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South Korean Pianist Dr. Bong-A Jung Debut Recital at Weill Recital Hall – Carnegie Hall Feb. 20

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- JH ARTS CORP. announces that Dr. Bong-A Jung, 1st prize winner at the Pi Kappa Lambda Music Competition and recipient of the Olga Gagliardi Getto Award, is making her Carnegie Hall debut as a solo recitalist on Thursday, February 20, 2020, at 8 p.m. The grand pianist has appeared previously at Carnegie Hall but as a chamber musician.

27th Annual Blind Willie McTell Music Festival Lineup Announced in Georgia, including The War and Treaty

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The Activities Council of Thomson proudly announces the lineup of musicians for the 27th Annual Blind Willie McTell Music Festival. This year's date for the iconic day of great roots music is Saturday May 2, 2020, in Thomson, Georgia.

NEW MUSIC: Indie-Rock Singer-Songwriter Ryan Chernin Releases Moving New Single

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Indie-rock singer-songwriter Ryan Chernin, whose debut single on Inhuman Records, "Look Right," rocketed up to 25 on Mediabase's AC Chart, just under Ariana Grande's "Breathin," has just released an edgy new single for 2020, "FaceTime." His debut single also climbed to 24 on Digital Radio Tracker's Top 150.

96-Year-Old Marine from the Battle of Iwo Jima Releases New Commemorative Song, ‘Thirty Days Later’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- On Wednesday February 12, 2020 at 1 p.m., come meet and greet a ninety-six-year-old marine, Gene Christie, as he releases his CD containing a song to honor his fellow Marines in the 5th Division who won the Battle of Iwo Jima at great sacrifice.

It’s Potty Time! Portable Restroom Supplier, So Cal Industries, announces 2020 list of top musical events in California

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Holidays are now over, time to get in the know with all upcoming 2020 events! So Cal Industries shares helpful tips when attending these MUST go to festivals this year. The listed festivals are entirely diverse, based on a variety of music genres such as rock, pop, indie, hip hop, and electronic dance music. Also, differentiating each by the designated setting and music genre for all you festivalgoers and soon to be festival attendees!

Film and TV Composer Artie Kane Wins Reader’s Favorite Award for Memoir ‘Music to My Years’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- "Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes" (ISBN: 978-0983655039) by film and TV composer and conductor Artie Kane won the 2019 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal in the Non-Fiction and Music/Entertainment category at the annual Reader's Favorite awards held on November 23, 2019 at the Regency Hotel Miami.

Inspirational singer-songwriter, Wendy Katagi and Friends Joy to the World Concert and New Album Release, ‘Heirlooms’

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Inspirational singer-songwriter, Wendy Katagi is joined by Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Tom Zink and Grammy-nominated vocalist Anne Walsh in a spirited "Joy to the World" concert with InnerVox jazz singers and cellist, Nancy Korb at Gardena Valley Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

INDIE CHAMELEON: New Record Label, Built by Artists for Artists to Protect Indie Music, Releases Its First Music Video

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- INDIE CHAMELEON, a new innovative record label that puts the artist at the core of everything they do, has released their first fully produced single and music video combination with the song available October 25 and the music video released today.

‘Soundwaves 360 Music Event’ features Twista, Veronica Vega, DJ G-Love, Crazy Town X with R1ckOne and more

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Los Angeles is in for a massive infusion of harmonious ripples when "Soundwaves 360 Music Event" rolls on to the boulevard on Thursday, November 14 at the Academy LA. Party goers will be able to surf a kaleidoscope of genres with acts ranging from hip hop to rock. The evening, presented by Brandi Irwin Productions and G-Love Productions, will be flooded with talent.

Dubstep Icon DJ Datsik Addresses His Absence and Looks to the Future

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- After an 18-month self-imposed hiatus, Datsik, a leader in the dubstep world, surfaced with a statement explaining his absence, which he posted on his Facebook page. After extensive touring over the last decade, he sought help for mental health issues that he opted to come to terms with.

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