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The Blind Boys Of Alabama To Headline Gospel Caravan At NYC's City Center Jan 25 As They Launch Extensive U.S. Tour

Published January 2, 2008
Struggling with diabetes, original member Clarence Fountain will perform only when he is physically able to meet the demands of the band's high-energy shows.

Metheny Music Foundation To Kick Off Fundraising With Concert

Published January 2, 2008
To be held March 8th in Unity Village, Missouri, the night will feature a performance by Pat Metheny Trio and several guests.

Founding Member Of Los Fabulosos Cadillacs To Release New Album On March 4

Published December 31, 2007
New Senor Flavio album to showcase garage rock, psychobilly and punk as well as the reggae and ska that made Senor Flavio and Los Fabulosos Cadillacs superstars in both their Argentine homeland and abroad.

7th Annual Ponderosa Stomp Confirmed For April 29 And 30 At House Of Blues In New Orleans

Published December 21, 2007
The 2008 Panderosa Stomp is set to be the biggest and best to date, promising an expertly curated line-up of performers, daytime panel discussions (a Stomp first), and surprises galore.

Smithsonian Folkways To Release Tribute To Gonzalo Asencio February 2008

Published December 21, 2007
On February 12, 2008, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings will be releasing A Tribute to Gonzalo Asencio, "Tío Tom," the first ever album to honor legendary Cuban rumba composer Gonzalo Asencio.

Joel Dorn 1942-2007

Published December 18, 2007
Grammy-winning jazz producer and Atlantic Records legend Joel Dorn succumbed to a heart attack on Monday in New York City.

Fifth Annual Queen Mary Brazilian Carnaval Set To Get Party Rolling In L.A.

Published December 14, 2007
The Fifth Annual Queen Mary Brazilian Carnaval, a celebration and authentic demonstration of Brazilian Carnaval dance, parading and music, returns to spice up Los Angeles February 2, 2008 at the Queen Mary in Long Beach.

Legendary Argentine Rockers Todos Tus Muertos To Release Greatest Hits On Nacional Records

Published December 14, 2007
Music from the highly-influential punk/reggae rock group has been out of print in the United States for almost 10 Years, but now Todos Tus Muertos is back with a Greatist Hits release on Nacional Records February 19.

NY Flamenco Festival 2008 To Kick Off in February

Published December 14, 2007
The World Music Institute (WMI) and Flamenco Festival Inc. present New York's eighth annual celebration of flamenco starting February 8.

Norteno music legends Conjunto Primavera kicks off 2008 by celebrating their 30th anniversary

Published December 12, 2007
Conjunto Primavera will celebrate with a magnificent concert at the NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE in the heart of downtown Los Angeles on Friday, February 22, 2008.

Bloodshot Records Signs Firewater

Published December 12, 2007
A three year journey overseas finds bandleader Tod A collaborating with musicians from India, Pakistan, Turkey and Israel for upcoming album after working with members of such bands as Gogol Bordello and Balkan Beat Box in the past.

50th Annual GRAMMY Award Nominees Announced

Published December 7, 2007
Check out the nominees for Latin, Blues, Reggae and more for the 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

Best Albums Of 2007

Published December 7, 2007
Global Rhythm has polled its writers and come up with a year-end Top 10 to be published in our Jan/Feb double issue. Here are the final results, along with all the individual lists filed by our contributors.

Carlos "Patato" Valdés 1926-2007

Published December 7, 2007
Pioneering Cuban conguero Carlos “Patato” Valdés, a Latin jazz giant known for his melodic approach to the instrument and dynamic presence, died on Tuesday of lung failure. He was 81.
By Lissette Corsa

Michael Brook & Djivan Gasparyan Concert At UCLA To Be Rescheduled

Published December 7, 2007
Due to a leg injury suffered by Armenian musician and composer Djivan Gasparyan (pictured), the concert has been pushed back to a date to be announced in January.

5th Annual Haitian Independence Festival To Jump Off New Year In Miami

Published December 7, 2007
On Saturday, January 19, 2008, Kaliko Productions will once again unveil the crème of the crop in the Haitian Music Industry all on one stage in Downtown Miami's Bayfront Park .

Juanes Partners With Columbia University's Center For International Conflict Resolution

Published December 7, 2007
Latin Grammy winner and heralded social activist Juanes and the Mi Sangre Foundation will team up with the CICR at Columbia University to organize conflict resolution workshops, semiars, and campaigns promoting peace and ending violence in Colombia.

Savannah Music Festival Announces 2008 Line-up

Published December 5, 2007
Festival to feature performances by international artists, including Angelique Kidjo and Debashish Bhattacharya, as well as an eclectic assembly of artists from a wide variety of genres.

New Album Of African Artists Celebrates U2

Published December 6, 2007
In The Name Of Love features original interpretations of classic U2 songs by Angelique Kidjo, Les Nubians, Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, Vusi Mahlasela, Soweto Gospel Choir, Tony Allen (pictured), Waldemar Bastos and others.

Global Cuba Festival To Kick Off January 13

Published November 30, 2007
The traveling Spiegel Tent will house Global Cuba Fest, a concert series known for showcasing young Cuban musicians who fuse the sounds of their roots with other world influences, on the shores of Miami Beach, every Sunday at sunset.

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