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New Book Documents Arab Museum

Published November 30, 2007
Written by the Museum’s founding director, Dr. Anan Ameri, The Arab American National Museum (AANM) recounts the five-year odyssey that led to the 2005 opening of the first-ever Arab American museum with the release of Telling Our Story: The Arab American National Museum.

Tom Terrell 1951-2007

Published November 29, 2007
Journalist, photographer, broadcaster and GR contributor Tom Terrell, a force of nature and all-around fountain of knowledge on the music scene, died in Washington, D.C. after a long battle with cancer.
By Tad Hendrickson

Wente Vineyards Teams With Music Industry To Create "Discover The Wine, Discover The Music" Project

Published November 20, 2007
Fifth Generation Winemaker, Karl Wente and Breaking Musical Artists like Thievery Corporation (pictured) Partner to Reach New Audiences.

Line-Up To globalFEST Leaked To Global Rhythm

Published November 20, 2007
With the official announcement slated for the week after Thanksgiving, GR gives you a jump for buying plane tickets with a finalized list (including Toumast, pictured) for the New York City’s globalFEST 2008.

The Living Theatre Gamelan Son of Lion present Free Gamelan In NYC

Published November 20, 2007
Featuring the musical works of Daniel Goode, David Demnitz, Patrick Grant and other Gamelan Son of Lion composers with concerts, workshops and open rehearsals.

Fifth Annual GlobalFEST To Rock Out The New Year

Published November 16, 2007
GlobalFEST, the leading showcasing event in the U.S. for performing artists from a huge range of styles from around the world, will kick off next year in New York, January 13.

Emeline Michel Captures Hearts With Her 9th Release, Reine de Coeur

Published November 16, 2007
Haiti’s singer songwriter Emeline Michel returns with new single “Gade Papi,”  new album Reine de Coeur, and a special performance at New York's SOB's.

Heartbeat Records Launches Heartbeat Reggae Podcast

Published November 16, 2007
Widely respected for its superb collection of quality reggae, Heartbeat Records has launched the Heartbeat Reggae Podcast web site and podcast, which promises to deliver some of the finest Jamaican music ever recorded.

NYC-based Music Curator Bill Bragin Moves From Joe’s Pub To Lincoln Center

Published November 15, 2007
After six years as the booking genius behind one of New York's most consistently edgy music clubs, Bill Bragin moves on to the larger stage of Lincoln Center.

By Tad Hendrickson

Divas Diana Ross, Anita Baker, And Jill Scott To Headline 2008 Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival

Published November 12, 2007
Legendary singer, Diana Ross, eight-time Grammy Award winner Anita Baker, and two-time Grammy winner Jill Scott are set to thrill fans at the 2008 Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

BBC3 Announces Nominees For Seventh Annual World Music Awards

Published November 12, 2007
The winning artists will be announced on April 17, 2008, at a winners ceremony in London to be broadcast on Radio 3 the following evening. The Poll Winners' Concert will be held later in the summer.

Acclaimed Dancers From Le Ballet du Senegal To Teach In Los Angeles Nov 14-16

Published November 12, 2007
Khaley Adouna and Helio PR announce a 2-day dance workshop in Djembe, Kutiro and Sabar styles to be taught by famed choreographers Mariama Basse and Babacar N'Diaye from the globally renowned national dance company Le Ballet du Senegal.

A Unique Collaboration: Huun-Huur Tu & Hazmat Modine

Published November 12, 2007
Huun-Huur Tu, throat singers from Tuva in Central Asia, will perform at Symphony Space with Hazmat Modine, a pan-ethnic roots and blues band from NYC November 24.

Bang! Music Festival In Miami Postponed

Published November 12, 2007
The Bang! Music Festival has been pushed back from its November 10-11 schedule with bigger plans in the works.

Latin Grammy Wrap-Up

Published November 9, 2007
Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra swept the Latin Grammys this year. The show was held in Las Vegas for the first time and matched the city's famed ambiance with glitzy and over-the-top performances.
By Phil Freeman

Heartbeat Records to Release Lee "Scratch" Perry's Chicken Scratch Deluxe Edition on January 29

Published November 2, 2007
Heartbeat Records presents the Chicken Scratch Deluxe Edition with a number of bonus tracks from the earlt to mid 1960s and, for the first time on CD, the original single mixes of 13 of these ska scorchers.

Venezuelan Label Cacao Musica Enters Us Market With Release of CDs By Changuito, "El Negro" & Alfredo Naranjo

Published November 2, 2007
The Venezuela-based jazz, world and Latin music label enters the North American market with the November 27 release of CDs by legendary percussionist Changuito, prolific drummer Horacio “El Negro” Hernández and others.

World Renowned African Children’s Choir Selected For Gap (Red) Print Portrait Campaign

Published November 2, 2007
Starting this month through April of 2008, the world renowned African Children’s Choir will be appearing in various media for the Gap (RED) print portrait campaign to fight AIDS in Africa.

Ravi Shankar: The Concert For World Peace Debuts On DVD

Published November 2, 2007
Ravi Shankar’s legendary 1993 Concert For World Peace, performed at London’s Royal Albert Hall will be available on DVD November 20 through A&E Home Video.

Philip Chevron Takes Medical Leave From The Pogues

Published November 2, 2007
Due to a medical emergency, guitarist Philip Chevron of the Pogues will not be performing with the band during their fall show dates.

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