What Made Woodstock the Greatest Music Festival in the World?

Little did John Roberts, Joel Rosenman, Artie Kornfeld, and Michael Lang know that their idea of making a music festival on a dairy farm some 50 miles from New York to make money for a music studio would arguably become the greatest music festival in the world. In 1969, a three-day festival brought together 500k […]

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5 Facts You Need to Know About the Phenomenon of Liberace

Wladziu Valentino Liberace, better known as Mr. Showmanship, has become known worldwide by entertaining audiences with his lavish performances. Even though he is mostly remembered for his love of material things, there is much more to this unique artist. With that in mind, here are some facts about Lee (as his friends used to call […]

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An Interesting History of “Smoke on the Water” by Deep Purple

We’ve all heard it — a catchy distorted guitar riff spanning over a single octave of the pentatonic scale, peppered with lower fifths that Blackmore managed to cleverly compose into a chart-topper. In fact, the song remained at the peak position of numerous record charts all over the globe, retaining the #1 in France for […]

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Scientists Claim That Listening to Music Can Help You Studying

You have probably read hundreds of articles with a title similar to the one above, but this article is going to be a little bit different. I am going to try and explain why music helps people while they are studying. But first, let’s answer the following question: Does music help everyone? It certainly does, […]

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Starting 2019 with Christian Thielemann at The Vienna New Year’s Concert

There are so many things you can do and places you can visit on New Year’s Eve, but in case you love classical music and enjoy listening to live performances, Vienna New Year’s Concert is the perfect event for you. If you think that the tickets are impossible to get due to the tight budget […]

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