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29 min ago | Bradenton.com
American Idol contestant and Braden River High School school student Sam Woolf performs from a balcony overlooking Old Main Street during the Bradenton Farmers' Market on Saturday.
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6 hrs ago | WNYC-AM New York
Lionel Loueke was born in Benin, West Africa, in 1973. As a youngster, he sang and played percussion, but didn't really take up the guitar until the age of 17. Loueke was so gifted on the instrument that he was sent to study music at the Ivory Coast's Institute of Art.
10 hrs ago | RollingStone
Most of Jimmy Page 's dreams and fantasies were probably realized sometime around 1977, but here's one that the legendary Led Zeppelin co-founder likely never envisioned coming to pass: On May 10th, the guitarist, producer, and songwriter will receive an honorary doctor of music degree from the prestigious Berklee College of Music .
16 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
There are several good reasons that Annie Clark, who tours and records under the name St. Vincent , has such a distinctive musical style and sound.
Legendary guitarist and Israel 'goodwill ambassador' Steve Vai is making good on a promise to return to Tel Aviv with his full band 'I'm going to come back here again and I'm going to bring my band," said an exuberant Steve Vai at the end of a two-hour-plus guitar master class he gave to a rapt sold-out audience in 2010 at Tel Aviv's Mann ... (more)
Wednesday, March 19 at noon: The Groton Women's club will be sponsoring a St. Patrick's Day luncheon at the Senior Center.
Boston music weekends rock! Our night clubs and music venues are always on over load with crowds that love our Boston musicians and bands.
When the Fretless burst onto the scene in 2012 with its debut album Waterbound, people sat up and took notice.
Boston's Berklee College of Music has presented an honorary doctor of music degree to singer, songwriter and activist Harry Belafonte.
Art rocker St. Vincent and electronic experimentalist Holly Herndon played their new tunes at Boston's House of Blues on Thursday, February 27. Opener Herndon, producer and composer, appeared on stage in a black cloak on a dark stage, but her fiery red hair sparked through the shadows.
Rdio Sessions is a fairly new recording series from Rdio featuring live performances in intimate settings that are then available for streaming.
Jazz vocalist and keyboardist Cheryl Hodge, 58, is one of the guest performers at a "Jazz Ladies" concert presented by Bob Storms at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 8, 2014 at Whatcom Museum's Old City Hall Rotunda Room, 121 Prospect St. Jazz vocalist and keyboardist Cheryl Hodge, 58, was born in California and raised mostly in Oroville.