Boston Acoustics

16 Jul 19
News Directory

Alex Myers July 15, 2019 – 8:45 PM Photo credit: Alyssa Fried Irish singer and composer Glen Hansard has released a new music video “The Doving Door”. The animated stop-tolerant video goes exceptionally enforced with black and white scenes that cut to a sensitive tunnel, emerging miraculously to lonely peaks sitting on a tree. The […]

15 Jul 19
Blueslvr's Blog

  For tonight’s performance Garfish will be featuring the amazing, internationally known trumpeter from Japan, Hiro Tokushige. Wow! This is going to be a great night of music! Hope you can make it down. 6:30-8:30 Beach St. Rockport   Come jam!Every Wednesday 7-8pm at @soundharbormusic #nonprofitorganization #nonprofit #gloucesterma #musicschool #musiclesson #music     ~   […]

15 Jul 19
Boston Herald
hhd@get.creators.com (Holiday Mathis) A swollen Capricorn lunar luminary careens toward tomorrow’s eclipse. This is a mogul’s moon bringing luck for all kinds of business, but especially the kind geared to strengthen bonds at home. And given the lunar opposition to Venus, it’s likely that practical solutions are exactly the answer to certain emotional needs. ARIES (March 21-April 19). When the negative outweighs the positive, don’t let it slide. Keep track. It will help you decide if, when and how to make a change. One day’s tally won’t be a sizeable enough sample to work from, but it’s a start. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). If you know what people want, it’s easy to please them. But pleasing people isn’t the same as helping them. In order to truly help, you have to go beyond what people want and give them instead what they need. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). It’s not what you do so much as how you do it that matters today — well, every day really. But you’ll notice this more with the current emotional fluidity you’re experiencing. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You’ll need to be somewhat stern with yourself as you keep yourself on track with projections and goals. Put a hard shell around you to deflect the word “no” and keep on going until you get to “yes.” LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your acoustic environment can add or subtract quite a few points from the score that is your overall quality of life. It’s worth spending energy on, whether in acts of soundproofing, building playlists or other sorts of audio-soothing. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your plans will be expedited just as soon as you get that piece of training you’ve been missing. Ask around because the perfect teacher is only one connection away. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Bonds that were built in times of difficulty and trouble will get tested under happier circumstances. They’ll probably prove strong, but you might be surprised how tricky it is to relate in a lighter atmosphere. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You’ll notice how your whole demeanor and energy improves when you get around that attentive person who listens and laughs with you. This sort of high-quality interaction doesn’t need to be such a rarity. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You said you’d do it, and you will. True, today it’s still undone. Take a step or two, though, and you’ll create momentum enough to make quick work of this project. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It’s like you’re a different person when you signed up to do a thing than you are when it’s time to actually deliver. Regardless, you’ll be glad for your commitments and all you must do today to keep them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Your heart will suggest your next move to you, booming its impractical request without regard to the sort of details that will have to come together to make it happen. After all, that’s someone else’s department. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Relationships exist in a state of flux. Any move made by any involved will change the balance. In order to stabilize, and let the relationship find its natural equilibrium, both have to settle in for a minute, making no new moves at all. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (July 15). Your cosmic birthday present will be an always welcome one — money from out of the blue that you can use to accomplish any number of things, including enjoying loved ones in a new setting, helping a friend and/or investing in your business or education. Extremely lucky meetings happen in August and November. Aries and Virgo adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 49, 2, 18, 44 and 8. OPPOSITION MADNESS: This is the part where the sign-by-sign series on intuition is interrupted by a cosmic public service announcement regarding the prevalence of oppositions in this week’s astral lineup. First, it’s the sun and Pluto, followed by Venus and Saturn, the moon and Mars, and later Venus and Pluto. An opposition happens when two luminaries are 180 mathematical degrees apart from one another on an astrological chart. Astrologers believe that the opposition is perhaps the most powerful astrological aspect after the conjunction. Think of two children on a see-saw. They’re as far apart from each other as they can possibly be, and yet they share a common center. Planets in opposition have contradictory agendas, yet there is still the possibility of finding balance in the middle. We on Earth may experience conflict and confusing push-pull feelings during oppositions. Opposites do attract, though sometimes one needs to call in a mediator to settle disputes. Remember that even as we oppose one another, we are using each other as a balance. Without this configuration, no one would get to rise or fall, so there would be no ride. Vive la difference! CELEBRITY PROFILES: As the founder and CEO of Thrive Global, co-founder of The Huffington Post and author of 15 books Arianna Huffington is known for having strong opinions and sharing them widely. Huffington’s birth chart is unusual as her sun, moon, Mercury and Uranus are all nestled in Cancer, suggesting a highly intuitive, soulful and nurturing personality. Venus in Gemini brings the sharp wit and sociability. Write Holiday Mathis at HolidayMathis.com. COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATORS.COM Last Updated: Thursday, Jun 20, 2019 01:38:14 -0700
15 Jul 19
Valley Review

With 221 acts on the way and 60 venues to explore, Mile of Music can leave even the most dedicated music fans struggling to figure out where to start. Scott Peeples of Appleton has more mileage than most on his odometer, having taken in 40 full shows and 17 partial shows at last year’s festival […]

