Tags » Crescendo

"รู้บ้างไหม (Roo Bahng Mai)" by Crescendo

Title: รู้บ้างไหม / Roo Bahng Mai (Do You Know?)
Artist: Crescendo
Album: Second Chance
Year: 2005

เธอมาเติมดาวให้เต็มขอบฟ้า เธอมาทำให้พระจันทร์เต็มดวง
Tur mah dterm dao hai dtem kaup fah tur mah tum hai prajun dtem duang… 432 more words

Lyric Translations

Crescendo Systems Selects Strasbourg as the Site of its Next European Expansion

Crescendo Systems Selects Strasbourg as the Site of its Next European Expansion.

The Canadian based company has chosen Alsace as the site of its French headquarters in collaboration with the Agence d’Attractivité de l’Alsace (AAA)


"รู้และเข้าใจ (Roo Lae Kao Jai)" by Crescendo

Title: รู้และเข้าใจ / Roo Lae Kao Jai (I Know and Understand)
Artist: Crescendo
Year: 2015

Kwahm bpen jing tee jai kaung chun nune ng gor rup roo… 391 more words

Lyric Translations

O2 arena awarded venue of the year

The O2 arena in Greenwich, London has won the Pollstar International Venue of the Year Award for a record eighth consecutive year.

Well-known artists who appeared at the O2 arena in 2014 included the likes of Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. 204 more words


Music industry brings growth to Ireland

The Irish music industry contributes half a billion Euros to its economy and keeps over 11,500 people in employment. This is according to a study commissioned by the Irish Music Rights Organisation. 409 more words


Sound City boss talks exclusively to Crescendo about the festival business

Liverpool Sound City CEO, Dave Pichilingi has had just about every job possible in the music industry from band member to record label executive. He worked with Liverpool band The Farm during their great chart success and with Tony Wilson at Manchester’s legendary Factory Records. 120 more words


CRESCENDO (by Jonathan Brown): A Review

Crescendo: (A Lou Crasher Mystery)

Jonathan J. Brown

Los Angeles: self-published, 2013

ISBN: 978-0-9885442-0-8

RRP: US$7.99


Crescendo is author Jonathan Brown’s first book, as well as the first in a series centering on the exploits of one Lou Crasher, a expatriate Canadian drummer who is swept up into a rather odd part of the underbelly of Los Angeles. 1,910 more words