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GMCW seeks Director of Development

About Us The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC (GMCW) is an internationally recognized organization that inspires equality, justice, and inclusion through the performing arts. Our organization is comprised of a 300-member flagship chorus, the GenOUT Youth Chorus for LGBTQ+ and allied young people ages 13-18, the chamber ensemble Rock Creek Singers, the a cappella group Potomac Fever, the gospel/inspirational ensemble Seasons of Love, and the dance troupe 17th Street Dance. Since ...
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The 8 best Airbnbs in Washington, DC, from Dupont Circle to Capitol Hill

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb Visitors flock to DC for its history, iconic landmarks, top-notch restaurants, and world-class museums.Airbnbs are a safer option than hotels, and range from Victorian rowhouses to penthouses with views. We rounded up the best Airbnbs in Washington, DC, ranging from $98 to $500 per night.There's far more to Washington, DC than politics and the National Mall. Whether you're in town to see the iconi...
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Trail Mix: On the Rise

Four Southern Artists, You Need to Hear If you’re searching for new tunes this fall, check out the sounds of these four emerging regional acts. Kelsey Waldon Listen If You Like: Loretta Lynn, Nikki Lane  The Sound: Originally from the small community of Monkey’s Eyebrow, Ky., Waldon possesess a classic country voice and wry wit that helped her earn a loyal following when she moved to Nashville and started diligently working the local singer-songwriter circuit. That effort co...
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The best things to do in Skagit

Between the cities of Seattle and Vancouver lies Skagit County, Washington, a region of just over 100,000 people best known as an agricultural hub. But the Skagit Valley has much more than just farmland. Breathtaking saltwater views give way to tulip fields, accessed by an expansive system of hiking trails winding their way through the countryside. Add famous bridges, a restored silent movie house, and a few bald eagles and you get the perfect excuse to turn into an area many pass right throu...
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The ‘Suspiria’ Remake is an Hour Longer Than the Original

Dario Argento‘s 1977 horror classic Suspiria runs for a lean, mean 98 minutes. But for his remake, Luca Guadagnino wants more. So much so that his take on the material is going to run a full hour more than Argento’s. That’s right: the Suspiria remake runtime is a whopping 152 minutes long. Plus: original Suspiria composers Goblin will “live score” Argento’s film in an upcoming tour. Suspiria Remake Runtime The extremely long runtime of the Suspiria remake was confirmed by the film’s Twitt...
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Fall Out Boy To Headline 'March for Our Lives' Benefit Concert

Concert promoters I.M.P. And The Anthem in Washington, D.C., announced a benefit concert “Stay Amped” to support the March for Our Lives movement. The March 23 show will feature Fall Out Boy, G-Eazy, BeBe Rexha and others. "We have sons in high school,  so our reaction was visceral.” Fall Out Boy is curating the lineup and is “working with additional superstar guests” according to the announcement. The concert is scheduled for the evening before the March For Our Lives event to be hel...
Tags: Music, Florida, Washington, FLO, Music Business, Live & Touring, Bruce Houghton, Westmoreland, Mark Kelly, Gabrielle Giffords, Donna Westmoreland, Giffords, Bebe Rexha, Lincoln Theatre, Parkland Florida, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Acoustic Guitar: How Composer Scott Joplin’s Sizzling Syncopations Inspired Ragtime Guitar As We Know It

  Bob Evans - Maple Leaf Rag (Composed Joplin, Arranged Evans) Scott Joplin (c.1867-1917) is profiled at, which features a Bibliography and comprehensive Works List by Dr. Dominique-René de Lerma, Acoustic Guitar From the August 2017 issue of Acoustic Guitar | BY  STEPHEN BOISSON This year marks the centennial anniversary of ragtime innova...
Tags: White House, Religion, America, Alice, Harlem, Joplin, Theodore Roosevelt, Gary Davis, Dave Van Ronk, Sedalia Missouri, Lincoln Theatre, John Stark, William J Zick, Dominique Rene de Lerma, Scott Joplin, U S Marine Band

‘Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!’ Launching a 10th Anniversary Tour

It might sound hard to believe, but it’s been 10 years since Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim brought Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! to Adult Swim. To celebrate the milestone anniversary, the duo are heading out on the road for a North American tour this summer with 18 live shows spread out across the country over the span of a month. Get details on the Tim and Eric 10 year anniversary tour after the jump. Here’s the video with plenty of kisses being blow and trademark absurdity from Ti...
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A Double Dose of Keller Williams

