Davóne Tines, who describes himself on his Instagram account as “young, gifted and Black,” is among the most compelling classically trained singers working in America today. Here's how he is confronting racism with his music
The colorful spectacle included performer-laden floats traveling along a track on the ceiling and singers and dancers performing on a two-story, floor-level stage, as well as audience members trying to catch beads tossed by performers
"...her own earnestness would lead her to emulate the singers of deepest feeling: those capable of not only conveying the meaning of a song’s lyrics but also crystallizing emotions beyond words." @FredGoodman@UTexasPress
On @checkupcbc , guests @SharonandBram , the legendary children's entertainers, recall the time they avoided a possibly unfortunate rhyming incident while playing The Name Game song. The song involves the singers rhyming a name with other words.
“Hate bundled with so-called faith has become par for the course today,” said T.M. Krishna, one of India’s most renowned traditional singers. “The masks are off, and what we are seeing should deeply worry us.”