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Josephine review – Baker’s story packed with rhythm and blues
The Egg, BathWith a brilliantly physical performance from Ebony Feare, this toe-tapping show for over-sevens doesn’t shy away from the stage star’s tough timesIt took Josephine Baker five volumes of autobiography to recount her life as a stage sensation, Fren…
It took Josephine Baker five volumes of autobiography to recount her life as a stage sensation, French resistance fighter and civil rights activist. Writing duo Leona Allen and Jesse Briton have just… [+2421 chars]
Chris Wiegand
2021-11-09 13:14:51




Robert Plant and Alison Krauss: Raise the Roof review – uplifting and enthralling
(Warner Music)From blue-eyed soul to English folk, the unlikely dream team’s second instalment of covers is a welcome dose of musical reassuranceIt seems lifetimes ago that Plant and Krauss released their six-Grammy-winning album of duets, Raising Sand (2007)…
It seems lifetimes ago that Plant and Krauss released their six-Grammy-winning album of duets, Raising Sand (2007). That year, the first iPhone came out and Led Zeppelin reunited for two hours. This … [+974 chars]
Kitty Empire
2021-11-21 09:00:08




A Longevity Specialist's Top Tips For Combating The Winter Blues
Ready, set, go get some sleep.
Darker days can mean drearier moods, and the period after autumn's daylight saving clock reset is always an adjustment. While Seema Bonney, M.D., the founder and medical director of the Anti-Aging &a… [+998 chars]
Emma Loewe
2021-11-12 23:03:00




‘The whole place feels wrong’: voices from across America on what the climate crisis stole
In the six years since the Paris agreement, the climate crisis has rapidly accelerated. From catastrophes to slow transformations of familiar landscapes, lives everywhere have been upendedThe jubilation of the Paris climate agreement, where delegates from aro…
The jubilation of the Paris climate agreement, where delegates from around the world triumphantlydeclared the climate crisis would finally be tamed, will have felt very hollow to many in the US in th… [+20931 chars]
Oliver Milman, Kim Heacox, Kezia Setyawan, Debbie Weingarten, Amie Ferrier, Sherri Mitchell, Eliza Blue, Adam Matlock and Mekdela Maskal
2021-11-07 10:00:16




Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ ‘Raise the Roof’ Is Both Warm and Otherworldly: Album Review
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ “Raise the Roof” is an intense conversation between two friends who’ve sat at this table before, hashing out the blues. For all of its familiarity, this fresh chat – no less profound than their initial exchange, 2007’s autumnal…
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ “Raise the Roof” is an intense conversation between two friends who’ve sat at this table before, hashing out the blues. For all of its familiarity, this fresh chat – n… [+5371 chars]
Chris Willman
2021-11-19 20:57:53




Rod Stewart: ‘I got Elton a fridge for Christmas. He got me a Rembrandt’
Answering Guardian readers’ questions, the singer discusses his epic railway modelling, his admiration of the Sex Pistols and the secrets of his hair regimeDid you have any heroes in the beginning of your career that you wanted to move or look like? JoeHillI …
Did you have any heroes in the beginning of your career that you wanted to move or look like?JoeHill I didnt look at singers and think: Thats how I want to move, but I sorta wanted to sound like em.… [+9299 chars]
As told to Dave Simpson
2021-11-18 13:00:06




Graeme Edge, The Moody Blues Co-Founder and Drummer, Dies at 80
Drummer and poet Graeme Edge, one of the founders of British rock band The Moody Blues, died Thursday, according to a statement on the band’s website from band member Justin Hayward. He was 80. “It’s a very sad day,” Hayward wrote, “Graeme’s sound and persona…
Drummer and poet Graeme Edge, one of the founders of British rock band The Moody Blues, died Thursday, according to a statement on the band’s website from band member Justin Hayward. He was 80. “It’… [+2186 chars]
Pat Saperstein
2021-11-12 14:44:58




10 Ways to Combat SAD
Ever since the clocks fell back, aka the end of daylight saving time, I’ve been slightly off. But, it’s gradually getting better. But, I’m still feeling like I’m a member...
Ever since the clocks fell back, aka the end of daylight saving time, Ive been slightly off. But, its gradually getting better. But, Im still feeling like Im a member of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunc… [+8826 chars]
Albert Costill
2021-11-17 15:00:24




7 Ways to Play Offense Against the Winter Blues
Hello darkness, my old enemy.
Winter doesnt technically start until December 21st, but for those of us with seasonal depression, the effects of ever-diminishing daylight are already here. (Whoever invented Daylight Saving Time...… [+5204 chars]
Aliza Abarbanel
2021-11-22 13:00:00




