Suzanne Santo at the garage sale of her debut album

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. In 2003, at nineteen, songwriter Suzanne Santo followed her boyfriend to Los Angeles. They broke up during her first week in the city, leaving her “only sadness and my father’s guitar,” she recalls. She …

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Jon Hassell obituary | Music

In his quest for what he called Fourth World music, trumpeter and composer Jon Hassell, who died at the age of 84, exerted an influence on his contemporaries far beyond the immediate popularity of his own. artwork. To create “contemporary coffee-colored classical music,” Hassell brought together pieces of music from …

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Inside today’s virtual artist labels

Ex-factory New’s FN Meka factory Virtual artists are nothing new: Animation group Gorillaz, created by musician Damon Albarn and visual artist Jamie Hewlett, has sold the equivalent of more than 24 million albums worldwide (according to his label, Parlophone) and won a Grammy Award for the hit “Feel Good Inc.” …

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Narcolepsy Drugs Market Size and Forecast to 2028

New Jersey, United States, – the Narcolepsy Drugs Market The report is a research study of the market along with an analysis of its key segments. The report is created through extensive primary and secondary research. Informative market data is generated through interviews and data surveys by experts and industry …

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New music from three all-female ensembles

What Japanese Breakfast, Sleater-Kinney and Liz Phair have in common is, of course, the fact that they are all led by female singers, but they have all just released new albums as well, creating a buzz among their fans. At 54, Phair is the eldest of the three, and her …

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