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EP launch for singer-songwriter Megan Blyth
Forres Gazette Monday 28 Jul 2014 10:39 AM One of Inverness' brightest young singer-songwriters will take to the Bothy stage this Saturday to celebrate the release of her new EP. Megan Blyth, fresh...
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Born to perform
When Raine Hamilton steps onto the stage at Bowen Park later this week, she will have travelled over 2,500 kilometres. “I’ve visited B.C. and Vancouver Island before, but I have not spent a lot of...
Read more at Nanaimo News Bulletin
University of Manitoba
Calgary's godfather of folk got his start at a di...
A dingy basement on First Street was the catalyst. Prior to late summer 1963, “folk” was a word Calgarians used to describe ethnic dancing, rustic art, or elderly people — as in the ‘Calgary Old...
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How To Get Your Confidence Back
It happens to everyone eventually – something deeply rattles your confidence. You lose a job, mess up at work, receive tough feedback, or are otherwise set back on your heels. If it’s bad enough, then...
Read more at Forbes
Institute of Leadership
Institute of Leadership and Management
University of California at Santa Barbara
University of California
The Neuroscience of Music, Mindset, and Motivation
Jolij and Meurs had their test subjects perform a task in which they had to identify happy and sad 'smiley icons' while listening to happy or sad music. Music turned out to have a great influence on...
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From Sound City to world tours for Liverpool band...
... Circa Waves are riding the crest of their own wave at the moment. The Liverpool four-piece – Kieran Shudall (guitar / vocals), Joe Falconer (guitar), Sam Rourke (bass) and Sian Plummer (drums) –...
Read more at Liverpool Echo
T in the Park
THE GREAT ESCAPE
Blue Light 'Til DawnCassandra Wilson
Released in late 1993, Blue Light ’Til Dawn was a game-changer. It did not win Cassandra Wilson a Grammy (those came later), but it sold nearly a million copies. It shot her to the top of the DownBeat...
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Checking in with The Motels' Martha Davis
Whether you were there when The Motels first burst onto the music scene in the early '80s or are just rediscovering them again, it's hard to deny that singer Martha Davis is one of MTVs first leading...
Read more at East Valley Tribune
Forty years ago, chaos reigned in pop culture
... -- We had joy. We had fun. We had loathing. That included two of the top five -- Terry Jacks' "Seasons in the Sun" and the runaway top choice, Paul Anka's "Having My Baby" -- and several more...
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Francis Ford Coppola
Keira Knightley: She's the voice
Keira Knightley talks to Des Sampson about her new musical role Keira Knightley mastered the guitar and singing in Begin Again, with her voice a mix of Suzanne Vega and
. Until now,...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
Along the Fraser: New-fangled smartphones awesome
... new phone book is here! The new phone book is here!” Steve Martin, The Jerk. The new and mysterious makes a child squeal in delight – first steps without help, a multi-coloured butterfly....
Read more at Maple Ridge News
Mary Chapin Carpenter: How sad songs make us brave
Singing with an orchestra — a great feeling — is like riding an enormous wave of sound, says singer/songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter. "You don’t want to oversing," she says. "You don’t want to get...
Read more at The Salt Lake Tribune
She's Got A Perfect Afro — And A Melodious Vision...
Ethiopian-born singer Meklit Hadero shows off her guitar chops and her perfect afro. In February, Ethiopian-born singer Meklit Hadero was flying home from Uganda to the U.S. when her plane had to...
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Joni Mitchell's wonderful soul music explored
's wonderful soul music explored at Half Moon, Putney Half Moon: Welcomes Gina Foster and Manuela Panizzo
fans are in for a treat this month. The Half Moon in Putney...
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Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
Marissa Nadler keeps one foot in the art world wh...
The world that Marissa Nadler creates in her most recent release, July, isn't, as the title may suggest, one of sunny, heart-of-summertime fun. Instead, it's a little closer to what life is often...
Read more at Pittsburgh City Paper
Rhode Island School of Design
The long shadow of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Given that they could only stay in the same studio long enough to record one album as a quartet, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s shadow is remarkably long. They split in 1970 after releasing Déjà vu,...
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Musicians gather weekly for Lettersong’s Throw Ba...
Every Thursday, a local calligraphy arts studio called Lettersong hosts a magical evening of fresh coffee, tasty sweets, and a variety of live music. Musicians and listeners of all types come together...
Read more at Louisville.com
Tom Rush Brings His Vintage Folk To The Kate
Tom Rush, an iconic singer, songwriter and guitarist who helped shape the great folk revival in the '60s and its resurgence in the '80s and the '90s, is still very much a spirited, spirit-lifting...
Read more at FOX CT Hartford
NOW PLAYING Begin Again Another sappy but engaging musical fable from the Irish writer and director John Carney, who made “Once.” In New York, a high-minded and depressive singer-songwriter (Keira...
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Guitar star Pat Metheny on music & golf
As one of the most influential jazz-and-beyond guitarists of the past three decades, Pat Metheny has earned commercial success and critical acclaim in almost equal measure. A 20-time Grammy...
Read more at San Diego Union-Tribune
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