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Northern LIVE Forecast: Virtual swan song for Virtual Music in the Park and Virtual Live After 5

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Alt.Latino’s Summer Music Haul : Alt.Latino

Carlos Vives leans into his Colombian roots on his latest album, Cumbiana. Andres Oyuela/Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle caption Andres Oyuela/Courtesy of the artist Carlos Vives leans into his Colombian roots on his latest album, Cumbiana. Andres Oyuela/Courtesy of the artist Summer normally has an air of freedom, but we all have our […]

Troy’s Summer Square music series adds dates

Events below. Music runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7: Mark and Jill. Roots-blues-country duo. Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Courtyard. Saturday, Aug. 8: Jordan Taylor Hill. Djembe-African-hip-hop. Monument Square. Friday, Aug. 14: Quintocracy. Wind quintet. Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Courtyard . Saturday, Aug. 15:  Dust Bowl Faeries. Post-punk-gypsy-circus fusion. Monument […]

College of Music works on covid tuneup to keep students safe

When musicians play the flute, they forcefully blow air over the top of the mouthpiece, thereby splitting the air with half shooting several feet in front of the player, the other half flying through the instrument and soaring for many feet beyond the flute. If this amount of detail about flute playing causes you to […]

Save Your Google Play Music Library Before It Disappears

Image: Google By the end of 2020, Google Play Music will join the ever-growing list of dead Google products. If you’ve ever used the service to store music—one of its best features—you need to back up or transfer your songs now, because they’ll all disappear in several months’ time. You can keep using Google Music […]

Tim Birchard never stops the music

Write, record and release. That’s the pattern for local musician Tim Birchard, a pattern he’s followed for the past decade or so with regards to his music career – “career” being a loose term as Birchard doesn’t make music to pay the bills. Nor does he set foot on local stages, route potential tours or […]

Music Series in Vernon County Parks begins August 12

VIROQUA, Wis. (WXOW) – The Friends of Vernon County Parks and Forests are hosting a series of open-air and socially distanced music events starting on August 12. The shows are at either Sidie Hollow Park in Viroqua or Esofea County Park in Westby. Concert goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, drinks, and food. Social […]

Music through a mask, research helps guides performing arts organizations perform safely

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – There has been a long list of things to think about ahead of the new school year during the pandemic, so if music is not your forte, doing it safely could take some extra effort depending on the instrument. Instructors in grade schools, universities, and institutions like the Wausau Conservatory of […]

Coming into her own, Be.Be is excited to finally make music she really loves

From 2014 to 2016, Be.Be was known as Brianna Elise, her first onstage incarnation straight out of high school. During that time, she recorded two EPs for TBeats, “Love, Life” and “He(art).” At the time, she says, she didn’t really appreciate the experience, but she gets it now. Article source: https://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/music/kevin-johnson/coming-into-her-own-be-be-is-excited-to-finally-make-music-she-really-loves/article_a8b23d26-32ee-56d1-9f7b-cfd0a142de64.html

When COVID-19 Canceled Music Festivals, These Banjo Lovers Planned A Virtual One

DAVID GREENE, HOST: All right. Time now for an espresso shot of musical endorphins. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) GREENE: When the pandemic forced summer music festivals to cancel, banjo players felt particularly unstrung. RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: That’s because social distancing is the polar opposite of what banjo festivals are all about. CATHY FINK: Typically, we would […]