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Rod McKuen (1933 -2015)

Rod McKuen was best known for his own poetry, written and recorded, but he was also among the first to translate Jacques Brel into English. “Seasons in the Sun” . 67 more words

Popular Music

More great music coming your way tonight!

Yes we’re going to be ‘Feeling Good’ tonight when Joanne Arrowsmith and Christopher James AKA Feeling Good are with us..

appearing for the first time at Chapter 12 they perform hits from Kings of Leon, Soft Cell, Bob Marley and many more…


Zoe Keating vs. Darth Vader in "Culture Wars VI; Return Of The Artist"

Currrently, there is a whole lot of flap and furore going on about Zoe Keating and the draconian policies that Google/ YouTube are attempting to smack her (and, presumably, every other artist who uses their service) down with.  1,619 more words


Pop Music for Spring 2015 for Men’s & Women’s Choirs

by Jen Sper & Rachel Steele, School Choral Specialists

If you’re planning a concert of popular music with your choir this spring, we’ve got some great recommendations for you! 364 more words

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It will certainly might seem embarrassing should the popular music your wedding actually competed for the right situations. Please check with individual furnishing popular music your wedding pertaining to help on popular music to pick out or simply time pertaining to unique melodies. 411 more words

Down memory lane: the cricket calypsos of 1950 and 1971

Veteran cricket watchers would have heard these at some time or the other. Now they are easily available on the net.

The most famous cricket calypso would be “Cricket, lovely cricket” composed by Lord Kitchener and sung here by Lord Beginner. 495 more words