Throughout his lengthy career Keller Williams has proven to be prolific and musically fearless—a singer-songwriter constantly evolving how his songs are presented. Starting as an acoustic troubadour more than two decades ago, Williams has consistently tested the limits of what a single musician should be able to do, and at the same time he’s juggled fronting a variety of bands that cover a wide range of genres, from funk to reggae to bluegrass. Late last month the Fredericksburg, Va.,-based, mul...
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Song of the Mountains is Virginia's New State TV Series

Marion, VA -- Virginia is for Lovers and the state loves Song of the Mountains a syndicated music television series taped in Marion and aired nation wide on PBS. The state House of Representatives and the Senate have siged a resolution making the program the state's TV Series. Virginia has many state symbols including the state songs, state folklore center and others. Song of the Mountains joins the list of official symbols and icons. The program features music with roots in the Appalachian Mou...
Tags: Mountains, Senate, Virginia, House Of Representatives, Pbs, Southwest, Marion, APPALACHIA, Dukes, John Cowan, Appalachian Mountains, Lincoln Theatre, Virginia House, Marion Virginia, Marion VA Virginia, Appalachian Music Heritage Foundation AMH

2017 Helen Hayes Award Nominations Announced; COME FROM AWAY Nabs 14 Nominations

The 2017 Helen Hayes Award nominations were announced tonight. A line-up of leading theatre artists announced nominations in 47 categories of artistic excellence. Award recipients will be announced at the Helen Hayes Awards gala event to be held at the Lincoln Theatre on Monday, May 15 with an after-party hosted at Washington's legendary 930 Club. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Wynton Marsalis & Igor Butman Perform for Carmel Institute

Wynton Marsalis took center stage at DC’s historic Lincoln Theatre Renowned jazz musicians Igor Butman and Wynton Marsalis took center stage at DC’s historic Lincoln Theatre to celebrate the fifth anniversary of AU’s groundbreaking Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History, which was established to promote cultural diplomacy and educational exchange between the United States and Russia. More than 1,200 guests and students from American University, Georgetown University, Geo...
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Official IBMA Kick-Off Party with Lonesome River Band

Raleigh, NC -- The Official International Bluegrass Association’s World of Bluegrass Kick-Off Party, sponsored by Moonstruck Management, will feature Lonesome River Band who are nominated for four IBMA Awards this year. The party will take place on Tuesday, September 27, 6:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Theatre located 126 E Cabarrus Street in Raleigh. Music fans will be admitted with an IBMA Business Conference Badge, or a Bluegrass Ramble wristband. Shuttle service will be offered for conference att...
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New Music: James Blake Feat. Vince Staples “Timeless”

“Timeless” is one of the best cuts off James Blake’s The Colour in Anything album, and now it gets even better thanks to Vince Staples. The Long Beach rapper, who showed how good he can be over a James Blake beat on his Prima Donna EP, goes in with a relentless, two-minute verse about heartbreak in the hood. The pair debuted this new version during Blake’s set at Glastonbury earlier this summer, but you can finally enjoy it in its CDQ glory below (and on iTunes here). Listen below… ...
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Virtual Reality: What It Really Means For The Music Industry

[UPDATED] Curious what all the fuss is about? Here we take a concise look at what virtual reality means for the music industry, and what sort of experience you as fan can expect as this new technology becomes an increasingly commonplace part of the music experience. ___________________________ Guest Post by Casey Specht on Reverbnation What does Virtual Reality Mean for the Music Industry? The Weeknd and FOALS are doing it, Facebook is creating a team dedicated to it, and Univers...
Tags: Facebook, Samsung, Guest Post, Music Business, Music Tech, How I Listen, Raleigh, Universal Music Group, Mike Doernberg, Lincoln Theatre, Casey Specht, Mike Stipe

