Let me play you Beethoven like you've never heard before, with guitars, bass, drums, strings, and synths.I hope these recordings of my modern arrangements will encourage young players to delve into experimenting more with classical music.
Who's Skirting the Issue?: Presidential campaigning evading crucial issues? Know one wants to step up to the podium it seems when it comes to talking about Social Security and it's problems.
President Bush pledged to make reforming Social Security the top priority of his second term, but his plan to provide private accounts for younger workers went nowhere in Congress and Republicans and Democrats remain deadlocked on the issue.
A coalition named Divided We Fail has been pressing to make entitlement reform a major issue in the presidential campaign, hoping to force candidates in both parties to address the need ...
Classical Musicians Struggle For Acceptance: Has it really come down to this?
By KURT LOFT, The Tampa Tribune
Published: January 19, 2008
CLEARWATER - Selling classical music isn't unlike hawking ice in Alaska or potato chips in the Sahara desert.
Outside the big cultural hubs, Beethoven and the boys are struggling, their once-flourishing fan club reduced to a cult, a niche audience. Consider this week's recital by the Tokyo String Quartet at Ruth Eckerd Hall, which will be lucky to sell 500 tickets.
See the full article here:
Classical Musicians Struggle For Acceptance
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We Don't Mind ChaoS! Will Be on Astrid's "Unsigned Show" Again!: "Tame the Fire" is going to be played on Astrid's "The Unsigned Show" (originating in the UK) this week at the following times:
Mon 7/23 at 10pm EDT (9pm CDT, 8pm MDT, 7pm PDT)
Thurs 7/26 at 1pm EDT (12nn CDT,11am MDT, 10am PDT)
(and to repeat next week at the same times)
Actual links to get to play the radio will follow...
Radio UK International
Radio Baskingstoke ...