Grits new album Reiterate coming July 29

Hip-hop emcees GRITS will release their eighth full-length album, Reiterate, July 29th, a debut of sorts on their own newly launched Revolution Art label. Major distribution to retail for this album and the ensuing label releases will go through the Provident–Integrity Distribution arm, a division of Sony-BMG.

In support of their Reiterate release GRITS will go out on the road for the 30 Day Tour, which will take them nationwide mid-July through mid-August. They also will be hitting the summer festival circuit including Agape Fest, Ichthus Festival, Crossover Festival, Rock The Desert, Spirit West Coast, and the NewSong Festival. Plans for the Art Attack tour are also underway for September where GRITS will be joined by other Revolution Art music acts.

Toby “TobyMac” McKeehan, one of their biggest champions says, “GRITS has changed the face of positive and spiritual hip-hop. They are relevant and have a knack for discovering talent that stretches our industry to places I love seeing it go.”

5-time Dove Award winners and 2-time GRAMMY nominated act GRITS has cracked MTV2’s Top 10 Most Requested and Top 5 Handpicked and received favorable media coverage in the pages of XXL, Spin, Vibe, Billboard, The Source, URB and other major publications and media. Over the course of their ten-year plus career, GRITS has sold over 500,000 albums and shared the stage with the likes of OutKast, Jay-Z, Ice Cube, Skillet, A Tribe Called Quest, and Monica.

The GRITS song “Ooh Ahh” remains a hot commodity as a digital single and has sold over 160,000 downloads to date. The song, from their 2006 release simply titled 7, was also used on the big screen in both “The Fast And The Furious: Toyko Drift,” and “Big Momma’s House 2” featuring comedian actor Martin Lawrence. Rappers Coffee and Bonafide have seen their music grace the movies before with the single “Here We Go” featured in “Something’s Gotta Give” starring Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, as well as music used in independent films including “Devious Beings”, “Lockdown”, and “Road Dogz”. GRITS’ songs have also been used extensively on television including shows like “MTV CRIBS”, “The Real World”, “Pimp My Ride”, “Tough Enough”, and “Boston Public”.

Revolution Art has a solid roster already in place including Stefan Moss a.k.a The SYNTYST (Scientist), and 18-year old powerhouse JADE.

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Rdio is Opening Social Music Service to Public

The major variation between Rdio and most modern subscription services, such as Napster, Rhapsody and Zune Pass, is Rdio’s use of subscribers’ online social networks to recommend songs.

Where other services uses algorithms that base recommendations on the music a person listens to, Rdio base its suggestions on music a subscriber’s friends like. The service does this by giving users the option to follow up the musical tastes of friends and people on Facebook and Twitter in order to discern new songs.

Rdio also offers mobile subscribers offline access to their music collection by downloading songs to their devices’ hard drives. While the option is not yet regular in the industry, others, such as MOG and Europe’s Spotify, offer similar services.

Industry observers look forward to Apple to eventually launch a music subscription service based on its achievement of LaLa last December. However, the company has yet to announce its plans.

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Compassionart songwriters record in Nashville

Compassionart songwriters, Paul Baloche, Steven Curtis Chapman, Andy Park, Martin Smith and Michael W. Smith continued to record songs last week that were written during a retreat in January. Meeting at Pentavarit Studio in Nashville, the studio hummed with activity as the songwriters were joined by guest vocalists tobyMac and Leeland Mooring (of the band Leeland), each putting down their signature vocals on tracks that were started at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London. Friends like Charlie Peacock and Eddie DeGarmo dropped by to spend time with the songwriters, as well as listen to the progression of the Compassionart songs. Guiding the tracks at the production helm for this recording session was Matt Bronleewe (Natalie Imbruglia, “Evan Almighty” [Soundtrack], dc Talk, “Heroes” star Hayden Panettiere) and Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Shane & Shane, Derek Webb), and engineering was Andy Hunt (Jars of Clay, Good Charlotte, Buddy Guy).

