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The show will continue – this iconic world music festival launches virtual showcase in times of pandemic

Launched in 2014, PhotoSparks is a weekly column of Your story, with photographs that celebrate the spirit of creativity and innovation. In the previous 535 articles, we have presented a Art festival, cartoon gallery. world music festival, telecoms fair, millets fair, climate change exhibition, wildlife conference, boot festival, Diwali rangoli, …

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Frank Foster to headline the first night of Musicfest

The Murphy Arts District (MAD) has announced that Frank Foster will headline Friday night, October 1, of the Musicfest weekend. Foster will be supported by the opening act Pryor and Lee, the 2018 contestants of “The Voice”. The Saturday night show, scheduled for 8 p.m. on October 2, will be …

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Peanuts Come To Life In Latest FCP Musical | Scene

A new production from First City Players is set to debut next week, bringing an upbeat, musical take on classic comic book characters to the stage. In an interview with the Daily News on Thursday, FCP executive director Elizabeth Nelson said “You’re a good man, Charlie Brown” was exactly the …

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Menomonie Musician’s latest album transmits …

EDGY ALBUM. Justin Nicholes (aka Justice Son) has released his latest album, “Red Suit,” which you can find on Bandcamp. (Photos submitted.) A musician with a flair for intense sound? It’s Justin Nicholes, also known by his stage name “Justice Son”, a rock / electronic artist from the Menonomie region …

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Virtual musical highlights action on climate change

Guelph singer-songwriter James Gordon uses his folk-pop music to share stories and effect change. Half of the proceeds from tonight’s show will be donated to the KW section of the Council of Canadians and the Region of Waterloo. Guelph singer-songwriter and city councilor James gordon was in the middle of …

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60s MUSIC at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theater

BEEHIVE: THE 60s MUSICAL at Broadway Palm Dinner Theater is a tribute to the iconic female voices of the 1960s. The show takes you through the decade and the evolution of women in music throughout it. It’s such a fun show. From all the catchy music and slower, more powerful …

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Other signs point to the possible return of Hoop-Dee-Doo

Is Disney World gearing up to bring Hoop-Dee-Doo back to guests? Another sign indicates this as a possibility! Related: Why The Hoop-Dee-Doo Music Review Is A Must-Have On Every Disney Vacation Credit: Disney Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a popular dinner show located in Fort Wilderness at Walt Disney World. However, …

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MMC’s pop / rock performance class will present the “Final Artistic Sharing Project” • Performing Arts • Marymount Manhattan College

Pop / rock performance, an advanced acting class taught by assistant instructor and former MaryAnne Piccolo ’05 with music director Elliot Roth, celebrates its sixth year this spring in a very other. Piccolo’s THTR 356-01 course, Pop / rock performance, is meeting online for its second year… but that hasn’t …

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The Wooly brings Emo Night back to Gainesville

After a 15-month hiatus, the pop-punk show Emo Night returns to Gainesville with a show at full capacity on Saturday. Event producer and DJ Vijaya Seixas created the evening for those who were eager to hear the pop-punk classics they listened to while growing up. This Emo Night, in particular, …

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Lexington Broadway Season, Live Musical Schedule

Broadway touring productions return to the Lexington Opera House this fall, depending on location. The next season of Broadway Live will feature a show that was set to debut on the Lexington stage just as the coronavirus pandemic struck. Another show started on the London stage and is now touring …

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Artfeel performance scheduled for June in The Woodlands

The occasional ‘fantasy night’ known as Artfeel will return on June 30 with another roster of dazzling and entertaining performance artists in the open space Central Park of Market Street. Nickole Kerner Bobley, who is the founders of Artfeel, said in an email interview that the next iteration of the …

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Team Blake’s Jordan Matthew Young Joins Top 5

Jordan Matthew Young secured a last-minute spot The voiceSeason finale during the semi-finals episode on Tuesday evening (May 18). This means that not only will there be two country-trending contenders in the show’s Top 5, but Team Blake will also have two chances to win this season, giving Blake Shelton …

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Local man dedicates radio show to country music legend

HENDERSON, Tennessee. – A local man uses his passion to create a radio show. An hour-long special dedicated to country legend Eddy Arnold aired on campus radio at Freed-Hardeman University, WFHU. The special was hosted by Freed-Hardeman University alumnus Rodger Holtin. Holtin has been a record collector for almost 60 …

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Trinity Lutheran hosts the first fine arts festival

Conner Covey, a youth from Trinity Lutheran High School, plays guitar during a guitar lesson at Seymour School. Zach spicer Lickskillet will make his debut on Sunday. There will also be skits written by Hannah Kerkhof, Kate Mau and others, siblings Conner and Brooklyn Covey will perform together, and other …

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Patsy Cline musical and more available this weekend

LIMA – Musical theater enthusiasts and Patsy Cline won’t want to miss a live performance at the Encore Theater this weekend. “Always… Patsy Cline” is a musical piece, mixing humor and emotion with 27 songs from Cline’s musical catalog. It tells the story of a fan, Louise Seger, who befriended …

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Alliance reworking ‘work’ for Atlanta today

Accompanied by a three-piece group (Stello Clark on keyboards, Jen Hodges on bass, Q Robinson on drums), the ensemble features familiar local talent Courtenay Collins (“The Prom”), Rob Lawhon (“Buddy:” The Buddy Holly Story ”) and Brad Raymond (“ Chasin ‘Dem Blues ”), alongside Atlanta comparative newcomers Jewl Carney, Tawana …

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OV musical heads outside | Pandemic 2020

BRANDON – For its next production, the Walking Stick Theater at Otter Valley Union High School is gaining momentum. The troupe will stage an outdoor production of Disney’s “Descendants: The Musical” starting May 29. The musical tells the story of what happens when the kids of Disney’s biggest villains are …

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