articles tagged "Music"

Monday, September 23rd — David Bicknase’s Music for the Chakras

Thursday, 19 September 2013 | Access Hour

Local pianist and composer David Bicknase presents keyboard music of his own composition and reads descriptive meditiations that he’s put together to help us focus on the appropriate chakras and gain some relaxation and insight into this life. more »

WORT Underground Stage at Willy St. Fair!

Wednesday, 18 September 2013 | Sybil Augustine
2013 Willy St Fair

Stage lineups have been announced for this year’s festivities. On Sunday, Sept. 22 from noon-7 pm, six fantastic bands will rock the WORT Underground Stage!!! WORT DJs will be spinning music between sets. We’ll also be having a huge blowout sale at our largest vinyl & CD sale of the year. Here’s the scoop: 2013 WORT UNDERGROUND STAGE 12:00 Oedipus Tex [eerie semi acoustic girl/guy harmonies] 1:10 Cowboy Winter [garage soul, soulful garage] 2:20 4 Aspirin Morning [ska & hardcore] 3:30 Dick the Bruiser [post punk] 4:40 Venus in Furs [all female surf punk] 5:50 White Mystery [noisy garage rock] See more information and all the stage lineups here: http://www.cwd.org/community/events/willy-street-fair/ http://www.cwd.org/willy-street-fair-september-21-22/ more »

A Gringa’s Guide to the Madison World Music Festival!

Thursday, 12 September 2013 | Sybil Augustine
Performing Indian symphonic string music Thurs. Sept 19, 5 pm at the Memorial Union Terrace.

Susan Kepecs’ “Cultural Oyster” gives an overview of the acts appearing at the Madison World Music Festival this year at the Memorial Union and Willy St. Fair. Read and watch videos of several visiting artists on her blog. http://www.culturaloysterwut.blogspot.com/2013/09/a-gringas-guide-to-madison-world-music.html?utm_source=September+10th+Newsletter&utm_campaign=September+10th+newsletter&utm_medium=email more »

Monday, September 16 — Brian and Matt with Jimi Hendrix

Tuesday, 10 September 2013 | Access Hour
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Brian and Matt host this year’s Jimi Hendrix show again, running closely in conjunction with his passing (September 18, 1970) and focusing on the Experience’s early stage shows in 1966-1967, as well as the development and release of their groundbreaking album “Are You Experienced?.” As they do so well, they’ll be featuring some pretty rare and unreleased live performances and studio outtakes. more »

Syrian Unrest Stirs Deep Emotions

Sunday, 8 September 2013 | Salamat
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This week your host Sabi Atteyih celebrates Syrian poet Nizar Qabbani’s theme of love for country and reports on Syrian issues, UN Security Council actions, international law violations, and the Americans For Democracy in Egypt demonstrations in Michigan. Also, news from Tunisia, Turkey, Lebanon, and the Syrian village of Ma’loula. With music from Iraqi American oud musician Rahim AlHaj.     Photo by Kunal Palkar more »

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