Nashville’s top daily paper, The Tennessean, broke the news Wednesday about the recording session and a meeting that Compassionart founder and Delirious? frontman Martin Smith was to have with record labels about jointly releasing the upcoming Compassionart album. Martin was quoted as saying, “This is a challenge for the industry, as I am talking to the labels now about how to put this album out together.” Following the meeting that included EMI CMG President and CEO Bill Hearn, Provident Music Group President and CEO Terry Hemmings and Integrity Media Chief Marketing Officer Daniel McGuffey, Martin was encouraged, saying, “There was a real spirit of wanting to work together.” The resulting Compassionart studio album is being planned for a late fall release.

Compassionart, a charity based in Littlehampton, England and dedicated to seeing works of art generate income for the poorest of the poor, hosted a songwriter’s retreat in Scotland, UK. Working together toward a common goal involving no personal gain, the songwriters set out to write 10-12 songs and, by the end of the retreat, had completed 22 new songs. In addition to those recording this week, Compassionart songwriters include Stu Garrard (Delirious?), Israel Houghton, Tim Hughes, Graham Kendrick, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, and Darlene Zschech. Together the songwriters account for at least 42 million albums sold, 82 No. 1 songs, 10 GRAMMY Awards, 110 Dove Awards, two Stellar Awards, two American Music Awards, and 98 current CCLI Top 500 songs sung by millions in churches around the world.

The first Compassionart song that will be released is “So Great,” recorded by Michael W. Smith, Christy Nockels and Israel Houghton and to be featured on the WOW Hits 1 release in April.

In addition to the songwriters, the publishers, managers, copyright institutes and agents involved have all waived their rights and are donating their efforts on this project to Compassionart. The songs are to be given through Compassionart to the world not just to sing, but also to raise money for the relief of suffering around the planet. One half of the monies received over the songs’ lifetimes will go to the songwriters’ charity of choice, and the other 50% will go to a charitable project agreed upon by all the songwriters involved.

For more information on Compassionart, go to

PHOTO CAPTION: Compassionart founder/Delirious? frontman Martin Smith greets tobyMac at Pentavarit Studio in Nashville.

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04.06 Dr. Alban vs. Sash! – Hello South Africa 2010

04.06 Right Said Fred – Stand Up (For The Champions) 2010

04.06 Jenny Berggren – Here I Am (ex Ace Of Base)

04.06 Bob Sinclar, Shaggy, Sahara – I Wanna

04.06 Brooklyn Bounce – Bass, Beats & Melody Reloaded!

(Main Bundle, Electro Edition, Remix Edition, Black Edition)

11.06 Schiller – I Will Follow You

11.06 Rihanna – Te Amo

11.06 Katy Perry – California Girls

11.06 Jessy Matador – Alles Ola Ole

11.06 Sylver – Turn The Tide 2010

15.06 Lady Gaga – Alejandro (The Remixes)

21.06 Lady Gaga – Alejandro

21.06 Lasgo – Tonight

25.06 Kylie Minogue – All The Lovers

25.06 Cheryl Cole – 3 Words

25.06 Da Buzz – U Gotta Dance

25.06 Loona – Vamos A La Playa

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Barlowgirl to release Christmas album

According to Alyssa Barlow:

"We just finished up a Christmas album that will be out in September. It’s very “un” Barlowgirl. I hope people are ready for this. We didn’t play one instrument on the album. We worked for about a month arranging the songs. It’s all orchestral. They flew over to Prague and recorded a 68 piece orchestra. It’s beautiful. We decided to do a Christmas album to show people what we

listen to, not necessarily what we play."

Read more artist news in our Overheard at the Creation Cafe feature here.

Read our interview with Barlowgirl here.

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Warner signs fresh publishing chief EMI signs Pink Floyd – again

Warner Music signs issuing exec behind Cee Lo’s “F*** You”

Warner Music Group has signed up a fresh publishing chief Cameron Strang as CEO of Warner/Chappell Music, its music publishing unit. The world’s No.3 music company said David Johnson, who previously held the joint title of chairman/CEO of Warner/Chappell, will carry on as chairman until July at which point Strang will take on the additional role of chairman as well.

Johnson, who was before the company’s general counsel, has led Warner/Chappell since 2006.

Strang, 44, founded New West Records and Southside Independent Music Publishing in 1995. As part of deal Warner/Chappell has obtained Strang’s Southside whose songs include 2010 hits like B.oB.’s Nothin’ on You and Cee Lo Green’s “F*** You” (pictured left) both nominated for Record of Year 2011.

