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Harlem Speaks Welcomes Basie Big Band Leader Bill Hughes Feb. 22nd 6:30PM-8:3...
Trombonist Bill Hughes, or ?Mr. B? as he's affectionately called by the younger members, joined the Count Basie Orchestra in September, 1953 on a recommendation by the legendary saxophonist/flautist Frank Wess. Hughes will be the guest of Harlem Speaks on February 22, 2007.
Pacha Massive's Latin fusion driven by global mentality (Tucson Citizen)
Nacional Records this week released Pacha Massive's debut CD, "All Good Things." Dominican Republic-born Nova (keyboards, guitar, songwriter, producer) and Colombia native Maya (writer, bass) make up this Bronx-based duo. Their music is a fusion of traditional Latin rhythms (Colombian cumbia, Dominican palo), reggae, dancehall, dub and electronica. The band discusses its music with Calendar Plus ...
Deming High class of '77 planning 30th reunion (The Deming Headlight)
Hello 1977 Deming High School graduates! Hard to believe (and accept) that it is 2007 now and we have been out of high school for 30 big ones. We will celebrate our 30th reunion in Deming this year starting Friday night April 20th at the Rio Mimbres Country Club in Deming.
Van Halen's road plans have taken a rocky turn (Los Angeles Times)
For Van Halen, the stars seemed aligned for a triumphant 2007. Next month, the group will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the plan was to follow that with a summer reunion tour that would feature David Lee Roth back at the mike for the first time since the Reagan years.
Athletes, actors see 'dancing' stars (EARTHtimes.org)
This year's competitors are Laila Ali, undefeated world champion female boxer and youngest daughter of sports icon Muhammad Ali; Billy Ray Cyrus, singer-songwriter-actor and star of Disney Channel's hit series Hannah Montana; Clyde Drexler, a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Dream Team; Joey Fatone, musician-actor-star and a member boy band *NSYNC; and Shandi Finnessey, Miss USA 2004.
New dean of admissions search nearly completed (Brown and White)
The challenge of the new dean of admissions and financial aid will be to take Lehigh to the next level, said Bruce Taggart, chair of the dean of admissions and financial aid search committee, in an interview Friday.
Pink Out planned for SIU women's game (The Southern Illinoisan)
CARBONDALE - Julie Beck put Southern Illinois University's Pink Out promotion in perspective Wednesday afternoon.
Should we still be in Iraq? (Ridgecrest Daily Independent)
With everything that's been going on in our country, should we still be trying to save Iraq or should we be concentrating on saving our selves?
OregonLive.com: Blazers Forum (OregonLive.com)
330774. This forum is funny!! Last week I tried to explain to some that I am not a band wagon fan.
Nightlife Agenda (Washington Post)
Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Wednesday Thursday, February 22 Washington has had good results when the city's notable DJs cross over into different ventures. As is the case with DJ Dredd's Vegetate, it seems to work out best when the proprietor's musical sensibilities are infused in...
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