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Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra - Strength in Numbers

There is a serious big band push to Strength in Numbers, the new disc from the Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra. The Grammy-nominated composer, arranger, trombonist, and vocalist fronts an impressive group of New York players and sinks every ounce of his creative impulse into the material, delivering a set of music that seamlessly explores countless tones and textures.

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Bishi Burro

It took a monumental effort just to get 63 boxes of bikes, tools, clothing, and equipment to Denver Airport to fly with me to Kabul. It took an even bigger one to get them released from Kabul Airport customs house.   240 more words

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What TWO Can DO L4L.19

The WORD

‘The Pharisees replied, “You are making those claims about yourself! Such testimony is not valid.” Jesus told them, “These claims are valid even though I make them about myself. 1,183 more words

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Strength in NUMBERS interview: Rapper, Rekstizzy

In this Strength in NUMBERS interview I chat with rapper Rekstizzy. He’s on the high-energy, east coast feel type of song, “Oh Yeah!” with rappers Jaeki and Hoya off the Strength in NUMBERS album – and one of my personal favorites on the album. 90 more words

Strength in NUMBERS interview: Rapper, singer and songwriter, Joanlee

In this Strength in NUMBERS interview I speak with rapper, singer, and songwriter, Joanlee. Joanlee was featured on two songs off the Strength in NUMBERS album, … 79 more words

Strength in NUMBERS interview: Music producer, CHOPS


This interview is with the creator of the Strength in NUMBERS music project itself, @chopsmusic! Watch as we talk about how he started in music, the Mountain Brothers, how he came up with the idea for Strength in NUMBERS project, and where he sees the project going now. 30 more words

Strength in NUMBERS interview: Rappers Timothy Flu and Jeniside


Interview with Atlanta-based rapper, Timothy Flu and Jeniside from the Yellow Boyz. We talk about how they both started in music, being a part of the Strength in NUMBERS project, illegally downloading the Mountain Brothers albums, and what it’s like to be an Asian MC in Atlanta. 51 more words