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  1. Celebrating Joe Temperley In ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Public Radio

    For 25 years, the baritone saxophone chair of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra has been held by a one Joe Temperley. The Scottish musician, now 85, carries tons of credits to his C.V., especially with big bands: Thad Jones-Mel Lewis, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Clark Terry and - most notably - the Duke Ellington Orchestra.

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  2. The Bad Plus Joshua Redman At Detroit Jazz FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Public Radio

    Saxophonist Joshua Redman and the collaborative trio The Bad Plus both stand among the most celebrated, thoughtful and prominent jazz acts of the last couple decades. That, and their constrasting aesthetic sensibilities, made it at least news when they first got together in 2011.

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  3. Kamasi Washington's 'The Epic' In ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Public Radio

    ... that resonates with their own generation's lived experience. Jazz Night In America features Kamasi Washington and the music of The Epic at its release party, and in its full glory. From the Regent Theater in Downtown L.A., Washington presents his ...

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  4. PinRead the original story

    Friday | Seventeen

    The Internet went crazy earlier this year, when Ariana Grande did the most amazing impression of singer Celine Dion on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon , and blew everyone away. But it turns out that Ariana has been doing celebrity impressions for years, and if you thought her Celine impression was amazing, just wait until you listen to her impersonate everyone from Britney Spears to Mariah Carey.

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  5. Tom Paxton, coming to Bethlehem, will quit the road but keep writingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Morning Call

    Tom Paxton says his days as a touring troubadour will come to an end in November. But the 77-year-old pioneer of the 1960s folk music revival says he is not retiring.

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  6. Replacements unveil new song 'Whole Foods Blues,' promise more to comeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Star Tribune

    Currently on tour, the legendary Minneapolis rockers have reportedly recorded seven or eight tunes, plus are working on a documentary and vinyl box sets. In the freshly debuted song "Whole Foods Blues," Paul Westerberg and the boys take a bluesy, loping shot at the health-conscious grocery giant, with lines such as, "I went down to Whole Foods / To get something good to eat / All I got was attitude / From your hippie hair, to your punk-rock feet."

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  7. John Mellencamp Delivers Triumphant, Career-Spanning Show at the Apollo: Concert ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Hollywood Reporter

    ... 1,000 Dances." It was part of a show-ending barrage of hits including "Crumbling Down" and "Pink Houses." The familiar music, delivered in slightly tweaked arrangements that gave them freshness, was perfectly delivered by the superb band that ...

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  8. Welcome to Rockville festival spreading its wings -- across the streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Florida Times-Union

    ... have a mobile museum set up in the park, and musicians playing at the festival will greet fans at the Crazy Dave's Music Experience Tent. Oh, and there's music. Lots of music. Nearly 50 bands are on the schedule, including an unannounced "surprise" ...

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  9. Fan chant of 'Katy Perry' at Ducks' Corey Perry isn't sexist, NHL commish saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | The Times-Picayune

    So long as fans keep their chants clean, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has no issue with Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry being compared to pop star Katy Perry. "I don't think taunting chants at players on the other side of the ice, assuming the language is acceptable, is intended to be sexist in the slightest," Bettman said during his annual meeting with Associated Press Sports Editors on Friday.

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  10. Astell&Kern enter the affordable hi-res zone with the new AK JrRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    Astell&Kern makes some of the most gorgeous pieces of high resolution portable audio gear - inside and out - that you'll find on the market. But for many listeners, even the company's entry level units have approached the point of being cost prohibitive.

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  11. Paul McCartney to rock Philadelphia in JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NJ.com

    The former Beatle is scheduled for June 21 at the Wells Fargo Center, according to a news release. The show is the first arena date of his current Out There Tour, which includes stops at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware, and Lollapalooza in Chicago .

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  12. Stars Unite To Launch Charity For Disabled MusiciansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ContactMusic.com

    ... assistance, the 'last wishes' of a lifetime, and special treatments not covered by insurance. "The healing power of music is also a vital form of preventative medicine. That's why the Sweet Stuff Foundation's two prong approach is also committed to ...

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  13. Paul McCartney Announces First U.S. Arena Date of 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | RollingStone

    ... on June 19th and Lollapalooza on July 31st. McCartney has kept busy since the release of his 2013 album New . The music veteran has found a new collaborator in Kanye West and has appeared on three of the rapper's latest singles, "Only One," "All ...

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  14. How To Break Up With Someone When You're Scared Of ConflictRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MuchMusic.com

    For sure you can contact me if I win a contest, qualify for opportunities like getting rewards or going to Much events based on what I do at Much.ca For sure you can contact me if I win a contest, qualify for opportunities like getting rewards or going to Much events based on what I do at Much.ca Spring has finally sprung and that means more longer days, warmer weather, the promise of summer, and of course, spring cleaning. While this is a great time of year to clean out your closet and figure out what the smell is under your bed, it's also a great time to do some other cleaningin your love life.

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  15. Indiana Brewery Brings in Big Freedia to Support LGBT RightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Advocate

    ... only day the stout is available for purchase, making the event a bona fide bash. Usually the day is filled with live music of the heavy metal varitey. This year, owner Nick Floyd says some folks asked him to cancel the event to protest his state's ...

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  16. See Jesse Lafser's American Road Trip in 'Jack Hat Blues' VideoRead the original story

    Friday | RollingStone

    While it sounds like the makings of an Americana joke, it's actually what happened on the set of Jesse Lafser's new music video for "Jack Hat Blues," premiering exclusively on Rolling Stone Country. The East Nashville based singer-songwriter wanted to capture a relaxed, documentary-like feel for the lead single from her new LP, Raised on the Plains , which brings to life a sweeping, sonic panorama of her literal and emotional pilgrimages.

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  17. Dad Rock: Can you tell life story in 8 songs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | USA Today

    Dad Rock: Can you tell life story in 8 songs? Patrick Foster and Jim Lenahan talk music in Dad Rock, a weekly podcast Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1GqBpck One of the things that makes music so endearing is the way a song can instantly transport the listener to a certain place and time. A few notes - or the sentiment of the lyrics - can conjure up specific, oftentimes powerful memories.

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  18. Naked in Wonderland and more things to do in New Orleans MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NOLA.com

    The handful of days between New Orleans Jazz Fest weekends doesn't offer much respite for the tired. Monday in New Orleans: Sound Observatory hosts a musical crawfish boil, Piano Night returns to the House of Blues, and Lily Keber's James Booker documentary gets an evening screening.

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  19. Ariana Grande, Big Sean: ugly truth emergesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Democrat

    That big breakup between rapper Big Sean and pop diva Ariana Grande a few weeks back was described as "amicable" and due to "conflicting schedules" and blah blah blah ... . New reports say Big Sean broke off the romance because he felt Grande was selfish and immature and not putting nearly as much effort into the relationship as he was.

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  20. Spotify pinpoints 42 as the age of your 'musical midlife crisis'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    Are you over the latest trends in pop music? According to new Spotify research, you may come back again by the time you're 42. As part of its research on the relationship between age and musical taste, the streaming music service has found that 42 is the age when middle-aged listeners again listen to current popular music. "During the teenage years, we embrace music at the top of the charts more than at any other time in our lives.

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