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To Infinity & Beyond: Art In The Planetarium

John Quin tries to catch the buzz at the Zeiss-Großplanetarium, Berlin, with work by Bill Ham, John Whitney, Actress, and Kara-Lis Coverdale. David O'Reilly: The End of Stories. © David O'Reilly. The Zeiss-Großplanetarium is a shiny silver dome, seventy-five feet in diameter, equipped with a fancy projector. It was one...
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Fifth Wheel RV Renovation Part 1- Clean out & Prep | Budget DIY Reno in Central FL

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We moved into a 2004 Jayco Fifth Wheel and went to work on Renovation! Check out our Budget Reno! This is our second one we have ever done, and we aren't professionals by any means, but we have learned a lot through this process and our RV came out looking great! Watch this video on Youtube: <a href=""></a> Follow us on Social! <a href=""></a>/ <a href=""></a> Music Credit: Music by Liles Music - Shopping with Bae - <a href=""></a> Music by Emi Choi - Man Go - <a href=""></a> Music by Hive Riot - Wonderwild - <a href=""></a> Music by Gil Wanders - By The River - <a href=""></a>

James Blunt Biography; Net Worth, Age, Songs And Military

James blunt is an English musician, singer, songwriter and record producer who formerly served in the British army during the 1999 Kosovo War. James Blunt was born on 22 February 1974 at Tidworth, Hampshire, England in the United Kingdom. James Blunt was educated in Elstree School in Woolhampton and Harrow...
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Vanderbilt Hustler

Indie music’s great, but what is it?

I love indie music. But there’s no one way to define it. Is my indie the same as your indie? What about him over there; what does his indie sound like? Clearly, indie music has a standardization problem. So I took to the Vanderbilt community to find out what indie really means to us.
Stamford Advocate

Music Industry Moves: Live Nation Ups Jenifer Smith to Head of Urban Tour Marketing

According to the announcement, she will be “developing and building out the urban tour marketing team as one of the fastest growing and most popular sectors in the industry.”. More from Variety. In Response to Firestorm, CBS' 'The Activist' Will Be Retooled From Competitive Series Into a Documentary Special (EXCLUSIVE)

Sixth Annual Kids Music Day is Friday, Oct. 1

Keep Music Alive, a national music education advocacy organization, today announced that Bassist, Author and five=time Grammy Winner Victor Wooten will serve as the Official Spokesperson for the 6th Annual Kids Music Day. Victor was named Bass Player of the Year three times by Bass Player Magazine, while Rolling Stone included him in their Top 10 Bassists of All Time List. Victor is a champion for Music Education, having founded Victor Wooten’s Center for Music & Nature, a music education camp where he and other top musicians lead a variety of classes featuring all instruments each summer. Victor’s latest book, “The Spirit of Music: The Lesson Continuesis,” is an inspiring parable of music’s importance and the many threats it faces in today’s world.
Music Week

Polydor's Tom March revealed as BRITS 2022 showrunner

Polydor co-president Tom March will take the helm as showrunner of next year’s BRITs. The BRIT Awards 2022 with Mastercard has confirmed the date of next year’s awards show as Tuesday, February 8. It returns to the O2 Arena and will again be broadcast exclusively on ITV. The BRITs has...
Music Week

Meet the 2021 Music Week Women In Music Roll Of Honour in association with TikTok

Music Week is proud to reveal this year’s Roll Of Honour, in association with TikTok, for our Women In Music Awards 2021. There are 14 names on this year’s list, drawn from all sectors of the music industry and all with tremendous achievements to celebrate. They join the pantheon of previous honorees, including some of the biggest names in the business, from Emma Banks and Sarah Stennett to Kanya King, Rebecca Allen and Stacey Tang, that have been selected since the awards began in 2014.

Indie pop star Connie Constance: ‘People play with your career as if it’s not your entire life’

The pandemic temporarily spelled game over for emerging pop stars: who could compete for headlines and livestreams with the likes of Dua Lipa? For Connie Constance, it stalled a career she had only just jump-started. A few months earlier, the Watford-born songwriter broke ties with AMF, then an imprint of Virgin EMI, the major label that released her 2019 debut album, English Rose, when she felt sidelined. She spent the last of her money on a trip to Los Angeles, writing songs, networking and restoring her musical confidence. Back home, her manager secured a distribution deal that would allow her to start her own label. She was raring to go. “Then Covid came in and I was like: ‘No!’” she hoots, thrusting her hand towards her webcam. “What? How is this happening!”


Marie-Anne Robert will head up Sony Music Entertainment France as Managing Director, overseeing all operations, signings and acquisitions. She will also work on accelerating the French company’s digital transformation and develop new artist opportunities with Sony sister entities. Robert will report to Daniel Lieberberg, SME President of Continental Europe and Africa, who is currently overseeing operations in the country until Robert takes up the role on 10/4. Robert and Lieberberg are seen above with Sony Music Group global boss Rob Stringer, who joined them for a nourishing meal of escargots paired with an insouciant little pinot blanc.
Santa Barbara Independent

The Indy, Ep. 24: Burrito Week & The Ojai Music Festival

The Indy is the Santa Barbara Independent’s podcast, hosted by Molly McAnany. On this week’s episode, we discuss Burrito Week — hosted by the Indy from September 23 to 29, featuring 17 $7 burritos for seven days from 16 different restaurants around town! We also unpack the recent 2021 Ojai Music Festival, which celebrated young classic and contemporary musicians — with special commentary from one of next year’s artistic directors, baroque flautist Emi Ferguson of the American Modern Opera Company, or AMOC.

Young Composers at the Ojai Festival

John Adams writes about his release from the shackles binding him as a Northeastern composer in the US. Coming to California as a young man, he was at last able to write the music he heard, whatever shape it took. He was free to be an individual. Each of the...

4 Amazing Rock Concerts in Los Angeles this weekend

Experience the absolute best Rock concerts in Los Angeles this weekend with this epic guide. If you're looking for fantastic Rock concerts to attend this weekend, look no further than our Los Angeles concert calendar and guide. From I Love The 00s with TRL with Vanilla Ice and Coolio and Kid N Play and Rob Base and Armor For Sleep, to Blood, Sweat And Tears and Soulfly with Toxic Holocaust, find all the best concerts in Los Angeles with our guides. Our Los Angeles concert calendars are your first stop for news on shows coming up. Check our top picks for the Rock concerts for this weekend. All you need to do is buy the tickets!

Hispanic Heritage Month: Selena’s “Ven Conmigo”

As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, author Joe Nick Patoski, who has been writing about Texas music and musicians for five decades, examines Selena’s 1990 album, “Ven Conmigo.” It was added to the Library’s National Recording Registry in 2019. To fully appreciate Selena, the superstar Tejano singer, start with “Ven...