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Singer-songwriter, composer, actor and former “American Idol” judge Harry Connick Jr. loves the Christmas season. It’s not all about the fancy gifts, twinkling lights and the holiday rush for the Connick family,
22 hours ago - Orange County Register on MSN.com - Entertainment
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East Cobb parents who want meaningful, fun activities for their children (or themselves) will be delighted that The Music Studio Atlanta (TMSA) has recently opened their beautiful 5000 sq. ft. studio,
6 days ago - Benzinga.com
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High Mountain String Band is a Bellingham-based progressive bluegrass band. The ensemble is celebrating its 10th anniversary Friday, Dec. 2 with a show at Stones Throw Brewing.
1 hour ago - cascadiadaily
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Al now spends most of his time in the recording studio he built in his basement ... Al is motivated by his love of country music and making people smile. "I didn't realize that for years and years and years. And now that makes me feel so good that ...
11 hours ago - FOX 29
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Sun Studio is now a popular tourist destination ... His producer Tony Visconti recalled the impact of making music in the shadow of a soldier’s look-out: “Every afternoon I’d sit down ...
4 days ago - uDiscover
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Kym Vincenti has since signed with a label and released three singles, one of which topped the blues charts on Apple Music.
4 days ago - GoodNewsNetwork - Entertainment
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Does your loved one love music? Here are gifts to tickle their earlobes - from excellent LP players to intriguing autobiographies, sound-systems to guitar amps
35 minutes ago - The Scotsman
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Students from Penny Lazarus Piano Studio performed “Drum Grid” at Bartlet Mall’s Frog Pond on Sunday. Penny Lazarus said the pond, which was formed by a retreating glacier, offered great acoustics due to its bowl shape.
6 days ago - The Daily News of Newburyport
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Music has always been an important part of my life, so it was unfortunate that the pandemic soured the live music scene across the world for a while.
3 days ago - Columbus Telegram
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