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  • For Joshua Tree-based musician Jimmy King, the blues is a mission to find meaning, a discovery of what matters, and an ... King. On this night, the Jim King Blues Band plays Knuckleheads, a new Temecula blues bar/restaurant that showcases live music. A bevy of vintage guitars, ...
  • <p>Los Angeles jazz icon Vinny Golia latest endeavor is contributing an aural soundscape to the theatrical outing, "Prometheus Bound."</p>
  • <p>French electronic music artist Rone, a.k.a, Erwan Castex, packages exquisite sonic odysseys into the pop format.</p>
  • <p>The story of Native American Matthew DeRoche who identified with both genders and was seen as a spirit worker and healer, a common occurance in many indigenous societal systems.</p>
  • <p>Director KINESYSTEM gives us his latest video for Toyko producer LLLL.</p>
  • American manifestations: Hip hop from Moldova, blues from Romania and a club mix from Poland. Spain's Dusminguet sings about Amerian rhythms. On to Mexico with Cafe Tacuba and Molotov. ...
  • ... residents continues to perform his brand of rhythm and blues . [scald=75389:kl_image_original_context ... the Los Angeles punk scene embraced the group's brand of blues and roots rock at venues like Al's Bar and Cathay de Grande. The Rhythm ... of a nearby table. In his backyard he plays melody and sings harmonies, he announces sections to songs, "Ba ba ba ba - Bass! Da da ...
  • Visitors to the San Diego Public Library can experience more than books. A large-scale visual arts program brings guest curated art exhibitions to its central location and many branches.
  • ... birth, 36-year old mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin not only sings opera, designs a line of jewelry and is a memoirist, but recently ... "Now everything goes into Midi anyway. With [computer programs like] Sibelius or Finale, they can generate these sorts of ...
  • This year's calendar at The Valley Performing Arts Center, under the helm of director Thor Steingraber, is full of innovative programming aimed at appealing to the university's 40,000 plus students and the larger Valley community.

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