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- Aaron Carter
Event on 2016-01-22 20:00:00
Aaron Carter began his music career at age seven, singing lead for the band "Dead End". Two years later he made his first solo appearance when he was nine, opening for the Backstreet Boys at their concert in Berlin Germany, March 1997. The performance was followed by a record contract and, in the fall of 1997, Aaron Carter released his first hit single, "Crush On You".Being in the spotlight was nothing new to Aaron, born with twin sister Angel, in Tampa, Florida he grew up with two other sisters and an older brother. Aaron's older brother wasn't just any big brother, his just happens to be, Nick Carter of the award winning Backstreet Boys. By 1997 both Aaron and Nick's music careers put them both on their way to super stardom.His first full-length album Aaron Carter (December 1997) achieved gold status worldwide including countries Norway, Spain, Denmark, Canada and Germany.On May 18, 1998, Carter released the EP Let The Music Heal Your Soul, a fund-raising project that featured vocals by Carter, *NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, and The Moffatts amongst others.Now signed to JIVE Records, Aaron Carter was released in the United States on June 16, 1998. His sophomore album, Aaron's Party (Sep 26, 2000), was also released in the United States under the Jive Label, achieved triple-platinum status/certification. All of this before Aaron was officially a teenager. At 13, Carter recorded the album Oh, Aaron (Aug 7, 2001) which featured his first duet recording with brother Nick. Oh, Aaron was accompanied by a video/DVD of the same name (March 26, 2002) which included footage of his 2001 Concert Tour in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, music videos and personal interviews from Carter.Carter's next album, Another Earthquake (September 3, 2002), was released during the Rock, Rap, and Retro Tour. The album featured the patriotic-themed single "America A O" and ballad "Do You Remember". The Collection Album Most Requested Hits, (November 3, 2003) included tracks from his last three albums as well as a new single, "One Better".Aaron has won multiple awards over his 14 year career including TEEN Choice Awards, Kids Choice Awards, and RTL Young Artist of the Year Award. In addition to music he has also established himself as an Actor in Film, Television and on Broadway.His Television credits include: Figure it Out.Himself (1 episode, 1998) Lizzie McGuire ….Himself (1 episode, 2001) Sabrina, the Teenage Witch ….Himself (1 episode, 2001) 48 Hours Mystery ….Himself (1 episode, 2002) Liberty's Kids ….Joseph Plumb Martin (2002)(voice) Family Affair ….Liam Curtis (1 episode, 2003) 7th Heaven ….Harry (2 episodes, 2004) Penn & Teller: Off the Deep End ….Himself (2005) House of Carters ….Himself (2006)His Film Credits include: Fat Albert.Darren/The Kid (2004) Ella Enchanted.Lead male vocals in "Somebody to Love" (2004) PopStar.JD McQueen (2005) Supercross.Owen Cole (2005) I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With.Marty(2007)Broadway: SeussicalJoJo, The Littlest Who (April 2001) The Fantasticks.Matt (October 2011)On August 17, 2009 the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) announced that Carter would be joining the cast for season 9 of their primetime reality series, Dancing With The Stars. Aaron and his dance partner Karina Smirnoff became an early fan favorite and finished 5th place in the competition.Aaron is currently starring on Broadway in The Fantasticks, entertaining various film and television offers all while in the studio working on new music and his new album.Claim to FamePop Singer, shot to super stardom at the age of 9, receiving international fame after releasing his first single "Crush On You" from his first album "Aaron Carter".
at Cat’s Cradle
300 East Main Street
Carrboro, United States
- Jeff Foxworthy & Larry the Cable Guy ‘We’ve Been Thinking Tour’
Event on 2016-01-22 19:00:00
OKC Civic Center Music Hall
Thelma Gaylord Performing Arts Theatre
Presented by RFD-TV
Friday, January 22, 2016 – 7pm & 9:30pm
RFD -TV is teaming up with comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy to bring the We’ve Been Thinking Tour to a city near you. Superstar comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy will reunite on the We've Been Thinking Tour to bring an unforgettable night of comedy to Oklahoma City. During this momentous event, both comedians will deliver a laughter-packed evening of all new material before they come together on stage for an uproarious encore you won’t want to miss!
Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most respected and successful comedians in the country. He is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and bestselling author of more than 26 books. Widely known for his redneck jokes, his act goes well beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature, a style that has been compared to Mark Twain’s. He recently launched his own comedy channel “Jeff and Larry’s Comedy Roundup”, a partnership with SIRIUSXM and Larry the Cable Guy. Currently, Jeff can be seen hosting the FOX game show “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader.” Jeff started his own outdoor company, Foxworthy Outdoors, which features a line of products related to the outdoor lifestyle. Away from the stage, Jeff is involved with several charitable organizations including The Atlanta Mission, Charity Water and the Duke Children’s Hospital.
Larry the Cable Guy is a multiplatinum recording artist, Grammy nominee, Billboard award winner and one of the top comedians in the country. He has his own line of merchandise and continues to sell out theatres and arenas across the United States. He is the spokesman for Prilosec OTC and most recently launched his own comedy channel on SIRIUSXM with Jeff Foxworthy. He will also return as the voice of beloved Mater in Disney/Pixar’s Cars 3, which is currently in production. In addition to all of his professional accomplishments, Larry created the Git-R-Done Foundation, which was named after Larry’s signature catchphrase. With an emphasis on children’s and veterans’ causes, The Git-R-Done Foundation has donated more than 7 million dollars to great organizations such as The Arnold Palmer Hospital, Operation Homefront and Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital.
For more information about the tour or to purchase tickets, please visit www.jefffoxworthy.com or www.larrythecableguy.com. Keep up with the guys on social media via Jeff’s Facebook page (Jeff Foxworthy) and twitter page (@foxoutdoors) as well as Larry’s Facebook page (Larry the Cable Guy) and twitter page (@gitrdonelarry) for exciting updates.
at Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall
201 N. Walker Avenue
Oklahoma City, United States
- Paula Poundstone Headlines The Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
Event on 2016-01-22 20:00:00
The Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall in Munhall, PA welcomes comedian Paula Poundstone on Friday, January 22nd. Thirty two years ago Paula Poundstone climbed on a Greyhound bus and traveled across the country — stopping in at open mic nights at comedy clubs as she went. She went on to become one of our country’s foremost humorists. You can hear her through your laughter as a regular panelist on NPR’s popular rascal of a weekly news quiz show, Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me. Watch for Paula as she lends her distinctive voice to the character “Forgetter Paula” in the new Disney Pixar film “Inside Out” about a young girl Riley who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job. The movie chronicles and the emotional roller coaster that change can bring. Riley’s emotions include; Joy (Amy Poehler,) Fear (Bill Hader,) Anger (Lewis Black,) Disgust (Mindy Kaling,) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith.) “Inside Out” opens nationwide June 19, 2015. Check out the trailer at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2096673/.
Poundstone tours regularly, performing standup comedy across the country, causing Bob Zany with the Boston Globe to write: “Poundstone can regale an audience for several hours with her distinctive brand of wry, intelligent and witty comedy.” Audience members may put it a little less elegantly: “I peed my pants.”
While there is no doubt that Poundstone is funny, the thing that probably separates her from the pack of comics working today and that has made her a legend among comics and audiences alike is her ability to be spontaneous with a crowd. Poundstone says: “No two shows I do are the same. It's not that I don't repeat material. I do. My shows, when they're good, and I like to think they often are, are like a cocktail party. When you first get there, you talk about how badly you got lost and how hard it was to find parking. Then you tell a story about your kids or what you just saw on the news. You meet some new people and ask them about themselves. Then, some-one says, "Tell that story you used to tell," and then someone on the other side of the room spills a drink, and you mock them. No one ever applauds me when I leave a party, though. I think they high five.”
Paula's interchanges with the audience are never mean or done at a person’s expense. She even manages to handle politics without provoking the pall of disapproval less artful comics have re-ceived.
