italian beef and “The Bear” effect. Here, with this week’s tasting notes, I’m Laurie Ochoa, General Manager of LA Times Food, replacing Bill Addison, who is hard at work on this year’s 101 Best Restaurants list. Creative …

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Rising Latin Artist – Billboard

When Lili Zetina was a little girl, she used to pretend that the sheep she fed on her family’s humble ranch were an audience, and she put on a show for them. Her first memories of having felt this desire to sing date back to the age of 3, when …

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John Legend blocks Blake Shelton from country singer

Camila Cabello keeps killing it in her coaching gig on “The Voice.” During the second half of the show’s Season 22 premiere on Tuesday night, Cabello managed to catch Reina Ley, a precocious 13-year-old mariachi singer from Arizona. Ley’s robust performance of the Mexican standard “Cielito Lindo” won the hearts …

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September 19, Unabomber manifesto in print

Today in History Today is Monday, September 19, the 262nd day of 2022. There are 103 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On September 19, 1995, The New York Times and The Washington Post published Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s (kah-ZIHN’-skee) manifesto, which proved instrumental in identifying and …

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A street in Los Angeles renamed in honor of the famous Mexican singer Vicente Fernández

Mexican pageantry and pride were on display at Mariachi Plaza on Friday to honor an iconic Mexican singer on Mexico’s Independence Day. Hundreds of people gathered to remember the life of Vicente Fernández, an icon of Mexican music and culture. “We are here because of our heritage. I want to …

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The opera Mariachi chronicles the life of Mexican workers in the 1950s

Oxnard’s ÁNIMO theater company transports audiences to the 1950s to remember Mexican laborers who sought work in the United States under the federal bracero program. Using mariachi music and Folklorico dance routines, “El Bracero – A Mariachi Opera”, depicts the life and struggles of Noe and other workers in a …

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Asian American Resource Center welcomes students from all walks of life | Way of life

From live musical performances and spoken word poetry to food and club attendance, the American Asia-Pacific Resource Center, also known as APARC, has brought the student community together through its welcome event. The welcome event, APISAA Take-Off, was held on Wednesday, September 7 at the Becker Amphitheater to give exposure …

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11 Fun Things to Expect at the 2022 Oklahoma State Fair

Whether you want to partake in extravagant fries, country music concerts, or gravity-defying thrill rides, the Oklahoma State Fair is back with its fall abundance of familiar favorites and new attractions. The Oklahoma State Fair, one of the state’s largest annual events, takes place September 15-25 at the OKC Fairgrounds. …

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Pat Green really wants to work with these two national icons

Evan Paul hosts Taste of Country Nights, On Demand, a weekly country music interview podcast that focuses on music. Follow wherever podcasts are found, like Apple Podcasts and Spotify and leave a rating and review. This show is part of the Townsquare Media On Demand network. Pat Green has been …

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September 7, German air attack on London

Today in History Today is Wednesday, September 7, the 250th day of 2022. There are 115 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On September 7, 1940, Nazi Germany began its eight-month blitz against Britain in World War II with the first airstrike on London. To this …

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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (September 3) – Billboard

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest buzz in Latin music news every week. Here’s what’s been happening in the Latin music world this week. Latin Music Week Update Christina Aguilera, Wisin y Yandel and Justin Quiles are confirmed for …

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DESTINOS, 5th CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL LATINO THEATER FESTIVAL back in September

Destinos, 5th Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, the city of Chicago’s annual festival featuring Latin artists and theater companies from Chicago, the United States and Latin America, returns September 14 through October 16, 2022. Destinos kicks off Chicago’s Hispanic Heritage Month with five weeks of Latino-centric shows, panels and student …

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Man arrested for stealing pride flags in Frenchtown

FRENCHTOWN — A borough man was arrested and charged with stealing and damaging several flags supporting the LGBTQ community earlier this month. An investigation into the August 8 incident is continuing, according to the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office, but so far Justin Settembrino, 30, has been charged with intimidation, criminal …

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Anitta makes history by becoming the first Brazilian artist to win a VMA

