Thursday Mar 6
The Las Vegas Sun
Clint Holmes meets the challenge of Ray Charles; a Ruvo birthday party revives the Venetian
Clint Holmes with Kirk Whalum on sax at the Georgia On My Mind tribute to Ray Charles last Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 at Reynolds Hall at Smith Center.
The Las Vegas Sun
Photo: Blues singer Ray Charles sings "Oh What a Beautifu
Blues singer Ray Charles sings "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" in this March 3, 1996, file photo in Pasadena, Calif.
Prince Albert Daily Herald
Singer joins jazz duo for musical evening
Pianist Joe Sealy performs. The Joe Sealy/Paul Novotny Duo will be performing with singer Jackie Richardson at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Singer Jackie Richardson -- a powerhouse vocalist who has performed on stage and screen and recorded with artists including Celine Dion and Ray Charles -- will join the Juno-nominated Joe ... (more)
Debbie Croft: Jazz greats to appear at Columbia College
The 35th annual Vocal Jazz Festival will bring hundreds of high school and college students from Northern California to Columbia College.
This Day in History-Black History Month Edition: February 18th
On Sunday, February 16th, Tuscaloosa Police Officers arrested Demetrius Damar "Dee" Hart, former running back for the Alabama Crimson Tide, for Giving a False Name and Possession of Marijuana.
Osagie K. Obasogie speaks with Skip Gates about colorblindness and race
Osagie K. Obasogie, J.D., Ph.D., is Professor of Law at the University of California, Hastings with a joint appointment at the University of California, San Francisco Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Get your dance on: Denson plays Ray Charles
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe will perform music by Ray Charles at Boulder Theater on Feb. 22. Denson had wanted to perform a set of Ray Charles music, but he hadn't found the right voice for the project.
Charleston City Paper
Wanted: New Investor for AC/DC Movie. Only Serious Applicants Need Apply
Something feels full circle about seeing your favorite music legend portrayed on the silver screen-Joaquin Phoenix killed it as Johnny Cash in Walk The Line, the Ray Charles' biopic, aptly called Ray , took Oscar gold, and now the guttural rock and roll voice of AC/DC's Bon Scott has the chance to be heard through movie theater speakers.