Her most recent comedy CD, I HEART JOKES: Paula Tells Them in Boston was recorded dur-ing a performance at the Wilbur Theatre in the heart of the city and was released on April fool’s Day 2013. This was a follow up to her successful first CD I HEART JOKES: Paula Tells Them in Maine that was released in 2009.
Over the span of her career, Paula has amassed a list of awards and accolades that stretch the length of a great big tall guy’s arm. She not only shot through the glass ceiling, she never even acknowledged that it was there. Never one to stereotype herself as a ‘female comedian’ or limit herself to comedy from a ‘female’ point of view, in the early 90’s she was the first woman to win the cable ACE for Best Standup Comedy Special and the first woman to perform standup at the prestigious White House Correspondents dinner where she joined the current President as part of the evening’s entertainment.
In November, 2012 in Washington DC, Paula was honored, along with Nina Totenberg, NPR correspondent; David Brooks, New York Times columnist; and Bob Mankoff, New York-er Cartoon Editor, with the 2012 Moment Magazine Creativity Award at their 35th anniversary symposium and dinner, followed by a one-hour panel on the intersection of humor and politics. Just weeks later Paula was hand-picked to interview Calvin Trillin for the Los Angeles-series-darling, Writers Bloc, a series that presents conversations between the featured author and anoth-er interesting thinker.
Paula has starred in comedy specials on HBO and BRAVO, won an Emmy Award, served as "official correspondent" for The Tonight Show during the 1992 Presidential race, pioneered the art of backstage commentary during an Emmy telecast, steps up to the plate for causes she be-lieves in, and is almost always included in any compendium – be it film, television or print, not-ing comedic influences of the 20th/21st century, most recently, We Killed: The Rise of Women in American Comedy (October 2012, Sarah Crichton Books). Paula also appears on "Late Night w/Craig Ferguson" about 3 times a year and she'll do an occasional editorial for NPR's "All Things Considered".
In April 2013 NPR Laughter Therapy (Highbridge Audio) released a 2-CD collection of NPR’s best interviews and stories with “funny folks” including Paula’s Talk of the Nation interview. If it means anything to anyone, she is recognized as one of Comedy Central's 100 greatest stand-ups of all time. Paula won an American Comedy Award for Best Female Standup Comic, and in 2010 she was one of a select group voted into the Comedy Hall of Fame.
Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me is now heard in 5 million homes across the country, including all of the major markets, internationally on NPR Worldwide and on the Internet via podcast. In 2008 it received a Peabody Award for broadcasting excellence. On the show Paula gets to match wits with some of the country’s leading pundits. In May 2013 the show filmed its first Cinecast from New York's Town Hall and Paula was one of the Panelists. The show made its television debut on BBC America with a “2011 Year In Review.” Paula was on that panel as well. Poundstone quickly goes on record about how much she loves being part of the show saying: “I am a proud member of the endorphin production industry. They allow me to say whatever I want on Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me. The panelists are unscripted, so it's perfect for me. I feel like I'm a batter in a batting cage. I get lobbed topics. Sometimes I just watch them go by, but every now and then I get a piece of one. If the others didn't cheat, it would be an almost perfect work experience.”
Paula is also a published author and lecturer. Her hard cover book, There is Nothing In This Book That I Meant To Say (Crown, 2006, with a forward by Mary Tyler Moore) is still in release on audio (Highbridge) and in paperback. Other writing credits include the back page columnist of Mother Jones, The Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, and Glamour magazine.
Not only a writer, but an avid reader, Paula continues her role for the American Library Associa-tion (ALA) as the Nat'l spokesperson for United for Libraries, their "Friends of Libraries" nation-al network – a citizens support group who work to raise awareness and much needed funds to support their local libraries. Paula has appeared as the headliner at the ALA's annual conference for their Laughs On Us panel the last four years, and to quote Sally Reed, the ALA Nat'l Direc-tor: "…you'd have to come to one of these events to see how adored Paula is by librarians. We love her and it's never repetitive." Paula has hosted many events to great success, including the Art Directors Guild Awards an unprecedented 4 times.
