Introducing “Pop, Race, and the ’60s” - Article + Audio
"A new Slate Academy asks how, across a decade of integration, rock music became “white”."
Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan and Sam Cooke.
- GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL - 2016:
Rolling Stones' London concerts could set you back over £1,000 - ARTICLE + VIDEO - 15 October 2012
"The Rolling Stones have announced their first live shows in five years, including two concerts in Britain, but fans who want a spot right in front of the stage face being charged more than £1,000 for a ticket...
The rock group said they were playing four dates, two in Britain and two in the United States, to mark their 50th anniversary...
The Stones last played live during their two-year A Bigger Bang tour, which ended at the O2 Arena in August 2007.
It earned around $558 million (£347 million), making it the second highest grossing music tour in history."
Critical mass: The Independent's cultural picks of the year (2011)
"We've seen 12 months of famous returns, fabulous new works, and once-in-a-lifetime exhibitions. Relive the best here..."
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In pictures : Arts and Entertainment in 2011 (BBC)
GLASTONBURY FSTIVAL - 2011:
Glastonbury Festival "is a British performing arts festival, best known for its contemporary music, but also for dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret and many other arts."
"The 2011 Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts is scheduled to be held from 22–26 June 2011."
- Why do people play music in public through a phone ?
"With young people, usually loud music corresponds very strongly to owning the space."
- Sodcasting "is described by The Urban Dictionary as "The act of playing music through the speaker on a mobile phone, usually on public transport.
Commonly practised by young people wearing polyester, branded sportswear with dubious musical taste."
- Band Name Origins
For example : DIRE STRAITS
"It describes the financial situation they were in when forming the band."
- MUSEUMS :