The Center for Traditional Music and Dance (CTMD) celebrates forty years of creative collaboration with New York’s immigrant communities by honoring long-time CTMD board members as well as with several live performances.
The Quebec City Summer Festival is bringing together artists from all popular music horizons for their “Grands Événements Desjardins 2008” (2008 Desjardins Major Events).
Upon receiving worldwide praise, Los Angeles-based band Dengue Fever has announced their extensive tour in Europe and U.S.. They will appear in some of the biggest festivals on the planet beginning in May and running through August.
On April 15th the album will be available exclusively through iTunes. The track-listing features 15 songs for only $3.99 and includes such artists as Don Omar and Aterciopelados.
On April 5th the band released a statement declaring they are working on a new album, set to be released in October, and will follow it with a world tour.
In U.S.-Japan Innovators Network Community Dialogue: Innovation & the Art of Future Building, the Japan Society plans on exploring ways to establish a better future for devastated communities in need of rebuilding.