The National Endowment for the Arts recently requested Poundstone to sit down for a chat about the art of comedy and her career. Take a listen: http://arts.gov/audio/paula-poundstone
GET A LAUGH with Paula’s comedy CD:
I Heart Jokes – Paula Tells Them In Boston
Watch Paula on Craig Ferguson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6WnBZ5G6fc
Visit Paula at: http://www.paulapoundstone.com
Showtimes: 8:00PM / Tickets: – / Call: 877-435-9849
The Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall is located at 510 E 10th Ave. Munhall, PA 15120
at Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead
510 E 10th Ave
Homestead, United States
- All Them Witches – L.A. Witch, Slow Season
Event on 2016-01-22 21:00:00
This event is all ages
All Them Witches
In each buildup and breakdown, every riff and groove of Nashville band All Them Witches, there is a story. The rockers' narratives are often unspoken, sourcing musical touchstones from across the States, offering an almost cinematic experience wrapped up in their propulsive rhythms and subtly funky anthems. "As a band we pull from every moment that we experience," says vocalist/bassist Charles Michael Parks, Jr., "our influence is not just
music, it's our everyday life."
Their explosive live show earned them accolades from their ceaseless touring schedule and festival performances at events including their 2015 Bonnaroo debut. "None of our shows are the same twice," Parks says, "we like not having to get up and playing the song the same way every night. It's like jazz, where the main parts are there, but the rest is made up. We never say it, it just happens, we let the music talk for us."
The band began as a project between drummer Robby Staebler and guitarist Ben McLeod, then expanded to add Allan Van Cleave on keys and Parks on bass and vocals. In the early days of the band, Staebler says, the band's influences cut a wide swath. "The spectrum of what we listen to is off the chain," he says, "but the music that shaped the way I play early on was Pink Floyd, and jazz, especially Sun Ra, and ambient music like Brian Eno,
and Boren and Der Club of Gore." The band's sprawling performances would often coagulate into a singular unit, a live-wire electrifying sound, which was captured on their live recordings and first two studio albums, Our Mother Electricity (2012) and Lightning at the Door (2014). Those albums were a snapshot of their onstage chemistry and
started their evolution into sophisticated psych rock that lurches forward but never spirals out of control. "This band is really like having four guitars," Parks says, "I play bass like a guitar, Allen plays keys like a guitar, and Robby even plays drums like a guitar: he's doing fills and rolls. It's almost like the percussive element of fingerpicking, the sound of fingers on strings."
Their upcoming album, Dying Surfer Meets His Maker continues their exploration of rock music's furthest reaches, while grounding the sound with a solid skeleton of strong songwriting. "I like stripped down songwriters," Parks says, "just a guy and his instrument. But on the new album, each song seems to change multiple times throughout; it makes a five minute song feel like a 20 minute song without the extra time being spent." Recorded in Pigeon Forge in Eastern Tennessee, they set up a studio in a remote cabin where they lived and recorded their album over the course of six days. "You couldn't hardly walk in there, dodging cables, mics and guitars," Parks says, "the cabin was a wreck. We immediately got up there, unloaded our 15 seater van and a trailer packed to the brim with gear, and started moving things around, set up amps, and a mixing board." They recorded much of the album live, but used the studio as an instrument in itself, helmed by producer Mikey Allred
and McLeod. The location, Parks says, also had an influence on the feel of the album. "[;;;Pigeon Forge];;; is tourist central, with Dollywood and moonshine distilleries, pancake houses, and Christmas stores. But our cabin was up on the mountain. We were the only ones there. We didn't have to worry about anyone calling us in for being loud.
It was quiet. In the morning, the mist would be hanging over the city, then it would clear up and you'd see all these terrible tourist shops. It was nice to know we didn't have to be a part of it. There's a duality that happens throughout this record, that of the solitude of the mountain and the absolute Babylon that is Pigeon Forge."
