5 things to expect from the 2021 edition of FIMPRO

The 2021 edition of the Feria Internacional de Música para Profesionales (FIMPRO) will take place from October 13 to 15 in Guadalajara, at the heart of the Mexican music industry. Just hours before kick-off, attendees marked out their schedules to enjoy all the workshops, showcases, meetings and other activities during …

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Paul Simon announces upcoming audiobook and new music

Paul Simon announced a new audiobook, Miracle and wonder: conversations with Paul Simon. It will be released on November 16. Simon, who turns 80 today, also announced the release of Seven Psalms, his first new music since 2018 In the blue light. A preview of the new album can be …

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The Ultimate Guide to Payday Loan Consolidation

Have you ever felt like you just can’t win? You’re not alone. Many people think that they never have enough money, and it’s time to stop feeling sorry for themselves!  If you want to improve your financial situation, then the best thing that you can do is consolidate your payday …

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Luis Miguel Season 3: Release Date, Filming

Luis Miguel Season 3 Updates: Netflix is ​​a treasure trove of exciting web series and movies. Among all the content available on the OTT platform, Luis Miguel: The Series stands out as one of the best. After two incredible seasons, several questions are circulating on the Internet. Luis Miguel: Will …

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The 10 Best Broadway Shows You Must See Now

After some 18 months of grim uncertainty, Broadway is – right now – essentially back, with many shows that were shut down by the pandemic now previewing or fully open. (You don’t have to be a Bad fan for footage from the first few minutes of its opening night to …

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Scratch a Storm | Local News

In my last column, I asked you to look up into the sky to observe the nocturnal hawks. Now I want you to look down and listen to a noise under your shrubs. Look closely and you might see a spotted tohi. It is a strikingly beautiful ground feeder with …

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Cast call for “Diary of a Wimpy Child the Musical”

The Children’s Theater Company is looking for young people aged 12 to 18 to audition for the next “Diary of a Wimpy Child the Musical”, from April 22 to June 18, 2022! Find out more about the show and the auditions here: https://childrenstheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/auditions/#auditions-listing The CTC is committed to equity, diversity, …

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AB6IX talks about his second album ‘MO’ COMPLETE ‘

On their second album, AB6IX returns to the front of the stage with a “complete” vision and refocused energy. The four-member unit that makes up AB6IX has used the past few years to showcase its potential to the masses – showing ingenious tactics in their musical composition, choreography and performances. …

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Eddies Music Hall of Fame inducts largest class to date

A pair of Mechanicville brothers who led separate WWII-era bands that repeatedly appeared on the music charts, and a North Country musician who toured the United States and recorded numerous albums during a 56-year career, are among those in third class to be inducted into the Capital Region’s Thomas Edison …

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How a Spotify podcast succeeded in reggaeton history

When Daddy Yankee showed up at a Montebello gas station to promote his contagious hit “Gasolina,” the Puerto Rican record star drew so many fans he couldn’t get out of the limo. That’s when local music publicist Ximena Acosta was struck: reggaeton was here to stay. ” I’ll never forget. …

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From Broadway to Here – Santa Barbara News-Press

Santa Barbara Symphony, State Street Ballet, Professional Singers and New York Actors Collaborate on “Kismet” COURTESY PHOTOSState Street Ballet rehearses “Kismet,” a Broadway musical that the Santa Barbara company performs with the Santa Barbara Symphony, professional singers and Broadway actors. “Kismet” is the most ambitious project that the Santa Barbara …

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The activist side of K-pop in PeruGlobal Voices

Image of BTS Peru Sede Chiclayothe Facebook page of Adriana Velásquez originally wrote this article for The Antigone, it was edited, translated and republished by Global Voices. The term K-pop is no longer foreign to Peru despite the distance that separates the country of more than 16,000 kilometers from South …

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How to explain Trump’s love for musical “cats”

The news, emanating from Trump’s aide Stephanie Grisham’s revealing new book, one more entry in a disturbing series in which people close to Trump reveal he’s just as gruesome as he looked, news that they somehow chose to keep private (you couldn’t really keep it a secret) until there was …

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Singer Gloria Estefan reveals sexual abuse at age 9

Singer Gloria Estefan speaks during an interview at the London Coliseum Theater in London, Britain, April 9, 2019. REUTERS / Simon Dawson Subscribe to our Policy NewsletterNY for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Latin singer Gloria Estefan …

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Everyone salsa! Fania, the dilapidated New York label that sent Latin rhythms to the world | Dance music

IIt’s 1967. Latin boogaloo – a fusion of African-American R&B and Cuban rhythms reflecting the rich melting pot of East Harlem, New York – is sweeping the neighborhood. Johnny Pacheco, a follower of traditional Latin music, considers boogaloo to be “horrible” and “not music”. Nonetheless, he would quickly learn to …

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ACL Fest 2021 – Yendry Talks Magic, Her Playlist and The Shining Light on Domestic Abuse in Latin Culture: Italian Dominican Singer Brings Diverse Sound to ACL Fest Saturday – Music

