Music without instruments. Vocal band. A cappella. No matter how you say it, the genre of vocally created music has come a long way in the past 10 years. And while it’s begun to pique the interests of the masses, and while much could be said about the journey of this genre up until now, the more important question for us is, “Where is it heading?” In our humble opinions, the word “A cappella” has become sort of taboo. An immediate reference is drawn to specific sub-cultures within the genre, such as doo-wop, barbershop, or collegiate chorus. While all of these forms are great, MO5AIC represents a much different face of the A cappella experience – and one that is not easily definable.
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Performing together since 1979, Strunz & Farah are the innovators of an entirely new expression for the acoustic guitar. Well ahead of their time they created an original style that now is widely influential. Originally from Costa Rica and Iran respectively, Jorge Strunz and Ardeshir Farah have brought the musical influences of their native lands into their highly virtuosic, rhythmic, and improvisation-rich original instrumental compositions ,inspiring fans and many guitarists worldwide. Their meeting in 1979 in Los Angeles,where they are still based, marked the first time that Latin American and Middle Easternmusic, along with other important elements, came together on the guitar. They remain the undisputed masters of the style they created.
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The highest praise Duke Ellington would offer people he admired was to say that their music was “beyond category” – and, in many ways, that phrase exactly captures the spirit of GRAMMY® Award-winning guitar virtuoso Earl Klugh and his new, largely solo CD, HandPicked on Heads Up (part of the Concord Music Group). HandPicked debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Albums Chart and was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. This is a disc that clearly reflects the guitarist’s view that, “Everything has its place. The fun of it is that you are not in a box. Music has no boundaries.”
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Jean-Luc Ponty is a pioneer and undisputed master of violin in the area of jazz and rock. He is widely regarded as an innovator who has applied his unique visionary spin that has expanded the vocabulary of modern music.
While still a member of the orchestra in Paris, Ponty picked up a side gig, playing clarinet (which his father had taught him) for a college jazz band that regularly performed at local parties. It proved a life-changing jumping-off point. A growing interest in the jazz sounds of Miles Davis and John Coltrane compelled him to take up the tenor saxophone. Fueled by an all-encompassing creative passion, Jean-Luc soon felt the need to express his jazz voice through his main instrument, the violin.
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The Worlds Biggest ABBA Tribute Show
ARRIVAL From Sweden is one of the world’s most popular and bestselling ABBA show bands and since the start in 1995, the production has toured 48 nations and appeared in several TV
and radio shows all over the world.
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Multi-talented Vicki Lawrence was born in Inglewood, California where she excelled in dancing and singing, was a cheerleader and was voted “Most Likely to Succeed” by her graduating class.
From 1965 to 1967 Vicki sang with the Young Americans musical group and also appeared in the feature film “The Young Americans” which won an Academy Award for Best Documentary.
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Join us for the biggest R&B dance party in Las Vegas! All Star Friday Nights at Aliante feature an eclectic mix of all your contemporary R&B and funk favorites. Advance booth reservations are available by calling 702-692-7777. Lux Booths (limit 10 ppl) $100. Banquettes (limit 4 ppl) $50.
April 28 Tyriq & Jamestown
May 5 Tre’sure
May 12 In-A-Fect
May 19 Next Movement
May 26 Tyriq & Jamestown