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The Austin Chronicle
Big Henry's Grooves Antone'stwo turntables where clerks – whether it's co-owner Will Bridges, his wife Noel
Big Henry's Grooves Antone's
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
two turntables where clerks – whether it's co-owner Will Bridges, his wife Noel, employees from Antone's Records, or house musicians picking up day shifts – play records noon-7pm daily. The shop harks back to Antone's original Sixth and Brazos... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Vijay Iyer takes a bow for Indo-American Heritage Museumhe'll be doing something more than performing. In becoming the first inductee
Vijay Iyer takes a bow for Indo-American Heritage Museum
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
he'll be doing something more than performing. In becoming the first inductee in a Hall of Fame created by Chicago's Indo-American Heritage Museum, Iyer will be lending his considerable stature to an ethnic community asserting its place in a... Read more
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New York Post
The top 40 public high schools in NYCand 10th-graders for mentoring. There are 30 clubs and 16 PSAL sports, includin
The top 40 public high schools in NYC
New York Post / Posted 11 days ago
and 10th-graders for mentoring. There are 30 clubs and 16 PSAL sports, including a new indoor track team. The renovated music room added 200 square feet of instructional space in 2016.3. New Explorations into Science, Technology and Math 111... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
2016 Detroit Jazz Festival schedule and artist descriptionsbass, with a traditional rhythm section, percussionist and four cellos behind h
2016 Detroit Jazz Festival schedule and artist descriptions
Detroit Free Press / Posted 26 days ago
bass, with a traditional rhythm section, percussionist and four cellos behind him. There’s a structured equilibrium to the music, amplified by Carter’s varied material and natty arrangements that use the strings as an opportunity for melodic... Read more
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Salon.com
Going back to “Graceland”: Revisiting Paul Simon’s fraught and tuneful South African albumThirty years ago, two things happened. An aging musician, whose last album had
Going back to “Graceland”: Revisiting Paul Simon’s fraught and tuneful South African album
Salon.com / Posted 1 months ago
Thirty years ago, two things happened. An aging musician, whose last album had bombed and whose taste seemed to belong to the past, dug enthusiastically into a musical form that few Americans knew about and made it almost instantly popular.... Read more

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