Congratulations are in order for Brazilian superstar Anitta. The “Lobby” singer became the first Brazilian artist to win an MTV Video Music Awards during Sunday night’s televised ceremony. The star brought home a moonperson for “Best Latin” for her viral hit song “Envolver,” following a show-stopping performance of the same …

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Fife singer Cammy Barnes ‘trumps’ her piper dad at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

VIDEO: Fife singer Cammy Barnes ‘trumps’ her piper dad at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An …

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Imagine Dragons, Gloria Trevi, Kid Cudi among more than 55 upcoming shows in Houston

Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons performs at Lollapalooza Paris Festival at Hippodrome de Longchamp on July 16, 2022 in Paris, France. Photo: Photo by David Wolff-Patrick/Get/David Wolff Patrick FRIDAY Gloria Trevi: Mexican pop/rock icon. 7 p.m. at Smart Financial Center, 18111 Lexington, Sugar Land; 281-207-6278. Jack Johnson: Singer-songwriter. 7 p.m. …

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Frankie J Gives Mi Tierra A Concert-Worthy Performance

Mi Tierra patrons were treated to a live musical surprise earlier this month when Frankie J stopped in for dinner. The singer known for hits like “Obsession” and “Suga, Suga” stopped in mid-dinner to join a trio of singers serenading the staple’s Market Square dining room. The 46-year-old from San …

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Former Rt. 378 Sports Bar to become Mexican Restaurant

East. Reading time: 4 minutes The former Taps Tavern on Rt. 378 in Lower Saucon Township becomes a Mexican restaurant. Plaza Azteca will join established businesses in the Saucon Valley Square Mall, including Maxx Fitness, Dollar Tree, Werkheiser Jewelers, Crystal Nails, Chaar, No. 1 Chinese Restaurant, Beyond Hello Cannabis Dispensary, …

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Eiza González steps out in style wearing cowboy boots adorned with silver stars for a coffee run in Los Angeles

Eiza González steps out in style wearing cowboy boots adorned with silver stars for a coffee run in Los Angeles By Paul Chavez for Dailymail.com Published: 9:27 p.m. EDT, August 17, 2022 | Updated: 9:48 p.m. EDT, August 17, 2022 Eiza González stepped out in style for a coffee run …

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Cypress Hill and Cuco bring a new vibe to Ruido Fest

After a reduced season, Ruido Fest will bring the noise to maximum volume Friday through Sunday at Union Park. Founded in 2015, the annual alternative Latin rock festival will feature nearly 50 bands performing on three stages, as well as other related attractions. Ruido means ‘noise’ in English, and there …

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“It’s beautiful to be with my sisters”: the Tiarras seek to empower a generation through music

Tiffany, Sophia and Tori Baltierra of the Tiarras went viral ICT Tac after releasing their rendition of Caifanes’ “La Negra Tomasa” in a psychedelic cumbia guitar riff. The video garnered nearly 400,000 views and has since taken the Austin band’s fan base to new heights. The Sisters are an award-winning …

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Fan Guide to MLS All-Star Week at Loons’ Allianz Field

Minnesota will host its first MLS All-Star Game on Wednesday at Allianz Field, a game pitting the best players in MLS against the best in Mexico’s Liga MX. Here’s a fan guide to the game and the events leading up to it: MONDAY MLS Works All-Star Service Day 9am-4pm, Target …

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Schedule of Upcoming Free Miller Outdoor Theater Events

Since 1923, Miller Outdoor Theater provided Houstonians with entertainment and community. It’s Hermann Park’s signature structure, and one of its biggest offerings is its summer concert season. But throughout the year, Miller offers free and paid shows in music, theater, dance and film, all of which resumed …

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Thalia Recreates Original ‘Marimar’ Look 28 Years Later

Image: Instagram/@thalia Thalia gave “Marimar” fans a nostalgic treat by bringing her iconic character back to life, donning the original dress she wore in the Mexican telenovela. The Mexican singer-actress wore the same floral dress she wore as Marimar and styled her hair like the character as she frolicked on …

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Brett Young shares a sweet birthday message for his wife

