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miércoles, 22 de enero de 2014


¿Eres menor de 30 años y tienes una banda? 

Pues este es tu momento, participa en FEST'EM, el Concurso europeo juvenil de bandas noveles en el que está participando Radio Enlace junto a diferentes radios comunitarias europeas de España, Francia y Eslovenia, en el marco del Programa Europeo “Juventud en Acción” seleccionando a los mejores grupos de cada país. 

Lo primero es saber que es FEST'EM... El proyecto Fest’em trata de reflexionar, a nivel europeo, sobre el rol que las radios comunitarias tienen en la emergencia de nuevos talentos musicales, potenciando así el desarrollo de mejores instrumentos de trabajo para lograrlo como son los concursos musicales. 

En que consiste el concurso... Es simple, envíanos desde hoy mismo hasta el 5 de febrero una maqueta o grabación con tres canciones de tu banda, un jurado de Radio Enlace elegirá a tres finalistas. 

El ganador será elegido por un jurado internacional formado por las distintas radios europeas participantes. Y el premio... 

Los tres grupos finalistas serán promocionados en los distintos programas musicales de la emisora y tendrán la oportunidad de actuar en un concierto organizado por Radio Enlace en el mes de octubre de 2014.

Y el grupo ganador además, participara en una Residencia artística de tres días y actuación en el concierto por el Día Europeo de la Música en Burdeos (Francia) del 17 al 21 de junio junto a grupos de Francia y Eslovenia 

Para más información te adjuntamos las bases del concursos, también puedes consultar nuestra página 

Y si tienes cualquier duda escríbenos a: 
Esperamos vuestras maquetas!! -- Radio Enlace 107.5 Fm

domingo, 19 de enero de 2014

The Beatles Bring In Big Bucks

                                             LP Sells For $175,698

The Beatles are still bringing in the big bucks. A rare, original mono pressing of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" signed by all four Beatles has sold for $175,698 according to New Hampshire`s RR Auction.
The album was signed for a porter at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, England, where the Beatles were staying during the filming of "Magical Mystery Tour" -- despite the hotel manager's admonition to the staff to not bother the group.
Autograph expert Frank Caiazzo authenticated the signatures, noting that "fully autographed 'Sgt. Pepper' LP covers are quite rare and considered by many collectors to be the holy grail of signed rock and roll albums."
The buyer's identity has not been revealed.
The surviving Beatles, meanwhile, are gearing up for a busy Grammy Awards week in Los Angeles: on Monday (January 20),  Ringo Starr will receive the Lifetime of Peace and Love Award from the David Lynch Foundation; Starr, Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison will attend the Recording Academy Special Awards Ceremony on January 25, where the Beatles will receive a 2014 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award; Starr and Paul McCartney will perform -- separately, according to officials -- at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards on January 26; and CBS will tape "The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles" on January 27, airing February 9.

Led Zeppelin Examples of Plagiarism

sábado, 4 de enero de 2014

Forum Musical de Mr Q 2014 show

Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers has died

He was the younger half of the influential vocal duo and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. Phil Everly, one half of the brother vocal duo whose sibling harmonies sweetened '50s and '60s rock music, has died. He was 74. He died Friday in Burbank of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, after a lifetime of smoking, his wife, Patti Everly, told the Los Angeles Times. The Associated Press confirmed the news with his son, Jason Everly. "We are absolutely heartbroken," Patti Everly told the newspaper. "He fought long and hard." The Everly Brothers, Phil and Don, whose tight harmonies were unmistakable and unforgettable, profoundly influenced everyone from The Beatles and The Byrds to the Beach Boys and Simon & Garfunkel, as well as countless other rock, folk and country singers, starting in the late 1950s. A generation of teens grew up with their high, clarion voices blasting from car radios on Wake Up Little Susie, Bye Bye Love, Cathy's Clown and All I Have to Do Is Dream. Singer Linda Ronstadt, who had a big hit in 1975 with When Will I Be Loved, which Phil wrote, and who herself grew up in Tucson singing with her siblings, told the L.A. Times there's nothing like vocals produced by family. "The information of your DNA is carried in your voice, and you can get a sound (with family) that you never get with someone who's not blood-related to you," she said. "And they were both such good singers — they were one of the foundations, one of the cornerstones of the new rock 'n' roll sound."
Phil and Don Everly sing some of their hits in August 1997 at the 10th annual Everly Brothers Homecoming concert in Central City, Ky.(Photo: Suzanne Feliciano, AP) In October, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and jazz-pop singer Norah Jones released a tribute album, Foreverly. Armstrong was full of admiration for the brothers. The Everly harmonies "are so immaculate," Armstrong told USA TODAY. "And that record (the duo's second album, Songs Our Daddy Taught Us) was pretty daring at the time. A lot of other rock guys were trying to go pop. Chuck Berry had a string of big hits, and the same with Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis. And here the Everlys were playing these torch songs and murder ballads. For them to do something so dark and angelic was appealing to me." The duo was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986. On Twitter, boomers mourned, or at least boomers with Twitter accounts. Presidential historian Michael Beschloss tweeted a concert poster from 50 years ago in England where the Everly Brothers got top billing over the Rolling Stones. Phillip Everly was born on Jan. 19, 1939, in Chicago, the son of two country musicians, Ike and Margaret Everly. The family was a traveling act, and the brothers started performing together on the family radio show. Bye Bye Love was their breakthrough hit, in 1957, and their first million-seller. Also in 1957, Wake Up Little Susie, about two teenagers falling asleep at the drive-in theater and waking after curfew, was banned in Boston for its slightly suggestive lyrics. It went to No. 1. In addition to his wife, Everly is survived by his brother, who will be 77 in February; their mother, Margaret; sons Jason and Chris; and two granddaughters.