Music publishing has usually been the unfashionable arm of the music industry when compared to the label side. But in recent years it has become more and more valuable part of the business because of its steady cash flow from a variety of revenue sources beyond decrease CD sales.

Song publishers are usually run by some of the veterans of the business like Marty Bandier, 70, at Sony/ATV Music Publishing who have great skill at extracting value out of songs for decades after they were first released. Strang’s knowledge of today’s hit music could put him in good stead for both short and the long-term.

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Make 3 Methods to Use Music to Increase Brain Speed

If you are a music lover, you are in for a treat. Did you know you might use music to help increase brain speed? Music can sharpen your brain and help keep it fit. Maintenance your brain in good outline can obstruct dementia as you age. You are going to be startled to get out how it works.

1. Learn the words to music.

Pick a song you like but do not make out the words to. Try to hear each word and inscribe them down. Listen to the song as a lot of times as you need to. Then learn to croon along with the song. After you learn the song, move on to one more song.

2. Find out to distinguish different instruments in music.

Have you ever tried to dissect music into the instrument you hear? This will sharpen your brain’s neural pathways. Traditional music may be the most demanding for some. Try to decide when each instrument comes in and out.

3. Learn to play a musical instrument.

Playing an instrument is a incredible workout for your brain. If you already play an device, learning new and multifaceted music will keep you nimble. Learning to play a new instrument will assist your brain turn into more nimble.

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RAY & ANITA: The Latest News June 2010

*Ray and Anita (ex 2 Unlimited) wrote 3 new songs and will record them at Pappermint Studios Hannover, Germany. It was announced by Anita.

*Ray and Anita’s new single ‘Still Unlimited’ will be digitally released next August.

*In an interview with the Dutch site NLpop Blog Ray announced that they are working seriously on a new album with dance and urban influences and that they are also working on a world tour.

*Ray Slijngaard told us that he spent some more days in the studio in Hannover writing some new tracks !

*Luca Antolini released a hard trance single entitled Control Your Body that samples 2 Unlimited’s hit Let The beat Control Your Body.

*Mad Masterz have made a coverversion of 2 Unlimited called Jump For Joy 2010.

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Flouting music news stories that could affect your career

I’ve been receiving your informative information for some time now and it has been the most imperative tool I’ve ever received in my career. I enjoy your material very much: cleverly written, accessible, friendly and really helpful. I like the tone of your script and the fact that you do not come across as a music hipster or a superior know-it-all. After sifting through some issues, I am floored by the number of quality info here. I’m looking onward to reading more. Just wanted you to know how inspiring the hum Factor is.

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Integrity Music Launches First Ever Christian Artist iPhone Application

Integrity Music launches the first ever Christian artist iPhone Application in support of multiple GRAMMY, Stellar and Dove Award winner, Soul Train Award winner and double RIAA certified Gold-selling artist Israel Houghton and his critically acclaimed album, The Power Of One, releasing March 24 on Integrity Music/Columbia Records. Launching this week and available for FREE at the iPhone App Store, Israel’s app is on a short list of recording artists that have their own apps, including Akon, David Cook, P!nk, Fall Out Boy and only a few others.

Millions of iPhone or iPod Touch users can now take advantage of the advanced capabilities of their user interface to discover new music from Israel Houghton, and much more. Included in the application are direct iTunes store links to buy Israel’s The Power Of One, as well as purchase Israel’s entire discography. iPhone users will also be able to listen to 30-second previews of every song spanning Israel’s catalog of six acclaimed albums, read real time updates on Israel’s touring and other news from his website, see and share video streams from YouTube, such as song stories, live performances, etc., and flip through pictures of Israel. Additionally, users will have access Israel’s blogs and social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.

The app further allows users to access Israel’s new social justice site,, where people are encouraged to be “the power of one” and share their videos about what they have done to create positive change in their communities.

“As a media company, we strive to serve our customers through new media technologies,” says Mike Coleman, Integrity Media CEO/Founder. “The iPhone application store is a new frontier that allows us to deliver a unique mobile experience. I believe we are seeing the beginning of a new media channel that will continue to grow.”

