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    2009 Grammy Awards Recap: Top performances, winners Another year, another awards season. We’ve got the recap to the biggest night for the music industry: the 2009 Grammy Awards! Hey everyone! I’m Dana Ward coming to you from the Clevver TV headquarters… and this show is all about the Grammys. It’s the show that’s dedicated to music and its makers. While the Recording Academy of America honors 110 categories for the Grammys, only 10-matchups are included in the 3 and a half hour televised ceremony. Most of the night is for the audience to enjoy live performances by legends and newbies alike… One crowd favorite: Al Green and Justin Timberlake’s performance of ‘Let’s Stay Together’. Another set that people are still talking about is the performance with John Mayer, Keith Urban, BB King and Buddy Guy. These guitarist and blues legends performed in honor of the late Bo Diddley. An even more surprising collaboration was between Stevie Wonder and the Jonas Brothers for the classic, ‘Superstition’ and ‘Burnin’ Up’. Some other Grammy performances to note include Jennifer Hudson’s belted out ‘You Pulled Me Through’, Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles singing ‘Stay’, as well as Dave Grohl and Paul McCartney bringing down the house together. Plus, in honor of the Motown group called The 4 Tops, Jamie Foxx, Smokey Robinson and Ne-Yo gave it their all alongside the sole surviving member, Duke Fakir. Some other name performances include Carrie Underwood, Kid Rock, MIA, Jay-Z, TI and Lil

    karmaent.co.uk – Promotion for Kpop Team clubbing events in London, working with Korean restaurant Bibimbap for special deals in conjunction with KpopTeam. Wind It Up at Fire club was the ultimate university exam blow out party, celebrating the start of the summer holidays with weather being a perfect start and Dokio in the mix! Go to www.kpopteam.com to find out more about upcoming Kpop parties in London with KpopTeam the organisers of kpop music events.
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    Calgary’s Sled Island music fest flourishes
    The Sled Island music festival has doubled ticket sales this year while other big music events have been cancelled or scaled back.
    Read more on CBC.ca

    CHARMAINE CLAMOR, America’s leading Filipino jazz and world vocalist and the creator of “jazzipino,” performs her World Music radio hit, “My Funny Brown Pinay,” a bold reinvention of the old Rodgers & Hart song, “My Funny Valentine.” The song, performed in English and Tagalog, was featured on NPR’s “Weekend Edition” and is the first track from her CD “Flippin’ Out.” VISIT: www.charmaineclamor.com Edited By Southern California Motion Picture Council Gold Halo Award Winner Gabe Pagtama www.gabebiz.net gabepagtama@gmail.com Directed By Christopher Ad. Castillo www.rp63.com lakillsme@yahoo.com
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    Music Calendar, updated July 2
    A listing of music events planned in and around the Treasure Coast.
    Read more on Indian River Press Journal

    Grooveeffect offers a unique, ground-up perspective on urban style, music, and events. Grooveeffect gives its readers fashion editorial style guides, individual product highlights, music features, artist interviews, upcoming events, and event pictures submitted by both Grooveeffect bloggers and reader contributions.

    (PRWEB) November 8, 2005 — Grooveeffect (http://www.grooveeffect.com/) is a new blog website updated frequently by a team of bloggers who offer a unique, ground-up perspective on urban style, music, and events. Utilizing the power of blog technology, Grooveeffect has developed a website that allows readers to find the most up to date information about all aspects of urban culture. Grooveeffect gives its readers fashion editorial style guides, individual product highlights, artist interviews, upcoming events, and event pictures submitted by both Grooveeffect bloggers and reader contributions.

    Grooveeffect was created to provide a place for underground fashion and music culture to be represented on the Internet. Few websites have been able to capture the essence of the independently minded 18-34 year old trend setters who make up the Grooveeffect audience. By launching a blog powered website that is updated regularly with fresh content and editorial style guides focusing on urban fashion, music, and events, Grooveeffect has created a website that encourages readers to return often and interact with our editors and bloggers.

    Grooveeffect believes that our readers are just as qualified to create content as our dedicated bloggers are. Because of that we encourage readers and independent artists to submit their content to be featured on our website for free. Readers who contribute will receive free exposure on the Grooveeffect website. Frequent contributors to our website are valued by the Grooveeffect team, and in some cases we have been able to secure VIP access to events for our readers who contribute pictures to our website.

    To contribute content to Grooveeffect, or to learn more about advertising and promotional opportunities with Grooveeffect, please contact us through our website at http://www.grooveeffect.com/contact-us.php.

    About Grooveeffect
    Founded in September 2005, Grooveeffect was conceived by Ivy Rashid, Grooveeffect’s Editorial and Creative Director, who has honed her natural eye for trends in fashion, culture, and music in her five years studying fashion and graphic design at the International Academy of Design and Technology in Chicago and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Professionally she has held trendspotting and analysis positions at fashion and entertainment industry companies.

    Sean Mulholland, Grooveeffect’s Editor and Technical Director, is a new media and video artist who has been studying his craft for over five years. He studied at the International Academy of Design and Technology in Chicago and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. In addition to his creative side he has held online marketing positions in the entertainment and advertising industries for over four years, during which time he has developed an expertise in blogs and blog marketing.

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