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Three Years of Mousertainment

I don’t know what seems stranger and more amazing to me – that I’m kicking off my fourth year of writing this blog, that I got introduced to Disney Parks entertainment… 693 more words


Friday Night in Ottawa

On Friday January 12th, 2018 Two of Ottawa’s hottest bands warmed up a frosty Friday. Ottawa Life Magazine’s (OLM) reader poll awarded The PepTides as “Ottawa’s Best Band”, they were opened by OLM’s “Ottawa’s Best Musician” … 252 more words


Allen Toussaint’s legacy

Ranking among America’s most influential and versatile musical figures, Allen Toussaint excelled as a songwriter, arranger, session pianist, and producer. His influence extends across the popular music landscape; though he is most often associated with the music of his native New Orleans, he enjoyed success in R&B, jazz, country, blues, and pop. 154 more words


Andrew Clarkston: What Else is He Gonna Do?

Audio by Valerie Lopez, Words by Richard Goodwin

URGENT PSA: Get out and see Andrew Clarkston in the next two days! He’s doing the following shows: 459 more words


Ruth Brown’s legacy

Ruth Brown’s recordings—including, just for starters, 5-10-15 hours, (Mama) He treats your daughter mean, and Oh what a dream—have come to define for generations of music lovers the epitome of 1950s-era… 96 more words


When The Show Is Over, What Remains?

We don’t go to the movies much. Our choice.

But I’d wanted to see The Greatest Showman because I’ve always had a fascination with P. T. 507 more words

Palghat Raghu finds a teacher

In a 1995 interview, Palghat R. Raghu recalled how he became a disciple of the legendary Palghat T.S. Mani Iyer.

“I was born in Rangoon. 239 more words