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Lee "Scratch" Perry Tours East Coast June 2007

Published April 24, 2007
The 70 year-old reggae and dub legend, who recently released Panic in Babylon, will be touring the East Coast in June.

Live Concert Review: Richie Spice At S.O.B.'s

Published April 20, 2007
The Reggae hitmaker, backed the New Kingston Band, brought his unique energy to S.O.B.'s for a short set on April 17, 2007.
By Matt Scheiner

Don Ho, 1930-2007

Published April 20, 2007
The Hawaiian musical legend, best known for the song his 1966 hit “Tiny Bubbles,” died April 14 of heart failure.

Haiti To Host Its First International Music Festival

Published April 20, 2007
Reggae stars Stephen and Damian Marley are set to headline the 3-day Mizik Jakmel Festival, the first in the Caribbean nation’s history.

Link TV Premieres BBC Investigative Report

Published April 18, 2007
The Russian Godfathers examines the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union in which the state-owned assets and resources of a world superpower were seized by a tiny group of smart, ruthless, and well-connected businessmen.

The 5th London African Music Festival

Published April 18, 2007
To be held May 18th-30th, The London African Music Festival (LAMF) goes from strength to strength. Due to its popularity, three new venues have been added. Highlights include Lionel Loueke (pictured).

The London Latin Music Festival (April 13 - 30 April 2007)

Published April 18, 2007
Annually, since 2001, La Linea been defining and re-defining contemporary Latin music. In previous years the festival has brought the likes of Gotan Project, Seu Jorge, Pink Martini and Spanish Harlem Orchestra to the UK for the first time.

New Films From Africa: A Little Something For Everyone

Published April 13, 2007
The New African Films Festival, screened over five days, demonstrated the diversity of films coming from the continent, from Sissako’s Bamako to Tunde Kelani Abeni.
By Eve M. Ferguson

USA Live Earth Lineup Revealed

Published April 13, 2007
Tickets for the 7/7/07 concert to combat global warming go on sale 4/16.

Soundtrack To MUN2 Reality Show "The Chica Project" Set For Release May 8th

Published April 13, 2007
Featuring some of the best new latin music, the "Chicas Project" soundtrack features the theme song “Karma Hunters” from Barcelona’s the Pinker Tones and tracks from Aterciopelados, Nortec Collective, and more.

The Search Is On To Find The New Menudo

Published April 13, 2007
The national casting call for the new Menudo comes to New York City on April 28th.

Andy Palacio To Appear On NPR's All Things Considered

Published April 11, 2007
Palacio will be featured in a piece that will run at 4:50 EST, April 11. Check local listings for a station near you or visit NPR's web site at

Pandit Shivkumar Sharma & Zakir Hussain To Play At Town Hall

Published April 10, 2007
The World Music Institute’s Festival of India continues with two legends of Indian classical music on Saturday, May 5 at Town Hall.

14th World Rhythm Festival to be Held April 13 - 15, 2007

Published April 10, 2007
Thousands are expected to participate in the drumming festival at the Seattle Center.

Fatboy Slim collaborates with Andy Palacio & Garifuna Collective In Belize

Published April 10, 2007
Electronic beats combine with Afro-Caribbean soul as the British dance music star visits Belize to record with local Garifuna musicians.

Pasadena Arts Council Announces Art & Ideas 2007 Festival Theme: Skin

Published April 10, 2007
From October 10-31, twenty-three (23) of Pasadena’s arts, science cultural and community organizations will present programs exploring the central theme.

Miracle In Rwanda Set For 16 Performances At The Ohio Theatre

Published April 10, 2007
With an uplifting message of forgiveness and compassion, in Miracle In Rwanda Leslie Lewis Sword chronicles the dramatic story of a Rwandan genocide survivor.

Los Tigres Announce Extensive U.S. Concert Dates

Published April 10, 2007
Los Tigres del Norte are also announcing the next leg of their U.S. tour dates, set for May and June.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation Announces Music Scholarship Program

Published April 6, 2007
Students in Cleveland and New York to receive money and internship opportunities towards study of music and music business.

Motown Remixed Volume 2 Reinvents Classic Motown Tracks With Contemporary Latin Styles

Published April 6, 2007
The classic Motown Sound and modern Latin grooves come together with Motown Remixed Volume 2 (Motown/UMe).

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