Raleigh Television Network's Live Music Show Premieres This Week. Can It Be More Than Lip Service to the Arts?
On a Friday morning in late February, I stepped into a television studio to watch the premiere of a pilot.
Damien Graham, the City of Raleigh's communications director, had invited the media to the humble offices of the municipally funded Raleigh Television Network to see the start of a program he'd been pushing since his first days on the job last June. Members of the city council, Graham told me two weeks earlier, had immediately approached him about boosting the network's output, of making it a centralized beacon for stories of the community's creativity.
Source: Indyweek Website
THE ANDERSON PLANS TO CONTINUE MAGNUM'S LIVE-MUSIC LEGACY
It's rarely good news when a long-standing and beloved bar shuts its doors and opens as something completely different. But that wasn't the case this past week when the space formerly known as Magnum Lounge reopened as the Anderson. "Miami is a city that likes change," says Anderson co-owner EladZvi. "People are open-minded, so there was no negativity when we took over. We wanted to do it in a way that didn't hurt the old Magnum. So my partner and I sat down and asked, 'Why did people love it?' We wanted to capture Magnum's feeling but clean it up a bit."
Source: Miaminewtimes Website
What's on Today: Exhibitions, theatre, live music and Polish culture
International designers gather at Shanghai Exhibition Centre to showcase their cutting-edge work at Asia's biggest design event. Join over 40,000 visitors who cram into the 4-day event year on year to get some inspiration.
Meet-up with the Shanghai Data Science group at Agora Space and discuss sociological statistics, essential knowledge for people working in human resources, marketing, advertising and more.
Source: Shanghaiist Website
New report on Bristol’s live music scene calls for more political support for grass roots venues and promoters
A new report by UK Music and Buckinghamshire New University focused on the live music scene in Bristol has revealed that 50% of the city’s venues have been affected by development, noise or planning issues, which – says the study – “poses a huge threat to the future of this vibrant ecosystem”. The music industry group teamed up with the university to conduct a census of live music in Bristol on the back of the various concerns expressed in recent years about the challenges facing grass roots venues in the UK
Source: Completemusicupdate Website
Carson City area live music
Live music with Terri Campillo and Craig Fletcher from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday at Glen Eagles, 3700 N. Carson St. Campillo and Fletcher are joined by Mick Valentino on Thursday and Rocky Tatterelli on Friday and Saturday.
Today and Yesterday’s County & Rock with Nevada Hazzurd at 8 p.m. Friday at Genoa Bar, 2282 Main St., Genoa.
Voodoo Cowboys at 7 p.m. today and 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.
Source: Nevadaappeal Website