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‘American Idol’ 20: Who is Aaron Westberry? Singer, 20, started making music recently

“American Idol” with its historic 20th season aired on the ABC network for the fifth consecutive season. It aired earlier on Fox for 15 seasons. Fans of the singing reality show got to see the crackling chemistry of the judges again, namely Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. The …

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How to start and run your NJ business venture

It’s a small world, isn’t it? As many of you know, I had a career in real estate before moving into the media with my show on Fox in 2013 and then taking over as the morning show’s lead in 2015. Prior to that, I spent 13 years working for …

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Obituary: Livia Lee Leigh – Portland Press Herald

Livia Lee Leigh COZUMEL, Mexico – Livia Lee Leigh was born the youngest of five children on February 11, 1943 in Portland, to Lillian May Ustic and James Paul Ustic. She attended schools in Redbank, Gray and Portland. Her family moved to Waterville at the end of her second year, …

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Trixie Mattel and Katya Scream ‘Squid Game’ Music in New YouTube Video – ‘None of the Musical Girls Do It Like Squid’

squid game has some famous fans – Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova among them. For a YouTube series, the RuPaul’s Drag Race the queens reacted to the music (and story) of this Netflix original series. Netflix’s ‘Squid Game’ Featured Original Soundtrack By Jung Jaeil And Other Artists Trixie Mattel and …

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Chicago’s black musical visionaries paved the way for their communities in the 1950s and 1960s

Since the 1950s, Chicago has been home to a succession of visionary black musical groups and societies. They’re best known as purveyors of avant-garde jazz, but that characterization sells Sun Ra and his Arkestra, the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), and Phil Cohran’s entire artistic heritage short. …

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Homer-Center: A musical to take audiences back to the 80s | School News

This weekend, the music department of the Homer-Center will present its annual production. This year’s show is “Back to the 80s,” and it will premiere today and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the JS Byers Auditorium. “Back to the 80s” tells the story of Corey …

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“The Company”, “Cowboy Bebop”, More

One and it’s done. Netflix has presented its viewers with many unique TV shows over the years – but not all original series can explore their history beyond one season before being canceled. Julie and the ghosts developed a rapid cult following when it hit the streaming service in September …

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Spanish youth orchestra recycles waste to compose beautiful music

Cristina Vazquez and Luis Miguel Munoz, two of the many young people who grew up in a slum in Madrid, never imagined themselves as musicians in the midst of the hardships of their lives. However, Vazquez is the first violinist of an inventive orchestra bringing together twenty other disadvantaged young …

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Spring Awakening Revue – Desire and Fear in Coming-of-Age Musical | Theater

IRupert Goold’s daring is to stage a blazing, moody alt-rock musical about repression and teenage rebellion for a Christmas spectacle. Based on Frank Wedekind’s 1891 play – banned or censored through the ages – it doesn’t have a lot of blurry edges, and its staging now feels more refreshing. Set …

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“A Soulful Christmas”, co-produced by Anthony Wayne of Norfolk, debuts in Virginia Beach

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (WAVY) – It’s not the Jackson Five, it’s the Harlem Five, and it’s not Diana Ross and the Supremes but “Tiana Ross and the Extremes” that have sold Off-Broadway shows in review very popular musical “A moving Christmas. “A Soulful Christmas” debuts on Hampton Roads on the …

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Crucial concerts for the week ahead: Nine Mile Records, Glasshealer, Vincent Neil Emerson, Hayes Carll, Luna Luna, Pink Sweat $ and more – Music

Neuf Mile Records celebrates its 15th anniversary Garage Empire, Friday 10 – Sunday 12 After 15 years as an independent label, this is no small feat in the first place. Then try to survive the hammer blow of the pandemic and it’s no wonder that Nine Mile Records founder Rick …

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Annie Live’s bearded man! hardly had a beard

Photo: Virginia Sherwood / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Last week, the most unlikely genre of the past decade – the live-action television musical – made a comeback to air on NBC. Annie live! Of course, it was a night of escape for its young stars, including the wonderful …

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“Vaccine” chosen as word of the year 2021 by Merriam-Webster

NEW YORK (AP) – With a definition expanded to reflect the times, Merriam-Webster has declared a pervasive truth as her word of the year 2021: vaccine. “It was a word that was extremely high in our data every day in 2021,” Peter Sokolowski, editor-in-chief of Merriam-Webster, told The Associated Press …

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Jennifer Nettles sang “She Was Mine”. But not by crying.

