Los Angeles’ jukebox is huge. You would run out of quarters, even virtual quarters, long before you ran out of songs about L.A. and California.
Each decade racks up its hits: for the 1960s, it’s the Flying Burrito Brothers’ “Sin City”; 1970s, Los Tigres del Norte’s “Contrabando y Traición”; 1980s,
The public is invited to a concert experience in the park series in Hollister, where it can enjoy nature while listening to classical musicians play a classical selection.
The Taneycomo Festival Orchestra will be performing its 10th season, which will include five concerts at the Chad A. Fuqua Memorial Park
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (NYSE: MIC) (“MIC” or “the Company”) today announced the culmination of its strategic alternatives process by signing a merger agreement with an affiliate of Argo Infrastructure Partners, LP (“Argo”). At closing the Company’s MIC Hawaii businesses will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Argo
Rising country artist Frank Ray is putting his Hispanic heritage at the forefront in his first single since signing a major-label deal with BBR Music Group. “Streetlights” offers bilingual lyrics over a Latin-influenced melody.
Ray co-wrote “Streetlights” — which is premiering exclusively via The Boot and available to hear below