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By Tad Hendrickson

Toto Bona Lokua
African


Montreal,
CANADA
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World News 1st Annual Sudanese Music & Dance Festival To Be Held July 21
This summer, an unprecedented gathering of musicians from the East African nation of Sudan will come together in NYC's Central Park on July 21 to try to unify that country.
By Tad Hendrickson

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World Music Features Slavic Soul Party
Here’s a band that likes to see and hear different cultures and musics bump up against each other. Hailing from all over the U.S. as well as Japan, Slavic Soul Party celebrates Balkan music, second line grooves, articulate jazz-informed solos and other bits and pieces.
By Tad Hendrickson

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World Music Legends Ry Cooder
Ry Cooder will forever be remembered for his production and guitar playing on the Buena Vista Social Club album and Ali Farka Touré’s Talking Timbuktu.
By Tad Hendrickson

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World Music Features Les Primitifs Du Futur
They’ve gigged regularly over the years in Paris and beyond, but only now does it seem that Les Primitifs Du Futur is making a name for itself beyond French expatriates and tuned-in comic book obsessives.
By Tad Hendrickson

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

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World News Tom Terrell 1951-2007
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

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Reggae & Caribbean Corey Harris
Zion Crossroads
Telarc

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Asia & Far East Joi
Without Zero
Realworld

By Tad Hendrickson

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World Music Features Federico Aubele
Travel is an ongoing theme for Argentinean songwriter Federico Aubele, whose Panamericana is named after the famed highway that stretches from Alaska to the tip of Argentina. Not only does he let everything he comes across influence his music, but he spins it all into a rich, sexy tapestry that jibes perfectly with the ultra-hip Eighteenth Century Lounge label headed by Thievery Corporation. GR catches up with Aubele to get to the bottom of his travel bug.
By Tad Hendrickson

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World News Andy Palacio Hospitalized After Serious Heart Attack
Latest reports indicate that the Garifuna star's chances for a recovery are remote.
By Tad Hendrickson

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Greater Latin America Sidestepper
The Buena Vibra Sound System
Palm

By Tad Hendrickson

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Top 10 World Music CDs 7. Stephen Marley
Mind Control
Universal

By Tad Hendrickson

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Spotlight Beirut
Beirut is a band from Montreal that has been grabbing attention on the indie rock scene with its mix of Balkan horns, gypsy and French café sounds, and a rumbling croon from bandleader Zach Condon.
By Tad Hendrickson

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World Music Features Michael Dorf
Michael Dorf has been an arts presenter in New York City since he founded the original Knitting Factory music club in 1986 at age 23. Dorf later went on to found the Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival, The Digital Club Network and non-profit organizations like the Tribeca Hebrew after-school program.
By Tad Hendrickson

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Greater Latin America Ersi Arvisu
Friend For Life
Anti-

By Tad Hendrickson

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Celtic & Irish Boiled In Lead
Silver
Omnium

By Tad Hendrickson

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Celtic & Irish Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill
Welcome Here Again
Green Linnet

By Tad Hendrickson

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North American Firewater
The Golden Hour
Bloodshot

By Tad Hendrickson

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DVD Three Sheets
Season 2
Infinity Entertainment

By Tad Hendrickson

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