Terence Blanchard

Terence Blanchard

“KATRINA: 10 YEARS AFTER THE STORM” WITH ROBIN ROBERTS AIRS SUNDAY, AUGUST 23 AT 10 PM ET ON ABC | ABC News

Ten years after the most devastating natural disaster in United States history, ABC anchor and Mississippi Gulf Coast native, Robin Roberts returns to the region to explore Hurricane Katrina’s legacy, examine the remarkable recovery, where it has fallen short, and celebrate the indomitable spirit that runs through New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.

By Caragh Fisher

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Love Supreme – an overview | The Jazz Breakfast

Radio stations, magazines, newspapers and other media outlets have long sought to create events that express their identity. It’s a way for the people who make the contents to encounter their listeners/readers directly, to create new content, to access new audiences, to generally “extend the brand”, as current branding parlance puts it.

By John L. Walters

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Using Music to Underscore Three Words: I Can’t Breathe |Medium Cuepoint

I want nothing less than to change hearts and souls. If you let them, music and art can do this. They go well beyond words and, to me, contain that power, are an entity, a means, pushing people to connect, to be open to absorb so many different ideas, concepts. Music is a communal thing, concerts bringing people together to vibe in one place, for one night. When I think about all of those great concerts that I’ve gone to throughout my years, inspired by the performances, an audience of like minds getting high on the beauty of the music, the message of the words, that to me is the power of this art.

By Terence Blanchard

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