The Ultimate 1969 Playlist
If you remember 1969-- or you want to help someone remember it-- this is the ultimate 1969 playlist. There are notes on the key songs, comments on how songs fit in the context of the artists’ careers and their subsequent legacy. If you’re looking to make a birthday or anniversary gift of songs from 1969, this list of songs is the place to start. Songs are arranged in groupings to help assemble a customized 1969 playlist according to taste of the listener.
BWW Reviews: Fort Worth Symphony Dazzles Audiences with Concerts in the Garden
Superb classical music is alive and well in Fort Worth, where talented musical artists perform in beautiful settings, beneath the twinkling stars, and patrons show up by the thousands to enjoy them.
Jamiroquai: The Space Cowboy
The original band members consisted of Jay (Jason) Kay (vocals and man of a thousand hats), Toby Smith (keyboards), Stuart Zender (bass), Nick Van Gelder (drums) and Willis Buchanan (didgeridoo). The name Jamiroquai comes from the combination of ‘Jam’ (which many bands consider themselves doing when they are playing) and the Native American tribe ‘Iroquois’. Jay Kay stated that they selected the ‘Iroquois’ as the part of their name to reflect the empathy for their displaced status musically…
Will Downing Photos Photos: Will Downing In Concert
Will Downing Photos - Singer Will Downing performs at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill on April 15, 2011 in New York City. - Will Downing In Concert
HIROSHIMA - Performing on July 20th at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach. When Hiroshima cut their self-titled debut album in 1979, record executives at their own label placed bets that the band’s unprecedented amalgam of traditional Japanese instruments, American jazz structure and Latin percussion – an intriguing but ultimately refreshing anomaly in the waning days of the disco era – wouldn’t make much of an impact in terms of sales or critical acclaim.