Grammy Nominations Concert Set For Dec. 6 On Cbs

Free Doo Wop Concert brings The DuPrees, The Coasters and the Original Tymes to Bristol Borough for a night of doo wop

(Daniel Daza / Disney) Also By David Ng September 18, 2013, 1:58 p.m. Fans of composer Danny Elfman will have a third opportunity to catch an orchestral concert of his music for the movies of Tim Burton . Organizers of the concert have added a third performance to the musical event scheduled for Oct. 30 at the Nokia Theatre at downtown’s L.A. Live. “Danny Elfmans Music From the Films of Tim Burton” was initially scheduled for just one performance on Halloween night at the Nokia. After the concert sold out in a matter of minutes, organizers added a second performance for Oct. 29. The third performance, scheduled for 8:15 p.m. on Oct. 30 , will be the final opportunity to catch the concert, a spokesman for the organizers said.

Bionics For Vets concert Series comes to Local 662 this Saturday in St. Pete (Video)

Bionics For Vets Concert Series

Gov. Sheila Simon. (Posted By luclongley13bulls, Community Contributor / September 19, 2013) Posted by luclongley13bulls, Community Contributor 12:40 p.m. CDT, September 19, 2013 (Cicero, IL) On Wednesday, September 18th the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performed their 2013 Community Concert at Morton Easts historic Chodl Auditorium. More than 2,000 individuals attended the concert, including Lieutenant Governor Sheila Simon and local dignitaries. Having world-class organizations such as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra perform in our district is very important in what we are trying to accomplish, Said District 201 Board of Education President Jeff Pesek. Not only is it an great opportunity for our students to experience the wider world here at home but it is also provides us the chance to showcase just one element of our district to individuals outside of District 201s community. Maestro Riccardo Muti, CSO Music Director, led the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and members of a community Chorus made up of members of the CSO Chorus, Morton East Choir and various other choirs representative of Chicagos city and suburbs. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra offers the Community Concert in an effort to sustain and expand the role of music in civic and cultural life by creating and enhancing communities through music. This years Community Concert was a homecoming of sorts for one member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Daniel Gingrich, who was raised in Stickney, Illinois and is an alumnus of Morton East, is the Acting Principal Horn for the orchestra. In addition to performing with the CSO, Gingrich is a member of the Grammy Award-winning Chicago Pro Musica and is the horn coach for the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. J. Stering Morton High School District 201 provides quality educational experiences that challenge and enable more than 8,000 students from the communities of Berwyn, Cicero, Forest View, Lyons, McCook, and Stickney as lifelong learners to be productive and responsible members of the global community. The district’s Board of Education is comprised of Board President Jeff Pesek, Vice President Joe Keating, Secretary Jessica Jaramillo-Flores, and members Mark Kraft, Margaret Kelly, Michael Iniquez, and Kasumba “Kal” Lwanga. Visit District 201 online at

Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Morton East High School Perform 2013 Community Concert

Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Morton East High School Perform 2013 Community Concert

Thomas Bangalter, right, and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of Daft Punk. The electronic duo’s ‘Random Access Memories’ album is likely to get a Grammy Award nomination. (Photo: Matt Sayles, Invision/AP) SHARE 2 CONNECT 7 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Bruno Mars, Robin Thicke, Rihanna, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Katy Perry, Daft Punk, Jay Z and Kanye West. Expect to hear those names again when several Grammy categories are revealed Dec. 6 during The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night, a Grammy Awards preview with a title almost as long as the show itself. Grammy nominees and past winners will perform on the program, airing at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. The one-hour special, the sixth time nominations have been announced live in prime time, kicks off Grammy season, setting the stage for the 56th Grammy Awards, which will air on Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS from Staples Center in L.A. Last year’s telecast drew 28.37 million viewers, the second-largest Grammy audience since 1993.

Daft Punk

Unfortunately drummer Bobby Walker will not be performing with the band at the Bionics For Vets concert on Saturday. Taking the place on drums at the show will be former Rebel 5 drummer, Chad Henderson. Yoshi Gish, along with his band, is a sight to be seen and heard. Yoshi Gish Mixes a well balanced amount of Alternative, punk and rock music along with a fair amount of humor into his songs. To compare Yoshi Gish to another artists would be pointless as he has a unique style all to his own. Buddy Kings Shotgun Junkies was formed in February of this year by singer/songwriter/guitarist, Buddy King. The band currently features Buddy King on lead vocals & guitar, Sunnie Rae on backup vocals, and John Spinelli on drums. The band recently parted ways with bassist Lee Pons, and will have a fill-in for the show. Hosted by The Hoff of the Hangin With The Hoff Show” on WPRN 102.1 fm, the Party Pirate, Saturdays Bionics For Vets concert will be the first in a series of planned showcases to take place in the Tampa Bay area. A portion of the proceeds from the concert series will go to fund an account that will help pay for a different disabled veteran to receive a bionic prosthetic limb. Aside from the great live music that will be heard, Saturdays event will also have other surprises as well, including a 50/50 raffle. A custom Fender Squire guitar autographed by the members of Queensryche (courtesy of Queensryche lead singer Todd LaTorre and Seminole Music & Sound ) will also be raffled off at the event. The show is a 21 and up concert.

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at the 8th Annual Doo Wop Concert in the Park. This event has become a much anticipated annual event that showcases Bristol Boroughs efforts to promote its riverfront and arts and entertainment. Ralph DiGuisseppe, Bristol Borough Council President, says, Everyone enjoys listening to the great songs of all these musical acts. This event offers Bristol Borough the chance to showcase everything that is great about our riverfront town. We want everyone to come out for one night and enjoy a free performance in a great venue. The DuPrees got their start in Jersey City, New Jersey more than 50 years ago. They are known for their romantic renditions of many great songs, but especially You Belong To Me, Take Me as I Am and Have You Heard. This will be The DuPrees second visit to Bristol Borough performing as the headline act at the Doo Wop in the Park Concert. Their first performance was in 2007. The Coasters are an iconic musical group singing a mixture of blues, rhythm, rock and roll, but are most notably recognized for their doo wop song book. This singing group got their start in Los Angeles, California, but today largely make their home in the Philadelphia New York City area. Some of the songs that fans of The Coasters can expect to hear at the Doo Wop Concert include Wake Me Shake Me, Yakety Yak and Love Potion Number Nine. The Original Tymes actually got their start in 1955 as a singing group at a summer camp in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania and were known originally as The Latineers. For about a decade, the group sang regularly in the Philadelphia area. Their big break came shortly after winning a local radio talent show which eventually led to a record deal and a name change to The Tymes.