Brett Young’s talents as a romantic songwriter are well-documented in hits like “Sleep Without You” and “In Case You Didn’t Know,” and his talents for a well-phrased message of love don’t stop there. not to his music. On Monday (August 1), the singer celebrated his wife Taylor Mills’ birthday on …

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Mexican art of mariachi takes center stage on US stamps | New

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – There are few corners of the globe where the echoes of mariachi music have yet to reach, filling street corners with the sounds of the trumpets and guitars that form the backbone of the traditional Mexican genre. Now all that party fever is wrapped up in a …

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British singer George Ezra will perform in Dubai in October

‘Break’ There are still some great shows to come, but if “Severance” doesn’t top most 2022 year-end TV roundups, it’ll be a huge surprise. Highly engaging, beautifully shot, and brilliantly acted, this Apple TV+ series arrived with little fanfare (perhaps because it’s so slow, so reviewers who only see the …

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Yes, induct Freddy Fender into the Country Music Hall of Fame

The kid could play, but it was the voice that attracted you, not the guitar. He could curve it like his throat was a saxophone, a soft warble one note, a deep bellow the next. Born Baldemar Huerta in San Benito, the boy would change his name to Freddy Fender, …

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Paco Zazueta Biography, Net worth and Career

Who is Paco Zazueta? Paco Zazueta, a musician and businessman, rose to fame after marrying Melissa Barrera, a well-known Mexican actress and singer. Yate Perdi La Fe, Mellissa and Solo Con Verte are some of his well known tracks. Additionally, he appeared on the reality show La Academia. Paco Zazueta …

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Salsa Festival Adds Live Entertainment

DEMING – Celebrating salsa in New Mexico borders on a ritual plain. The Deming MainStreet program is ready to tackle this ritual by inviting the public to an extended three-day salsa festival, July 29-31. DMS Executive Director Chelsea Evans has planned entertainment for the weekend that will sandwich the traditional …

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Axl Rose dedicates his Guns N’ Roses tour to Taylor Hawkins

After Guns N’ Roses wrapped up the European leg of their ongoing world tour in Germany on Friday July 15, lead singer Axl Rose thanked fans in a message that dedicated the trek to the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and expressed his gratitude to country singer Carrie Underwood …

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Trailer “Mija”: Isabel Castro makes a documentary on Latin music for Disney

Exclusive: “Mija” centers on two women from undocumented Mexican-American families who decided to make a name for themselves in the music industry. A Latin music director and singer decided to dream big and disrupt the music scene. The “Mija” documentary centers on Doris Anahí Muñoz and singer Jacks Haupt, both …

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Tram track works to close carriageways

Tram track works to close carriageways The City of North Little Rock has told residents to expect road closures due to repairs to downtown streetcar tracks, the city said in a news release. The city will close sections of Main Street and Bishop Lindsey Avenue while workers repair the tracks, …

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Shakira and Gerard Pique’s breakup inspire a Mexican producer to do a TV show

A Mexican soap opera producer, Juan Osorio, has expressed interest in directing a TV show about Shakira and Gerard Pique’s love story and then their devastating breakup. The WakaWaka The singer and Barcelona player’s separate lives and their 12-year relationship inspired the producer to make it a series. By talking …

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Moon Assist: Miami singer-songwriter creates Moonlight Jones alter ego – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

Superheroes aren’t the only ones with secret identities. Sometimes an artist needs an alter ego to help them do their job. A local musician used the moon to create a character, and now his career is hot. Jeff Agia (vocals): “It was a hot night, it was the best yet.” …

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Reading’s Bandshell Concert Series Opens Friday With America’s Celebration – Reading Eagle

Berks Arts will kick off its popular Bandshell concert series on Friday with the Reading Pops Orchestra in a program that will celebrate Americana with patriotic marches, big band jazz and selections from Broadway. Led by guest conductor Daniel Neuenschwander, the concert will feature guest vocalist Maria Damore. Neuenschwander, assistant …

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Biopics of the highest-grossing musicians – Billboard

