Music for the First Sunday of Advent.  Bach’s Nun komm, der…

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Music for the First Sunday of Advent.  Bach’s Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Now come, Savior of the heathens).  First performed on December 2, 1714.“And that, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleepe: for now is our saluation neerer then when we beleeued.
The night is farr...

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Architects live at Royal Albert Hall

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Live shows have been absent from our lives for months now. When the lockdowns started, shows and entire tours had to be canceled, it didn’t take long that bands started to search for alternatives to reach out to the fans and give them the closest experience to a live show that there is right n...

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“AC/DC‘s new album, ‘Power Up’, has shot to Number One in the…

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“AC/DC‘s new album, ‘Power Up’, has shot to Number One in the biggest first-week tally of 2020 so far.The legendary Australian rockers’ 18th record has sold 62,000 copies, overtaking Kylie Minogue who racked up 55,000 chart sales of her new album ‘DISCO’ last week.”Read on.  Mother Earth is healing.

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Spotlight Band: Check out the debut release from new band The Pride

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L to R: Justin Emord, Ryan Haudson, Daniel McGuffey, Brian Sheahan Photo Credit: Paige Sara
 Shining in the spotlight is the alternative rock band, The Pride and their debut single, Over Myself. The infectious new track is off their upcoming EP, Too Damn Late.  due out in early December 2020.

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“It represents a strictly defined time – roughly the 250 years between Vivaldi’s first concerto and Shostakovich’s last – and within that time a strictly defined list of composers from a small number of countries – and within their compositions a strictly defined list of representative works.”

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Stephen Brown reviews John Mauceri’s For The Love of Music.

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Wolfgang Van Halen releases heartfelt debut track Distance, a tribute to his father

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Wolfgang Van Halen has just released his debut track, Distance and it has truly left me speechless. It is a tribute to his father, Eddie Van Halen, and it is an absolute musical gem! When you first listen, you are immediately captivated by Wolfgang’s compelling vocals. His emotionally stirrin...

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Mason Hill release new single “Find My Way”

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Glasgow rock band Mason Hill released their new single “Find My Way” through 7hz Recording (ADA). In September their first single “Against The Wall” was released. By now this song has over 110.000 streams and over 250 plays on the radio in Europe.Lead-singer Scott Taylor o...

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Dancing on the Beach

I want to get well and take my wife dancing. We never go dancing… but she sometimes will dance with me just a bit. The last time was a few years ago at Virginia Beach. I became very fatigued while walking the beach late one night with her and the grandkids so I started back to the motel but they couldn’t find me when they came back…

I had found a band playing and was there listening to them… She came looking for me and we swayed to the music for a while… It was a really good memory. Those little memories are the most wonderful things sometimes. A whole week at the beach boiled down to an hour listening to music and holding hands… swaying… smiling!

The only other memory I have of that trip was Ice Cream… mint chocolate chip… A huge cone. It was good and my grandkids laughing and playing on the beach… They thought I wasn’t having a good time… I was having the best time… just being me. Just being me with them!

Music for a Sunday.  Maurice Ravel’s Kaddish.  1914.  Camille…

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Music for a Sunday.  Maurice Ravel’s Kaddish.  1914.  Camille Thomas on Cello.  Glorified and sanctified be God’s great name throughout the world
which He has created according to His will.
May He establish His kingdom in your lifetime and during your days,
and within the life of the entire House of Is...

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Lionheart bring summer festival feeling into your home with the release of their live record

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Bay Area’s (CA) reigning kings of heavy hardcore first stormed into the scene in 2007 with their debut album: »The Will To Survive«. Taking influence from bands like BLOOD FOR BLOOD, HATEBREED, and MADBALL; LIONHEART came out swingi...

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