“We are thrilled to be the first Christian Music label with an artist iPhone application,” adds John Coleman, Integrity Music VP. “We will continue to serve our audience with these rich media experiences. This is a focus area of development for our artists that I believe will bring a new level of exposure while using a compelling technology.”

“As a digital marketer, I’m always looking for ways to deliver our content in new and innovative ways,” says Chris Estes, Integrity Music director of digital sales and marketing. “I believe if you can hear it, you should be able to buy it. That is why I’m thrilled to use a new technology that facilitates that experience. The iPhone platform gives us a way to directly connect with fans with a device that is always with them. This application has harnessed all of the multimedia content into one place so the consumer experience is meaningful. When you tie in the easy touch points for consumers to purchase, this really becomes the best of both worlds…a great marketing tool with a solid sales channel built in.”

Israel Houghton is currently on a national major market, 37-city tour with Chris Tomlin that began Jan. 22 and has already logged 10 sellouts, including at Houston’s Berry Center, San Antonio’s Municipal Auditorium and Los Angeles’s Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk. With other venues across the country at, or near capacity, the latest tour information can be found at

Israel’s The Power Of One marks his first solo studio offering after a string of highly successful New Breed live concert projects and features guest vocals from such genre-leading artists as tobyMac, Martin Smith of Delirious?, Mary Mary and Chevelle Franklyn. From its genre-blending roots reggae and heavy rock to sanctified funk and power pop, the album features songs of hope, redemption and revelation.

Active as worship leader in his local church, Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church, Houston, Israel has written or co-written 11 CCLI Top 500 favorites, served as worship leader at Hillsong conferences, Franklin Graham crusades and is a featured CompassionArt songwriter and artist. Israel also ministers through concerts in the U.S. and around the world, including accompanying Alicia Keys at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards for a performance of George Michael’s “Freedom ’90,” and as a performer at the 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards, taking part in a segment saluting Gospel music.

In 1995, Israel and Meleasa Houghton founded New Breed Ministries, an organization they continue to run and that is comprised of noted musicians and singers who serve within their respective churches and together serve the Church at large. Since then, Israel has amassed a legion of followers that bridges generational lines with popularity across African American, Latin and Caucasian listener lines. While blasting down barriers, he has been fittingly graced with 2 Gold-selling albums, 6 Dove Awards, 2 Stellar Awards, a Soul Train Award and 2 GRAMMY Awards, one for “Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album” for A Deeper Level and one for “Best Traditional Gospel Album” for Alive In South Africa. He also penned his first book with New Breed, A Deeper Level (Whitaker House), and wrote a chapter in the recently released The Art of Compassion charity book.

Israel Houghton is signed to Integrity Music, distributed to Christian retail by Provident-Integrity Distribution and to the general market by Columbia Records/Sony Distribution. For more information, go to

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Beautiful sound in musical instrument

The musical instruments in each people tell about the feelings, beauty and varied wisdom of the through the evening remains today and will continue to the next generation, as long village in its place of putting it into words. The beautiful sound of each musical instrument, weaving as the new generation is trained and is interested.

Generally, this is the favorite instrument of Lisu men. This is a wind instrument which they will play at ceremonies in the group of people culture court or when they travel to play in other villages; they also use the bottle gourd organ to contact each other, to others know they are thinking of them – a very good reason why this is the beloved and continues to be learnt from generation to generation.

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Eminem Wins Digital Music Royalty Lawsuit – Music Industry Turned on its Head – How Will it endure?

Rapper Eminem along with earlier production company F.B.T Productions LLC wins a digital royalties lawsuit. They will be paid higher digital music royalties from Universal Music Group (UMG) according to a recent ruling by a federal appeals court. The rapper’s company will receive an additional share of the royalties for music that is downloaded over iTunes or as cellphone ringtone sales.

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Music lyrics give the expressions for song

Music lyrics are the expressions and verbiage that gives a song sense. Without music lyrics, songs would be only instrumentals and where’s the fun in that? Music lyrics present meaning, insight and evoke emotion in ways not probable with instrumentals alone.

Music lyricists make their livings on writing suitable lyrics to popular songs. Who can forget "The Rose", which Bette Midler made famous? But, Bette didn’t write the song. The music lyrics are written by Amanda McBroom, whom is a Los Angeles singer and songwriter.