After just a week in theaters, Baz Luhrmann Elvis grossed over $40 million in the United States and Canada, according to boxofficemojo.com. The film, starring Austin Butler as the king, Elvis Presley, is already one of the 10 highest-grossing musician biopics since the 1970s. How high will it rise on …

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Opera Singers Speak Out On Supreme Court Decision To Overturn Roe Vs. Wading

Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe Vs. Wade, the opera world reacted on social media sharing their thoughts on the verdict that will affect millions of women across the United States. Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton took to Twitter and said, “We knew this was coming, and it’s still horribly …

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The 21-year-old Mexican singer is shot dead by her 79-year-old lawyer husband in a restaurant in Mexico City

Mexican singer, 21, is shot dead by her lawyer husband, 79, inside a Mexico City restaurant before ‘trying to bribe cops and escape with a security guard’ Yrma Lydia, 21, who was just starting her music career, was shot dead at the Suntory Del Valle restaurant in the south of …

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2 priests killed in Mexico devoted decades to a remote region

MEXICO CITY — Long before many roads were paved in Mexico’s remote Tarahumara Mountains, Jesuit priest Javier Campos crisscrossed the region on a motorbike. For five decades serving his impoverished communities, his familiar impersonation of a rooster and love of crowing earned him the nickname “Gallo”. His colleague Joaquín Mora …

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Fort Worth Opera continues to recognize diversity in the community – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The American history of opera dates back to the 18th century, and throughout its history, black musicians have shaped an art form that tells a story through music and song. “The past has completely colored and shaped who we are, but as a people it has shaped how we feel, …

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The Day – Thana Alexa, a singer with blurred boundaries, made history in Croatia (and beyond) with her Grammy nomination

Armed with degrees in psychology and jazz performance from the New School University in New York, Thana Alexa stood out even before becoming the first Croatian artist of any musical genre to earn a Grammy nomination last year. The fact that her nomination came for “ONA,” an album that was …

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Carlos Santana keeps his music legend persona at bay: ‘I don’t even look at that guy!’ he says

There’s one person Carlos Santana is careful to keep out of his home, and that’s… Carlos Santana. Or, more precisely, it is the famous Carlos Santana, of whom you won’t find a clue in the home he shares with his wife and bandmate, drum dynamo Cindy Blackman Santana. “I don’t …

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How you can help those struggling with addiction in New Jersey

As you know, I have worked closely with one of the greatest champions in the fight against addiction for many years. My friends at CFC Loud N Clear have been on the front lines since 2011. They primarily serve Ocean, Monmouth, and Bergen counties in New Jersey. Literally thousands of …

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PtaZeta on normalizing same-sex lyrics in rap music – Billboard

PtaZeta is celebrating Pride Month by revamping one of their favorite tracks, “A Quien Le Importa” from Alaska y Dinarama. An Amazon original, released on Friday, PtaZeta’s new take is a bonafide EDM version without compromising the song’s message: “Who cares what I do?/ Who cares what I say?/ I …

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Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts announces ‘Taste Of The Spencer’ fundraiser scheduled for next weekend

A delicious feast of surf and turf and tasty wines take center stage at the 2022 “Taste of the Spencer” party and fundraiser on Saturday, June 18 at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to this evening of tasteful fun in which all Spencer Theater patrons play a part! Freshly prepared …

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Today in History – The Boston Globe

In 1692, the first execution resulting from the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts took place when Bridget Bishop was hanged. Get metro tickets The top 10 local stories from the Boston metro area and New England air daily. In 1907, eleven men in five cars set off from the French …

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Norwich concert nostalgia: George Michael at Carrow Road in 2007

Published: 05:30 8 June 2022 Dramatic fanfare and delirious excitement heralded pop superstar George Michael’s Carrow Road appearance in 2007. The highly anticipated concert on June 12 followed his performance at the first-ever concert held at the new Wembley Stadium the previous weekend. Singer, George Michael on stage at the …

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ASHANTI, Chart-topping SINGER & SONGWRITER, DIVERSE HIT FILM/TV COMPOSERS, LGBTQ+ MUSIC CREATORS LEAD ASCAP EXPERIENCE IN JUNE LINEUP

