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While the stage is peopled by futuristic mannequins and a spaceship hangs from the ceiling, Dammers is less interested in and arranged by Dammers, Ra's I'll Wait for You is reborn tonight as a haunting interstellar lament, while the big band revel in the drama of a bristling Soul Vibrations of Man.
From Cleanup Jamaica Queens : Here is a somewhat bright spot in Jamaica. The apartment building at 88-23 170th which for years was using the sidewalk and side of the building for illegal parking spaces while no one did anything about it has made a complete turnaround.
Jazz Jamaica All Stars and Urban Soul Orchestra return to the Royal Festival Hall tonight, 19 July at 7.30pm to celebrate a sensational musical extravaganza - Love Motown! Joined by Southbank Centre 's 200-voice Voicelab choir and featuring the soulful vocals of Noel McKoy and Beverley Skeete, this musical masterpiece is a celebration of the great ... (more)
There are many definitions of fanaticism. Voltaire asked this telling question: "How can you answer a man who tells you that he would rather obey God than men, and who is therefore sure to deserve heaven in cutting your throat?" The classic story of zealotry in the Torah is that of Pinhas, grandson of Aaron the High Priest.
They say that family is the strongest bond and, when it comes to 25-year-old ska-punk veterans Voodoo Glow Skulls, a band which contains three brothers, the proof is in the pudding.
The English Beat to play Point Pleasant Ska revivalists also hitting Englewood Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/1mmylRD When the ska revivalists formed in 1978, the group came up with an identifiable sound, while led by vocalist-guitarist Dave Wakeling.
Already a few years older than the age of its average attendee, the Warped Tour marks its 20th anniversary with an all-day lineup that very much emphasizes it's for the kids.
For those looking for more live tunes after the The Holdup, Finish Ticket and The English Beat wrap their sets at St. James Park at this evening's Music in the Park , there's just really one question: Do you feel like indie? Well, do you? What about punk? Either way, you won't have to go that far.
There is no break in thought from chapter 3 and chapter 4. The thought in chapter 3 was the Israelites not entering rest in Canaan land because of their rebellion.
Amid the music-related items in CL's annual Holiday Auction to benefit The Children's Home, 'Interview Your Favorite Band' has been a much-bid-upon contender.
David Watson, brother of the late Doc Watson, is a regular fixture at the Doc & Rosa Lee Watson MusicFest 'n Sugar Grove.
As well as a mix of great local bands offering tunes from r'n'b to indie, reggae legends UB40 will close the weekend on Sunday with a set spanning their career including Red, Red Wine and Kingston Town.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:04 am
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