Music

5 uplifting moments in Latin music this week (September 11)

Natti Natasha’s new album This week, Natti Natasha surprised fans with the cover, title and tracklist of what would become her second studio album. Natti Vidad, which is a combination of her artist name and her daughter’s name, Vida, is home to 16 songs, including the singles “Noches en Miami”, …

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Here are the main concerts around Chicago – NBC Chicago

Outdoor music festivals continue this Labor Day weekend and into September with major concerts throughout the Chicago area over the next few days. Due to the latest recommendations from health authorities, some festivals have updated COVID-19 protocols for spectators. Here’s a list of what you need to know about music …

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Music Teaching Fulkerson, Jim Fulkerson

Jim Fulkerson, 68, owns Fulkerson Music Instruction, located in downtown Midland on the second floor, above Timm’s Appliances and Health Hut. He has been there for 35 years, teaching percussion. In addition to Fulkerson, there is another percussion teacher, two guitar teachers and a piano, vocals, brass and woodwind teacher. …

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MAGS writes music you can taste

By Mia Hughes Elliott Douglas is not sure why the phrase “say the things that matter” came to mind. It came to him suddenly while he was at an airport before the pandemic, returning home to Los Angeles after visiting his family. The rising artist otherwise known as MAGS (which …

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Market days return with music and dancing to celebrate LGBTQ pride

NORTHALSTED – Market days returned this weekend after a year of absence due to the coronavirus pandemic. Crowds of people filled the streets of Northalsted to celebrate the festival, which turned into a celebration of LGBTQ pride. The festival was not without controversy, as Howard Brown called for more coronavirus …

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