Gospel Music Heritage Month Heats Up With 15th Annual McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration® Gospel Tour
The Virtual “Gospel City Playlist” Concert Series Will Showcase Award-Winning Gospel Singers to Raise Money for Ronald McDonald House Charities®
CHICAGO, Sept. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In honor of Gospel Music Heritage Month, which takes place annually in September, McDonald’s is serving inspiration with a side of friendly banter for music fans of all ages.
Join us Friday for our virtual Summer Jamm
Exclusively on YouTube at 5PM PT!
Summer’s not over yet!
Celebrate the last few weeks with Innervision Records and our first ever virtual “Summer Jamm” concert featuring ten of your favorite Innervision artists across the country performing live versions of their classic favorites and recent radio hits.
Charles Amirkhanian, Artistic Director of Other Minds, today announces the 25th edition of the annual Other Minds Festival of New Music.
This year’s festival, Moment’s Notice, will take place across four evenings from October 14-17, 2021, at the Taube Atrium Theater in San Francisco War Memorial Building.
Each concert will be preceded an hour earlier by an onstage panel discussion with festival artists
Photo: Wendy L. Nelson
Curated by jazz concert producer Harry Bernstein, Moment’s Notice will bring to the festival stage twenty-six of the greatest living artists working in the field of improvised music, featuring many of the pioneering icons of this music, as well as several artists whose work is at once a continuance and an expansion of the jazz avant-garde.
Craig David Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of Born To Do It With Livestreamed Show
Record-setting British Artist Looks Back On His Debut Album, In Conjunction With ZAIKO
British artist Craig David released his record-setting debut album Born To Do It 20 years ago, and now he’s celebrating by performing the seminal work in full for the first time on a special livestreamed show on Sunday, May 9, in collaboration with Japanese e-ticketing platform and events leader ZAIKO.
NEARLY 60 GREATS AND EMERGING ARTISTS HAVE DONATED THEIR PERFORMANCES AS
INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY 2021 WITH THE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION OF
KEEP THE MUSIC PLAYING
A CONCERT WITH 3 PREMIERES TUNE IN TO JZMTV AT: 5:00PM, 7:00PM AND 9:00PM
VIEWING IS FREE | REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
HARLEM, NY — April 30, 2021 – Jazzmobile’s community concert “Keep The Music Playing” is back with nearly 60 stellar Jazz musicians who are donating their performance to support Jazzmobile, and its performance & education programs!
Silence the Shame Presents “A Brilliant Mind Gala,”
A Virtual Experience of Music and Mental Health to be held
on May 5th at 8pm EST.
A Brilliant Mind Gala will feature appearances by Charlamagne tha God, DJ D-Nice, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Sen. Rev Raphael G. Warnock, Michelle Williams, Lecrae, Keri Hilson, Kenneth Cole, Ronnie DeVoe, Anthony Hamilton and more!
[Schure Media Group, April 28, 2021, Atlanta, GA] Silence the Shame, Inc. (STS), a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering and educating communities on mental health and wellness, will present their inaugural “A Brilliant Mind Gala,” to be held virtually on Silence the Shame Day, May 5, 2021, at 8pm EST.
International Jazz Day 10th Anniversary Celebration to Take Place Worldwide, April 30, 2021
All-Star Global Concert will be hosted by Michael Douglas; feature dozens of world-renowned artists including Herbie Hancock, Marcus Miller, Andra Day, Dee Dee Bridgewater, John McLaughlin, Dianne Reeves, Joe Lovano
WASHINGTON, April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The 10th Anniversary of International Jazz Day, the world’s largest annual celebration of jazz, will take place on April 30th, with thousands of worldwide programs culminating in a spectacular All-Star Global Concert from New York, Los Angeles, UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, Cape Town, Moscow, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro and other cities around the globe.
PROVIDENT ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS “BAND TOGETHER” ONLINE EVENT ON
MAY 20TH TO SUPPORT NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH MONTH
PARTNERING WITH VIBRANT EMOTIONAL HEALTH TO BRING MENTAL HEALTH
AWARENESS WITH 11 ARTISTS ACROSS THE LABEL FAMILY
NASHVILLE, TENN. (May 17, 2021) Each year, millions of Americans deal with the reality of mental illness and this year with the ongoing pandemic, focusing on mental health is needed now more than ever.
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER PRESENTS
FREEDOM, JUSTICE, AND HOPE
PERFORMED BY THE JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA WITH WYNTON MARSALIS
with SPECIAL GUEST BRYAN STEVENSON
Premiering on May 21, 2021
Featuring world premieres of music by
Endea Owens on the life and work of Ida B. Wells, and by Josh Evans inspired by
Red Summer of 1919
New York, NY (May 12, 2021) – Hope is our superpower,” said Bryan Stevenson in his rousing address last week to the Howard University Classes of 2020 and 2021.