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Folk Music Legend Pete Seeger To Receive First Phoebe Jacobs Award Of Distinction At The Louis Armstrong Center's What A Wonderful World Event On September 23 Published: 2013-08-12 Pete Seeger, a master of vocals, banjo, and guitar and well known for
The two bandsKindred Queer and Hamilton, N.Y.-based Rabbit in the Ryeappeared on the stage of Lyric Hall Friday night, a first step toward the next stages of their own development as well as a precursor to New Haven's upcoming annual folk festival.
There may be very few people who do not react to it in one way or another. Covering the whole gamut of emotions, music can make us happy or sad; it can make us cry and it can make us laugh; it can make us nostalgic and it can make us apprehensive.
Blackmore's Night Dancer And The Moon Frontiers Ritchie Blackmore was one of the founding members of Deep Purple before forming Rainbow with Ronnie James Dio...Blackmore and his wife Candice Night wrote and composed 11 of the 13 tracks on Dancer And
Andrew Bird on What It's Like to See Teenage Girls Swooning to John Prine's Music Courtesy of Cameron Wittig. Andrew Bird Prepping for his solo tour this fall, Suzuki violinist and famed folk singer Andrew Bird stopped by the Newport Folk Festival to
The Boston Globe, and Citizens Bank are bringing Summer Arts Weekend back to Boston...This free weekend event will again feature a dynamic variety of musical artists from across the classical, jazz, blues, folk, and Americana worlds as well as a
Hot on the heels of their new album, Destruction in Yr Soul, Kansas-bred indie band Hospital Ships will be playing Boston this Friday at O'Briens in Allston. Essentially started as a recording project by Jordan Geiger, the group has blossomed into a
Joan Baez's serene presence has been casting a spell on people since she first started appearing in the coffee houses of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 55 years ago...In the documentary about her, How Sweet the Sound , there is footage of an enthralled
College jazz musicians at the University of Rhode Island are practicing for the biggest gig of their young lives: a set at next month's Newport Jazz Festival. The students are scheduled to perform a 45-minute set at the festival on Aug. 4. Jared Sims,
Video These people are celebrating the fact that they have tickets to Galstonbury, the world's largest music festival that is known, apparently, for megaperformances and mud. Video It was pretty eye-opening seeing how much Mother Nature can devastate