Country Music

21 Jul 19
News Directory

From And Step Forward (courtesy Japan Society) In Japan, walls of solitude can form easily. The country has an alarmingly high suicide rate, and the increasing number of recluses, or hikikomori. Go back to total At the beginning of the point of death in the beginning of the beginning. This can be similarly isolated. In […]

21 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Ten essential keys to get to know the figure ofHerman Melvilleand the context and difficulties that I experienced during the creation of one of the most important novels in the history of modern literature, considered asa memorable piece in the reflection of human passions A new novel Nothing had presaged, around 1850, that the sailor […]

21 Jul 19
This Day That Age

This day, that age in history was a big day for both music and sports – two things that have a way of making people happy. Well, not so much for sports on this day because Hitler was involved. This day in history was also a big day for anthrax and Liz Taylor, the world’s […]

21 Jul 19
Real News Reports-Start Your Day Here

President Donald Trump said on Twitter he had offered to “personally vouch” for A$AP Rocky’s bail after the rapper was jailed in Sweden following a street fight. “Just had a very good call with @SwedishPM Stefan Löfven who assured me that American citizen A$AP Rocky will be treated fairly. Likewise, I assured him that A$AP…

21 Jul 19
Serenade

In the second half of June, 7 chamber musicians from different parts of the world visited Kolkata: Avery Waite (cello), Kim Mai Nguyen (viola), Sylvia Wehrs (violin), Laura Thompson (violin), Thomas Verity (clarinet), Cassie Lear (flute) and Robert Fant (French horn). They held workshops with members of the Kolkata Symphony Orchestra (KSO) and this resulted […]

21 Jul 19
Cowgirlup

Not long after I arrived to live in Victoria, I went to a gig…..well, I went to a lot of gigs, where you see as many artists in the crowd as you do on the stage.  My mate introduced me to a bloke called Aaron D’Arcy.  The name sounded vaguely familiar…..then I slowly connected the […]

21 Jul 19
EatDrinkFilms.com

By Gary Meyer One of the challenges for any film festival is finding the perfect opening night movie. A curator wants a terrific movie first but also it must be a crowd pleaser— Not too experimental or heavily political. You don’t want to alienate the opening night audience who may not be as adventurous as […]

21 Jul 19
Music Mecca

Hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Sara Zebley and Hayley Prosser, known together as Steel Blossoms, have begun making their mark in Music City. Upon meeting at a random festival in Pennsylvania, these two hit it off from day one. They soon discovered that they shared a common love for country and Americana music, teaching, performing, and […]

21 Jul 19
PSVita Forever

[This is the first in what is hopefully a very long series of articles celebrating the PlayStation Vita. I have a lot to praise for this handheld and in posting these articles, I hope you find some joy from the many experiences I found or rediscovered on Sony’s forgotten powerhouse. I’ll be traveling through my […]

21 Jul 19
Music Mecca

Some people are born with it, and some have to work at it, but I’m a firm believer either way it’s not one or the other. Whether that “it” is painting, skateboarding, duck hunting, rodeo clowning, or whatever. In Daniel Donato’s case, that “it” is mastering the maze of notes and sounds that stretch down […]

21 Jul 19
Pearson's on the road

It was nice to relax for a while this morning before heading into Boulia to visit the Min Min encounter complex. We enjoyed the quirky 45 minute light and animatronic show, where locals and travellers told stories of their personal encounters with the mysterious Min Min. After this we went to the Australian Hotel for […]