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Horseshoe Casino Hosts an A-List Roster of December Holiday Entertainment

Dec 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

With the holiday season upon us many people are travelling, hosting family members, and getting ready for 25th. If the in-laws are in town or you happen to have a music lover in your household, then The Venue at Horseshoe Casino may be the place for holiday... Read More

Play Beethoven on ResInno Luxury Pianos

Dec 18, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

If you’ve been longing for the good old days when crowding around the piano singing showtunes was a post dinner party staple, then ResInno may have exactly what you are looking for. Known for their renowned one-of-a-kind piano modifications, ResInno creates stunning luxury pianos that are more than just works of art, as they are also specifically designed to enhance the instruments' sound.... Read More

Combine Sound and Style with STELLÉ Audio Couture

Dec 6, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

Perhaps you walk into a party dressed to the nines, only to discover that the “must-attend” bash is in need of some major beats, or you are simply looking for a sleek way to enjoy your music at home; whatever the reason, new electronics brand STELLÉ Audio Couture ensures that these adventures sound just as stylish as they look. Bridging the gap between technology and fashion, the people at STELLÉ believe that sound is a fashion accessory to life, and if that’s the case, their Pillar speakers and Audio Clutch are definitely “in”.... Read More

Neil Young To Appear at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa To Benefit Hurricane Sandy Victims

Dec 4, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris  |  1 Comment

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ will host a Neil Young & Crazy Horse concert benefitting Hurricane Sandy victims. The Borgata will be the band’s last stop before they head to Australia and New Zealand. When asked by... Read More

Travel Back in Time With American Cruise Lines' Historic New Addition

Dec 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris  |  1 Comment

Planning a luxury cruise vacation can be difficult; after all, there are so many choices. Well, American Cruise Lines wants history buffs to choose them, and to entice such a demographic, they recently obtained an antique calliope for their newest ship, Queen of the Mississippi. In case you're not up on your 19th century musical instrument knowledge, it is actually a steam organ. After complete restoration, the calliope will play old favorites for its patriotic passengers to send them on a trip down memory lane—that is assuming they were alive during the late 1800s.... Read More

Fontainebleau Miami Puts on Benefit for United Way Hurricane Sandy Recovery Fund

Nov 28, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

As part of the resort’s BleauLive performance series, music icon Dionne Warwick will be performing at the legendary Fontainebleau hotel to benefit the United Way Hurricane Sandy Recovery Fund. The impact of Hurricane Sandy on Warwick’s home state of New Jersey, paired with the resort’s personal understanding of these types of natural disasters, transformed this scheduled performance into a recovery effort following last week’s devastation. In addition to a seated cabaret-style concert by Warwick and surprise guests, attendees will have the opportunity to bid on a variety of live auction experiences to further benefit the families and individuals impacted by Hurricane Sandy, including dinner for 20 by Fontainebleau’s Scott Conant, signature chef of Scarpetta. This event marks the first Ble... Read More

Celebrate the Holidays with Christmas Celtic Sojourn

Nov 28, 2012  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Christmas in Boston can only mean one thing – the return of the Christmas Celtic Sojourn with Brian O’Donovan. This year, the show is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with performances in Boston as well as Providence, Worcester, Rockport a... Read More

Bob Marley Comes Alive With Get Up Stand Up Audio System

Nov 23, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  2 Comments

If you're having a hard time thinking of a gift to give someone, you can never really go wrong with the gift of music. That may sound cheesy but it's true; music is universal and no matter the age, culture, gender, et cetera, everyone enjoys a good song. One way to share music with a loved one is through The House of Marley's Get Up Stand Up home audio system, which strives to evoke vintage floor speakers of the past.... Read More

"Classical-Crossover" Nathan Pacheco Impresses at San Diego's Balboa Theatre

Nov 21, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

While opera may not be the concert choice of most, music lovers who have shied away from the genre may be surprised at what they’ve been missing. Even I, who had a grandmother that ensured theatrical classics and the arts were introduced early on (think of a wide-eyed twelve year old taking in a scene of woolly-haired, melodramatic alley... Read More

Newest Installment of Andaz Salon Series Features San Diego's Hottest DJs in "Behind The Beat"

Nov 13, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

The Andaz San Diego is calling all music lovers to gather for its Behind The Beat music forum, on Wednesday November 14th at 7 pm inside the hotel’s Ivy Nightclub, for an in depth discussion dissecting how technology and the digital age has changed the way music is both produced and enjoyed. Behind The Beat is the first forum in what will be a bi-monthly series of digital music dialogues which will include guest speakers. It is also part of the Andaz... Read More

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