Virtual Reality: What Are It Really Means For The Music Industry

Curious what all the fuss is about? Here we take a concise look at what virtual reality means for the music industry, and what sort of experience you as fan can expect as this new technology becomes an increasingly commonplace part of the music experience. ___________________________ Guest Post by Casey Specht on Reverbnation What does Virtual Reality Mean for the Music Industry? The Weeknd and FOALS are doing it, Facebook is creating a team dedicated to it, and Universal Music G...
Tags: Facebook, Samsung, Guest Post, Music Business, Music Tech, How I Listen, Raleigh, Universal Music Group, Mike Doernberg, Lincoln Theatre, Casey Specht, Mike Stipe

Troublesome Hollow with Tim White at Carter Fold March 19

Hiltons, VA -- Saturday, March 19th, 2016, at 7:30 p.m., the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, will present a concert of bluegrass music by Troublesome Hollow with Tim White. Troublesome Hollow was originally formed in Hickory Tree, Tennessee, in the mid 1970s. The band recorded five projects between 1979 and 1989. Through most of these years, the band centered on the brother duo of Donnie and Gary Ollis and banjo picker Tim White. The early years of the band also included the dynamic sin...
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New Video: Remy Banks “n1go.”

Remy Banks gets BAPEd out in The Big Smoke in the video for “n1go.,” his Black Noi$e-produced tribute to the brand’s famed founder Nigo. Rocking the classic A Bathing Ape camo jacket, the World’s Fair MC cruises round the London streets at night while sparking up a spliff. “n1go.” is taken from Remy’s debut solo project higher., which you can download here. Watch below… Remy Banks will be hitting the road with Flatbush Zombies on their 3001: A Laced Odyssey tour this Spring. Check out th...
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Gay Men's Chorus goes country

The D.C. Cowboys will reunite for a performance with the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington. The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington presents "Boots, Class & Sass" at Lincoln Theatre on The chorus will perform country songs from Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, songs from "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" and "Paint Your Wagon" with a live country band.
Tags: Texas, Washington, Lincoln Theatre, D C Cowboys, Reba McEntire Dolly Parton Johnny Cash

New Video: Flatbush Zombies “Bounce”

Like a street version of Crash, Flatbush Zombies’ lives collide in the video for their latest single, “Bounce.” Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Arc Elliott play a car thief, an underground fighter and a crooked cop, respectively, who eventually get caught up in a shootout. Let’s just say things don’t turn out so well for Meech. “Bounce” is taken from Flatbush Zombies’ official debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey, which drops March 11. Check out the tracklisting (along with the Zombies’ tour...
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Horse Archer Productions Leaving Song of the Mountains

Marion, VA. After the recent dismissal of host, Tim White, Horse Archer expresses their disapproval through bold decision. Horse Archer Productions has announced that unless Tim White returns as host, it will fulfill its obligations with the Lincoln Theater through its contract period but will not return to Song of the Mountains in 2016. The company, based in Floyd County, VA, took over production in 2014 just a few weeks before the new season began on a one year contract and had signed a one ...
Tags: Mountains, America, White, Tim, Marion Va, Tim White Horse Archer, Horse Archer Productions, Tim White, Lincoln Theater, Floyd County VA, Sean Kotz, White Had, Mr White, Kotz, Horse Archer, Chris Valluzzo

Lincoln Theatre “Song of the Mountains” Reorganization

Marion, VA -- The Lincoln Theatre Board of Directors voted at its most recent meeting to makes changes to the structure of its nationally-syndicated public television concert series Song of the Mountains®. The program will be put on a short hiatus while the theatre completes a rebranding process by developing more innovative programming, creating new partnerships and securing additional financial support, as it enters its second decade on the air. “Millions of people across America are familiar ...
Tags: Mountains, America, Lincoln, Pbs, White, Board, Marion, Tim, Doc Watson, Doyle Lawson, Town Council, Horse Archer Productions, Tim White, Lincoln Theatre, Lincoln Theatre Board of Directors, Edward Damer

‘This is M.E.’ embraces Melissa Etheridge’s musical spectrum

RELATED LINKS Melissa Etheridge gives backstage tour of her traveling guitar collection Bob Dylan’s complete Basement Tapes’ surface for the first time After many generations, the Allman Brothers Band goes out on a high note GWEN IFILL: We end the night with a change of pace: my conversation with rock legend Melissa Etheridge on how her life and her music are changing. MELISSA ETHERIDGE, Musician: All this is my favorite. GWEN IFILL: Oh, my gosh. Look at that. How old would you say that is? ...
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