June 8, 3 p.m. ET: The Sound of Diversity: Championing Unique Voices in Film/TV Music – @ASCAP Instagram Live June 10, 12 p.m. ET: The art of listening: a live musical meditation with the beginner’s ear – @ASCAP Instagram Live June 15, 3 p.m. ET: Speak Out: A Roundtable on …

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New musical choices: Kany García, Immasoul, Manuel Turizo and more

Welcome to LATINA’s weekly roundup of the best new music releases. This week’s list includes Kany García’s new album “El Amor Que Merecemos”. Mexican singer Immasoul teams up with rap star Kofi for the “Na Pa Ti” banger and Colombian singer Manuel Turizo arrives with a bop of bachata. Also …

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June 5, assassination of Robert F. Kennedy – The Durango Herald

Today in History Today is Sunday, June 5, the 156th day of 2022. There are 209 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On June 5, 1968, Senator Robert F. Kennedy was shot and fatally injured after claiming victory in the California Democratic presidential primary at the …

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Biden has the right to keep dictatorships away from the Summit in June

In July 2021, demonstrators took to the streets in several cities in Cuba to protest against food shortages and high prices. Ishmael Francisco PA Ridiculous as it sounds, Mexico, Argentina and Chile are calling on the Biden administration to invite the Cuban dictatorship to June’s Summit of the Americas in …

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Omar Chaparro signs with authentic talent and literary management

Omar Chaparro, one of Mexico’s top talents, has signed with Authentic Talent & Literary Management. The actor, comedian, TV host and singer is looking to expand his international presence and appeal to audiences across a variety of mediums. His past credits include films such as the fourth highest-grossing Mexican film …

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What punk music owes to its lesser-known Latin roots

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered on weekdays. Mentions of “punk rock” can conjure up the Sex Pistols and the Ramones, leather jackets in the cooler climes of London and New York. But the youthful fire of punk burned early in Southern California, Mexico, …

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Fun! Superstar Carrie Underwood arrives in New Jersey

She’s one of America’s hottest singers and she’s coming to New Jersey! We met Carrie Underwood on American Idol in 2005 when she won season four. According to Google, since 2005, “she has won eight Grammy Awards, 16 AMC Awards (including three for Artist of the Year), 23 CMT Music …

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10 famous liquor brands and how we rated them

You wouldn’t imagine: a growing number of celebrities, sports personalities and pop culture icons are launching their own brands of alcohol. Some say they do it for the love of the spirit. Although not involved in the distillation, many have a say in the final flavor profiles. Others have partnered …

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Albums that changed the world for Julio Villalobos de Cabildo

Featured next Saturday (May 21) for the Local Spins Fest in downtown Grand Rapids, the frontman of the Latin alternative rock band reveals his picks for the most influential albums and artists today. Raised On South American Folk and Protest Music: Julio Villalobos. (Photo/Derek Ketchum) EDITOR’S NOTE: All musicians can …

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Mariachi Cobre and Venice Symphony team up for fundraiser UnidosNow

UnidosNow, a local nonprofit that works to empower the Hispanic and Latino community, is hosting NocheUnidos, a two-day fundraising extravaganza, next week featuring music programming ranging from mariachi to classical. Mariachi Cobre, a 51-year-old band from Tuscon, Arizona, and the Venice Symphony, a 72-person orchestra, will perform …

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5 Things To Know About The Puerto Rican Singer – Hollywood Life

See the gallery Rauw Alejandro quickly made his name known in music. The 29-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter exploded onto the Latin music scene with his 2016 mixtape, Balance point. His first studio album, Afrodisiaco, came in 2020 and was nominated for the Grammy for Best Musica Urbana Album. His last …

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Insider Tales from The Great White Way | Performance

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Doggface tops a long list of acts performing at the Latin Bash in Yakima | arts and entertainment

You heard right – Doggface is hosting Latin Bash 2022 in Yakima. But he’s not the only attraction. Latin Bash is 10 hours of music, featuring several artists. Led by Doggface. Nathan Apodaca, aka Doggface, became a TikTok star in late 2020 with a clip of himself skateboarding, drinking cranberry …