Most star performers and vocalists don’t mark their own songs. Music lyrics are written by expert songwriters, sometimes alone and sometimes teaming up with others who can put a tune to the engaging words. Still there are a few performers who write their own individual music lyrics in a way all their own.

Probably no other artist within the last 10 years has received so much notice for his music lyrics as rap star Eminem. A prolific writer this Slim Shady is and even so, inner city kids have all the length of been putting the rapper’s music lyrics under a microscope to ferret out every nuance of insight the verbiage provided.

Unlike many other artists who make timeless songs, it’s hard to imagine any other artist singing or rapping the music lyrics of Eminem. When Pink Floyd came out with "The Wall" idea album, it was the same deal. What lounge singer, wedding singer or county fair crooner would possibly sing any of music lyrics from The Wall?

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Two Krystal Meyers songs to be used in video game Audition

International superstar Krystal Meyers will see two of her songs used by an online multi-player video game, called Audition, starting December 18. “Only You Make Me Happy” and “Live,” from Meyers’ latest album, Dying For A Heart, will be available as part of the anime “dance battle” game. Check out Audition online at

Read our interview with Krystal here.

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MEHRZAD MARASHI The New Single 2010

Mehrzad Marashi (the winner 2010 of the german music idol) released a second single called Sweat (org. Inner Circle). Its duet song with Mark Medlock, a previous winner. The maxi produced by Dieter Bohlen, contains one bonus track of each one. See it here and watch the summer video.

1. Sweat – Mehrzad & Mark

2. Here In My Heart – Mark Medlock

3. You’re The One – Mehrzad Marashi

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Mexico Musical Styles and Influences

Mexico has a musical history that is complete of cultural contrasts, with many dissimilar musical styles and influences. Dating back more than a thousand years before get in touch with was made with Europeans in the 16th century; the area was under enemy control by the Aztec culture, a culture that maintained an important and multifaceted musical tradition.

After Cortes’ attack and conquest, Mexico became a Spanish colony and remained under Spanish power for the next two hundred years, incorporating their Pre-Columbian roots jointly with the long-lasting influence that came with the Spanish. Both folk and traditional music have drawn from these, and area styles reflect these traditions. The Spanish command also imported African slaves, adding a third length to the areas music.

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Superchick making music video for “Cross the Line&quot

CAPTION: Power pop-rock band Superchick stars in a music video for its newest single, “Cross The Line,” from the group’s current project, Rock What You Got. Filmed last month in Nashville, Tenn. the video, directed by Superchick’s Max Hsu, will be serviced to national media outlets early next year to coincide with the single’s release at CHR and Rock radio.

Read our review of Rock What You Got.

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Relient K & McDonald’s contest/promotion

Relient K is in the running for McDonald’s current contest promotion where the winning act will have their music featured in the fast food chain’s TV commercial, as well as the winner’s image plastered on over 300 million french fry containers worldwide. With voting already underway at:

The polls close on October 31st.

The band that brought you Five Score And Seven Years Ago, mmhmm, Two Lefts Don’t Make a Right……(But Three Do) and The Anatomy of the Tongue in Cheek ––also recently kicked off a 30-city, co-headlining tour with Switchfoot and are anticipating the release of their first-ever, full-length Christmas album: Let It Snow, Baby … Let It Reindeer. The album, scheduled for release by Capitol Music Group/Gotee on October 23rd, features Relient K’s take on 10 holiday classics and six original songs.

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ITunes Unlimited Downloads May Move toward Midyear – Report

Unlimited download of previously bought music from Apple’s iTunes store may be applied by midyear, reports Bloomberg.

Citing “three people with information of the plans”, the publication says that customers may gain “easier access to music they’ve purchased across multiple devices” if the deal do well.

Kind of like cloud storage of music previously purchased, Bloomberg reports that iPads, iPods and iPhones linked to the same iTunes account will be clever to download purchased media.

According to the report, Apple is at present in talks with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group Corp., and EMI Group Ltd.

Two of the three basis of the publication had apparently said that a deal may be announced by midyear.

“A deal would give iTunes customers with a permanent backup of music purchases if the originals are damaged or lost, said the people,” Bloomberg says.

