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OPPENHEIMER wins big at Oscars

The 2024 Oscars undoubtedly felt less exciting than some previous years. After all there were no big shockers like the Moonlight mishap, no major underdog vindications like the culmination of last year’s Everything  Everywhere   campaign.
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MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER

MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER Musical Constant Companion on any Norman Warwick playlist I think it was in nineteen ninety that I first met Mary Chapin Carpenter (left) when she was a new star in the annual country and western firmament…
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YOU’RE LOOKIN’ AT COUNTRY

“You’re Lookin’ at Country” was an ode to the pastoral imagery Loretta Lynn passed on the open road while touring and her affirmation of being all-country
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GEORGE ORWELL & Stephen Fry

I would say to Alice that a performance of 1984 at The Royal Exchange Theatre fifteen years ago was perhaps the most harrowing night I have ever spent in a theatre. It was loud in voice and scaring in depiction with some scenes of a violent and sexual nature, in this small theatre in the round.
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BEST BY AGREEMENT,….not quite

That one of my favourite music journalists, Matt Mitchell at Paste on-line magazine trundled through all the previous award winning albums at the annual Grammy awards there were only nine examples from all the decades for which he didn´t feel to compel his own ´should´ve won´award.
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KACEY MUSGRAVES:  DEEPER WELL

“Deeper Well” features everything you could want from a Musgraves track:
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SARAH JAROSZ, welcoming the future

There’s something in the way she uses her voice that is profoundly captivating—there’s a directness that conveys the nuance and clarity of her stories to the listener as though you are the only two people in the room
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NOMINEES ANNOUNCED

The nominees for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2024 were announced recently.
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GUITARS GONE ELECTRIC

 The Electric Guitar covers the careers and influence of guitar heroes such as Buddy Holly and Jimi Hendrix,