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Brit Awards: weird, I agree with Nadine Dorries that music awards shouldn’t be gender neutral – Aidan Smith

Dua Lipa may be the latest British Female Solo Artist winner now that Brit Awards are gender neutral Long ago there was no woman in sight. Actually there had to be a few scattered around, enough to be included in the “Best Rock Chick” and “Best Token Girl” categories, but …

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David Dalaithngu was a pioneer of the “rock star” who was an inspiration to native actors and filmmakers.

During one of his last public appearances for the Adelaide Festival premiere of My name is Gulpilil in March, an audience of 1,500 gave him a one-minute standing ovation when he arrived on stage in a seemingly frail wheelchair. He stood up and, in an unexpected speech, said to them: …

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Stephen Sondheim pays tribute to streaming | THIRTEEN

Christina Chevalier | November 29, 2021 Stephen Sondheim at Lincoln Center. Photo courtesy of PBS NewsHour. Legendary and beloved composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim passed away at the age of 91 on Friday, November 26. He leaves behind 12 Broadway musicals and legions of devotees. He started collecting the Tony …

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FIREWIND guitarist GUS G. Guest in the trenches with RYAN ROXIE (Video)

FIREWIND guitarist GUS G. Guest in the trenches with RYAN ROXIE (Video) November 29, 2021, 14 minutes ago new wind of fire gus g. riff notes This week’s episode of the live podcast In The Trenches With Ryan Roxie (November 26) featured guitarist Gus G. (Firewind, Ozzy Osbourne, Nightrage) as …

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Alpine Valley owned by the same company that hosted Astroworld’s deadly concert | Local News

TRAVIS DEVLIN Lee Newspapers WALWORTH COUNTY – Alpine Valley, East Troy’s outdoor music amphitheater, is owned by Live Nation, the same company that hosted the Astroworld Music Festival at NRG Park in Houston, where 10 people died after a wave of crowd at a concert on November 5. After the …

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This day in history, November 28, 2021 | Story

Today is Sunday, November 28, the 332nd day of 2021. There are 33 days left in the year. Today’s highlight On November 28, 1942, a fire engulfed the Cocoanut Grove nightclub in Boston, killing 492 people in the deadliest nightclub fire of all time. (The cause of the rapidly spreading …

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PPO presents classical music through a series of online recitals

Given the ongoing pandemic, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (PPO) continues to seek alternative ways to serene audiences with classical music by hosting a series of online recitals through June 2022 at 8 p.m. A program of the OPP, the PPO Recital Concert Series replaces the annual face-to-face orchestral concert season …

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Scratch the Blues | Herald of the Deccan

At an age when most children are fascinated by cartoons, Anuraag Gawhale was drawn to music. As a child he listened to R&B songs and artists like Abba, Yanni, Queen, Billy Joel and Bon Jovi. It didn’t take long for his singing talent to be discovered by a music teacher …

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American Musical Titan Stephen Sondheim Dies Aged 91

An afternoon tutorial followed, teaching him, from Mr. Sondheim’s account, more about the trade than most songwriters learn in their lifetime. Hammerstein gave him a path of writing exercises: adapting a good piece to a musical; adapt an imperfect piece into a musical; adapt a story from another medium into …

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