15 Jul 19
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14 Jul 19
Boston Herald
CLEVELAND  — Imagine standing inside rock and roll’s hallowed ground with the guitar sounds of Deep Purple’s “Smoke on The Water” blaring above your head. Only it’s not just Ritchie Blackmore playing it. It’s you, learning his iconic riff in record time. That’s the magic of the Interactive Garage, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s new interactive exhibit, unlike anything the museum has ever put together. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame The Interactive Garage, which opened to the public July 1, allows visitors to play actual instruments by themselves, alongside friends or strangers at the museum. Trained professionals are available on screen and in person to assist as you learn Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” on guitar, Queen’s “We Will Rock You” on drums or Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools” on keyboard, among other classics. “We’re taking everything we’ve learned from our visitors and we’re going beyond the conventional museum presentation and into a hands-on interactive experience,” said Greg Harris, CEO and president of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. “It’s another major step forward for our organization, which has always been great, but we just continue to evolve, grow, change and create a much more impactful visual experience.” The exhibit is broken up into four main parts. There is the guest room, where players of any skill level can try top of the line guitars, keyboards, bass guitars and drums. Each song features guided instruction from one of the Rock Hall’s educators via a recorded video. The Rock Hall has also hired and trained a new staff of “musician teachers” who will be on hand to help guests. Visitors won’t get to play actual artifacts (i.e. Jimi Hendrix’s guitar or Geddy Lee’s bass). But the guest room does feature top of the line keyboards, mixing boards, bass guitars, drums and electric guitars, from Gibson to Fender to Martin. The Interactive Garage also features an acoustic lounge with soft leather seating, where visitors can hop on acoustic guitars and ukuleles for pop-up group jams. Then there’s the jam room, which houses vintage gear and is set up as a rehearsal studio where guests can play together. In this Wednesday, June 26, 2019 photo, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame CEO and president Greg Harris poses inside the museum’s new Interactive Garage exhibit in Cleveland. The exhibit, which opened to the public on July 1, allows visitors to play actual instruments by themselves, alongside friends or strangers at the museum. (Troy L. Smith/Cleveland.com via AP) Rounding out the experience is a station where visitors can create their own custom merchandise inspired by some of their favorite bands or music periods, like the British Invasion or rise of punk rock. Harris says the Interactive Garage, which takes up the museum’s entire second floor, cost $2 million. The project is part of the museum’s multi-year, multi-million dollar transformation plan that’s included the new Hall of Fame Floor and Power of Rock Experience in the Connor Theater, both on Level 3. Standing inside the Interactive Garage, even unfinished, is quite the experience. As a visitor, you simply walk up to a guitar station and scan your admission wristband. Next, you grab a guitar pick, choose a guitar and plug in. After you select a song to play, one of the museum’s educators appears on screen. From there you play along, via instruction, to one of the greatest songs in rock ’n’ roll history. Above you there is a sound system that plays every noise you make on your instrument. Visitors can record a video of themselves playing and send it to their personal email account. Just 10 feet from you in each direction, someone else is having the same experience, whether on acoustic guitar, bass, keyboard or inside one of two drum rooms. Scattered around you are iconic concert posters of everyone from Elvis and Nirvana to U2 and B.B. King. The wall leading into the guest room is covered with the image of rock band Wilco’s own storied rehearsal space. Inspiration for such an immersive exhibit came from various visitor surveys over the past several years. But motivation for the physical blueprint and logistics came from all over the country.   In this Wednesday, June 26, 2019 photo, work continues on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s new Interactive Garage exhibit in Cleveland. The exhibit, which opened to the public on July 1, allows visitors to play actual instruments by themselves, alongside friends or strangers at the museum. (Troy L. Smith/Cleveland.com via AP) Harris and his team visited museums in Arizona, Colorado and Seattle that have experimented with audio experiences. Perhaps the best comparison is with the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle and its Sound Lab. The exhibit features rooms for guitars, drums, keyboards, turntables, amps and more and is described as “Multimedia installations invite hands-on interaction so that visitors can explore the tools of rock ’n’ roll through electric guitars, drums, samplers, mixing consoles, and more.” Yet, while exhibits like the Sound Lab make use of multimedia displays and instruction similar to that of video games like “Guitar Hero” or “Rock Band,” the Rock Hall keeps things old school. “We want these to feel the real instruments. So, these are real instruments,” said Harris, who revealed Gibson, Fender and Sweetwater guitars are among sponsors of the Interactive Garage. “We wanted to create the feel of where every band starts. That’s in a garage or in a locker room or at the warehouse.”  
13 Jul 19
Music Enthusiast

(Pictured: Alex Spencer and band). As even the most occasional reader of this blog knows, the Music Enthusiast is somewhat stuck in the past, longing nostalgically for the “good old days” of music. But since, to quote one particular artist, the times they are a-changing, he realizes he must come out of his cave every […]

13 Jul 19
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13 Jul 19
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13 Jul 19
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12 Jul 19
Latest Entertainment News | Top Celebrity News, Hollywood Headlines

Known for remaking albums with an acoustic version, Lights wows fans again with Skin & Earth Acoustic. The record dropped Friday, featuring new renditions of seven of her tracks from her fourth studio album and it includes three brand new songs. She’s here ⚔️ first timer here producing and mixing a whole project but I’m […]

12 Jul 19
Uptown Concerts

Singer/songwriter Vance Gilbert will appear at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Tickets Call 410-795-1041

12 Jul 19
Archy news nety

A 18% increase in cancer risk was observed among consumers of sugary beverages, this for the absorption of a modest small glass in addition to the usual daily consumption. What a boost to the debate about the tax soda. The consumption of sugary drinks has increased worldwide in recent decades. Their impact on cardiometabolic health […]