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JayQ The Legend's New Track 'Amazing Girl' Dedicated to Inspiring Amazing Girls and Women Worldwide

2020-07-02 | JayQ The Legend Role Model for African Americans is a Civil Rights and Entertainment Lawyer turned Afrobeat Singer/Songwriter


New York Youth Symphony and New Jersey Youth Symphony Launch Artist Stories Series

2020-07-02 | A weekly virtual conversation series featuring Black artists discussing the importance of equity, inclusion, and representation in the classical music world and music industry.


Brian Howe's Single, "Going Home" Releases Just Months After His Untimely Passing

2020-06-27 | The Team and Family of Brian Howe, English Rock Singer & Writer, Formally of Bad Company Releases "Going Home", a song Howe wrote just days before his first cardiac arrest in 2017.


Wake Up With Marci's First Ever 4th of July Music Special! The Talk Show About Transformation and Triumph Will Share The Stories of Hope and Healing Through Music

2020-06-26 | "My guests are living proof that it is possible to heal and that difficult situations do not have to define you...I hope viewers find strength, hope and their purpose through these stories." - Marci Hopkins


F-Bomb Series Special Edition: Black Fathers Matter

2020-06-26 | Lifestyle Host and Author, Maisha Wynn, Honored Two Notable Men: GRAMMY Award-Winning Singer, Anthony Hamilton, and Co-Founder of UPTOWN Magazine, Brett Wright for Father's Day


Isabella Rossellini, Chris Robinson and Other Playing Webathon to Raise Support for Endangered Music Venues

2020-06-25 | The Independent Music Venue Alliance (IMVA) is bringing together over twenty artists for "Because The Night," a three-hour livestream event to help raise funds for San Francisco Bay Area nightlife.


World's Toughest Men Come Together with a Message of Tolerance, Unity and Reconciliation

2020-06-20 | The Legendary Sting, Butterbean, The Hulk and Malibu Take Time to Talk Tough About Peace And Positivity


Ivory Tower Project Overcomes Struggles, Adversity, and Death in Re-Release of 'Burning'

2020-06-20 | Award-winning New York indie pop/rock band relaunches a song that started it all.


Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts Launches "Wednesday Webinars at Wharton"

2020-06-17 | A Weekly Virtual Workshop Series Featuring Broadway Stars, Music Industry Veterans, and More to Benefit Scholarship Fund.


Take The Lead's 50 Women Can Change The World in Journalism Kicks Off On June 16th

2020-06-16 | Digital Program Offers Skills Development, Leadership-Building Tools, Networking and Career Advancement Guidance


Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts to Receive $15,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

2020-06-12 | National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Mary Anne Carter announced an Art Works award to the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts for the Paterson Music Project's Saturday Community Music Program.


Marvin Hamlisch International Music Awards Extends Registration Deadline and Announces its 2020-2021 Awards Ceremony

2020-06-09 | The actual 2020-2021 awards ceremony is planned for Monday, March 22, 2021 at Queens College's Lefrak Concert Hall of the Kupferberg Center for the Arts in New York. Registration is open till August 31; works can be submitted till September 30, 2020


How Texas Entrepreneur Enzo Weinberg Becomes a Beacon of Light in a World Filled with Darkness

2020-06-06 | It was a natural inclination for the Texas native to return to the recording studio where he feels most comfortable when coming up with new innovative ideas of how to best shine his light in a world that is plagued with so much darkness.


New Jersey Youth Symphony One of 28 U.S. Orchestras to Receive Catalyst Fund Grants from League of American Orchestras To Advance Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Within Their Organization

2020-06-06 | The League of American Orchestras has awarded a $18,760 grant to the New Jersey Youth Symphony to strengthen their understanding of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and to help transform organizational culture.


Summer Jazz Workshop Brings Technology and Top Jazz Educators Together in Online Learning Program

2020-06-03 | Julius Tolentino leads the virtual JTole Summer Jazz Workshop at the New Jersey Youth Symphony, July 13-25. More information and registration available at www.WhartonArtsOnline.org.


How a Box of Crayons Helped a Child to Win The Battle of Racism

2020-06-03 | Former law enforcement officer used her crayons to teach her classmate a lesson in color


Red Light Lit teaming with Light Rail Station to Livestream Readings with Popular Authors, Musicians

2020-06-01 | The popular reading series will livestream a series of readings with poets, authors and musicians playing together at safe social distances


'I Have My Standards' Jazz Album by Martha Davis Releases June 1st, After Years in The Making - The World Premiere of the Video 'Mr. Grey' Debuts with Album Release

2020-06-01 | You know her as Martha Davis of the award-winning band, The Motels. While in lock down and off tour during the pandemic, Martha embraced self-isolation and focused in on releasing her stirring new Jazz Album, 'I Have My Standards'.