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219 Restaurant is the ultimate spot for a romantic date night, with live music every night at 9 p.m. upstairs at the Basin St. Lounge featuring classic jazz and blues. For a more fast-paced evening, head downstairs to the Bayou Room for a live DJ set Tuesday through Saturday nights.


The Schlesinger Concert Hall is a 1,000-seat theater with state-of-the-art acoustics and striking architecture with wood paneling. The stunning space is worth the trip alone, with a stellar music lineup to keep music-lovers coming back for show after show. Check their event calendar for a full list of performances, including renowned orchestras like the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra plus concerts and recitals.

Despite this being her debut album, Hardy is no stranger to music. As the daughter of the late singer-songwriter Jack Hardy, she grew up touring alongside him from NYC clubs to small pubs in Ireland.

Fredericksburg is well known for its live music scene - with nearly every restaurant, winery and tasting room, brewery and patio offering live music on a regular schedule. Here are a few locations where you can find late-night bites & dance the night away.

The Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bureau is actively working towards receiving its Texas Music Friendly certification. If you are a musician or venue that regularly plays or hosts live music in Fredericksburg, please fill out this form.

Our live interactive platform elevates music education and music therapy to a whole new level. No need to struggle to learn from a YouTube video or watch a static class. Get real time feedback, ask questions, make rapid progress and get instant confirmation.

Live Music Tutor is the perfect resource for online music education. Our lessons and master classes are taught by selected licensed therapists and thousands of qualified instructors from all over the world. Our platform is user-friendly and state-of-the-art. And last but not least, our price points are extremely affordable.

In the heart of Buckhead, tucked away at the end of the iconic Miami Circle, Eclipse di Luna offers live Latin music five nights a week. Move to the beat as you indulge in delicious Spanish tapas and endless pitchers of sangria.

Everything sounds better in Memphis, the home of Blues, Soul and Rock 'n' Roll. What makes Memphis a famous music city? Memphis is where music legends from Elvis Presley, B.B. King, Johnny Cash and Isaac Hayes to Three 6 Mafia and Justin Timberlake honed their sound. The city is home to world-famous Beale Street, where you can listen to live music every day and night. But Memphis is also a place where modern musicians are still recording today, where you can experience concerts and some of Tennessee's best music fests, and where you can visit famous tourist attractions and tours that take you behind the music. Start at Sun Studio to stand in the room where some of the first rock, rockabilly and blues hits were recorded.

Visit Elvis Presley's Graceland, where The King of Rock 'n' Roll lived, and catch a concert at Graceland's Soundstage. Dance your way through Stax Museum of American Soul Music to learn about the soul music explosion and legends like Otis Redding and Sam & Dave. By day or night, stroll the Beale Street Entertainment District for live music in dozens of bars and clubs, arena concerts at FedExForum and museums including the Memphis' Rock 'n' Soul Museum and the Memphis Music Hall of Fame. The Blues Hall of Fame is a short walk away in downtown Memphis. Scroll for music-inspired trip ideas, links to our concert calendar and concert venues, and attraction listings to help you plan your trip.

Magic Rat is truly a Fort Collins experience; everything about this live music venue is an unexpected turn of expression. Magic Rat is refined but a bit off beat and uniquely comfortable to all audiences. The charming quality of the of Magic Rat is the audience commingling in its mutual respect for live music, a fun and vibrant atmosphere, and fantastic food and beverage.

The Magic Rat is located in Old Firehouse Alley adjacent to the Elizabeth Hotel - 111 Chestnut Street, Fort Collins CO 80521. The venue is open to the public every Wednesday-Saturday for live music events & concerts! The main doors are located on the first floor of the hotel next to the front desk and there's an additional side entrance in the Old Firehouse Alley.

We all love to listen to recorded music, but recordings rarely match the highly personal experience of hearing a musician perform live. A close cousin to the record industry, the live music industry came of age in concert halls, nightclubs, festivals, and stadiums. It exists today because of the wide variety of people who collaborate to make live performances happen: the musicians who perform; the designers, costumers, and choreographers who transform a musical performance into a multisensory experience; the technicians and engineers who support and control everything that happens on stage; and the staff who manage and book tours and performances, keeping dedicated musical spaces alive.

Purpose: Chemotherapy is associated with both somatic and psychological side effects. Music might ease these problems. Several randomized controlled trials have investigated the effect of music, but the results are inconclusive. We aimed to examine whether live or pre-recorded music listening decreases anxiety during chemotherapy in newly diagnosed lymphoma patients.

Methods: A total of 143 patients with non-Hodgkin and Hodgkin lymphomas were randomly assigned into three groups receiving either 30 min of patient-preferred live music (n = 47), 30 min of patient-preferred pre-recorded music (n = 47), or standard care (n = 49) during up to five outpatient chemotherapy sessions. The primary endpoint was anxiety measured by the Spielberger's State Anxiety Inventory. Secondary endpoints included blood pressure, pulse rate, nausea and vomiting, serum catecholamine levels pre- and post-intervention to measure arousal levels, and health-related quality of life. The Musical Ability Test was used to link musical ability to the primary endpoint.

Results: When adjusting for age, sex, diagnosis, number of sessions, and baseline anxiety, the linear mixed model showed a borderline statistically significant reduction in the primary outcome anxiety in the live music group compared to standard care (7% (95% CI, - 14% to 0%, p = 0.05), while the effect of pre-recorded music was non-significant (5% (95% CI, - 12% to + 3%, p = 0.18). No intervention effects were seen in secondary outcomes.

Conclusion: Our findings suggest that patient-preferred live music reduces anxiety among patients with malignant lymphomas undergoing chemotherapy. Musical ability among this group of cancer patients seems not to be a determining factor for effect of music intervention.

The business of live music minor provides students with an opportunity to gain the skills, tools, and networks necessary for successful long-term careers in the live sector of the music industry, whether as a professional musician or a music business professional. While the record industry is continually challenged to keep up with evolving technologies and consumer patterns, live music has developed into a multibillion dollar industry, existing as the largest sector of the global music industry. The minor, which lives within the Berklee Popular Music Institute, provides a comprehensive platform for learning the fundamental aspects of the live industry including promotion, production, touring, key players, brands and sponsorships, festivals, ticketing, finances, and more. 041b061a72


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