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  • Untouchable musicians are trapped at the bottom of India's caste system. Battling life's struggles, they keep their spirit ...
  • ... stories barefoot," says Alex Hwang, lead singer/songwriter for L.A.'s Run River North , standing shoeless before an intimate audience ... tracing their own personal and spiritual journeys through song . [scald=49370:kl_image_ original _context ... in those moments where they swing from quiet reveries of soft vocals and strings to bombastic guitar and drum passages draped with ...
  • ... "Celtic Thunder Show " features an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional "Mountains of Mourne" and "Come ... time. Together their affinity for a great popular song with outstanding live performances, pay homage to Celtic roots. The ...
  • ... Amarante's full performance on KCET-TV. Click here for future air dates. Rodrigo Amarante never chose to stay in Los ... Little Joy with Binki Shapiro. Moretti also did a bit of work on Amarante's solo album, "Cavalo." After staying in Los Angeles ...
  • ... discussion. But that's not her only outlet. Listen to a song she wrote for her husband while he was deployed overseas. ... into our room to climb in our empty bed. Only thoughts of us running through my head. I'm trying to be strong, and I'm going to ...
  • ... in those moments where they swing from quiet reveries of soft vocals and strings to bombastic guitar and drum passages draped with ... 2-3 different instruments over the course of a single song .  As their name suggests, Run River North have rolled towards ...
  • ... was Bonnie? A silent film actress perhaps? The daughter of a city founder? [scald=74751:kl_image_ original _context] ... Red Hot Chili Peppers also referred to the street in the song "Slow Cheetah": Any other day and I might play a funeral march ...
  • ... cop shooting, a once-golden U.S. company filing for the biggest bankruptcy in our history on top of the unseemly, increasingly desperate acts of a once-Golden state--all ...
  • ... — or is it just a simple longing to communicate? All of those are theories, but scientists don't seem to have reached a consensus. ... described by ocean acoustician Mark A. McDonald as a "non- song communicative" call... "D" call of the blue whale ...

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