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United World College students find silver linings amid evacuation | Local News

Country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, …

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Diego Boneta signs deal with Prime Video to star and produce original content

Diego Boneta walks the red carpet ahead of the closing ceremony of the 77th Venice Film Festival on … [+] September 12, 2020 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Laurent KOFFEL/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images) Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Mexican actor, singer and producer Diego Boneta and his company Three Amigos have …

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Singer Camila Cabello tells how she crossed the Mexican-American border

Cabello joined Corden last week for his famous “Carpool Karaoke” segment, where the host interviews and sings with celebrities on the way to work. The 25-year-old songwriter recalled her trip to America, saying her mother is Cuban and her father is Mexican. “My mom crossed the border into Mexico with …

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RGV Sounds: Marco Antonio Solís Performs Solo Hits and Los Bukis in Edinburgh

If you know any musicians who should be featured on RGV Sounds, email [email protected] EDINBURGH, Texas (ValleyCentral) — A legendary Mexican singer performed for a huge audience at Bert Ogden Arena and delivered an energetic message of love while playing his greatest hits. RGV Sounds: Read Musicians’ Previous Features Here! …

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Walker Hayes Sets Up First Headlining Arena Tour, Glad You’re Here

Walker Hayes crosses another career achievement off his list with his very first headlining tour, the Glad You’re Here Tour. The 15-city tour kicks off September 29 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and runs through November 12 in Everett, Washington. Parmalee will join Hayes for the entire trek. “I can’t believe we’re …

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Maestro Harold Rosenbaum and the singers of Canticum Novum perform choral movements by Bach at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

The Canticum Novum Singers, Harold Rosenbaum, Conductor and Artistic Director, will perform all choral movements from JS Bach’s Cantatas 98-106 on Sunday, May 15 at 3:00 p.m., with accompanying pianist Huizi Zhang at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church , 68 Bedford Road in Katonah, Westchester, NY. This will be the seventh …

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A futuristic vision with a nostalgic twist

ALBUQUERQUE — Fronteras del Futuro: Art in New Mexico and Beyond at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque explores contemporary issues related to the border state and similar multicultural regions through works of art that draw on science, technology, fantasy, personal stories and cultural identities. The exhibit draws …

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Today in History: April 14, Abraham Lincoln is shot

Today in History Today is Thursday, April 14, the 104th day of 2022. There are 261 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was mortally wounded by John Wilkes Booth during a performance of “Our American Cousin” at Ford’s Theater …

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Crypto seen as the ‘future of money’ in inflation-ridden countries

Last year, cryptocurrencies reached a “tipping point”, according to Gemini’s 2022 State of the World Crypto Report, “going from what many considered a niche investment to a class of established assets”. According to the report, 41% of crypto owners surveyed globally purchased crypto for the first time in 2021, including …

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Ernest Opens Up His Vocal Notes and Reveals New Song “Hey Painkiller”

Evan Paul hosts Taste of Country Nights, On Demand, a weekly country music interview podcast that focuses on music. Follow wherever podcasts are found, like Apple Podcasts and Spotify and leave a rating and review. This show is part of the Townsquare Media On Demand network. Let’s talk about a …

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What to do in Orlando April 6-12: Justin Bieber, Jerry Cantrell, Demetri Martin, K. Flay | Things to do | Orlando

Click to enlarge Image courtesy of the artist K.Flay, Thursday at the Beacham Our pick of the best things to do this week. Wednesday 6 Aprildrug churchHardcore iconoclasts Drug Church are coming to town behind their groundbreaking new album Hygiene. Word is the band (and audience) are going hard, so …

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A 7-year-old from San Antonio is the youngest mariachi singer in the world

Mateo Lopez, the 7-year-old mariachi singing sensation from San Antonio, is now globally recognized for his musical talents. His first official mariachi performance was at a Valentine’s Day concert on the Notre-Dame du Lac campus in 2019. He was 4 years and 236 days old on the day of this …

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Bangladesh Embassy in Mexico celebrates Independence Day