Apple, which is set to open a $1 billion North Carolina data center, is seen by analysts to move more of its armed forces to the cloud.

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“Music of Ireland” series prolongs with U2, Hansard

NEW YORK – U2, Glen Hansard, Damien Rice and the Script are among the Irish pop musicians featured in the second installment of the documentary series "Music of Ireland," scheduled to roll out nationwide on public television stations in September and all through the fall.

"Music of Ireland — Welcome to America" begins where "Welcome Home," which first aired on PBS in February, left off: in the early 1980s, when U2 was budding as a world-renowned act. It goes on to profile the careers of Sinead O’Connor, the Corrs and the Cranberries, and the international influence they cultivated. The hourlong documentary also features interviews with Academy Award winner Hansard, of the Swell Season, and songwriter Rice.

"The thing that charms me the most is that this tiny little island of 4 million has been able to turn out (this) number of top-selling artists and influential artists," says Denny Young, president and founder of Elevation Group and executive director of the series. "That was the story that hadn’t been told in totality and something I felt the general public would find very interesting."

According to Clannad’s Moya Brennan, who hosts the documentary, the series shows how wide the scope of Irish music is. Part 2, she says, illustrates the role America has played in the preservation of Celtic musical traditions.

"The people that (emigrated to) America were able to record and treasure what they brought with them," Brennan says. "(America) helped us sustain and remember."

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And revival permeates Salvation Station, beginning with the title track’s driving beat which then gives way to the steady pulse of “Working Man.” The album also makes room for introspective songs like “Sweet Holy Spirit” and “Waitin’ Till the Rapture Comes.”

“This project is like a child of the new world,” notes Parisien. “It really couldn’t have come from anywhere else, because the mix of styles, the whole history of gospel and blues becoming jazz, rock and hip-hop, that cultural experience happened here in the New World.”

Newworldson won fans this fall opening on labelmate newsboys’ highly successful “GO” tour. The band will again join newsboys for a spring leg, kicking off in February. Additional details are forthcoming.

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Music of recollection admiration Jewish teens’ secret art journal

An old Czech stronghold town converted by the Gestapo into a ghetto and transfer camp/way station for prisoners intended for other camps, often Auschwitz who had something to do with a secret literary magazine called Vedem.

Of the regarding 100 Jewish youth, ages 13-16, who had donate to Vedem, a weekly underground journal full of poems, stories, satire and picture published under the noses of Nazi guards, youthful Taussig was the only one who had not been banish to another camp. Practically all the other boys had died somewhere else, most in the gas chambers of Auschwitz.

But the day Zdenìk establish himself on the way to Auschwitz, a chief named Rahm pulled him off. Zdenìk’s father, Terezín’s blacksmith, frequently shod Rahm’s black horse, and Rahm believed Zdenìk’s story that he assist out at the shop.

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B2ST displays dominance over Asian music fans through their first solo concert

Although they debuted only last year, B2ST was able to confirm their command of the Asian music market through their first-ever solo concert, held recently on December 12th.

B2ST opened their ‘Welcome to B2ST Airlines’ concert at the Jamsil Olympic Stadium, where fans from not only Korea, but also from Japan, China, Hong Kong and Thailand came together to form the 8,000-member audience for the event.

But that’s not all – according to a representative from their agency, Cube Entertainment, both Korean and overseas fans who were unable to grab a ticket stood outside the venue in the cold, listening to the music and waiting for the concert to end so that they may catch a glimpse of their idols’ faces as they walked out.

The representative stated, “The day before the concert (11th), 5-6 fans from Taiwan who were unable to buy a ticket came to the company building and asking if there was any way for them to purchase a ticket. These fans prepared themselves with blankets so that they could wait outside the venue in case somebody would come and say that they weren’t able to attend, and were consequently looking to sell their tickets.”

In the end, there were about 10 people who came to the venue trying to sell their ticket, and 5-6 of those tickets were bought by international fans. It wasn’t confirmed whether those fans were the same Taiwanese fans who came to the company building.

After the concert, B2ST headed off to a restaurant with their guest performers and fellow agency artists ( and 4minute) to celebrate the end of the concert. The fans somehow found out which restaurant they went to and waited outside once again just to see their faces. Around about 100 fans were still waiting, even past midnight.

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