Sara Bareilles and Jennifer Nettles have been friends for over a decade, and Nettles had long been eager to get into Bareilles’ musical “Waitress”. “For years we kept trying to get there, but it never worked on the logistics side,” she said on a recent video call. It all finally …

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Mariah Carey Quiere Realizar Una Película Sobre Su Vida, Siguiendo El Ejemplo De Luis Miguel – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Mariah Carey quiere realizar una película sobre su vida, siguiendo el ejemplo by Luis Miguel – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. …

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What it takes to put on “High School Musical” – The Times of Noblesville

Photos from The Times by Betsy Reason. Maddux Morrison (left), high school students from Noblesville, as Troy; Lauren Rohn, as Sharpay; and Anna Schlueter as Gabriella rehearses a scene from Disney’s ‘High School Musical’, which will be on stage Thursday through Saturday at the NHS auditorium Noblesville high school students …

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Students take flight in musical QHS | Theater

QUINCY – Bella Green might not have thought that getting involved in “Wizard of Oz” would help her reach new heights. Green soared through the air before settling into a perfect landing as Glinda the Good Witch in the beloved musical that takes the stage at Quincy High School starting …

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History | History | effinghamdailynews.com

Today is Saturday, October 16, the 289th day of 2021. There are 76 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s story: On October 16, 1859, radical abolitionist John Brown raided the American arsenal of Harpers Ferry in what was then West Virginia. (Ten of Brown’s men were killed …

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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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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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Seattle jazz scene turns up the volume as clubs reopen

Seattle-based nonprofit Jazz within earshot has long supported the scene with an extensive annual music festival, monthly jazz magazine, educational programs and regional performance listings. During the pandemic, he broadcast live small, socially distant performances from Town Hall and also distributed $ 73,000 to local musicians, through the Seattle Jazz …

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Obituary: Perle Rhéa (Jacques) Corriveau

Perle Rhéa (Jacques) Corriveau KENNEBUNK – Pearl, 73, died peacefully of natural causes in Kennebunk on April 20, 2021. She was born on April 30, 1947 in Biddeford. She is survived by her two sons, Chad Corriveau of Maine and her grandson, Charlie Corriveau; Erik Corriveau (Maryann) of Louisiana and …

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Longtime iconic New Jersey record store closes

At a time when vinyl records make a comeback , Vintage Vinyl closes after 42 years of rocking New Jersey with records and live concerts According to their website that says “Rob and Donna are retiring! The store will close July 31st. Thank you for 42 wonderful years. It was …

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Pop-up new pizzeria arrives at Lewiston Forage Market

Pizza Kathy from David Dyke’s new Lewiston pizza pop-up, David Made Pizza. Dyke, who named his first three pies Kathy, Marge and Dennis, said, “They’re all based on composite characters; the pie has specific personality elements that I associate with people I have known, but no pie is based on …

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Juanes returns to his musical roots for ‘Origen’

NEW YORK – After experimenting with different types of music, Juanes returns to his roots with “Origen”, a cover album in which he pays homage to the most influential artists of his life and career, from Joe Arroyo and Bruce Springsteen to Bob Marley and Juan Luis Guerra. Through 12 …

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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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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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JonTheProducer on Being Ready for Artist Credit

Nathy Peluso is a few days away from doing it Latin GRAMMY her debut, and, naturally, she’s horny. On stage, the Argentinian singer-songwriter is a burst of energy – her improvised dance moves and body movements could be a spectacle of their own. During a Zoom call from her home …

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Kern Firms Received Nearly $ 1 Billion In P3 Funds | New

Nearly $ 1 billion went directly to businesses in Kern County this year as part of the Paycheck Protection Program intended to keep small businesses afloat amid the economic fallout from the pandemic, data shows federal laws released earlier this month. The massive federal aid program has provided more than …

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DVIDS – News – Massachusetts National Guard highlights Sgt. Luis Miguel Leon-Sobenis during Hispanic Heritage Month

STAFF SGT. LUIS MIGUEL LÉON-SOBENISD CO., 223rd MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION (LING)Story by Staff Sgt. 1st Class Laura Berry, Massachusetts National Guard Public AffairsCourtesy photoStaff Sgt. Luis Miguel Leon-Sobenis was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, a large city on the coast. His family is also from the coastal region of Ecuador. Her …

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Luis Miguel Macias | Obituary

Luis Miguel Macias passed away on Friday July 10, 2020 in Denver, Col. A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date. Luis Miguel, known to many as “Miguel”, was born in Guadalajara, Mexico on May 10, 1987 to Lupe and Lupita Macias. Raised in Lexington, he graduated …

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