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Music and Arts: New Record Label, Built by Artists for Artists to Protect Independent Music, Releases Its First Music Video
Music and Performers NEWS: -- INDIE CHAMELEON, a new innovative record label that puts the artist at the core of everything they do, has released their first fully produced single and music video combination with the song available October 25 and the music video released today.
Music and Arts: Twista, Veronica Vega, DJ G-Love, Crazy Town X with R1ckOne and more to Perform at ‘Soundwaves 360 Music...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Los Angeles is in for a massive infusion of harmonious ripples when "Soundwaves 360 Music Event" rolls on to the boulevard on Thursday, November 14 at the Academy LA. Party goers will be able to surf a kaleidoscope of genres with acts ranging from hip hop to rock. The evening, presented by Brandi Irwin Productions and G-Love Productions, will be flooded with talent.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- After an 18-month self-imposed hiatus, Datsik, a leader in the dubstep world, surfaced with a statement explaining his absence, which he posted on his Facebook page. After extensive touring over the last decade, he sought help for mental health issues that he opted to come to terms with.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Producers Steve Barnett, Gabriel Vasquez, and Alan Powell, and Executive Producer Corby Pons, announce the start of principal photography on the inspiring original musical "A WEEK AWAY" scheduled for nationwide theatrical release in 2020.
Music and Arts: California Villain Announces a New Rocking Single Release ‘A Little After Midnight’ on October 31
Music and Performers NEWS: -- In anticipation of their upcoming 2020 EP release, California Villain announced they will release their first single "A Little After Midnight" on October 31. This is an absolute fun rocking tune, with true California style.
Music and Arts: Cultural Academy for Excellence (CAFE) Announces Upcoming CAFE 2019 Fundraising Gala
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Cultural Academy for Excellence (CAFE) fundraising affair will take place on Saturday, November 9, 2019. The CAFE 2019 Fundraising Gala is a black-tie affair that will feature headliner performances by world-acclaimed artists David Rudder, known as the Calypso King of the World, and Allison Hinds, aka the Queen of Caribbean Soca.
Music and Arts: Former Manager to a Japanese ‘Carnegie Hall’ Singer Has Released a New Piano Album to Inherit an Encouraging...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Today, Mikiko Miyakawa, the New York-based composer/pianist, originally from Japan, announced that her classical piano album "Elegy In Violet" was released Sept. 20 by Centaur Records. Mikiko is a former new wave keyboardist and manager to Eiko Shuri.
Music and Arts: Michael Towner and Iconic Legacy Announces Free Sign-Up for the California Imagine No Hunger License Plate to Celebrate...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- To celebrate Hunger Action Month and the upcoming 79th birthday of John Lennon, Michael Towner of Iconic Legacy has announced that the effort to create the "Imagine No Hunger" special license plate in California is nearing the deadline and in order to insure the requisite 7,500 registrations are submitted to the DMV prior to the January deadline,
Music and Arts: Indie-rock Singer-Songwriter Ryan Chernin, Whose Debut Single Rocketed Up the Hot AC Charts, Releases Edgy New Single, ‘FaceTime’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Indie-rock singer-songwriter Ryan Chernin, whose debut single, "Look Right," rocketed up to 25 on Mediabase's AC Chart, just under Ariana Grande's "breathin," has just released an edgy new single, "FaceTime."
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Prymrr, the 13-year-old rapper and dancer, known internationally for her lead appearance in Sia's "Never Give Up" music video, has just announced her intent to take the stage and debut her newest songs at Alienstock in Rachel, Nevada.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- On October 27, singer-performer Dre Hilton invites oldie music lovers to the 2019 "Hits and Oldies Show." A day of classic music from the 50's and 60's which would feature Motown, gospel and jazz classics.
