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August 2018

Goldmine Magazine Dee Snider talks Twisted Sister as Episode 35’s guest of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast

Vocalist Dee Snider discusses Rhino Records upcoming reissue of the Twisted Sister 1983 classic, “You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll.” Rhino extended the album’s reissue with live recordings from the band’s memorable 1983 performance at the Marquee Club in London.

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Goldmine Magazine Fabulous Flip Sides–Maureen McGovern Labor Day Weekend Interview

2018 is the 45th anniversary of the 45 “The Morning After.” Maureen McGovern discusses that song, other movie and television songs, her years on the MDA Labor Day Weekend Telethon, music executive Russ Regan, and highlights of her latest album. …

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Goldmine Magazine Fabulous Flip Sides–Maureen McGovern Labor Day Weekend Interview

2018 is the 45th anniversary of the 45 “The Morning After.” Maureen McGovern discusses that song, other movie and television songs, her years on the MDA Labor Day Weekend Telethon, music executive Russ Regan, and highlights of her latest album. …

The post Fabulous Flip Sides–Maureen McGovern Labor Day Weekend Interview appeared first on Goldmine Magazine.

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BBC Music Magazine The BBC Proms return to Dubai in 2019

Classical-Music.com The BBC Proms return to Dubai in 2019

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After a successful 2017 debut, the BBC Proms Dubai will be returning to the United Arab Emirates in early 2019 with a programme of traditional classical repertoire, British music and new commissions.

The festival will take place from 19 to 22 March 2019, opening with the world premiere of a new work by British-Lebanese composer Bushra El-Turk. ‘Throughout my career I have hoped for my music to be a meeting point between cultures,’ says El-Turk. ‘I feel honoured, as a composer of British and Middle Eastern heritage, that I have been selected to represent these cultures through my piece Tmesis.’ El-Turk’s piece will be followed by Korngold’s Violin Concerto, with Karen Gomyo as soloist, and extracts from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet.

 

 

Other concerts in the four-day festival include a concert of choral music spanning the last century, several Late Night Proms and of course the legendary Last Night of the Proms, with the BBC Singers performing alongside the Dubai Opera Festival Chorus. They will be joined by baritone Roderick Williams to sing the Last Night classics, including Rule, Britannia! and Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1.

600 Promming tickets will be available each day, starting at AED 50 (£10). The concerts will all be recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 3, presented by Petroc Trelawny.

 

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Classic Album Sundays Classic Album Sundays Oslo presents Kate Bush ‘The Sensual World’ with Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy

Classic Album Sundays founder and BBC 6music host Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy joins Kent Horne in Oslo on Thursday 27th September 2018 to look back at one of the greatest vocalists of all time.

An enchanting songstress, Kate Bush reflects the most heavenly views of love on the aptly titled The Sensual World. The follow-up to Hounds of Love features Bush unafraid to be a temptress, vocally and lyrically. She’s a romantic, frolicking over lust and love, but also a lover of life and its spirituality. The album’s title track exudes the most sensually abrasive side of Bush, but she is also one to remain emotionally intact with her heart and head. The majority of The Sensual World beams with a carefree spirit of strength and independence. “Love and Anger,” which features blistering riffs by Bush’s mentor and cohort David Gilmour, thrives on self-analysis — typically cathartic of Bush.

Join us to experience this album as never before.

The album is available to buy here.


Read more: Kate Bush “Hounds of Love” presented by Ben Murphy


Oslo

Time & Date: Thursday 27th September 2018 19:00 – 21:00

Venue

Deichman Main Public Library

Tickets

NOK 120 / 60 in advance here

Presenters

Kent Horne with Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy

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Classic Album Sundays [ Past ] Classic Album Sundays Oslo presents Nick Drake ‘Bryter Layter’ with Joe Boyd

We are delighted to be joined by producer Joe Boyd on for two events in Oslo, the first of which will feature Nick Drake’s Bryter Layter on Thursday 30th August.

Nick Drake’s poignant lyrics and exquisite guitar playing has made him a posthumous cult figure. He has also been an inspiration to many musicians including REM, Dream Academy, Lucinda Williams, Paul Weller, Robyn Hitchcock and too many more to mention. His first two albums were produced by Joe Boyd who discovered Drake and has his own interesting story to tell (including his part when Bob Dylan went electric at Newport Jazz Festival).


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Listen: Classic Album Sundays and Joe Boyd on Nick Drake ‘Five Leaves Left’ at Camp Bestival

Oslo

Time & Date: Thursday 30th August  2018 19:00 – 21:00

Venue

Deichman Main Public Library

Tickets

NOK 150 / 75 in advance here

Presenters

Kent Horne w/producer Joe Boyd

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Classic Album Sundays Classic Album Sundays Oslo presents Blondie ‘Parallel Lines’ with Ando Woltmann

Originally born out of the New York punk rock scene of the mid-1970s, the band made a surprising shift toward more pop-oriented material on this album, a deft mix of new wave, pop and disco produced by Mike Chapman.

In a sense, that time has long passed: Blondie, like contemporaries such as the Cars and the UK’s earliest New Pop artists specialized in whipsmart chart music created by and for adults, a trick that has all but vanished from the pop landscape. Parallel Lines, however, is practically a blueprint for the stuff: “Picture This” and “One Way or Another” are exuberant new wave, far looser than the stiff, herky-jerky tracks that would go on to characterize that sound in the 80s; “Will Anything Happen?” and the band’s cover of the Nerves’ “Hanging on the Telephone” are headstrong rock; “11:59” does run-for-the-horizon drama, while “Sunday Girl” conveys a sense of elegance. The record’s closest thing to a ballad, the noirish “Fade Away and Radiate”, owes a heavy debt to the art-pop of Roxy Music.

Join us to experience this album as never before.

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Read more: Album of The Month Blondie ‘Parallel Lines’

Listen: Blondie ‘Parallel Lines’ Legacy Playlist

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Oslo

Time & Date: Sunday 16th September 2018 15:00 – 17:00

Venue

Laboratoriet (Kulturhuset)

Tickets

NOK 120 / 60 in advance here

Presenters

Kent Horne w/King Midas vocalist and journalist Ando Woltmann

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