Photo by Davide De Martis Rid of genre labels, the Dominican Italian singer-songwriter Yendry has a wide musical palette inspired by island music, reggaeton, trap, merengue and R&B, all merged into one sound. pop suited to this singer’s soft voice and penchant for emotional themes. She’s in Miami wrapping up …

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Houston Shows & Concerts: October 2021

The Jonas Brothers head to the Woodlands | Photo: Jack Gorlin; Courtesy of Amazon Studios Take your seats for our picks for the best concerts and live shows taking place in Houston in October 2021. H-Town’s concert schedule is picking up steam this fall with stages across Houston welcoming legends …

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Mariachi Estrella makes history at halftime

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Mariachi Estrella gave fans at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium a stunning performance. “I know we were all very excited to be able to represent our culture in front of such a large crowd,” said Claudia Banda, violinist and backing vocalist of Mariachi Estrella. Not only …

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It happened today – this day in history

1066: William the Conqueror’s Norman troops set sail for England. 1590: Pope Urban VII dies 13 days after being chosen as pope, making his reign the shortest papacy in history. 1601: Louis XIII of France is born at the Château de Fontainebleau. 1605: The Swedish armies are totally defeated by …

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RiverPark Hosts Musical Tribute to “Queen”

September 25 – Marc Martel and “The Ultimate Queen Celebration” will be released in Owensboro. The 44-year-old Canadian rocker will lead the peloton for “an explosive and captivating tribute where some of the most iconic rock anthems of all time collide with theatrical performance style and jaw-dropping production” at 7 …

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The Beaumont School succeeds Nighttown by hosting performances of BW’s famous theater program; Disney’s first show is October 4th

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – The closure of Nighttown in 2020 likely meant different things to music fans who regularly frequented the iconic Cedar Road venue. For musical theater students at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, this meant that an opportunity to gain experience performing in front of a Nighttown audience …

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Latin Music Week 2021: concert by Natti Natasha and J Quiles

At exactly 10:23 p.m., Quiles hopped on stage wearing an all-black ensemble and performed his hit “Pam” assisted by Daddy Yankee and El Alfa. Joined by a six-member group on stage, Quiles gave a daring alternative twist to some of his greatest hits such as “Jeans”, “Bellaquita”, “Cuaderno”, “Porfa”, “Que …

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Musician Forms All-Female Mariachi Band During Pandemic

Mariachi Bonitas is not your typical mariachi band. Dino Rachlin has been singing his heart out since he was a child in Mexico City. “Music is a universal language,” Klingler said. “Music brings you peace and harmony in your life. It is my conviction. She is an award-winning singer-songwriter and …

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2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards Winners List

The Billboard Latin Music Awards, presented in 56 categories, honor the most popular albums, songs and performers in Latin music as determined by the famous Billboard Weekly Rankings, during the period from the February 1, 2020 ranking to August 7 of this year. , 2021, maps, a longer period than …

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See the complete list of winners – FOX23 News

CORAL GABLES, Fla – Rapper Bad Bunny hit the jackpot on Thursday at 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards, topped 10 categories at the event in Coral Gables, Florida, according to Billboard magazine. >> RELATED STORY: Bad Bunny Is Biggest 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards Winner Photos: Stars shine on the …

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See the full list of winners – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

CORAL GABLES, Fla – Rapper Bad Bunny hit the jackpot on Thursday at 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards, topped 10 categories at the event in Coral Gables, Florida, according to Billboard magazine. >> RELATED STORY: Bad Bunny Is Biggest 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards Winner Photos: Stars shine on the …

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The Tony Awards are back. Here’s what to expect.

While Broadway shows are returning, opening, and premiering premieres, audiences – and businesses – will never be the same again. The community has lost members like actor Nick Cordero and Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally to the coronavirus. At least seven plays written by black artists are expected to open …

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‘Britney vs Spears’ Netflix Documentary Trailer: Watch

Although the teaser does not include any other information about the film, hours after its release, Carr confirmed to Hollywood journalist that she realized and produced it. His team includes acclaimed documentary filmmakers Liz Garbus and Dan Cogan of Story Syndicate, who produced alongside Amy Herdy (Allen vs. Farrow) and …

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Upcoming Netflix Movies and Shows in October 2021

Netflix has an incredible list of new movies and shows coming this fall. October 2021 is just around the corner, and we’re already learning about some of the big Netflix movies and shows coming to the streaming service during the month. In October 2021, Netflix is ​​releasing new seasons of …

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Under the Taliban, the thriving Afghan music scene moves towards silence

By BERNAT ARMANGUE September 22, 2021 GMT https://apnews.com/article/entertainment-middle-east-music-arts-and-entertainment-afghanistan-a2ac1095df0568387d6cee15eb82a3b5 KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – A month after the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, the music is starting to calm down. The last time the militant group ruled the country, in the late 1990s, they banned music altogether. So far this time, the …

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Maroon 5, Brooks & Dunn among the 40+ best concerts in Houston

Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine performs during the Super Bowl LIII halftime show between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia on February 3, 2019. Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY, Contributor / AFP / Getty Images Most sites still follow COVID-19 guidelines, including …

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