Sheffield United 0-0 Coventry City: Sky Blues earn deserved point at Bramall Lane
Coventry continue their fine start to the season with a deserved point from a goalless draw at Sheffield United.
Slavisa Jokanovic's Sheffield United have not won in four Championship games Coventry City continued their impressive start to the season with a deserved point against Sheffield United at Bramall La… [+4791 chars]

2021-11-20 14:39:51

Hollywood Still Misunderstands Anime
The charm of the original Cowboy Bebop—and many other Japanese animated series—is not just in its style but in its unique storytelling.
For decades, Hollywood has struggled to adapt anime, a type of Japanese animation. The genre has a distinct visual style—lush backgrounds, sleek camera movement, exaggerated facial expressions—that l… [+5038 chars]
Shirley Li
2021-11-15 11:00:00




Jazz Virtuoso Oscar Peterson Gives Dick Cavett a Dazzling Piano Lesson (1979)
Duke Ellington once called Oscar Peterson the “Maharaja of the Keyboard” for his virtuosity and ability to play any style with seeming ease, a skill he first began to learn as a classically trained child prodigy. Peterson was introduced to Bach and Beethoven …
Duke Ellington once called Oscar Peterson the Maharaja of the Keyboard for his virtuosity and ability to play any style with seeming ease, a skill he first began to learn as a classically trained chi… [+2838 chars]
Josh Jones
2021-11-24 15:00:53




Do Sun Lamps & Light Boxes Actually Do Anything? What Experts Say
Shining a light on the popular winter tool.
While getting outside into natural light is bestand comes with many other health benefitsexperts agree that light therapy boxes can be effective at supporting the body's rhythms. Though you only nee… [+1816 chars]
Emma Loewe
2021-11-22 10:26:00




Beat The Holiday Blues At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City
While the holiday season should be a time filled with joy and cheer, many of us instead can feel overwhelmed, overextended, and overworked. That’s when Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City – an easy getaway from New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, …
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City PhotoGraphics 2018 The proofs in the numbers: Atlantic City has bounced back in a big way. According to this report, the citys nine casinos raked in $237.… [+3335 chars]
Katie Chang, Contributor, Katie Chang, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/katiechang/
2021-11-30 17:00:00




Sonic Sensations: Picture Books About Nina Simone and Jimi Hendrix
“Nina,” by Traci N. Todd, and “Song for Jimi,” by Charles R. Smith Jr., spotlight Black musicians who broke sound and color barriers.
Anger, pain, disappointment and confusion, in other words, are given room to breathe (though Todd steers clear of Simones later struggles with mental health), but these are not the only forces that s… [+4011 chars]
Daphne A. Brooks
2021-11-12 18:04:47




Silk Sonic: An Evening With Silk Sonic
Read Ross Scarano’s review of the album.
After fiddling with the R&B of the 1980s and 90s to great commercial success on 2016s 24K Magic,Bruno Mars has assigned himself a more challenging project: Silk Sonic, a fidelity-obsessed act in … [+7462 chars]
Ross Scarano
2021-11-16 05:00:00




Mount Holly musician uses global experience for local venue business - Gaston Gazette
Mount Holly musician uses global experience for local venue business  Gaston Gazette
A Mount Holly business owner wants to use his global music experience to create a space for great talent and entertainment.  Eric Brice, 60, opened an entertainment and venue rental space called The… [+2587 chars]
Janiya Winchester, Gaston Gazette
2021-11-11 19:20:38




Robert Plant / Alison Krauss: Raise the Roof
Read Olivia June’s review of the album.
The success of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Grammy-winning 2007 record Raising Sand set a lofty bar for their bewitching energy as a duo. Fourteen years later, Raise the Roof maintains their carefu… [+4424 chars]
Olivia Lane
2021-11-19 05:00:00




The Month In Jazz – November 2021
Wynton Marsalis turned 60 last month, on October 18. That’s a big life milestone for anybody, so congratulations to him for making it, particularly in an era when a lot of famous Black musicians have died in middle age if not earlier. I probably wouldn’t have…
Wynton Marsalis turned 60 last month, on October 18. That’s a big life milestone for anybody, so congratulations to him for making it, particularly in an era when a lot of famous Black musicians have… [+8187 chars]
Phil Freeman
2021-11-22 21:24:09




Adia Victoria Wrote a Hit Blues Record While Working in an Amazon Factory
Handout Blues and country music have long trodden the swampy borderland between oppressed working-class sensibility and commercial populism. On one hand, the former—which rooted the tree of American music that would one day branch into the dominant genres of…
Blues and country music have long trodden the swampy borderland between oppressed working-class sensibility and commercial populism. On one hand, the formerwhich rooted the tree of American music tha… [+14251 chars]
Nick Hilden
2021-11-28 09:12:30
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