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Spain's Mártires del Compás Cancels U.S. Tour

Published September 20, 2005
The popular Seville-based Spanish “Flamenco-Billy” rockers cite a delay in obtaining a U.S. work visa for the cancelation.

Gilles Peterson

Ether Records to Release 'Gilles Peterson Presents The BBC Sessions'

Published September 20, 2005
CD includes exclusive tracks from N*E*R*D,  Beck, the Roots, Amp Fiddler, Nitin Sawnhey,  Bjork, Roots Manuva, Beth Gibbons, Plantlife, Peven Everett, Spektrum, Jade Fox, The Heritage Orchestra and others.

Brazilian Artist Curumin Releases New CD, Achados e Perdidos

Published September 19, 2005
The new release pairs frenetic, Afro-beat with samba rhythms that nod to everyone from Milton Nascimento to Fela Kuti.

Lila Downs

New NPR CD Compilation Features a Variety of World Music Artists

Published September 19, 2005
One World Many Voices volume features global artists and new, unusual or classic performances. Lila Downs, Caetan Veloso, Miriam Makeba and Tinariwen are among the featured artists.

Jazz Veteran Herbie Hancock Enjoys Crossover Hit with 'Possibilities'

Published September 19, 2005
The latest CD by the jazz keyboard legend features a slew of big-name collaborators. Santana, Angelique Kidjo, Paul Simon, Christina Aguilera and Raul Midon all make appearances.
Style: Jazz

Steve Earle

Operation Ceasefire Concert Coming to D.C. this Saturday

Published September 19, 2005
Rally seeks to bring the troops home from Iraq. Punk rocker Jello Biafra will host.

Daddy Yankee

LATV Announces Fall Lineup

Published September 19, 2005
LATV’s September appearances include reggaeton poster boy Daddy Yankee, Mexican rock supergroup Jaguares, and Warped Tour favorites Go Betty Go.

21st Century Algerian Roots Music by Fantazia to be Featured on BBC

Published September 15, 2005
A live session by Fantazia will air on Andy Kershaw's BBC Radio 3 program on September 18.

Smithsonian Folkways to Release Mighty Sparrow's First Flight: Early Calypsos CD

Published September 15, 2005
18-track CD documents seminal early career of calypso king. Mighty Sparrow will also tour the U.S. this fall.

John Prine Named Artist of the Year at the 4th Annual Americana Music Honors and Awards

Published September 15, 2005
The acclaimed singer-songwriter's Fair & Square album spent nine weeks atop the Billboard Americana chart.

Tom and Joy

Tom and Joy's Antigua to be Released October 18

Published September 15, 2005
The Parisian bossa nova duo grooves gently, sweetly through the tropics.

Apollo Nove aka Apollo 9

Brazilian Producer Apollo Nove to Release Debut Album

Published September 15, 2005
Cibelle, Seu Jorge, Tita Lima, Holly, Fred 04 and Céu make guest appearances on Res Inexplicata Volans, out on Ziriguiboom/Crammed Discs on October 3.

Photo by Don Schlitten

Blue Note to Release Newly Discovered Thelonious Monk-John Coltrane Live Recording

Published September 15, 2005
The two jazz legends performed at New York's Carnegie Hall in 1957. The show was recorded but the tapes were only found this year.

Joss Stone

Two Katrina Benefit Concerts to Take Place Simultaneously in NYC

Published September 15, 2005
"From the Big Apple to the Big Easy" will fill Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall

New Santana Album, All That I Am, to be Released November 1

Published September 13, 2005
First single from the album will be "I'm Feeling you," featuring Michelle Branch

Bi Kidude

Bi Kidude to be Presented with WOMEX Award

Published September 13, 2005
Zanzibar's most famous cultural ambassador will be honored.

Black Eyed Peas

Live 8 DVD Set to be Released

Published September 13, 2005
All major performers from the recent concerts will be featured on the 4-disc set.

Alejandro Fernandez, Chayanne and Marc Anthony to Perform Katrina Benefit Shows in Miami

Published September 13, 2005
The three major Latin stars are turning over proceeds from their weekend concerts to the relief effort.

Ashish Soni

Ashish Soni, India's Leading Designer, to Showcase at New York Fashion Show

Published September 13, 2005
The first Indian designer to hold a solo fashion show, Soni has evolved into one of the hottest names in the fashion industry today.

Miles Davis' 1970s Snakeskin jacket

Jazz Foundation Auction Will Benefit Musicians Hurt by Katrina

Published September 12, 2005
Memorabilia, instruments, art, even private lessons and recording sessions will be sold to raise money for musicians in need.

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