Arts & Culture

10:10 am
Tue May 7, 2013

Tension Between Pandora and Artists

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Despite 27,900 plays in the third quarter, recording artist Blake Morgan says he earned $1.62 from the popular internet music site Pandora.
In the third quarter of last year, Blake Morgan's songs were played on Pandora some 27,900 times. But the New York-based recording artist and label owner said he made only $1.62 from the popular Internet radio service.
Live Music
10:07 am
Mon May 6, 2013

Tia Fuller Wows the Palace Theatre Crowd

Tia Fuller on stage at the Palace Theatre
Credit Joe Lee

When the recorded audio introduction explaining the meaning of Angelic Warrior started, you knew that it was going to be a special performance.  Tia Fuller's grand entrance from the back of the house to the stage set the scene for an evening of high energy jazz improvisation that left the audience wanting more.  Weaving story-telling, audience engagement and energetic performances, Fuller and her band delivered a polished product worthy of closing out a special month dedicated to the preservation of jazz as an American art form.

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Theater Happenings
1:29 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

The Redhouse will feature music, a Pulitzer prize winner and education in theater season

Redhouse Theater, Syracuse

Syracuse’s Red House Theater has announced the line-up for its mainstage productions that will start later this year.  The theater is taking on ambitious works and sticking to its mission.

Redhouse Season Preview

  

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1:11 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

Country Star George Jones Dead at 81

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Country star George Jones died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center Friday at the age of 81.
(CNN) -- George Jones, the country music legend whose graceful, evocative voice gave depth to some of the greatest songs in country music -- including "She Thinks I Still Care," "The Grand Tour" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today" -- has died, according to his public relations firm.
Live Music
11:18 am
Fri April 26, 2013

Grupo Pagan Highlights CFAC Jazz and Wine

Grupo Pagan
Credit Grupo Pagan

The Community Folk Art Center in Syracuse has been an established cultural epicenter of Central New York since its founding in 1972. This Friday evening, the CFAC is opening its doors and offering the community a chance to engage with and support its mission. In partnership with Syracuse Public Media WAER, the Folk Art Center is hosting An Evening of Jazz and Wine Tasting to wrap-up a month-long celebration of jazz appreciation. The event will feature the well-known talent of the locally based Latin American band, Grupo Pagan.

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