The sound of Dying Surfer Meets His Maker mixes together a diverse sonic palette too, which Staebler says was designed to be experienced as a full album, where "core songs lead into each other." The album opener "Call Me Star," starts with downbeat acoustic arpeggios, slowly melting into grittier chords, leading into the firebrand
distorted bass of the barn-burning next track, "El Centro." Parks says that the song was inspired by a rowdy show they performed in the wayward town of El Centro, California. "We were in a little beer bar on Halloween, and there wasn't a ton of people there, maybe 20 or 30. All of our gear was in a big pile behind our drummer, Robby. Only
one microphone for all of us. Ben and I were wearing dresses. The guy in charge said 'you guys can play for however long you want,' so we played for two hours. On the album, we channeled the riff from that crazy show, it's completely live, just us in a room, doing what we did on that night over again."
On the cerebral and sweeping track "Open Passageways," Parks mined his experiences living in the remote locale of Elmgrove, Louisiana, stranded in a house once owned by his grandmother. "I didn't have any money, there's one heater in the place, it was freezing in the middle of the winter," he recollects. "Everything broke and I was out there for four months and lost my mind. Not being able to do anything, no Internet, no TV, no phone. Just
me and my dog in this house. Then I wrote 'Open Passageways' in a strange tuning on a classical guitar, and it became something I never heard before. When I brought it to Ben, we used three more songs on the album from my time in Louisiana."
Staebler creates all the artwork for the band, from the album imagery to the t-shirt designs, gleaning inspiration from their travels. He says that whether he's creating visual art or pounding the drums, channeling his creative spirit is an almost meditative state of reflection. "Playing drums for me, it takes me to a place where everything disappears and you accept everything that happens to you as it happens. With drawing and photography too, I
have these other tools in my bag, to keep my mind occupied. It's when you get home from being on the road that you begin to reflect on where you've been that those places start sinking in. Our favorite thing is to go out West and check out canyons and mountains. We spend time there. We welcome ourselves to the space, and absorb it."
A sense of place permeates the album, providing a kind of soundtrack drawing from each band-member's hometowns, from the Southern Gothic of Park's Southern life to the coastal sound of McLeod's St. Augustine, Florida roots to Van Cleave's soulful upbringing in Ohio. For All Them Witches, music is the conduit to channel experiences into sound, creating filmic landscapes rendered by guitars, keys, and drums. "When we're in California, our music sounds like California, or the redwoods," Parks says. "When we're in El Centro, it sounds
like El Centro and the sand dunes, like where the sandworms were in "Beetlejuice." We've been through all these beautiful places you'd never get to see unless you were in a rock band, that you'd never see unless you were traveling the country with your friends, making music, and appreciating it all along the way."
From the southern wilds of Athens, GA comes young four-piece, New Madrid. Their music is a dynamic mixture of underwater-psych-rock that engages the listener in fully textured aural landscapes, both on record and live. Their acclaimed 2012 independent debut, Yardboat – engineered by David Barbe (Deerhunter, Drive-By Truckers) at Chase Park Transduction- displayed the band's inherent talents and introduces a distinctive sound budding with sonic energy. In their ever-thriving music- mecca hometown, Yardboat garnered "Album of the Year," and the band's formula of constant touring and creative restlessness earned them "Artist of the Year" at the Flagpole Music Awards. In the summer of 2013, New Madrid signed to local start-up Normaltown Records, and entered the studio to record what would become Sunswimmer. Their second full-length finds New Madrid further exploring depths of psychedelia and textured noise.
at The Roxy Theatre
9009 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, United States
- Shreveport Rugby Football Club
Event on 2016-01-12 18:30:00
Founded in 1977, with a supporting crew of members including Paul Dinkins, Mike Pass, Steve Timmons, and Bill Gallien, The Shreveport Rugby Football Club was off the ground with a trail blazing 0–3 record.
