Posts filed under: sound

Legendary musician died April 21 at his Minnesota home © LAKANA What killed Prince is no longer a mystery. The legendary singer died from an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl, a medical examiner concluded. Prince self-administered the fentanyl, and...
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TROY – “Thriller” drummer Ndugu Chancler will take the stage with TROY students when Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music hosts “Groovin’ with the Stars,” a musical showcase featuring student group POPulus and the TROY Jazz Ensemble. The...
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Colours of the Culture On a late summer night, Bullitt Bar is mobbed with bodies rigidly avoiding contact. The air is heavy. At the end of the bar, a DJ fidgets. Then Niko Is bounds out and throws an arm...
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Few organizations are as invested in the advancement of good Orlando music as promoterNorsekorea. Their latest gospel-spreading campaign is Orlando Is Tight, a colorful compilation featuring top delegates like False Punk, American Party Machine, Moonmen from Mars, Waxed and the...
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At 33 years old, Orlando Philharmonic’s new Music Director Eric Jacobsen not only guides the Orlando Phil’s sound, he’s also the founding member of the string quartet “Brooklyn Rider” and leads a cutting edge chamber orchestra called “The Knights.” As a...
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