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A Brief History of Gongs


The gong is one of the oldest musical instruments in the world. Archaeologists have unearthed gongs built almost four thousand years ago.

Micheal Jackson


I bet your wondering all about the Micheal Jackson Trail. Do you think he's guilty.

Liberate your iPod


When Akio Morita came up with the idea of the Sony Walkman all of his colleagues at the thought he was completely insane. The general consensus was that people wouldn't want to walk around the streets wearing headphones.

Thomas Jefferson and the Chinese Gong


While Richard Nixon's diplomatic visit to China may have created a minor thaw in Sino-US relations, he was not the first President to try to get in sync with the Chinese. Thomas Jefferson preceded him by close to two centuries.

Guitarists...Are You A Victim and A Loser?


I was thinking today about THE most dangerous enemy of musical progress?the victim mentality. What do I mean by this?Often we can let our personal circumstances dictate our progress.

Guitar Players...Learn About The Point Of Discipline


Have you ever started learning a lick or exercise and stopped practicing it before you had mastered it? Now I don't know you, but my guess the answer to the question is yes! Why is that? Why did you stop, when it was something that you REALLY wanted to learn?There are quite a few reasons for it, but the one I would like to mention now is what I call the "point of discipline". This is the point when the initial enthusiasm of learning that new lick/exercise wears off.

Reaching For The Soul Zone


Every searching artist wants to get there. It's that magical place where something takes over, you know, when something bigger than you whispers in your ear and says "Relax - I'll take it from here!"I like to call it the 'soul zone', others simply call it the 'zone', I'm sure there are many other names for it.

Adults Can Learn to Play the Piano Too


Are you well past puberty and have always had a hankering for tickling the ivories? Maybe you didn't have the money as a child. Or your family was always moving.

Learning To Play The Piano With Chords


Learning piano chords can help you in all your piano playing. For me chords are the easiest way to play and the simplest way to embellish my playing.

Do You Know What a Didgeridoo Is?


Do you know what a didgeridoo is? There are so many things in this life that are unknown to us. I bet you could find out about something outside your normal sphere of vision and experience everyday for the rest of your life and still not get close to knowing about everything out there.

Surf Waves With Jack Johnson


Lately I've been listening to some pretty cool music by some beach bum named Jack Johnson. The tunes he plays really touch a chord within me.

12 Reasons You Should Learn to Play the Piano


All right, folks, here you go: My 12 reasons why you should start learning how to play the piano. Immediately.

Acoustic Or Electronic Drums - What Is Your Choice?


A debate rages on in the drumming world! You might think that the debate centers on brands of drums, or different styles of drums. However, you would be wrong.

The History Of Drums - A Journey Of Sound


Music and musical instruments are an extremely important part of human history. The use of rhythm and song has long been used to express meaning, and feeling and accompany rituals.

CD Clubs: How to Get the Best Deals Online


(1) The BMG Music Service offers the best deal you'll find -- 11 CDs for the price of shipping ($2.79 each) when you buy one CD at full club price, which is typically about $15 plus shipping.

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Emotions run high as McNally Smith College of Music graduates final class
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Graduations always hold the promise of new beginnings, but this time, it also meant the end. Thirty-three graduates of McNally Smith College of Music gathered Saturday at the History Theatre for the downtown St. Paul school's final commencement, just ...
McNally Smith College of Music closing due to lack of fundsKMSP-TV
McNally Smith president says financing failure forced music school's closureMinnesota Public Radio News
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KHOU

Despite storms, 20k music fans enjoy 'Day for Night' festival
KHOU
HOUSTON - The Day For Night music festival ended outdoor performances early because of severe weather that moved into the Houston area Saturday evening. "It's December in Houston,” said one festival attendee. “You never know what the weather's going to ...
Dreary weather leads to end of outdoor music at Day for NightKTRK-TV

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

Net neutrality's end may have negative impact for music fans and musicians
The San Diego Union-Tribune
About 60 demonstrators gathered earlier this month in Washington, D.C., to protest FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's plans to scrap Obama-era net neutrality protections. On Thursday, the FCC voted, 5-3, to end net neutrality. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty ...

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CBS Philly

Does Christmas Music Turn You Into The Grinch? « CBS Philly
CBS Philly
PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — Does Christmas music put you in the spirit of giving or turn your heart two sizes too small? If you find yourself relating to a hairy, green, holiday-hating beast known as the Grinch when your ears are filled with the sounds of ...
Does Christmas music turn you into the Grinch?CNN

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KTRK-TV

Aging rockers reign atop the first In Bloom Music Festival
KTRK-TV
Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Incubus, Explosions in the Sky, and Broken Social Scene. All due to play along a bayou without threat of a rainstorm. Hopefully. In an attempt to exorcise the stigma and the misfortune of having a rained out event in ...



Variety

10 Best Uses of Music in Movies in 2017
Variety
Music and film formed a potent partnership over the past 12 months, whether it was Hans Zimmer's jarring score for Christopher Nolan's “Dunkirk,” which served as another character in providing the on-screen tension, or the choreographed mayhem of Edgar ...

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CBS News

Inside The Anthem, and the unlikely story of how it came to be
CBS News
The Anthem, a new music venue in Washington, D.C., just opened in the city's revitalized Wharf district. It's an unlikely independent success story in an industry filled with global entertainment companies. CBS News' Alex Wagner took a tour of the new ...



Topeka Capital Journal

Topeka Ramada to offer variety of music for annual New Year's celebration
Topeka Capital Journal
“Then we have in the grand (ballroom) Ghost Town Blues, and there's really an undercurrent in this year's talent that is really the bayou.” Accompanying some of the acts, Kramer said there's a drum line and a horn line — they're pulling out all the ...



The Gander Beacon

Hayley Taylor's musical family sparked early interest in music
The Gander Beacon
GAMBO, NL – For the Taylors of Gambo, music is a family affair. Mike Taylor plays bass and guitar, as does his father, who also plays mandolin and is now learning to play the accordion. “It's just right through the family,” said Mike. “It's something ...

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New York Times

Humble Cinderella: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments of the Week on YouTube
New York Times
Julian Wachner's annual presentation of Handel's “Messiah” at Trinity Wall Street, always eagerly awaited by early-music fans in New York, brings added curiosity this weekend: Advance publicity reports that “parts typically sung by female voices will ...


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