Music and Arts: DJ Throdown, aka Ross Volpe, Continues Reign as America’s Best DJ, Capturing Second Consecutive DMC US Finals DJ...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Washington, D.C. area's very own and most eccentric turntablist entertainer, DJ Throdown, AKA Ross Volpe, continued his reign as "America's Best DJ" by again winning the prestigious DMC US Finals DJ Battle. DJ Throdown will represent America on September 28 in London at the DMC World DJ Championships, where last year he finished 5th best in the world.
Music and Arts: Asia America Symphony Association (AASA) – Notes Bring Hope Provides Ukuleles and Lessons for Visually Impaired
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Notes Bring Hope, a charitable arm of the Asia America Symphony (AASA), hosted its inaugural event on August 3rd at Torrance Airport - Zamperini Field Meeting Room. Volunteers of Notes Bring Hope shared their love of music with children from Partners for Pediatric Vision.
Music and Arts: Political Satirist, Gallospole, Sizes Up the Weaponization of Chairs with the World Premiere Music Video, TARAC WIPPP
Music and Performers NEWS: -- On September 19th, Gallospole will premiere his long-awaited music video, TARAC WIPPP. An acronym for The American Right for Adequate Chair Width In Public & Private Places, TARAC WIPPP is a political allegory performed by Gallospole and his team of puppetized lobbyists advocating for suitable seating on behalf of Americans with metabolic differences, or clinically known as, obese Americans.
Music and Arts: Asia America Symphony Association Announces Name Change from Asia America Youth Symphony to ‘Pacific Vision Youth Symphony’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Asia America Symphony Association announces a new name for their multi-talented youth orchestra to the Pacific Vision Youth Symphony (PVYS). The name change reflects the organization's grass roots (originally founded as the Japan America Symphony Orchestra) and ever-growing diversity among its members.
Music and Arts: First-ever Southeast Arizona New Vintners Harvest Festival Set for September 21 at Kief Joshua Vineyards
Music and Performers NEWS: -- On September 21, 2019, Kief-Joshua Vineyards will be hosting the First Annual Southeast Arizona New Vintners Wine Growers Harvest Festival at their vineyard in Elgin, Arizona (located at 370 Elgin Road, Elgin, AZ 85611). Eight Arizona-based wineries and vineyards will be in attendance, pouring some of the state's newest wines available, alongside two local bands on stage, gourmet food from local eateries and a variety of retail vendors.
Music and Arts: 16-Year-Old Singer Signs Major Record Deal with FameUS / UniversalCMG World Entertainment 1954
Music and Performers NEWS: -- FameUS, an imprint of UniversalCMG World Entertainment 1954, today announced the signing of Keytona, a 16-year-old singer, songwriter, actress, and model from the South to a recording contract. Keytona has been pursuing her dream to be a national recording artist since she was 8 years old. Now she has the opportunity to live out her dream.
Music and Arts: GALLOSPOLE, a Music Peddler of Conspiracy Theories, Announces the Release of the Political Allegory, TARAC WIPPP
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Gallospole will release the political allegory, TARAC WIPPP, which stands for The American Right for Adequate Chair Width In Public & Private Places, on July 15, 2019. In a series of videos, animations and soundtracks, TARAC WIPPP, a fictitious lobbying organization led by Gallospole, peddles the conspiracy theory that the weaponization of chairs, perpetrated by known and unknown entities, discriminates against obese Americans.
Music and Arts: Joe Iadanza’s third album ‘Common Man’ brings beloved 1970s singer-songwriter aesthetic into the 21st century
Music and Performers NEWS: -- After a 6-year hiatus, Long Island-based singer/songwriter Joe Iadanza announced his return with the release of a 1970's inspired folk-rock love letter titled, "Common Man." Joe Iadanza is hitting the road this summer to support "Common Man," including two full-band album-release shows.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Ask world-renowned choir director Reverend Stefanie Minatee what the core revelation of her New Jersey community choir Jubilation's 20th Anniversary Celebration is, and she will tell you in a single word: GOD. Through the guarantee of life's trials and tribulations, it's nothing but GOD that gets you to the finish line of Jubilation.