On the occasion of Independence Day and National Day of Bangladesh, the Bangladesh Embassy hosted a reception and dinner in honor of foreign diplomats in Mexico. Independence Day was celebrated in Mexico by highlighting the history, culture, tradition, trade and progress of Bangladesh. For all the latest news, follow the …

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Top 25 Live Shows and Concerts in Houston: April 2022

Marco Antonio Solís brings decades of success to the Smart Financial Center | Courtesy of the artist Grab your seats for our picks for the best concerts and live performances taking place in Houston in April 2022. April brings a shower of superstars to music venues across the city, as …

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Alicia Keys EXCL: She shows off her abs in a bikini on vacation with Swizz Beatz

EXCLUSIVE: Alicia Keys shows off her abs in a red bikini while vacationing with hubby Swizz Beatz and sons Egypt and Genesis in Cabo San Lucas By Ashleigh Gray for Dailymail.Com Published: 5:39 p.m. EDT, March 29, 2022 | Update: 7:25 p.m. EDT, March 29, 2022 Advertising Alicia Keys showed …

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Separatist leader in Ukraine eagerly awaits vote on joining Russia

Sunday Mass at the Saints Peter and Paul Garrison Catholic Church in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on March 27. (Yuriy Dyachyshyn/AFP/Getty Images) Ukraine has recaptured several villages from Russian forces in a series of counterattacks, including east of Kharkiv and northwest of Mariupol, after Russian missiles hit the …

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Frank Ray and Bri Bagwell return to Las Cruces for Cinco de Mayo concert

LAS CRUCES — Country singers Frank Ray and Bri Bagwell — born in Deming and Las Cruces, respectively, will return home to southern New Mexico in May for a three-day celebration of Cinco de Mayo downtown at AmadorLIVE. Ray, a former Las Cruces police officer, and Bagwell have been making …

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Nathy Peluso Talks Establishing A Unique Rapping Style And Spending Her Career “In A Permanent State Of Surprise”

Growing up, Nick Miller never really listened to dance music. Now he’s one of the genre’s most prolific stars, better known as Illenium – and celebrating a GRAMMY nomination as a result. Illenium’s fourth album, 2021 fallen embersis in the running for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album at 2022 GRAMMY Awards. …

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Tucson will name the music hall for its Native daughter Linda Ronstadt

FILE – Arizona resident singer and activist Linda Ronstadt applauds a speaker as she attends a news conference at the Arizona Capitol, Thursday, April 29, 2010, in Phoenix. Tucson Music Hall will be renamed in honor of Ronstadt, a Southern Arizona native who became a Grammy-winning superstar. Mayor Regina Romero …

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Selena’s new album for April 2022

Selena Quintanilla-Pérez was the queen of Tejano music. While she was leaving her first mark in Latin music and was even about to break into the American market, her life was cut short in 1995. Her last performance on February 26, 1995, less than a month before her death, was …

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A slam poet from New Mexico will take the stage at Highland | Entertainment

Buzzin Barbecue plans to start serving slow-cooked meats in downtown Whiting. Antonio “Buzz Lightyear” Cisneros opens the new barbecue at 1423 119th St. The space was previously occupied by Hen House Charcoal Chicken and before that by Comfort Roast Coffee House. “I do craft-style barbecues, like we do these days,” …

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Atlanta Hawks Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Night March 13

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) – The Atlanta Hawks host Hispanic Heritage Night on March 13 when the team hosts Indiana at State Farm Arena, according to a news release. The evening will celebrate the rich culture of NBA fans and players across the Hispanic communities of Latin America and the United …

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Celia Cruz and Cesar Chavez have come up with names for Gaithersburg Elementary

The new Montgomery County Elementary School in Gaithersburg could be named after a well-known Cuban civil rights activist or singer. On Tuesday, the school board chose three name options for the school, now called “Gaithersburg Elementary School No. 8.” The options for final names are: • Celia Cruz Elementary School• …

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This day in history: March 9

Today is Wednesday, March 9, the 68th day of 2022. There are 297 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On March 9, 1933, Congress, called into special session by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, began its “hundred days” of enacting New Deal legislation. To this date : …

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