Saturday, September 18, 2021

Music Row to ‘Technology Row:’ How Nashville is becoming a technology hub – The...

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Vanderbilt’s Department of Computer Science will relocate to the former Sony Music Entertainment building on Music Row by the Spring 2022 semester.Bailey McCallisterSony Music Entertainment building, which will...

Olympic Gold Medalist Usain Bolt Is Going For Gold In The Music Industry –...

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Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt has released his first album: Country Yutes. It is a mixture of reggae, afrobeats and dancehall music. Source link

For better or worse, TikTok is driving the music industry

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Peter McPoland began 2020 as a virtually unknown singer-songwriter, only holding a small catalog and modest following to his name. The little recognition he did receive came from...

Aria awards go gender neutral: ‘The music industry is demanding a more equal space’...

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The Aria awards – Australia’s most high profile music ceremony – will go gender neutral in November, discarding the industry’s best male and best female awards.Instead an award...

Week 1 Rewind: Pitch Perfect In The Music City – Arizona Cardinals

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Week 1 Rewind: Pitch Perfect In The Music City. A look back at impressive road victory over Titans to open 2021 regular season. Source link

New School Brings Music to Greenpoint Youth

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In the midst of the pandemic, a new local music school has been helping children make connections through music.  Bungalow Music School was founded in October 2020 by Caroline...

Sarasota Orchestra may announce new music center site by spring

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Despite calls by city officials to renew talks with the Sarasota Orchestra to build a proposed music center at Payne Park, leaders of the symphony say they are looking...

Live music, painting classes and new museum exhibits in Baton Rouge this week

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<!-- Live music, painting classes and new museum exhibits in Baton Rouge this week Stock image By Olivia DeffesSeptember 13, 2021 Listen to Son Little at Mid City Ballroom...

“More Music Less Violence” | NEWS10 ABC

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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Some local artists are using the power of music to address the rise in crime in the Capital Region this year. Mario Johnson, also...
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