Things have changed since the inception of the club, with many new faces and families entering and leaving the Shreveport/Bossier Rugby Scene. Currently, Shreveport Rugby Football Club plays an 18 match season, and travels to Tournaments throughout the Southeastern United States. The hundreds of active and social members keep the torch lit and are always focused on "the spirit of the game". Since the first winning season in 1979, the club has seen both lean and bountiful times, and continues to focus on becoming the best club in the Texas Rugby Union.
The Shreveport Rugby Football Club is a member of the Texas Rugby Union. SRFC has recently moved up from the Division II level to Division I. Shreveport Rugby will play distinguished clubs in Texas such as: Dallas Harlequins, Dallas Reds, Huns Rugby, Houston Area Rugby Club, and the Austin Brats. The club will also play clubs from Louisiana and surrounding states. SRFC will frequently face teams from Baton Rouge, Little Rock, and Jackson.
No experience necessary! Just show up to play and we'll show you the ropes.
at A.C. Steere Park
4009 Youree Drive
Shreveport, United States
- Brian Brody Live
Event on 2016-01-09 21:30:00
Walking into local pub, Peadar Kearney’s, on a Saturday night has the effect of transporting you to a better world. It’s not just that thesmoothly flowing drinks or the traditionally decorated space evoke a kinder, gentler era—it’s the atmosphere created by the excellent Brian Brody that takes you to a time and place outside and above the normal muckabout Dublin Saturday night.
During a recent show at Peadar Kearney’sBrody revealed his ability to bring a crowd together. As a consummate storyteller, he works his guitar and his voice to tap into the primal themes of the human condition. He moves easily from traditional ballads to rousing rock—engaging the crowd in a friendly banter.“Be loud because I’m about to be!” he urges the room before he launches into a rousing rendition of The Irish Rover and the crowd roars back.
As he works the crowd, he creates a community of strangers united by his music and the warm atmosphere of the pub. During a roll-call of sorts he moves around the room calling out the countries represented in the audience:Ireland, Ireland, Ireland, America, Cezch Republic, Ireland, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Ireland, Ireland, England, Ireland. In a neighborhood where pubs can often be dominated by hordes of tourists, this time and place feels authentically Irish because it is.
Needs a good closing that ties Peadars back in talking about it being te perfect venue for live music and intimate crowd settings.
at Peadar Kearney’s
64 Dame Street
- ART EXHIBIT AT NEVADA HISPANIC MUSUEM
Event on 2016-01-08 17:30:00
The Cuban Heritage Foundation will conduct a free photo exhibit inside the Nevada Hispanic Museum Friday February 20th through Sunday February 22nd. The photo exhibit entitled “Cuba then & Now”; is a tour of Cuba through the lens of photographers. In addition during the 3 day free event we will have guest panel speakers from UNLV and other experts in the field of history covering such topics such as:
Bay of Pigs
Freezing of American Assets
Operation Pedro Pan
Current Day Exodus
Some of the speakers include:
Otto Merida, President of Latin Chamber of Commerce
Thomas C Wright, Professor of Latin Studies at UNLV & Author
Oscar B. Pichardo, Operation Pedro Pan Historian
Fernando Marquet, Bay of Pigs Historian
Enrique Gonzalez, Founder of CUBAUSA Consulting Agency & Author
Please join us in this three (3) day packed event that is as stimulating on the brain as it is on the eyes. This event is a great opportunity to learn the rich history and of how these two cultures united.
About the Cuban Heritage Foundation Founded in 2013 the Cuban Heritage Foundation was formed as a non-profit foundation here in Las Vegas to support the Cuban Community in Las Vegas as well as unite with other civic organizations with which share common goals and values in supporting the community of Clark County.
at Hispanic Museum of Nevada
3680 Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, United States
- G-Vegas Supper Club
Event on 2016-01-08 00:00:00
This is a club for singles to "mingle" and couples to "double" while enjoying the local fine food fares. This group is open to anyone, the only requirements are an interest in patronizing local restaurant, maturity, networking and a open minded attitude.
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at Greenville, North Carolina, United States
Fifth Street (Greenville NC)
Greenville, United States