Appleton’s Mile of Music featured in Rolling Stone’s September subject

APPLETON – Rolling Stone, the month-to-month music and popular culture journal learn by hundreds of thousands of individuals throughout the nation, featured a narrative on this month’s subject about Appleton’s personal Mile of Music.

The article revealed on-line Wednesday. It describes Appleton’s annual competition as “the blueprint for methods to foster rising expertise,” and highlights the competition’s star therapy of up-and-coming musicians, its give attention to totally unique music and its free admission.

Mile of Music co-founder and government producer Dave Willems stated Rolling Stone has been contacted lately by “various artists down within the Nashville space” who

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Nyege Nyege competition: Uganda dance music competition cleared to go forward

The Nyege Nyege competition will now happen subsequent week however beneath “strict tips,” based on Ugandan Prime Minister Robina Nabbanja, quoted in native media experiences.
“The occasion (Nyege Nyege) will go on however beneath strict tips. It attracts 1000’s of international vacationers; we won’t miss out on this chance at a time when the nation is recovering from the results of Covid-19,” Nabbanja mentioned at a gathering of stakeholders, together with the organizers.

The four-day competition would be the first after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Although ‘nyege nyege’ will be loosely translated to induce in Luganda,

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20 years on, Music is Artwork Competition nonetheless amplifying a vibrant Buffalo arts scene | Music

The inaugural Music is Artwork Competition, held on the nook of Franklin and Allen streets in 2002, had two levels and some dozen bands and artists.

When Music is Artwork celebrates its twentieth anniversary on Sept. 10, greater than 200 bands and dwell mural artists will carry out on 21 levels inside and throughout the grounds of Buffalo RiverWorks, which has been house to the competition since 2017.

What an extended, unusual journey it’s been.

“There was one thing actually cool about these early festivals, once we had been taking place in tandem with the Allentown Artwork Competition,” Goo

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WVU music prof lastly stops educating — at age 100

Sep. 3—Ruffy’s a Duke Ellington fan.

The rambunctious pup — a poodle, with out the flowery haircut — stopped what he was doing the opposite day and sidled over to his grasp, Leo Horacek, because the 103-year-old professor emeritus of music made his technique to the piano in his lounge.

When the professor started enjoying, Ruffy—himself about 9—perked up, then settled in for a pay attention.

“Caravan, ” was the tune: the Latin-tinged, huge band, toe-tapper made well-known by Ellington in 1936, when Horacek was a younger man again residence in Kansas earlier than the beginning of World Battle II.

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This is the Arts, Beats & Eats music schedule as fest will get underway in Royal Oak

Nick Hexum of the band 311 performs on the Ryman Auditorium on March 28, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn.

In 1998, the Arts, Beats & Eats pageant got here to life with three music phases, free admission and $375,000 in sponsorship assist.

This weekend, the Oakland County fixture will notch its 25th version, bringing greater than 200 performers, 150 artists and 50 meals distributors to downtown Royal Oak, with a four-day climate outlook that — in the intervening time — is mercifully freed from rain.

What started as a casual thought from late Oakland County Govt L. Brooks Patterson has

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Nashville’s glory days are proper right here, proper now: 10 wonderful info concerning the Music Metropolis

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Nashville artists have formed world tradition — and its cherished icons have a good time the Music Metropolis with their lyrics and tunes.

“The streets are paved with vacationers and the report firms flourish/Lord is aware of each singer desires to be the king,” Hank Williams Jr. sang in “The Nashville Scene,” a monitor from his 1985 no. 1 album “5-O.”

JOHNNY CASH IS KING IN NASHVILLE: HIS TUNES, LEGACY AND LEGEND RULE THE MUSIC CITY

However Nashville does not reside up to now. Its glory days are

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