Top AJBlogs From The Weekend Of 04.15.18

Filthy Rotten T.S. Eliot
When my staff of thousands sent me this book cover, APRIL IS A MOTHERFUCKER, by none other than T.S. Eliot, it put me in mind of Inventions of the March Hare: Poems 1909-1917,which includes … read more
AJBlog: Straight|UpPublished 2018-04-15

Martha Graham: Sacred and Profane
The Martha Graham Dance Company at New York City Center, April 11 through 14 Martha Graham’s Embattled Garden.Left: Lorenzo Pagano; right: Anne O’Donnell and Lloyd Knight. Photo: Melissa Sherwood I assume that Isamu Noguchi … read more
AJBlog: DancebeatPublished 2018-04-13

Replay: the Rolling Stones on The Mike Douglas Show
The Rolling Stones meet three young fans and perform Buddy Holly’s “Not Fade Away” on The Mike Douglas Showin 1964: (This is the latest in a series of arts-related videos that appear in … read more
AJBlog: About Last NightPublished 2018-04-13

Recent Listening In Brief (short…capsulesque…itty-bitty…not long)
Danny GreenTrio Plus Strings, One Day It Will (OA2) Pianist Green’s earlier album Altered Narratives put strings with his trio on three tracks. The melding with a string quartet worked nicely. One Day … read more
AJBlog: RiffTidesPublished 2018-04-12

Fear and loathing in the Renaissance church: Stile Antico sings Victoria’s Holy Week music
Sacred music began tumbling from heaven to earth in the late 16th century, when the words it was sung to became something more than liturgical reference points. It took on more qualities of human speech … read more
AJBlog: Condemned to MusicPublished 2018-04-12

Article source here:Arts Journal

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Author: Earl R. Merrill

Musican and songwriter in Michigan and he began making music at the age of 12. He is good at playing the guitar. Whether it’s a concert hall, or a corner bar; with an entire band at his fingertips, Simon’s sweet sound stitches together in perfect harmony.

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