Gyani Indo Jazz Fusion Concert Ticket Giveaway

musicGyani Indo Jazz Fusion Concert Ticket Giveaway
The Gyani Indo-Jazz Fusion group performs, a blend of ancient hindustani raga with American jazz. They’ll be playing Capistrano Hall on the Sacramento State campus October 9 at 8:00 p.m. The performers include: renowned vocalist, harmonium player and …
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A Crash Course in Jazz Appreciation
It’s the music that many men say they like, but don’t actually know anything about. Which is a shame for a whole host of reasons. For starters, jazz has had a major influence on most popular music genres in the 20 th century — rock, hip-hop, Latin …

FSU’s Jazz Orchestra Fall Concert a Jazz Fusion “From Herbie to Snarky”
Frostburg State University’s Department of Music will present the Jazz Orchestra in its fall concert, “From Herbie to Snarky,” on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Pealer Recital Hall of FSU’s Performing Arts Center. In the 1960s, trumpeter and …


Rookie Byeong-Hun An Gets Ticket Punched to US Open and Open

sportRookie Byeong-Hun An Gets Ticket Punched to US Open and Open
The 23 year old – who became the youngest winner of the US Amateur Championship in 2009 at the age of 17 – moves from 132nd in the Official World Golf Ranking to inside the top 60 as a result of his victory at Wentworth and secures his place in both …
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Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy Struggle
Neither Jordan Spieth nor Rory McIlroy was in top form for cut day. It happens. That’s golf, but for it to happen to both of them, practically simultaneously, half a world apart, could be related to Mercury retrograde. If that’s the case, then Spieth …
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Rising stars in women’s pro golf coming back to South Bend in June
The 3-day professional women’s golf tournament will take place June 19-21 Blackthorn Golf Club in South Bend. The event is entering it’s 4th year and its a part of the Symetra Tour, which is known as the Road to the LPGA. “All the players–it’s one or …
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