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2014-01-06 16:25:53

Maya Culture, Live Music and Lacrosse Highlight a Trend-Setting Year in the Mile High City DENVER, Jan. 6, 2014 The Mile High City will host a dazzling array of international art shows, one-of-a-kind exhibits and premiere sporting events in 2014, including a worldwide exclusive showing of Cartier jewels, the largest exhibit of Maya artifacts in American history and the World Lacrosse Championships. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140106/DC41317) Here are ten exciting reasons to...

2010-06-08 09:00:00

NEW YORK, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The lights go on, and the curtain comes up - on Legacy Recordings' brand-new Setlist series of live collections from an A-list of core artists on the Columbia, Epic, and RCA labels. Hand-picked and sequenced by aficionados and (in some cases) the artists themselves, the first 11 volumes in the Setlist series - by Alabama, Blue Oyster Cult, Johnny Cash, Cheap Trick, Jefferson Airplane, Judas Priest, Kansas, Willie Nelson, Ted Nugent, Quiet Riot, and...

2008-10-06 15:00:23

The life and songs of John Denver are being celebrated in a new stage production that hits Christchurch later this month. Combining live performances of his songs by international singers and musicians with archival footage that explores the music, Whisper the Wind will be performed at the Isaac Theatre Royal from October 16 to 18. West Virginian Ron Rich and Dunedin's own Bevan Gardiner will perform 25 of Denver's greatest hits, including Take Me Home, Country Roads, Leaving on a Jet...

2008-09-30 15:00:36

By FISHER, Stephen REVIEW Whisper the Wind: The Life and Music of John Denver. The Regent on Broadway, Sunday, September 27. Reviewed by Stephen Fisher. -------------------- There is no doubt John Denver was one of the finest musicians of his time. His greatest hits album sat at the top of the charts for over three years, so it was inevitable a tribute show would develop around his music. What might be surprising is that this tribute stage production has been developed in New Zealand,...

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