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David Byrne Turns A Building Into An Instrument

Published June 2, 2008
Playing The Building: An Installation By David Byrne allows visitors to experience the unique sounds created by the structural design of the Battery Maritime Building.
By Joanna Padovano

Latin Stars Perform In Video That Supports Obama

Published June 2, 2008
Inspired by the John Legend pro-Obama video, producer Andres Levin heads a bi-lingual video that includes appearances by will.i.am, Jessica Alba, George Lopez, and John Leguizamo.

TD Canada Trust Sunfest '08

Published May 30, 2008
From July 03-06/08, TD Canada Trust Sunfest '08 will feature more than 30 top professional headliners representing all the corners of the globe.

The 41st Quebec City Summer Festival

Published May 30, 2008
From July 3 to 13, audiences will be treated to the 41st edition of the Québec City Summer Festival, which this year will showcase no fewer than 200 performers – superstars and up-and-coming talents included.

Jazz Meets World Music at The 30th Annual Harmony Festival

Published May 23, 2008
Motema Music, Jazziz Magazine and Six Degrees Records will co-sponsor Ambiotica Lounge, an after dark venue that will feature performances by cutting edge jazz and world artists.

The Wailers Back On The Road

Published May 23, 2008
The Wailers featuring new singer Elan Atias, continue to bring their summer-infused songs to audiences across America. They plan on touring the U.S. in the spirit of keeping Bob Marley’s sound and message alive.

Thievery Corporation Curates Outernational Tour

Published May 23, 2008
Thievery Corporation is set to headline and curate the Outernational Music Tour, with the likes of TV On The Radio, Gnarls Barkley, and Seu Jorge tagging along.

The Center For Traditional Music And Dance Presents Gala

Published May 23, 2008
The Center for Traditional Music and Dance (CTMD) celebrates forty years of creative collaboration with New York’s immigrant communities by honoring long-time CTMD board members as well as with several live performances.

4th Annual Afro-Punk Festival

Published May 23, 2008

Afro-punk, BAMcinematek and Toyota present the 4th Annual Afro-punk Festival

featuring film, music, art, skateboarding, and other artistic acts.

World Music Institute Presents Brasil Fest!

Published May 23, 2008
The World Music Institute presents in partnership with Raízes da Tradição Institute Brasil & association with SESC SP Brasil Brasil Fest, most notably featuring Berço do Samba de São Mateus.

Latin Percussionist Steve Kroon To Release Third Album

Published May 20, 2008
Kroon-A-Tune Records presents percussionist Steve Kroon's third solo album El Mas Alla (Beyond)

Night Town By Hot Club of Detroit In Stores July 15

Published May 20, 2008
Mack Avenue Records announces the July 15 sophomore release, Night Town, by Hot Club of Detroit. This effort is the follow-up to the group's widely acclaimed 2006 debut CD, Hot Club of Detroit.

The Mickey Hart Band Announces Summer Tour

Published May 20, 2008
Grateful Dead drummer and percussionist Mickey Hart will launch a 20 city tour this summer including appearances at many of the nation¹s premiere music festivals.

Rosa Passos Receives Honorary Doctorate

Published May 16, 2008
Brazilian musician Rosa Passos recently received her honorary doctorate from the Berklee College of Music.

Cordero To Release First All-Spanish Album

Published May 13, 2009
Entitled, De Donde Eres, Cordero’s first all-Spanish album will be released on August 26.

Seu Jorge Returns To The Big Screen

Published May 13, 2008
Singer-actor Seu Jorge will return to the big screen this summer in The Escapist, alongside Brian Cox, Joseph Fiennes and Liam Cunningham.
By Charissa Che

Japan Society On Future Building

Published May 13, 2008
In U.S.-Japan Innovators Network Community Dialogue: Innovation & the Art of Future Building, the Japan Society plans on exploring ways to establish a better future for devastated communities in need of rebuilding.

Songs From ARC Music Label To Be Featured In Indiana Jones

Published May 9, 2008
Two tracks from the ARC Music label will be featured in the upcoming film, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

City That Care Forgot Features Eric Clapton and Willie Nelson

Published May 9, 2008
Music legend Dr. John is set to release his crucial new album, City That Care Forgot, on June 3. The effort will feature appearances by many well-known hitmakers. 

Capercaillie's Roses and Tears

Published May 9, 2008
Capercaillie, Scotland’s finest celtic act, return with their new studio album Roses and Tears, available now.

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