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2014-05-19 12:25:25

Independent label one-ups record industry with this once-in-a-lifetime project LOS ANGELES, May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to high demand from fans, guitar hero Joe Bonamassa will release his epic Tour De Force - Live In London (J&R Adventures) project as four double-disc CD sets on May 19, 2014. In addition, a boxset which comes with a free t-shirt will be available on www.jbonamassa.com. The unprecedented live concert event - which was released on four DVDs (or Blu-rays) last...

2013-04-17 23:01:37

The British Education system integrates a cross-curricular educational programme to support a charity single for the first time. Will the international education system follow suit? (PRWEB) April 18, 2013 Educating the next generation about the whys and wherefores surrounding 870 million people´s daily challenge facing chronic and persistent hunger is part of The Hunger Project UK´s mission for 2013. This missive was originally translated into a ℠One World One Song´...

2008-07-21 12:00:51

By Philip Hensher For such an obviously immense and successful music festival, the BBC Proms presents, year after year, a surprising number of problems. It ought to be a matter of huge celebration. Every year, it supplies a remarkable range of top-quality concerts. It fills the hall with some of the most unexpected programmes - last year, a late- night concert of renaissance polyphony I happened to catch was packed to the roof. It is immensely popular on radio and television over two months...

2008-06-15 00:00:05

By KATHERINE ELLIOTT Six aerobics enthusiasts 'of a certain age' have returned from a fun-filled fitness performance at the Royal Albert Hall. The event was the first held by the Exercise Movement and Dance Partnership in order to promote fitness and have fun. Members of aerobics classes in Torquay joined with others from around the country for the combined fitness extravaganza, watched by an audience of 5,500 people. Lucy Martin, who runs the Torquay aerobics class, explained: "We...

2005-11-01 12:26:57

By Ray Waddell NASHVILLE (Billboard) - The Cream reunion last week at New York's Madison Square Garden was a monster hit. The October 24-26 shows, the '60s rock trio's only North American appearances and first here in 37 years, grossed more than $10.6 million and drew 56,151 people, according to Garden officials. The Garden shows followed an equally successful, though smaller-scale, spring reunion at London's Royal Albert Hall, which grossed $3.6 million and drew more than 18,000...


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