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firstname.lastname@example.orgAn audience comprising children, parents and grandparents gathered Saturday night at The Maryland Theatre for what patrons described as a joyous beginning to the holiday season. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s annual Home for the Holidays concert...
email@example.comOf all the ways to usher in the holiday season, music ranks near the top. A visit from Santa Claus is a close second, and the reading of “The Night Before Christmas” isn’t far behind. So, when you have all three on the same stage, you&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere were comedians and ventriloquists, acrobats and dancing poodles. And every Sunday evening, “The Ed Sullivan Show” escorted them into the homes of millions of Americans. Thousands of acts appeared on Sullivan’s television variety...
The coming weeks will be filled with seasonal music and programs presented by students of Washington County Public Schools. Programs will be presented in schools and other community locations on the following schedule: Nov. 30 — “Almost,...
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email@example.comDo you hear what I hear? Chestnuts are roasting, bells are jingling and familiar melodies are marking the season. Music is synonymous with the holidays and though many of the songs might be all too familiar, they continue to inspire and uplift. A...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThroughout the past 17 years of the Western Maryland Blues Fest in Hagerstown, various challenges have threatened the success of scheduled performances and events, especially when inclement weather disrupts the forecast for the four-day event. The second...
Capital News ServiceThe trumpets are polished, the tubas are shined and the drumsticks are dusted as part of the last-minute preparation for the Mighty Sound of Maryland’s performance in today’s 57th Inaugural Parade. The century-old University of Maryland band...
email@example.comNick Figgatt got interested in playing guitar about four years ago, a time when his brother, Tyler, spent a lot of time playing Guitar Hero. Nick, 13, said one of their neighbors in Thurmont, Md., was a guitar player, and one day, his father suggested to...
Special to The Herald-MailLife hasn't always been as good for self-proclaimed "ho odbilly" and Hagerstonian Joshua Morningstar as it is today. Morningstar, 29, said he spent years struggling with heroin and all the darkness and despair that comes with such an addiction. But...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDon’t let the smaller number of musicians fool you. “A Soloist for All Seasons,” the second masterworks concert in the Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s 31st season, will pack a multimedia punch that promises to stimulate more than...
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email@example.comRoger Hodgson started playing music and writing songs when he was just 12 years old. He was in his first band a few years later, and founded the internationally-known rock band Supertramp before he was 20. Yet, more than 40 years later at age 62, he...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn his decades in the music industry, Danny Hutton has acquired a boatload of awards, a lifetime of accomplishments and a long list of VIP contacts. But mainly, he just wants to make art and have fun. Hutton is an original member of Three Dog Night,...
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