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Dengue Fever To Play Festival Shows In Russia And Portugal This Summer

Published July 27, 2006
Cambodian pop band, Dengue Fever will be performing at their first International music festivals this summer in Russia and Portugal in just a few weeks.

Robert Johnson's Guitar For Sale

Published July 26, 2006
The Gibson L1 guitar that blues legend Robert Johnson owned and played is for sale. Sold by Moments In Time Manuscripts Inc., the guitar’s asking price is listed at $6 million.

Lincoln Center Announces Over 100 Performances For August

Published July 25, 2006
The 36th annual Lincoln Center out of Doors festival has finalized its gigantic lineup of events and artists, which features over a hundred musical performances over a period spanning nearly a month.

Stars To Hold Cooking Lessons At WOMAD

Published July 25, 2006
The "Taste the World" program at the upcoming WOMAD Singapore festival will put the audience side-by-side with artists in cooking up some tasty dishes from musicians' home countries.

Rhino To Release The Pogues' Remastered Studio Albums

Published July 20, 2006
Rhino Records is set to release remastered and expanded versions of The Pogues' first five studio albums on September 19. Soulful and soused, usually in equal parts, The Pogues' music combined the youthful spirit of punk with anicent Celtic melodies.

Menudo Entertainment Presents 'Mvasion'

Published July 19, 2006
Menudo Entertainment LLC joins forces with Gibson Guitar in partnership for "Mvasion," the international talent search to recreate the all-boy mega singing group. 

Blue Water Music Presents NYC Blues Cruise

Published July 19, 2006
The New York City Blues Cruise, now in its 11th season, brings you the summer's most unique and exciting musical experience.

World Music Institute Releases Fall Schedule

Published July 19, 2004
The World Music Institute announces their schedule for the upcoming fall season with preliminary dates listed from September 2006 to May 2007.

National Geographic Launches Broadband Channel

Published July 19, 2006
National Geographic announces the creation of a music initiative that offers consumers the soundtrack to the world.

Verge Records Wins $50,000 for Groundbreaking Business Plan

Published July 19, 2006
Verge Records wins the Social Entrepreneurship Award at New York University's Stern School of Business 7th Annual Maximum Exposure Business Plan Competition.

Jazz Trumpeter Malachi Thompson Passes Away At 56

Published July 18, 2006
Famed trumpeter Malachi Thompson passed away in his home on the morning of July 16 from a battle with leukemia that had been in remission for close to 20 years.

Juanes To Be Knighted

Published July 17, 2006
France to recognize Colombian rocker Juanes as a Knight of The Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Order of Arts and Letters) in Recognition of his “Significant Contributions To The Arts.” He will receive the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres.

LATV En Concierto Announces Summer Lineup

Published July 13, 2006
LATV En Concierto, a popular bilingual youth network, continues another season to bring viewers performances by Latin and non-Latin artists alike in an intimate setting: en vivo.

World Musicians Face Ongoing Visa Heartache

Published July 14, 2006
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma testifies before Congress seeking the simplification of non-immigration visa policies that weigh heavily against foreign musicians enterting the U.S.

Mickey Hart's Planet Drum Returns

Published July 12, 2006
The Planet Drum 2006 Tour reunites Mickey Hart, Zakir Hussain, Sikiru Adepoju, and Giovanni Hidalgo.

Controversy Marks LIFEbeat's Reggae Gold Fundraiser

Published July 12, 2006
Activists are up in arms over the Raggae Gold concert's lineup which includes two artists known for past anti-gay lyrics.

Walker Art Center Announces 2006-2007 Performing Arts Season

Published July 12, 2006
The Walker Art Center released its 2006–2007 performing arts season schedule today, announcing an ambitious program of performances, world premieres, and commissions by leading figures in the contemporary performing arts.

JDub Launches Fellowship For Emerging Jewish Artists

Published July 10, 2006
JDub is excited to announce the launch of a first-of-its-kind artists development program called Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists. The Six Points Fellowship supports individual artists in the New York are who want to develop new projects with a Jewish focus, theme or element.

LAMC Announces Complete Artist & Panel Schedule

Published July 10, 2006
With a warm welcome from the Big Apple, the biggest event in the world for alternative Latin music will return to New York August 2nd - 5th. The final artist & panel schedule for the LMAC in New York City is now announced. 

Activists Plan Rally For Darfur

Published July 10, 2006
Organizers of April’s Save Darfur rally in Washington are planning another large-scale event to take place on September 17, 2006.

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